The year is almost halfway and it’s never late to find a new destination to travel. One of the things every traveler must consider when traveling to the Caribbean is safety. You don’t want to travel to a destination where all your possessions are lost or you become a victim of criminal activity. You can always learn and find out more about the safest places to visit by doing your research well.

There are travel websites that rate different destinations with respect to safety and you can plan your vacation well. If you’re visiting a new destination that you’re unfamiliar with the surroundings, it’s important that you follow the standard safety precautions. Here are some of the safest travel destinations in the Caribbean.

Tucks and Caicos

Tucks and Caicos is vacation spot known for its gentle turquoise waves and rare hurricanes. The area also experiences an average temperature of about 85 degrees throughout the year. It’s a perfect spot for water enthusiasts. When it comes to crime, this vacation spot is considered to be the safest destination to visit in the Caribbean. Of course you’ll find cases of petty theft hence the need to keep your valuables and money safe. The bottom line is that the overall rate of crime in this destination is relatively low.

British Virgin Islands

Well, the British Virgin Islands comprises of over sixty Islands. Not all of these islands are habitable. Travelers from all over the world come here to enjoy boating activities. The rate of crime in this destination is reported to be much lower than other countries in the Caribbean. It’s, therefore, safe here since crime is very low here.  

Anguilla

Anguilla is one the Caribbean Islands that has experienced growth in the past decades. This destination often receives some of the world’s richest and famous personalities such as Jimmy Buffet and Jennifer Aniston. According to reports by the United States Department of State, this Caribbean island is one of the safest destinations to visit since it has a very low crime rate. However, make sure your valuables and money are secured.

Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands is a British Overseas Territory that well-known for some of the best scuba diving in the world. It offers many other attractions including a turtle farm, hiking trails, and a lovely nature preserve. It’s one of the world’s richest islands. Most of the crime reported on the Cayman Islands involves petty theft. According to the United States Department of State, this destination is relatively safe since the rate of crime affecting visitors is very low.

Maldives is one of the destinations every traveler would want to be someday. It can be described as paradise. The destination is characterized by pure luxury, sandy beaches and a lot more to explore. It’s important to note that the Maldives features about one thousand, one hundred and ninety islands, with only two hundred being inhabited by people. Despite having numerous options, travelers usually choose what they think is best for them. This place has a thriving culture worth exploring. Here are some of the best things to do in Maldives.

Head to the Male’ Fish Market and catch a glimpse of Maldivian’s daily lives

When you interact with the locals, they’ll tell you this place is the commercial epicenter of fishing in their country. Remember, fishing is considered the most important commercial activity or industry in Maldives. You’ll meet fishermen from all over the country unloading their daily catch and maybe get to buy the most popular fish in the region, known as Tuna. The best time to get to the market would be in the afternoon and early in the evening.

Explore different artifacts and learn about the Maldives at the National Museum

The National Museum was established to help in preserving the country’s valuable relics from the time it became a republic. You’ll have time to explore different ornate attire, royal sunshades, regal objects, thrones, and jewelry. You’ll also get to learn about the pre-Islamic era which existed about one thousand years ago.

Experience the Local Culture at Thulhaadhoo

After spending time in the white sand and the high-end luxury at the different resorts, it’s important to explore the rich cultural heritage in Maldives. It’s also good to spend some time away from the luxury offered in Maldives to appreciate Thulaadhoo for the arts.

Snorkeling and Diving

If you’re the kind that loves scuba diving, the reefs in Maldives are so pristine for snorkeling. It’s more fun when you do it with the sea turtles. When it comes to diving, the Maldives ranks among the top scuba diving destinations in the world.

Underwater spa Date at Per Aquum Huvafen Fushi

There’s just something special about the Maldives when it comes to having an spa experience. Travelers can enjoy couture facials, cold ice, and truffles for their skins in a different world. This will be one of those experiences you never forget. As a matter of fact, you’ll plan to come back. Those who have been here explain that it’s the ultimate relaxation experience they’ve ever had. You’re treated while surrounded by glass walls. It’s even more interesting that the walls stare out into the ocean and you can see the marine life dancing and moving around you.