Being impressed by its untouched natural beauties and magnificent sea, many holidaymakers, especially the billionaires are travelling to the Caribbean islands every year. Nearly 30 million tourists arrived in the Caribbean in 2016.
Hugh Riley, the Secretary General of the Caribbean Tourism Organization based in Central Barbados, declared that 29 million people visited the Caribbean Islands in 2016. The majority of tourists came from the USA. The ratio of tourists coming from Europe increased by 11 percent in 2016 compared to the previous year. Riley also noted that 26.3 million passenger ships cam to the region last year. Despite the fact that the tourists spent $ 33.5 billion in the region last year, there is a decrease in the rate of occupancy of the hotels.
Well, what bring people to the Caribbean region? First of all, the natural beauties of the Caribbean Islands impress you at first sight. Especially they come to the foreground with their spicy dishes. Talking about activities on the Caribbean Islands, dance, reggae music and cocktails will make you to feel as a celebrity.
In order to have an unforgettable experience, it is very important when you go to the Caribbean Islands. The best season for the climate is between December and April. A little cooler weather awaits you from August to September.
Barbados Island is the largest island of the Caribbean. Barbados is also the most visited Caribbean Island. Barbados is such a preferred island that only a limited number of customers are welcome during each tourism season. Namely, you cannot always have the possibility to go to the island of Barbados. Another well-known region in the Caribbean is the West Coast region which hosts to the richest billionaires of the world.
The most expensive and luxurious hotels in the world take place in the island of Barbados. If you are planning to go to the Caribbean for holiday, you must arrange your budget and you must have early reservation.