It is important for travelers to have good resources when visiting the Caribbean. We write one of the top Caribbean travel blogs for family travel while we are actively cruising to all of the countries that touch its seas. I became frustrated because there was little information on the internet for families traveling with kids in the Caribbean. We live aboard our boat and will visit each country, documenting places it visit, top attractions, safety concerns, accommodations, travel guides and the top things to do in each island nation. Our blog is Miss Lone Star’s Travels (named after our boat).
Get The Most Out Of Your Caribbean Travel
I have always been a lover of the Caribbean and wanted to retire there someday. In the process, I married and had two kids who wanted to come along on the journey. We realize that many are just planning a visit and don’t wish to retire. We have spent numerous trips to the Caribbean doing research on the best places to visit and the top things to do. We noticed that there were no first-hand accounts of family travel in any Caribbean Travel Blog written by real people with kids. We decided to create a true resource for people who had up-to-date information so people could get the most out of their expensive vacation plans.
Caribbean Family Travel Is Different
Visiting new countries with kids can be challenging. Depending upon the kid’s age, available activities can be limited. Adults need resources to find fun things to do without spending a fortune. I’ve traveled with kids for many years and I like to mix scheduled activities combined with a lot of free time for the kids to run around. Younger children may need to stay close to the hotel room around nap time. Family travelers have to consider different dining choices because it is never a good idea to take the little ones to swanky restaurants. I’ve never met a parent who likes to spend $30 for chicken fingers! Are your kids good swimmers?
Safety Is Always a Concern When Traveling With Kids!
Do you remember going anywhere you wanted before having kids? It seemed so effortless and carefree. Parents must make new allowances for family travel while still getting the most out of the visit. In unknown territory, many families stick close to the available attractions without venturing too far for safety reasons. Wouldn’t it be great to have a real-time understanding of safety concerns relative to the specific country you visit? The Caribbean Travel Blog is co-authored by Robb Hamic, an international personal protection expert. My family’s safety is the #1 concern! I will give your family all of the information you need to stay safe while visiting unforgettable places!
Adults Want To Have Fun While On A Caribbean Vacation With Kids!
Where’s the babysitter? I know that I’ve yearned for some good alone time with my wife in the Caribbean! We live on a 37 foot boat with two small kids and a dog. We have learned some really great tricks to get the most out of our alone time while we visit Caribbean islands with the kids. Our travel blog is filled with insightful information and strategies to feel like you didn’t stay at an amusement park for the whole trip. I wish I learned many of these tips a long time ago, believe me.
How To Visit Unique And Less Traveled Caribbean Destinations
I can only stand in lines or be on guided tours for so long before I want to find interesting and less visited places to share with the family. The Caribbean has 30 million visitors per year and many of them will be visiting during the same time due to kid’s schedules and the hurricane season. Peak tourist season in the Caribbean runs from January through early June. Hurricane season lasts from June through December. Bad weather can ruin a visit and it is important to visit at the right time. Excessive tourists can also ruin a visit or make it less pleasurable, in my opinion. Once you’ve landed, how do you find new and interesting things to do that aren’t guided tours? What can you expect? We tell you how, what, when, where and why. Save time and browse our Caribbean Travel Blog. If you don’t find the answer to your question, please e-mail us and we will do our best to answer your question or point you in the right direction.
Have Fun With Your Hobbies or Interests While Visiting the Caribbean!
What are your hobbies? Are you and amateur photographer? If so, bring your camera because your Caribbean paradise awaits! Do you scuba dive? The Caribbean has some of the best scuba diving sites in the world! Do you like to experience new cooking? Caribbean fare is some of the most tasty we’ve found and you can easily steal some good recipes to cook back home! Whatever you enjoy doing, the Caribbean offers many fantastic experiences for you and the family!
We hope you found this Caribbean Travel Blog interesting and informative. We update it a few times daily and we invite your questions! E-mail us for in-depth and local information.
Robb and Aubrey Hamic