In “Five Caribbean islands with hardly any day-tripper traffic,” David Swanson focuses on islands that do not cater to cruise ships and are consequently more peaceful and relaxing for “other” tourists. The top five, according to the author, are: Anguilla, Vieques and Culebra (Puerto Rico), Nevis, Virgin Gorda (British Virgin Islands), and Bermuda. He also adds info about choice places even farther off the beaten track. See full article in the link below:
On my first trip to Tortola almost two decades ago, I was struck how the British Virgin Island’s northern coastline was ribboned with tranquil coves of plush white sand. Some of the beaches were deserted at midday. Others percolated with traffic from mom-and-pop inns and barefoot restaurants. Cane Garden Bay wasn’t quite virgin, but it was still a pretty special hideout, looking much like the tropical beach of my dreams.
Since then, the island’s cruise ship pier…
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