Caribbean regions

The Caribbean is a true paradise if you are looking for incredible landscapes and unique beaches where you can rest for a few days and enjoy the sun, the sea and the good weather. The geographic distribution of the Caribbean is very wide since it includes several countries that have coasts on the Caribbean Sea, in addition to many islands that are also in that area.

Many of the Caribbean islands are in that territory but they belong to countries that are not, such as the Netherlands or France. Take note of the Caribbean regions and their distribution:

Independent countries: The countries that have islands or Caribbean coasts are the United States, Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia and Venezuela.

Greater Antilles : In this area you can find Caribbean islands that belong to Haiti (Tortuga Island or Vaches Island), Jamaica, the Dominican Republic (Saona Island or Catalina Island) and Cuba (Cayo Largo del Sur or Isla de la Youth).

Lesser Antilles : They also include many islands in different countries and areas, such as those belonging to Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Lucia or Trinidad and Tobago.

Other countries : Other islands and beaches are territories that depend on other countries such as Belize (Cayo Caulker or Turneffe Islands), Colombia (San Andrés Island, Bajo Nuevo, Cayo Bolívar or Quitasueño), the United States (Saint Thomas or Saint John) , Puerto Rico (Mona, Culebra or Vieques), France (French Antilles, Guadalupe, Martinique or San Bartolomé Island), Honduras (Cayos Cochinos) or Mexico (Contoy Island, Isla Mujeres or Cozumel).

Netherlands Antilles : They cover many islands and beaches, such as Bonaire, Curaçao, San Martín or Saba.

Panama : Here belongs the archipelago of Bocas del Toro (Isla Colón) or the archipelago of Kuna Yala (Isla Grande).

United Kingdom : The British Virgin Islands such as Tortola, Anegada, or Jost Van Dyke stand out mainly.