Ten Top Places to Kayak in the Caribbean


Carol Bareuther (All at Sea) describes the ten top places to kayak in the Caribbean.

She explains why “kayaking is a great way to see the Caribbean’s awesome marine life right at sea level,” with its “calm bays, mangrove lagoons, and rugged coastlines.”  Bareuther—who is based in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands—focuses on the following ten spots: The Bioluminescent Bay in Grand Cayman; Bonefish Pond National Park in Nassau, Bahamas; Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos; Bio Bay in Fajardo, Puerto Rico; the Mangrove Lagoon Marine Reserve in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands; Marigot Bay and Roseau River in St. Lucia; Simpson Bay Lagoon, St. Maarten; Mullins Beach, Barbados; Lac Bay in Bonaire; and Mike’s Reef in Aruba.

For descriptions and photos, see https://www.allatsea.net/ten-top-places-kayak-caribbean/

[Shown above, Bonefish Pond National Park, in Nassau, Bahamas.]

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