Can you guess these 6 Famous Caribbean Landmarks?

March 24, 2020Ben Adams

Beautiful beaches are scattered across the Caribbean enveloping the islands’ crystal-water coasts, but the region offers so much more with an abundance of sight-seeing stop-offs.

But what makes these attractions so popular and can you guess what they are? Keep reading to discover (or guess) some of the Caribbean’s greatest attractions.


Let’s start off with an easy one… Can you name the waterfall? This very well-known attraction is nestled in the heart of the vibrant and rhythmic nation.

Dunn’s River Falls Click to Flip
Dunn’s River Falls
Dunn’s River Falls, Jamaica

How about this one, do you know the UNESCO World Heritage site that’s arguably one of the most visited archaeological attractions in the Caribbean?

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Chichen Itza
Chichen Itza, Mexico

Ok, so this one isn't exactly a landmark, but can you guess the intimate island nation that provides the opportunity to swim with sea turtles?

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Sea Turtles
Barbados!

Next up, the picturesque hotspot located in the South of the island offers a variety of activities for holidaymakers, but can you work out what the historical site located in English Harbour is called?

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Shirley Heights
Shirley Heights, Antigua

Our next landscape is considered the destinations most awe-inspiring spot, which is also home to the most photographed thatched-roof jetty in the Caribbean, but do you know where it is?

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Pigeon Point
Pigeon Point, Tobago

With proximity to the destinations international airport the adrenaline-fuelled experience of getting blown away by airplanes from the unusually close runway provides a great stop off for holidaymakers, but can you work out where it is?

Maho Beach Click to Flip
Maho Beach
Maho Beach, St Marteen


That’s a wrap!

How many of these famous attractions did you get right, or how many of them have you visited? Challenge your friends or let us know how you got on by sharing across our social channels.

Now that you know a little more about what the Caribbean can offer, why not use your self-isolation time to work out where you’ll be jetting off to next!

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