Caribbean islands are incredibly popular because they are the nearest tropical destinations for hundreds of millions of people who live in the eastern United States and Canada as well as western Europe. The Caribbean weather is reliably warm every day of the year, but some months are far more popular than others.
In the article below I will discuss each of the different time periods with the reasons you might want to visit along with reasons you might want to choose another time.
With 115 total islands in a beautiful tropical setting it’s no surprise that many people wonder if there are any water villas or overwater bungalows on the Seychelles. Unfortunately, there are none as of now, and there aren’t any plans put into place at the moment to build any that we are aware of, but the good news is that there are a huge stock of these resorts nearby, mostly in the Maldives.
In fact, around two-thirds of the world’s 125 or so overwater resorts are in the Maldives, so there are lots of great choices here compared to anywhere else on the globe.
The island of Bora Bora is home to a few great resorts that offer an overwater stay dripping in luxury. One of these such resorts is the InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa. This resort features a collection of first class overwater rooms that provide views of a lifetime from private decks. Recently it has be revealed that the resort is in the process of building 4 two bedroom suites, titled the Brando Overwater Suites.
A widely known island, the beautiful oasis that is Tahiti attracts visitors from the world over, all of which are in search of one thing- an island escape. Luckily, an escape like this doesn’t have to drain your bank account. In fact, there are resorts on the island that offer luxury rooms at a more attainable price.
The InterContinental Tahiti falls within this category with luxury touches at every turn. These luxuries include a private beach, dining options right on-site, tennis, a spa, a gym, and diving centre.
The beautiful South Pacific island of Bora Bora is home to many great overwater resorts, including the famed InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa. This resort and spa combo grants visitors a beautiful room alongside many great resort amenities and nearby activities. Though the resort is already is home to some impressive rooms situated over the lagoon, in December, there will be four new rooms coming to the resort. These two bedroom suites are designed for small groups and will be perfect for your next overwater vacation.
If you’ve always been dreaming of a Fijian vacation but but have found yourself disappointed in the lack of fully over the water rooms, it’s now time to rejoice! The newly opened Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay not only features beautiful land rooms with lagoon views, but 22 overwater rooms as well, making the room number total at 250. Even better? Rooms are available for booking right now, meaning that you won’t have to wait for an update to book your upcoming vacation.
Featuring the only all glass underwater restaurant in the entire world, it comes as no surprise that the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Resort now also has an underwater room to showcase that’s been titled the Muraka. An underwater stay in itself is impressive enough for most, but not for the owners of the resort. They feel that every guest that books a stay in the Muraka should also experience a private flight to their own seaplane jetty, 4 butlers, a private chef, and an on-call fitness trainer among other amenities.
Though the Maldives are known for swaying palm trees, long stretches of white sand beach, colorful reefs, friendly locals and great dining options, the islands are also known for their overwater villa choices. With 4 and 5 star overwater resorts dotting the islands from north to south, east the west, it’s easy to find both comfort and luxury dressed with a touch of privacy. However, if you’re seeking a truly private experience and have the money to pay for it, you’ll want to skip all of the other resorts and instead focus solely on the Maldives Private Island at Voavah.
Set to open at the end of the 2018 year, the Hilton Curio Collection resort is currently under development in the beautiful Emboodhoo Lagoon in the Maldives. This resort will join the large collection of hotels and resorts already owned by the famed Hilton brand and is said to be very large itself, with a total of 198 guest rooms, beach villas, and overwater villas being built. In addition, you’ll want to note that this property will be a part of a much larger property which is being titled the CROSSROADS project.
A beautiful island country situated away from it all and surrounded by crystal clear waters teeming with sea life, the Maldives is widely considered an oasis for all. From palm trees to white sand beaches, from local cuisine to a friendly culture, you’ll find everything you’re looking for in an island vacation, plus much more.
As the Maldives is a hot spot for vacation seekers, there are multiple resorts spread throughout the islands, most on their own private island, vying for your attention and booking.