The Caribbean offers a variety of vacation opportunities to cater to every taste. With over 30 islands in the area, you can have a primitive, off-the-beaten-path adventure, relax at an all-inclusive resort, or party all night long with the well-heeled in a salsa club. Just like civilian folk, celebrities’ tastes encompass the whole range of vacation options available in the Caribbean. You can see the rich and famous lounging on fancy beaches, partying at exclusive clubs, or “roughing it” on some of the lesser-developed islands.
Of course, when celebrities travel, many choose to bring along their security personnel to ensure that their vacations are safe and relaxing. For common folk who are injured while vacationing or find themselves in difficult situations, contacting an offshore injury lawyer can mean the difference between having justice served and suffering in silence.
For those of us who want to follow the footsteps of the stars through fine dining and exquisite shopping, St. Barts may be a good choice. The island is a veritable celebrity hive! Jay-Z was caught dining at the Carl Gustaf Hotel. The island was recently featured in a Real Housewives of New York episode. After taking in the white-sand beaches and seeing the glorious sunshine featured in the show, who could say no, to St. Barts?
Yet, if you want a wider range of options, the Bahamas are a great choice. The islands offer beautiful untouched beaches, snorkeling options, and gorgeous coral reefs. There’s a little something for everyone here. You can relax in peace or party all night long. Oprah Winfrey and Martha Stewart have been caught getting their much needed R&R at the Bahamas. Even Lenny Kravitz owns a home here.
For those who want to avoid the resort scene and the Vegas-like beachfront high rises, Anguilla offers the goods. Small hotels and lovely beaches are the ticket here. Orlando Bloom spent time on the white-sand shores on his honeymoon, where he tried to avoid the crowds. Anguilla is beloved for its privacy. Straw Hat is the celebrity restaurant choice du jour, where the celebrities have eaten and relished the lemongrass shrimp delights.
For those who want a more familiar take on an exotic scene, Puerto Rico offers the comfort and ease of using the U.S. dollar, while offering historic Old San Juan with its fun clubs and old-town feel, and even a fort. San Juan features beautiful beaches where you can get your much-deserved fix of sand and sunshine.
Yet, if you really want a taste of history, Bermuda offers the Waterlot Inn, a 300-year old hotel where Adam Sandler has been spotted having a fancy, multi-spirited drink.
Finally, there’s always Jamaica, known for its laid-back atmosphere, hip music, and unique atmosphere. Gwen Stefani and Paul McCartney have been spotted around the island. The music scene definitely inspires the sonically gifted crowd.
For those who want to journey off the beaten path, the Caribbean offers many options for vacationers. Cruise lines frequently feature stops at many of the islands featured above. Many vacationers choose to take cruises for the all-inclusive, stress-free vacation a cruise affords, while keeping their eyes open for celebrity sightings.
Published on October 16, 2014
Categories: Cruise Ship Law