Tobago Cays Marine Park, St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Who will love it: Windsurfers, sailors, divers, or pretty much anyone who would put a "Salt Life" sticker on their car
This park known as the "Jewel in the Crown" of the Southern Grenadines is about as close to being marooned on a Caribbean island as you can get without having to befriend a volleyball. The 20-square-mile bay is dotted with five palm- and mangrove-filled cays, four of which sit around an epic, mostly undisturbed coral reef. "It’s almost as though a divine architect took a poll of our deepest tropical desires only to render them in a masterpiece of turquoise, ultra-marine, pink, and emerald," Bennett says. This park truly is a place where one can enjoy the natural wonders of the Caribbean without feeling overwhelmed by other people.
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