Top 10 Caribbean Islands with the most Beautiful Women

Written on 07/27/2021
Black Travel


We are going to write about top 10 Caribbean  countries with the most beautiful women.

The excellent thing we learned about the Caribbean is it’s easily reachable by cruise ship. There’s pretty much a cruise ship traveling to these countries every week.  The excellent weather and diverse history has created some of the most beautiful women on Earth.

Based on a recent internet poll here are the top caribbean islands with the most beautiful women.

 

10.Cuba. 
Welcome to Cuba, people from the US  have been all put off limits to this Caribbean Wonderland for decades. Thanks to former President Obama for lifting those awful limitations and letting us travel directly to Cuba once again.  But these women are pretty much superstars in the beauty department ,  beautiful to look at and fun to be around with them. They speak Spanish Creole and another native language. And while you’re there, go to Havana and check out the awesome funtime you may need.

 

9. St. Maarten
The culture is a blend of African, French British and Dutch heritage. We will make it simple to say a mix of Africans and Europeans are found there. This island is two countries mixed into one. The food on st Maarten is a collaboration of tastes from Europe, the Caribbean and Africa and showcases a diversity of the Ireland’s people and as diverse as the food is their women are even more diverse. They took the best parts of both worlds and combine them into sheer beauty.

 

 

8. Guadeloupe
Has less than a quarter of a million people who are made up of African, French, European and East Indian descendants. These women are raised by mostly fishermen. So they love to be on the high seas and they love to cook an excellent meal.

 

7. The Bahamas.
Within this country, a distinction is made between the capital of Nassau or New Providence Island and the out islands of the archipelago. Foreign born women from the United Kingdom, the United States, Haiti, Canada and other countries are referred to by their original nationalities regardless of citizenship or assimilation. So don’t go jumping to conclusions thinking these girls are so exotic, they may actually be from your part of town.

 

6.The Cayman Islands.
The women of the Cayman Islands have been influenced by Afro Caribbean of Jamaica, colonist of Great Britain and more recent immigrants from United States. Approximately, 130 nationalities make up the woman of these three islands that make up this country. So just like the islands mentioned before, there’s a lot of different cultures mixed into one and it’s beautiful. Before we get to the top five, we honorable mentions  Guila, Grenada, Aruba, and Puerto Rico. We guess they would be considered the choices of 10 to 15.

 

5. The US Virgin Islands.
The US Virgin Islands is a paradise with so much more to offer than their traditional beach vacation. Visitors wishing to eat and immerse themselves in a profound cultural experience can enjoy historical tours, culinary encounters, artisan fairs, parades, storytelling, and other special presentations to women in the US Virgin Islands, which are largely made up of Caribbean people whose ancestors were African and European. You will find a woman from all across the Caribbean living in Virgin Islands as well as Americans from the mainland Europeans and Hispanics.
So check them out and their culture  .

 

4. Turks and Caicos.
While there are some 40 plus Ks that make up the Turks and Caicos Islands, only eight of them are inhabited by people. The Turks and Caicos native women are called  the Turks and Caicos Islanders, and are usually descendants from Africa. The local population mixes a large expatriate community of British American, French Canadians, Haitians, Dominicans and Scandinavians given the Allen an international influence and unique culture. The women here are both expats and bloggers. They are relaxed and friendly and generally operate on Island time resulting in a low key slow paced environment.

 

 

3. Dominican Republic.
The family forms the basis of stability and  the individual derives a social network and assistance in time of need from the extended family, which generally encompasses three generations. When possible, the extended family lives together, all within the same vicinity. loyalty to the family comes before any other social relationship. Even business nepotism is considered a good thing since it implies employing people based on trust, which is  one of the primary importance. The oldest Melanie extended family makes decisions affecting the balance of the family. Dominicans prides themselves on their hospitality. When someone visits the mannequins, they go out of their way to make guests feel welcome and comfortable. Houseguests are treated royalty and the mannequins attempt to cater to their every desire, not to mention other people.

 

2. Jamaica.
The Jamaican family includes a close knit web of aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents, families are close and provide emotional and economic support to its members. The families is the most important group of person belongs to and as such, it is the group with whom a Jamaican woman spends most of her time developing and maintaining cordial relationships to make a woman have a healthy distrust of those in authority and prefer to put their faith in those they know well, such as their extended family and close friends who are treated as if they were family. Being recommended by a friend or relative is the absolute best way to get one of these women interested in you.
Have a person who knows the woman of interest and tell them to say good things about you.

 

1.Trinidad and Tobago.
Music and festivals are the most dominant means of cultural expression there by these women, but arts are also important to their culture. The Trinidad Carnival is the most well known Cultural Festival at Calypso and still bear music are both internationally popular. One of the most unique aspects of the island of Trinidad and Tobago is their unusual ethnic breakdown. While most Caribbean islands are populated in large majority by the descendants of African slaves. Trinidad and Tobago are home of many immigrants from the East Indies who came to the islands as indentured servants after slavery was abolished in the 1800s. This gave the Trinidad and Tobago woman a distinctive culture unlike any other islands as these cultures blended speaking of Trinidad.

The Caribbean is filled with beautiful experiences.  So always explore all the beauty Caribbean islands has to offer