6 Best Caribbean Islands To Visit In June 2024 (Without Seaweed)

6 Best Caribbean Islands To Visit In June 2024 (Without Seaweed)

Impossibly perfect beaches, turquoise waters, sunny weather, breathtaking sunsets and laid-back culture are some of the reasons why millions of travelers around the world flock to Caribbean islands year after year.

As most of us know, sargassum season has just started impacting multiple destinations across the Caribbean, but not all of them.

So we have gathered a collection of the most beautiful and charming islands that have not been too affected by this phenomenon. Here is the list:

Isla Mujeres

Filled with sun-kissed beaches, turquoise waters, and magnificent reefs, this tiny island is one of Cancun’s most famous day trips.

Don’t miss the chance to visit this piece of paradise on earth if you want to engage in exciting water sports like snorkeling, scuba diving, dolphin spotting and fishing. 

Other sea activities you may be interested in include a visit to the MUSA Underwater Sculpture Museum and swimming with whale sharks. 

Isla Mujeres is also home to some of the most luxurious resorts in Quinta Roo.

This island is accessible by ferry. Take a boat in Puerto Juarez, a few minutes away from Cancun. The boats leave every 30 minutes, from 5:00 am until 9:30 pm. 


American and Canadian tourists are flocking to this gem in the Caribbean, according to recent reports.

In fact, the Anguilla Tourist Board (ATB) just revealed that in the first quarter of 2024, there has been an increase of 22.2 percent in arrivals compared to 2023 totals. 

Anguilla is an island full of authenticity. It may not have high-rise resorts or casinos but it offers plenty of natural blue waters and beachfront towns.

This small heaven is the place to visit if you are an adventure lover. Shipwreck discovery, snorkeling and Caribbean cuisine tasting are among the things and activities you can do in this hotspot.


Curaçao is a Dutch Caribbean island famous for its pristine beaches, extensive coral reefs, and abundant marine life.

This island boasts a plethora of activities that will keep you entertained all day long. Do some island exploring in the morning; swimming, diving, surfing and snorkeling in the afternoon; and go fine dining and bar hopping at night.

This island also offers world-class resorts, hotels, guesthouses, and vacation rentals carefully designed for you to forget about the clock and enjoy life in the tropics.

Curaçao is a hidden gem that is still affordable for Caribbean enthusiasts.


Dubbed the “Spice Isle,” Grenada is probably one of the best-kept secrets in the Caribbean

Surrounded by clear blue waters, colorful houses, nutmeg plantations, volcanic hills and stunning nature, it’s hard not to fall in love with this place.

Located about 100 miles north of Venezuela, this island is just a 4-hour flight from Miami. 

While St. George’s, the island’s capital, boasts Georgian buildings and Fort George, the south is a place to go for luxurious accommodations and exciting nightlife.

Grenada is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean, the first-ever underwater sculpture display and a really tasty strong rum!


Also known as “The Happy Island,” Arubans will welcome you with open arms wherever you go. So get ready to feel loved and make tons of friends.

This small island hosts people from 90 nationalities, making it a real melting pot full of exotic cuisines, interesting traditions and friendly locals speaking in Papiamento, Dutch, English, Spanish and French. Crazy right?

With its vibrant palette of crystal-clear blue seas and green forests, Aruba is one of the most Instagram-worthy islands in the region.

Forget about cloudy or cold days. This Caribbean island is blessed with up to 300 sunny days per year. Its steady sunshine and pleasant climate make this destination a sough-after choice for beach lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.

U.S. Virgin Islands

This US-overseas Caribbean territory consists of 4 big islands: St. Thomas, St. Croix,  Water Island, St. John and around 50 islets and cays. 

Although locals are American citizens, they identify themselves as Caribbean folks due to their unique culture and lifestyle. 

The U.S. Virgin Islands are the perfect destination for those who want an exotic getaway without the hassle of immigration processes.

Come visit to learn about locals’ rich history, as well as take in unspoiled beaches, turquoise waters, national park activities and stunning wildlife.

Fantastic venues you can visit include top-notch restaurants, luxury resorts, and world-class golf courses.

Also, book a tour of the incredible USVI underwater national park. It’s an experience you’ll never forget.