Top 10 Caribbean Islands Ranked By World’s Leading Wonder Authority Howard Hillman

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KNOW which are the top 10 islands in the Caribbean before you book. LEARN Howard Hillman's candid tips on when to go and what to see on each island.

For travelers considering a winter escape to the Caribbean Islands but can’t decide where to go, Howard Hillman ranks the Top 10 Caribbean islands on his website:

1 - Jamaica
2 - St Barts
3 - British Virgin Islands
4 - Barbados
5 - Bahamas
6 - St Martin / St Maarten
7 - Aruba
8 - St Lucia
9 - Cayman Islands
10 - Dominican Republic

Ranking criterion: Overall appeal to sophisticated travelers.

Each Caribbean island has its own dedicated page, complete with helpful advice, candid tips, locator map and photo. The Caribbean Island Guide has 40 web pages.

The new Caribbean Island Guide is the latest addition to the 1200-page Hillman Wonders of the World travel website. It ranks the world’s top 1000 wonders and has 25 guides to America, China, France, Italy, cruises, safaris, cuisines, and more. Hillman began his list in 1968, and launched the website in 1996. More than a million travelers from 217 countries visit the site.

The Hillman Wonders home page:

The Caribbean Island Guide home page:

Hillman said, “The goal of my Caribbean Island Guide is to help travelers select the best islands for their vacation.” His website names the best islands by category: Resorts, dining, honeymoon, family, single, couple, gay, casino, golf, fishing, sailing, diving and snorkeling.

Furthermore, Hillman provides hundreds of candid tips, such as when to go to the Caribbean. He explains the advantages and disadvantages of each season, as well as which islands are least likely to suffer a hurricane.

Other helpful features include web pages on “Famous Caribbean Dishes” and “Caribbean Cuisine Tips & Insights”. Now travelers can experience celebrated food preparations such as Conch Chowder & Fritters during their Caribbean trip.

About Howard Hillman

Howard Hillman is the world’s leading wonder authority. He created his wonder website to inspire people to see as much of our wonderful world as they can in their lifetime. His research has taken him more than a million miles to over 100 countries.

Hillman has written more than 25 books (publishers include Penguin and Simon & Schuster). Many publications have run his by-lined articles, including Newsweek, the New York Times, the Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal.

A Harvard Business School graduate, Hillman lives in New York City.

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Howard Hillman
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Hillman Wonders of the World


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