The 4 Best Caribbean Travel Blogs to Follow

Divi Resorts are known as THE vacation experts of the Caribbean. We’re always looking for fresh takes and the latest news on our favorite part of the world. We thought you’d enjoy a list of our favorite Caribbean travel blogs!

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Jet Set Sarah

1. Jet Set Sarah

Sarah was an editor for six years at the now-closed Caribbean Travel + Life magazine. Now she travels the Caribbean and writes about her encounters at There you’ll find fun and friendly top 10 lists and expert recommendations on just about everything under the warm Caribbean sun.

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Uncommon Caribbean – Steve and Patrick

2. Uncommon Caribbean

Two brothers from St. Croix, Steve and Patrick, write about the Caribbean from a local perspective at Their blog gives insight into authentic island life, proving that the Caribbean is much more than its white sand beaches (although those are also pretty great)! Turn to Steve and Patrick for off-the-beaten-path recommendations and off-the-radar locations you might never have found otherwise.

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Rum Shop Ryan

3. Rum Shop Ryan

Ryan is a Caribbean travel expert and writer who also documents his travels at Get ready for regular updates and lots of stunning photos of your favorite islands, as well as drink recipes, news from the region, recommendations of things to do, and much more.

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Aruba Tourism Blog

4. Aruba Tourism Blog

The Aruba Tourism Authority runs a comprehensive site detailing just about everything there is to do on Aruba at Check out their blog at, which will keep you informed about the latest travel trends on Aruba, last-minute deals, and more.

Have we missed your favorite blog on Caribbean travel? Let us know about it in the comments!

4 thoughts on “The 4 Best Caribbean Travel Blogs to Follow”

  1. They all seem really cool. I agree that Jet Set Sarah is one of the best travelling blogs. I have only been in Caribbean once and stayed in Grand Case Beach club. I would definitely go back!

  2. You forgot about the Caribbean Soul Trekkers! We have been to Aruba 16 times and stayed at the Divi Phoenix several times. The Divi is like home when we visit the island. We wrote a great review of our stay there here:

    We attend been attending the Soul Beach Music Festival since 2009 and have stayed at the Divi Phoenix several times. During that span we have encouraged all of our guests stay at the Divi Phoenix while at SBMF.

    We recently stayed there for the “Aruba renew your I Do’s” event last August and had a great time there at karaoke night last November. Check out our story here:

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