Here Are The Islands You Can Still Visit During Hurricane Season

Last Updated on January 7, 2021

When summer is about to end and the beautiful colors of fall are knocking our doors again, some people find it the most perfect and charming time to go on a vacation. And what’s a better destination for fall vacations than tropical islands?

During this time, you will find cheap plane tickets and great deals on hotels easily, and that’s because it is the hurricane season, which runs from June to November, and becomes stronger from August to October.

The majority of travelers plays it safe and prefer to head into other destinations to avoid any danger, but do you know what smart travelers do?

They go to the secret islands where hurricanes don’t really hit that hard. According to experts, there is no such thing as a hurricane belt and no island is completely immune to them, but we can’t deny that the northeastern Caribbean islands are the ones to have it worse than any other area.

In any case, if you want to have a Caribbean vacation and enjoy the cheap hotels and airfares, then you have to check these “safer” island escapes we gathered for you.

#1 – Aruba


There is no better place to avoid the hurricanes during hurricane season than the ABC Islands in the coast of South America.

Aruba, Curacao, and Bonaire are located in the southern Caribbean, and they offer gorgeous turquoise beaches and white sands, beautiful climate all year-round, and some of the best Caribbean restaurants.

Besides the incredible beaches, you will find many interesting things to see and do, including diving and snorkeling.

#2 – Bonaire


If you are a nature enthusiast who thrives on exploring untouched and unspoiled environments, both in water and on land, then you have to fly to Bonaire, especially during this season to take advantage of the cheap flights and hotels.

Make sure to get as many days as you can because as soon as you get to Bonaire, you will have many activities to explore, including biking, off-shore diving, kayaking, hiking, windsurfing, and many more.



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