The Caribbean Islands are an incredible destination for a vacation, adventure trip or cruise. Every one of them is breathtaking, so it is difficult to pick which to visit. Don't worry, though, we've got you covered. Here are the four Caribbean Islands you have to visit before you die.

Aruba

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Aruba is a small Dutch island near Venezuela. It offers dry weather, lots of sun and plenty of blond sand to feel between your toes. According to its official tourism website, Aruba gets more repeat visitors than any of the other Caribbean Islands, most likely because of its impressive weather record. It has the best and most consistent weather of any of the islands, and it sees the least rainfall. It is also usually safe from hurricanes, so you can relax and enjoy your time without having to worry about dangerous storms interrupting your visit. Plus, Aruba is more easily accessible than some of the other Caribbean islands; it is a stop on the route of many cruise ships and can be reached via direct flights from most major U.S. cities.

Turks and Caicos Islands

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Okay, technically this isn't just one island, but rather a collection of 40 small islands in the Atlantic. This British territory features coral sands and a whole slew of resorts, luxury restaurants and more, according to its tourism website. It also offers SCUBA lessons and adventures, and an underwater wall that stretches for 2,134 meters. These islands tend to be less crowded than some of the other Caribbean Islands, but they should not be missed. They are home to some truly gorgeous coral reefs that you can't see anywhere else.

Barbados

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Barbados is an independent British Commonwealth in the Eastern Caribbean Islands. Like Bermuda, it features pink sands and natural wonders, but it is also home to something that sets it apart from many of the other Islands: exotic animals. On a trip to Barbados, you can see everything from sea turtles to monkeys to eight different species of bats, all living freely in the wild. It also has a coral reef on the eastern side, so it combines what makes many of the other islands on this list so great. To find out more, you can visit the Barbados tourism website.

Saba

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Saba is a located in the Lesser Antilles chain of the Caribbean Islands, and is a municipality of the Netherlands. People from the Netherlands are known for their kindness and hospitality, which is why this little island enjoys such a great reputation as being welcoming and warm. This lesser-known island is not as crowded as the others on this list, making it perfect for exploring. It features a number of beautiful, bright coral reefs below the water, as well as a gorgeous and aptly named mountain, Mount Scenery, and tropical rainforests above. You can check out one of Saba's tourism websites to learn more and plan a future trip.