Caribbean beaches are undoubtedly among the best in the world. Whether in the continental countries of Central America, or the myriad of fantastic and mysterious islands, the Caribbean is home to many of the most stunning beaches in the world.
There are several reasons for that, which stand enters the average water temperature in the Caribbean is 27 ° C and does not change beyond 3 ° C. Another reason is that the water is so clear you can see marine animals even if they are several meters below the observer, whether you are diving as if being viewed from the surface. For completeness, the Caribbean offers the brilliant white sand of the world, and its water is also one of the world’s saltiest.
But in the rich history of the Caribbean, the beaches were not always what sparked global interest. Since Christopher Columbus discovered this area, and the Americas in 1492, because of its particular business the Caribbean was the epicenter of the activity of pirates who attacked ships of the major powers of the day: Spain, England and France, seeking substantial treasures. So Caribbean beaches are born under the tutelage of piracy, and that’s because of the countless legends of pirates and sunken treasure ghosts that surround this area of the planet, giving Caribbean beaches even more interest.
As for the wildlife that inhabits the Caribbean Sea, this is rich and diverse: there are over 400 species of fish, many species of birds and many kinds of amphibians original, which increases the interest of the beaches in the area by the observation of such diversity offered by Caribbean beaches.