FIVE MUST-SEE CARIBBEAN AIRBNB’S (ON ISLANDS YOU HAVEN’T HEARD OF)

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Summer might be over, but you don’t have to feel discouraged about the cooler weather on its way. With these affordable Caribbean AirBnbs, you can continue soaking in sun rays where it’s pretty much The Endless Summer.

 

So, check out these homes on awe-inspiring islands that may have never considered visiting. Some are incredible and spacious, some cozy and homey, and all of them are budget-friendly. You’re going to want to book these rentals ASAP.

THE COCO LODGE, MARTINIQUE

lodge in the rainforest martinique
Image courtesy of The Coco Lodge, via airbnb.com

How’s your French studies coming along? Comme ci comme ça? Regardless, you’re going to want to head to the small, French-speaking island of Martinique as soon as you see this comfy cabin in the middle of the rainforest!

 

This cozy private lodge comes with an in-ground deck pool, and plenty of lounging space. This place is also great for exploring southern Martinique, as it’s only a few minutes’ drive to the beaches. Additionally, guests have raved about the cleanliness and the kindness of the hosts.

 

Cost per night: $84 USD

 

RESERVE IT HERE!

LUXURY RAINFOREST CABIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

cabin in rainforest trinidad and tobago
Image courtesy of Chris Avey, via airbnb.com

Trinidad and Tobago, the southernmost country of the Caribbean, is filled with exotic food, places, and culture- not to mention this incredible luxury cabin!

 

Ready for this? This timber-framed house sits on an acre of land in the rainforest, with views of the beach, and is surrounded by hiking trails and waterfalls.

 

At only $99 per night, the entire house can fit up to six people comfortably. Reviews claim that the host is helpful and knowledgeable.

 

Of all of our favorite Caribbean Airbnbs on this list, we would highly recommend this to the adventurous type

Cost per night: $99 USD

RESERVE IT HERE!

THE BLUE LIME COTTAGE, MONTSERRAT

cottage and pool
Image courtesy of Valerie Pierson, via airbnb.com

You will love this quaint little villa on Montserrat, another French-speaking nation in the West Indies, along with their kind and helpful locals.This cozy getaway is in perfect proximity to the town and the beach.

 

This cottage not only has beautiful pool access, but crashing waves just moments away. Reviews also say the hospitality of these hosts is unbeatable, so we know where we want to stay when we head to Montserrat!

Cost per night: $55 USD

RESERVE IT HERE!

THE YELLOW CABIN, NEVIS

We couldn’t forget this “forgotten spot in the Caribbean.” Every Hamilton fan or history buff needs to make their way to this tiny island of Nevis, just off of St. Kitts.

 

This beautiful cabin sits in a small town just near the original home of US founding father, Alexander Hamilton. 

 

This quaint and traditional two-bedroom Nevis home also has a gazebo on site, so it’s perfect for scenic viewing or quiet reading. While this cabin would require a drive to the beach, it’s absolutely perfect for those looking to retreat into solitude.

 

Reviews boast an incredible amount of relaxation, not to mention a helpful host.

Cost per night: $80 USD

RESERVE IT HERE!

THE COZY BEACH BUNGALOW, GUADELOUPE

beach guadeloupe

Did we save the best for last? That’s up to you! You’ll have to see this place with your own eyes.

 

This beach house in Guadeloupe sits on the beautiful region of Basse Terre, with sea views and an easy trek to hiking trails and a volcano peak.

 

Watch the waves from the terrace, read a book under a mango tree, or entertain your crowd with a barbecue. This place is STUNNING, but can’t just take our word for it, you’ll have to book a visit for yourself!

Cost per night: $55 USD

RESERVE IT HERE!

Feeling inspired yet?

If you’re still looking for some great travel tips, then check out Lonely Planet’s world-best ranked travel guides. They’ve got travel advice and destinations nearly every spot in the Caribbean.

Get packing!

What do you think? Worth a visit? We sure think so. We think these five Caribbean Airbnbs are at the top of the list for our next vacation.

Let us know in the comments the one you’d love to head to first!

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