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September is not a busy month for visitors to the Caribbean and hence it may be an awesome month for a couple seeking a honeymoon on a budget.

Furthermore, it is the most active month for hurricanes with some of the most storms making landfall in several islands during this month.

Nevertheless, there are several islands that are located outside the hurricane belt which are wonderful options that you can consider as you plan your honeymoon.

Read on for further details and explanations on what are the best Caribbean Islands to Honeymoon in September and things that you can enjoy. This article was written by a Caribbean National who lived and traveled throughout the islands.

1. Aruba

The island of Aruba is a popular tourist spot with powdery white sand beaches, nightlife and memorable excursions that you both can enjoy.

The most popular beach is Eagle beach located in the heart of the capital of Oranjestad.

It is the widest beach on the island and is known for its silky white sand and calm turquoise waters.

Amenities such as jet skis, umbrella and beach chair rentals are available.

For golf enthusiasts, Aruba boasts of two courses being The Tierra del Sol Resort & Golf and The Links At Divi Aruba.

The Tierra Del Sol Resort has a PGA approved course with 18 holes designed by Robert Trent Jones II.

Additionally, The Links at Divi Aruba is a smaller course with 9 holes course designed by Litten & Viola.

For the adventurous couple, Sky diving is an excursion to consider and this service is safely provided by Aruba Sky Dive.

They have more than 25 years of experience in business and can take your photos or videos of your trip.

2. Bonaire

The beautiful Caribbean island of Bonaire is a perfect honeymoon spot for a couple who love diving, desert like landscape and exotic cuisine.

The island of Bonaire has been credited for having some of the best restaurants in the Caribbean.

Brass Boer is rated by Caribbean Journal as one of the top restaurants in the entire Caribbean.

There are other superb locations to try such as It Rains Fishes and Patagonia.

Bonaire is one the best Caribbean islands for shore diving with Klein Bonaire being one of the favorite spots by divers.

According to Tourism Bonaire, there are 85 official dive spots on Bonaire and Klein Bonaire of which 54 are shore dive sites.

A visit to Bonaire will not be complete without a trip to the Washington Slagbaai Park which is a national reserve located at the northern part of the island.

It is extremely beautiful and can be the perfect venue for a honeymoon photoshoot.

3. Curacao

If you are couple that loves entertainment, beaches and hiking, then Curacao may be the ideal option for your honeymoon in September.

In addition to its location outside the hurricane belt, there are awesome beaches such as playa piskado which translates to fisherman’s beach where you get to swim with sea turtles.

There are many restaurants that visitors and locals on the island enjoy. A great place to visit for restaurants and beach clubs is Mambo Beach Boulevard.

If you love nature, then Christoffel National Park is a must visit. There are several species of flora and fauna at the park as well as birds.

There are eight hiking trails which you can explore as well as the Savonet Museum is located at park where you can learn more about the history of Curacao.

4. Grenada

If you are a couple who love white sand beaches, chocolate and unique cuisine, Grenada may be an ideal option for your honeymoon.

Fondly known as the isle of Spice, Grenada is the second largest producer of nutmeg in the world after Indonesia.

The island is well known for chocolate and many other chocolate inspired products and treats.

House of Chocolate, a café shop located in the heart of the capital city is the place to visit to relax and to taste local Chocolate.

When it comes to beaches, Grenada has over 40 of them with Grand Anse being the most loved by locals and visitors alike.

The beach is a 2 mile stretch of white sand beach and there are life guards stationed  for your safety. Numerous palm and almond trees line the shore which provides ample space for shade.

A visit to Grenada will not be complete without tasting the national dish, oil down. This meal is made with breadfruit as the principal ingredient.

The fruit is prominent in the meals of many other Caribbean nations and it was first introduced in 1793 by Capitan Blyth from Tahiti to feed slaves.

The first tree was planted on the neighboring island of St Vincent & the Grenadines.

5. Tobago

Tobago is a dependency of the twin Republic of Trinidad and Tobago and is the ideal honeymoon spot for a couple seeking lovely beaches and tranquility.

Pigeon Point is one of the best beaches in Tobago and is located near the airport and many of the major hotels on the island.

This beach is loved for its white sand, turquoise waters and gentle waves. There are amenities such as chair rentals, lifeguards and food stalls.

An entrance fee is required for admission to Pigeon Point.

If you are a couple that enjoys nature, Argyle waterfall is an attraction to visit. It is surrounded by the wildlife, flora and fauna of Tobago.

Argyle falls is the highest on the island at 175 feet.

Final Thoughts

We are confident that one of these amazing islands listed above will provide you with the ambiance for romance and connection as you begin your new life together.

Despite the fact that these islands are outside the hurricane belt, the impact of a hurricane can still be experienced.

It is therefore prudent to consider travel insurance in the event of delays or interruptions.

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