7 Safest Caribbean Islands, Ranked By Crime Rate


Anguilla is a British Overseas Territory that has a safe government. One interesting thing is that Anguilla has its own rules. This security and government helps keep the area safe for both locals and tourists.

Antigua and Barbuda

Police work, community involvement, crime prevention programs, tourist security measures, and laws are some of the ways that Antigua and Barbuda tries to keep everyone safe, including locals and guests.


The government of Grenada says that most crimes there are violent and happen when there is a chance to do so. For example, people steal things that are left alone or break into houses or cars.


Compared to many other Caribbean islands, Dominica doesn't have a very high crime rate. There isn't much violent crime, and most tourists don't feel unsafe while they're there. The general crime rate in Dominica is only 14 crimes.


Aruba has strict rules and laws in place to keep people who live there and people who come to visit safe. Law enforcement organizations are actively following these rules, which makes people feel safer.


Bonaire is among the Caribbean's safest islands, according to the U.S. State Department's Level 1 travel risk category. Tourists are welcomed by the island's tiny, close-knit inhabitants. This community-oriented attitude makes guests feel secure and welcome.

St. Lucia

St. Lucia depends on tourism for income. Thus, the government and municipal authorities emphasize visitor safety. Tourist locations are frequently more secure. The tourist board created a safety handbook.