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Lobster Season In The Caribbean
Everything you need to know about lobster season in The Caribbean and the best times to visit!
Ah, Caribbean honeymoons – relaxing by the pool, sipping on Bahama Mamas, and feasting on all the fresh seafood you can get your hands on. But wait – Did you know lobster is not always in season in the islands? Caribbean islands often have mandated seasons on certain seafood to protect them from over-harvesting, including lobster. If surf-n-turf is the entree on your wedding menu dreams or that lobster candlelight dinner on the beach is non-negotiable, you may want to plan your wedding or honeymoon around the Caribbean lobster season.
Lobster season in Jamaica runs from July 1st – March 31st. The season closes April 1st – June 30th.
Lobster season in The Bahamas runs from August 2nd – March 31st. The seasons closes April 1st – August 1st.
Turks & Caicos
Lobster season in Turks & Caicos runs from August 2nd – March 31st. The season closes April 1st – August 1st.
Lobster season in Grenada runs from September 1st – April 30th. The season closes May 1st – August 31st.
You’re in luck! Lobster season in Barbados runs all year round.
Lobster season in Antigua runs from July 1st – April 30th. The season closes May 1st – June 30th.
Lobster season in St. Lucia runs from August 2nd – February 28th. The season closes March 1st – August 1st.
Not planning on honeymooning during Caribbean lobster season? No worries, there are still all sorts of Caribbean delights waiting for your in the Islands and at Sandals Resorts. Here’s a taste of what’s in store for all you foodies – click here!
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