The Caribbean island nation of Jamaica is one of the more fluent creole-speaking countries. Although it isn't the native tongue, a whopping 94% of the Jamaican population can speak Creole.
The people of Guyana are no strangers to speaking Creole. An impressive 96% of those in the South American country of Guyana can speak Creole.
In the Bahamas, Creole isn't an unfamiliar tongue. A reported 89% of the people who live in this Caribbean nation are Creole speaking.
Among all the countries that have a high number of creole-speaking citizens, no other country has more than the Caribbean country of Grenada. In fact, 100% of the people who call Grenada home also speak Creole.
Another Caribbean nation, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, also speak Creole. An eye-popping 99% of the people in Saint Vincent can use the language.
While Creole has found a home and popularity in many cultures, it hasn't caught on everywhere. While the country of Costa Rica in Central America speaks Creole, that applies to only 2% of the population.
Another Caribbean nation where Creole is a familiar and common tongue is Antiqua and Barbuda. It is estimated that 95% of those in Antiqua can speak Creole.
Although Creole isn't the language of the country, in Dominica 100% of the population can speak Creole. That also gives Dominica something in common with other Caribbean nations.
Not to be outdone, the Caribbean nation of Saint Kitts and Nevis are also creole-speaking people. To be precise, 100% of the people in Saint Kitts and Nevis have the ability to speak this unique language.
While the language of Creole isn't a popular one in Colombia, it is a language that may be occasionally heard in this South American country.
The Caribbean nation of Trinidad and Tobago are also places where Creole is rarely spoken. In fact, less than 3% of the population speak Creole here.
The Central American country of Honduras also has some slight familiarity with Creole, although less than 1% of the people here use the language.
Although the language of Creole is the national language of none, it is spoken by many. Creole is also a very distinctive sound, and it is undoubtedly a unique language. And if you are in the right place, it may also be a fairly common language too.
No single nation uses Creole officially. However, 12 countries in and around the Caribbean Sea speak Creole.