On our newsletter we highlighted 5 of the best Caribbean beaches. Below is some more detail on them.
Grace Bay, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos
Is one of the best powdery white sand beaches you can find with luxury accommodations from kid friendly all inclusive to boutique adults only hotels. There is something for everyone. With the crystal clear blue waters and one of the worlds largest barrier reef over 125 miles long, it’s the 2nd best dive destination in the world according to Scuba Diving Magazine. With visibility exceeding 100 feet you won’t miss the tropical fish, sea turtles, eagle rays, sharks and even humpback whales.
Emerald Bay, Great Exuma, Bahamas
Made up of 365 tiny island and cays, stretching across more than 120 miles of crystal clear, warm turquoise water the Exumas is one of the most extraordinary settings on the planet. You can watch Captain Jack Sparrow run on water here in Pirates of the Caribbean where sand bars come and go as the day goes on. Emerald Bay’s 1 mile of perfect white sand surrounded by brilliant turquoise seas is a must see especially if you want to have a secluded beach wedding.
Moonlight Bay, Ocho Rios, Jamaica
This two cove beach may be the smallest on the list but is one not to leave out. Nestled beneath a 25 foot bluff, the softest sand you can dig your feet into and with the reef breaking the waves half a mile out make the small bay very calm for when you want to take a dip. No vendors or paparazzi here nothing to disturb you its truly one of Jamaica’s best kept secrets.
Dickenson’s Bay, St John's, Antigua
Antigua raves about its 365 beaches one for every day of the year but there is something to say about the Dickenson’s bay, the most coveted of them all. With glittering white sands, mellow lapping waves and spectacular sunsets its home to the world’s most romantic resort. In fact, Britain’s Commander, Admiral Lord Nelson fought the French from Antigua’s shores and spent his leisure days on Dickenson’s Bay.
Rodney Bay, Gros-Islet, St Lucia
Rodney Bay begins at the tip of a spectacular peninsula and is home to the historical Fort Rodney landmark where the British fought the French for over 150 years. The mile long pristine beach has the calmest waters in all of St Lucia. The bay is one of the Caribbean best, renowned for its ever-changing views of sea, sky and mountains as well as the magnificent yachts and replica clipper ships that dot the harbor.
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