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The Best Caribbean Beaches to Visit in the Spring

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Written by Dhinesh Manuel

Imagine this: warm golden sand between your toes, the sound of gentle waves languidly rolling in from the ocean, and a cold cocktail in your hand. Sounds good? Well, the dream of a Caribbean beach getaway doesn’t just have to live in your imagination. Getting to an unbelievably beautiful beach can be much easier than it sounds. With this handy list of great Caribbean beaches to visit in Spring, you’ll know just where to start in finding a stretch of sand and sea that’s perfect for you!

Riviera Maya

Located on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, the Riviera Maya is an amazing beach destination for your spring travels. The coastline is characterized by its white-sand beaches and sparkling turquoise waters. The region also features the opportunity to get up close and personal with historical archaeological sites, underwater caves, and a variety of natural parks. The Riviera Maya offers the perfect balance of stunning natural features, unique cultural opportunities, and exciting outdoor activities. Try your hand at zip-lining through the lush jungle, snorkeling in the crystal waters and into the underwater caverns, or touring the ancient ruins that dot the landscape of this region. As a bonus, you will also enjoy indulging in authentic Mexican cuisine when making the Riviera Maya your next beach destination.

Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic offers a unique mix of all-inclusive resorts, beachfront condos, and bargain accommodations to suit any traveler and budget. While the most popular stretches of sand include Punta Cana and Playa Dorada, do not limit yourself to these few areas. The Dominican Republic delivers an equal mix of relaxation and adventure. Visit a zip-lining center, go scuba diving, tee it off on the island’s many golf courses, and more. After your day of adventure, head back to your resort for relaxation under the swaying palm trees with a tropical drink in your hand.

Turks & Caicos

The Turks & Caicos is a network of approximately 100 idyllic islands and cays. The luxurious Providenciales is home to a number of premium resorts designed to please the most discerning traveler. The Grand Turk area is the cultural hub of the region, featuring a variety of museums and other historical attractions. Scuba divers will want to head to Salt Cay, the location of one of the largest reef systems on the planet. The spring is the perfect time to visit the Turks & Caicos, offering fewer crowds, lower prices, and glorious weather conditions. You will also steer clear of the busy hurricane season during the spring.

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US Virgin Islands

Featuring the popular St. Thomas, St. John, and St. Croix, you can’t go wrong with a visit to the US Virgin Islands! Every isle offers a slightly different experience. St. Thomas is known for its luxurious accommodations and high-end dining opportunities. History buffs will appreciate St. Croix with its rich colonial heritage evident in the plantations and forts that distinguish this island. Nature lovers will delight in all that St. John has to offer its visitors, including miles of untouched coastline and over 7,000 acres of parks. Or better yet, make time to visit all these three unique destinations!


The Bahamas encompasses over 700 islands that boast 100,000 square miles of ocean. One of the biggest selling points of the Bahamas is its close proximity to the US, making it an ideal choice for weekend travel from any point in Florida. The Bahamas are a great choice for families who want a variety of kid-friendly activities, high-end resorts, and other tourist attractions. Head to the expansive Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island or go with something a little more remote by visiting Harbour Island and its gorgeous Pink Sand Beach. Be sure to leave time to indulge in the fruity rum-based Bahama Mama drink while nibbling on conch fritters.

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Dhinesh Manuel

Socialite, philanthropist, costumed crime fighter by wait...that's bad ...

Musician, writer, travel junkie, dog lover, and database of useless information. I love to learn about new cultures, experience new cuisines, meet new people, and have a few laughs along the way!

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