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The Best Caribbean Beaches to Visit This Spring

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Dhinesh Manuel
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. Sound good? Well, the dream of a Caribbean beach getaway doesn’t just have to live in your imagination. Getting to an unbelievably beautiful beach in the Caribbean can be much easier than it sounds. Plus, with this handy list of great beaches, you’ll know just where to start in finding a stretch of sand and sea that’s perfect for you!

Salt Cay (Turks & Caicos)
While small in size, the Turks & Caicos offer many a heavenly beach, but none more pristine than the beach on the island of Salt Cay. There are not many people around and many modern luxuries may not come your way too easily. But what you do get is turquoise waters that are perfect for snorkeling and whale-watching.
Trunk Bay (St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands)
Another popular beach that can see crowds flock to it in large numbers, there is never a party too far away. But do not fret if you want to just chill - there are plenty of quiet places where you can just drift on in the emerald waters without a care in the world.
Pigeon Point Beach (Trinidad & Tobago)
Looking for seclusion and a little peace of mind? All you have to do is make your way to Pigeon Point Beach, where the iconic thatch-roof jetty that welcomes visitors will also open its balmy arms to you as well!
Bathsheba Beach (Barbados)
The waves are not the only thing to catch at this old fave of surfers - there are plenty of good times to be had at the many rum shacks that pepper this amazing stretch of beach. The rock formations that look like huge boulders also lend to the its character and make for some great pictures.
Palmilla Beach (Saona Island, Dominican Republic)
Lying just off the southeastern tip of the Dominican Republic, this little gem of an island has many beaches that are breathtaking, but Palmilla Beach stands out for its mangrove and palm filled beaches, where starfish abound in its shallow waters.
Gold Rock Beach (Grand Bahama Island, The Bahamas)
Known as one of the most beautiful stretches of beach on the Grand Bahamas, this sublime 90-mile strand of white sand is located within the Lucayan National Park. The crystal clear shallow waters are perfect if you want to float around or snorkel at leisure.
St. Lucia (Reduit Beach)
While it is indeed one of the busiest and most popular beaches on the island, you can ll find golden soft sands and a lot of opportunity to play in the gentle waters at Reduit Beach - all while having a great view of the neighboring twin slopes of Pigeon Island.
Seven Mile (Jamaica)
If you are looking for a lively beach vacay, then there will be tons of reggae, rum, and dancing waiting for you on Seven Mile beach in Jamaica! The island vibe of fun and good times keeps rolling with great dining options, energetic pubs and bars, rollicking live music, and wild themed parties that will most definitely keep you feelin irie!
Salt Cay (Turks & Caicos)
While small in size, the Turks & Caicos offer many a heavenly beach, but none more pristine than the beach on the island of Salt Cay. There are not many people around and many modern luxuries may not come your way too easily. But what you do get is turquoise waters that are perfect for snorkeling and whale-watching.
Salt Cay (Turks & Cai
While small in size, the Turks & ...
Trunk Bay (St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands)
Another popular beach that can see crowds flock to it in large numbers, there is never a party too far away. But do not fret if you want to just chill - there are plenty of quiet places where you can just drift on in the emerald waters without a care in the world.
Trunk Bay (St. John,
Another popular beach that can see ...
Pigeon Point Beach (Trinidad & Tobago)
Looking for seclusion and a little peace of mind? All you have to do is make your way to Pigeon Point Beach, where the iconic thatch-roof jetty that welcomes visitors will also open its balmy arms to you as well!
Pigeon Point Beach (T
Looking for seclusion and a little ...
Bathsheba Beach (Barbados)
The waves are not the only thing to catch at this old fave of surfers - there are plenty of good times to be had at the many rum shacks that pepper this amazing stretch of beach. The rock formations that look like huge boulders also lend to the its character and make for some great pictures.
Bathsheba Beach (Barb
The waves are not the only thing to...
Palmilla Beach (Saona Island, Dominican Republic)
Lying just off the southeastern tip of the Dominican Republic, this little gem of an island has many beaches that are breathtaking, but Palmilla Beach stands out for its mangrove and palm filled beaches, where starfish abound in its shallow waters.
Palmilla Beach (Saona
Lying just off the southeastern tip...
Gold Rock Beach (Grand Bahama Island, The Bahamas)
Known as one of the most beautiful stretches of beach on the Grand Bahamas, this sublime 90-mile strand of white sand is located within the Lucayan National Park. The crystal clear shallow waters are perfect if you want to float around or snorkel at leisure.
Gold Rock Beach (Gran
Known as one of the most beautiful ...
St. Lucia (Reduit Beach)
While it is indeed one of the busiest and most popular beaches on the island, you can ll find golden soft sands and a lot of opportunity to play in the gentle waters at Reduit Beach - all while having a great view of the neighboring twin slopes of Pigeon Island.
St. Lucia (Reduit Bea
While it is indeed one of the busie...
Seven Mile (Jamaica)
If you are looking for a lively beach vacay, then there will be tons of reggae, rum, and dancing waiting for you on Seven Mile beach in Jamaica! The island vibe of fun and good times keeps rolling with great dining options, energetic pubs and bars, rollicking live music, and wild themed parties that will most definitely keep you feelin irie!
Seven Mile (Jamaica)
If you are looking for a lively bea...

 

So what are you waiting for? The Caribbean calls! It’s time you start planning your trip there NOW!

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Dhinesh Manuel

Dhinesh Manuel

Socialite, philanthropist, costumed crime fighter by night...no wait...that's Batman...my 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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