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Know Caribbean Holiday Locations

Searching for some data on the Caribbean region and where you might need to visit? investigate our brisk guide on where to go.

Dominican Republic

Recognized by long extends of astonishing shining white sand and lovely gem blue water, Dominican shorelines rank among the best on the planet. From Puerto Plata to Punta Cana to Barahona, these shorelines take into account clubbers, bar significant others, sunbathers, stream skiers and scuba jumpers.


Blessed with miles of stunning natural coastline, Jamaica is a paradise for beach-lovers. Among the island’s best offerings are Negril’s Seven Mile Beach–rife with great snorkeling and diving, Treasure Beach on the South Coast and Doctor’s Cave Beach in Montego Bay, which has sand that almost looks like sugar!

U.S. Virgin Islands

Swaths of fine sand isolate green slopes from the completely clear Caribbean waters encompassing the U.S. Virgin Islands. Shoreline enthusiasts ought to direct path for pure St. John, home of windsurfer-accommodating Cinnamon Bay, the beachside bistros of Cruz Bay, and less-frequented Francis Bay shoreline.


Spectacular for water sports or just sitting on the sand and admiring the tides, Aruba’s beaches are truly special. Swimmers and sunbathers will enjoy the calm waters and white sand at Palm Beach, while water-skiers and surfers love the surf at Eagle Beach, enjoy getting a little extreme on your holiday!

St. Maarten/St. Martin

There is no shortage of beautiful shoreline on St. Martin, which boasts some 37 beaches. What sets these apart from other Caribbean beaches is their breathtaking environs–visitors will not only be stunned by the white sand and gorgeous water but also by the massive caves, cliffs, palm trees and rock formations, a fantastic photo oppertunity!


Turquoise crystal clear waters, fine and soft sands and picturesque rows of palm trees make the beaches of Barbados a true real pleasure. Stick to the south and southwest coasts for calm waters and good swimming; for a surfing thrill and extreme big wave surfers, don’t miss the massive, competition-caliber waves off the south and east coasts.

St. Lucia

Most St. Lucian hotels are right on the island’s best attraction–its beautiful beaches. Visitors will find sands that vary from white to gold in color, waters that range from calm and placid to rough and dangerous and locales that can be crowded and lively or peaceful and romantic.

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

Grand Cayman is known as a scuba diving paradise with more than 130 dive sites surrounding the island, including its most famous one, Stingray City. Deep-sea fishermen enjoy the island’s “national sport,” and the coral reefs can be explored in many ways. The island also contains one of the Caribbean’s best strands of sand, 7 Mile Beach. A perfect area for the avid sea fisherman!

St. Kitts, St. Kitts and Nevis

Scuba divers delight in exploring hundreds of wrecks surrounding St. Kitts, some of which date back to the 1700s. This relatively undeveloped island features quiet beaches with volcanic black sand on the northern half and white sand on the southern half. An ideal place if you want to get away from the crowds and enjoy some romantic alone time with your love.


Whatever you look for in a beach, the Bahamas has it. With sands that range from pink to white to sugary, waters that are blue or crystal clear, waves that cater to water sports or swimming and sunsets that are always romantic, the Bahamian shores are brilliant and unforgettable. Perfect for a couples vacation.


Thirty-eight small, gorgeous beaches frame the turquoise waters around Curacao, and each one offers a distinct experience, from secluded to surrounded by cliffs. Scuba divers and snorkelers will find this a world-class destination, as will windsurfers and boaters of all kinds.


Most famous for their pink sands, Bermuda’s beaches are so good for swimming and water sports that most visitors will find that the Bermudan waters match the brilliance of its shores. Take a dip in the tranquil waters at Elbow Beach or try snorkeling at Warwick Long Bay.

Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda

With as many beaches as there are days in the year, Antigua and Barbuda make quite a splash. The northwest coast jostles with beach resorts, while harder to find, secluded spots dot the south and southwest coasts. Amazing pink and white sand beaches confetti the family-popular southeast coast.

British Virgin Islands

Tranquility is the watchword in the pristine and engaging British Virgin Islands. You can sunbathe, swim, snorkel or sail along the isolated coves and coastline. The ocean teems with exotic marine life, and the uncrowded beaches invite you to enjoy their natural beauty, sandy shores and clear waters.

Puerto Rico

Blessed with crystal-clear waters and gorgeous white or golden sands, Puerto Rican beaches have a lot to offer. Swimming is great at Luquillo Beach and Playa de Ponce, Playa Higuero is perfect for windsurfing and the breathtaking scenery and vegetation is everywhere.

St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Black and white sand beaches cling to the shores of St. Vincent, the largest island in this more than 30-isle chain. Its leeward coast is ideal for swimming and snorkeling, while the windward side has boogie-board worthy waves. Lovely, remote beaches populate the tiny isles of the Grenadines.

Turks and Caicos

Known for its amazing coral reefs and amazing wildlife, Turks and Caicos is the ideal destination for scuba diving or birdwatching. The island’s crystal-clear waters will also not disappoint those who enjoy surfing, snorkeling and swimming, with plenty to do ashore too like shopping and sunbathing.


Surrounded by turquoise waters, Anguilla offer a tranquil retreat of more than 30 beaches, seven marine parks and numerous diving sites where you can explore shipwrecks, caves and marine life. The atmosphere is laid-back and friendly, the beaches warm and the water dazzling at this Caribbean getaway.