5 Best Beaches in the Caribbean
Below are 5 top Caribbean beaches to start thinking about your next trip to the islands.
Pigeon Point, Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago
While Trinidad is renowned by many as having the biggest carnival in the Caribbean Its twin island (part of the same nation), Tobago, is the perfect place to cool down and relax. There’s no better spot to do this other than Pigeon Point Beach, the popular beach of the island situated on the southwest side of the island. If you’re here, you might be interested in the glass bottom boat ride into The Nylon Pool, which is an in-sea shallow point just off the coast, where you can sit and enjoy the water just waist-deep.
Grand Anse Beach, Grenada
The postcard perfect Grand Anse Beach is a two-mile stretch of sand that is powdery and calm, azure-colored, tranquil water. The beach is nestled between lush green hills on the right and left filled with bars with a distinct local flavor and lined with brightly colored boats, it is possible to take a squat in the shade of one of the trees, and you’ll not want to leave these stunning views. In addition to the standard parasailing and jet ski and parasailing, you might want to dive or snorkel at this Underwater Sculpture Park The Underwater Sculpture Park is an underwater art museum with stunning views to help rebuild an ecosystem of coral reefs which was damaged by hurricane activity.
Grace Bay, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos
Often rated as one of the top beaches worldwide The Grace Bay experience Grace Bay lives up to its accolades. The 13-mile beach is awash with soft white sand that is powder-soft and has stunning blue, shallow and tranquil waters that are ideal for swimming. While walking along the beach, you will come across several of the top restaurants and hotels in the area, so it’s easy to go to Providenciales and never having to leave the beach. It’s also a fantastic beach to watch the sun setting over the horizon every night.
Doctor’s Cave Beach, Jamaica
A lot of the most beautiful beaches of Jamaica are privately owned and are connected to hotels. Doctor’s Cave Beach, a just a 10-minute journey from Montego Bay Airport Montego Bay, is a well-known local attraction and is accessible to visitors for an affordable cost (around $5 for adults) at the entrance on the street or free in the event of a hotel room at nearby S Hotel. The serene, turquoise waters at this beach makes swimming throughout the day a simple task. Refresh yourself in the summer heat with coconut water fresh from a vendor on the beach
Labadee Beach, Haiti
One of the biggest island in the Caribbean, Haiti boasts countless breathtaking beaches. The most sought-after and most sought-after beaches are Labadee Beach. You can relax along the shoreline or, for thrill seeking, there’s the option of ziplining across the water from the nearby mountain. At around hundred dollars US, Dragon’s Breath zipline will transport you over 2,600 feet at speeds of up to 40-50 mph. You will then land on Dragon’s Breath rock.