Caribbean’s Most Beautiful Places You Must Visit

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Caribbean’s Most Beautiful Places You Must Visit:- The more than seven thousand islands that make up the Caribbean provide a great deal more than just stunning beaches, although it certainly does not lack in that regard. Hidden lagoons, towering mountains, and architecture that is influenced by European styles are just some of many examples.

 

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Caribbean’s Most Beautiful Places You Must Visit

Even though the hurricanes that struck the region in 2017 caused damage to a number of islands and travel to other islands, such as Cuba, has been made more difficult due to travel bans, the region continues to be one of our top choices for vacation destinations on the entire planet.

An excursion across the Caribbean will take you to some of the most breathtaking locations in the world, including natural wonders, underwater attractions, and some of the most enchanting hotels in the world.

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The Baths, Virgin Gorda

Almost the whole 22 square kilometres of Virgin Gorda, the third largest of the British Virgin Islands, are covered in natural beauty. The island provides peaceful coves and beaches as well as national parks rich in vegetation.

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Nonetheless, the Baths, a beachfront location where massive granite boulders create picturesque saltwater pools and grottos, may be the most beautiful (and well-liked) attraction.

Les Salines, Martinique

The pretty big island of Martinique is in France, which makes it feel even more far away and strange when you use your French and euros. With beaches like Les Salines, which are just south of Sainte-Anne, the island is also one of our top picks for sand and surf.

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At Les Salines, the clean white sand goes on for miles, and the palm trees that line the shore give people who want to stay all day plenty of shade.

 

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GoldenEye, Jamaica

A lot of people use Jamaica as a way to get into the Caribbean. One of our best small resorts in the world, Golden Eye, may have something to do with that. The land used to belong to Ian Fleming, who created James Bond.

Now it has beautiful trees, slowly sloping sands, and a magical turquoise sea for everyone to enjoy. Hint: You can enjoy those views more fully on your porch with a cup of Blue Mountain coffee.

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The Pitons, St. Lucia

The Pitons, a pair of stunning towers, are the most impressive sight in St. Lucia. The most famous features on the island are the two volcanoes, Gros Piton and Petit Piton.

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There are many ways for tourists to enjoy them. For many people, hiking in the mountains, which takes most of a day, is an adventure they will never forget. If you’d rather keep your feet on the ground, lay down a towel at Sugar Beach, which is set between the two Pitons and looks great.

Stingray City, The Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands (Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman) have some of the cleanest beaches in the whole Caribbean. It’s true that some of the islands’ best spots are under the water, just past the white shorelines.

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Make a point of going to Stingray City, which is off of Grand Cayman, to swim with the rays in water that is really, really clear.

Terre-de-Haut, Guadeloupe

It’s clear why French tourists have long loved Guadeloupe, especially the Îles des Saintes. Terre-de-Haut, the largest island, is like a little Rio de Janeiro with beautiful beaches and mountains in its five square miles.

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Check out the marine life-rich reefs off Pain de Sucre (“Sugar Loaf”) Beach and climb 170-foot Sugar Loaf Hill for a once-in-a-lifetime snapshot.

Old Havana, Cuba

Havana is colourful and vibrant, from Old Havana’s pastel buildings to Metropolitan Park’s thick green moss. Take a vintage vehicle tour or drink a Hemingway Daiquiri in a jazz club to get into the 1950s vibe of the city’s architecture.

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Grace Bay, Turks and Caicos

Turks and Caicos is without a doubt one of the best destinations to go for a short getaway because it offers practically everything that one could want, from secluded island spa retreats to stretches of beaches that are completely deserted and water that is perfectly blue.

There are some of the most beautiful beaches with white sand in the world on the island of Providenciales, specifically at Grace Bay, which is located on the north shore and is twelve miles long. (Be sure to bring out your shades; when we talk about white sand, we mean sand that is so bright that it blinds you.)

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Gustavia, St. Barth’s

The wealthy area boasts enough natural beauty and picturesque views to give any five-star hotel on St. Barth’s a run for its money, despite the fact that the very mention of this island tends to conjure up visions of Rolexes and caviar.

To begin your exploration of the island, it is highly recommended that you begin your day by taking a stroll around Gustavia, the capital city, which is comprised of a collection of old buildings with red roofs that are covered in volcanic stone. After taking in the breathtaking scenery, make a pit stop at one of the town’s highly regarded eateries or seafood markets.

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Playa Grande Beach Club, Dominican Republic

Put all of those ideas about tequila shots and spring breakers out of your mind because Playa Grande Beach Club will convince even the most stringent critics of the Dominican Republic to change their minds.

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With direct access to a huge beach that is perfect for surfing, the haute bohemian refuge is comprised of only nine bungalows that are spread out across a block of land that is 2,000 acres in size. A lacy Victorian architecture, pink and green tiled flooring, and free-standing copper tubs in the bathrooms are just some of the interiors that are nearly as lovely as the exteriors of the hotel.

 

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Bonaire National Marine Park, Bonaire

The island of Bonaire is the most eastward of the ABC Islands, and it is only fifty miles away from South America. And despite the fact that the island is characterised by an arid and fairly ominous desert terrain, the island’s genuine beauty may be seen just below the waves that surround it.

The entire coral reef that surrounds Bonaire is protected as a national park known as Bonaire National Marine Park. This park is home to a wide variety of beautifully coloured coral and marine life, including nurse sharks, seahorses, and friendly green turtles.

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Belle Mont Farm on Kittitian Hill, St. Kitts

Despite the fact that St. Kitts is famous for its sugarcane fields and the well-preserved castles on Brimstone Hill, the island is also home to some of our most cherished five-star hotels. Book a room at Belle Mont Farm on Kittitian Hill if you are looking for a refined hotel option that also offers a view.

The resort is located on the slopes of Mount Liamuiga in the northwest corner of the island, and among of the most appealing features of the property are the private plunge pools and outdoor clawfoot tubs that look out over the ocean.

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    Jasmine Gomez is the Wishes Editor at Birthday Stock, where she cover the best wishes, quotes across family, friends and more. When she's not writing for a living, she enjoys karaoke and dining out more than she cares to admit. Who we are and how we work. We currently have seven trained editors working in our office to produce top-notch content that you can rely on. All articles are published according to the four-eyes principle: After completion of the raw version, the texts are checked by (at least) one other editor for orthographic and content accuracy.

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