The Caribbean Islands are some of the world’s most popular tourist destination, organized into 30 territories including sovereign states, countries, and dependencies. Planning a trip can be overwhelming, as there are over 700 islands, and thousands of hotels, resorts, and rental homes.
If you’re planning on visiting the Caribbean, value gorgeous beaches, and are having trouble deciding where to go, we’re here to narrow down your list. Below are our choices for the top 3 Caribbean beaches.
Grace Bay, Providenciales, Turks & Caicos
Grace Bay is often in the conversation for the best beach in the world, and it’s no secret as to why. The immaculately clean beach offers warm turquoise water, coral reefs, and miles and miles of soft, white sand. Maybe most importantly is that even during the high tourism season, the beach never feels crowded. It’s a true Paradise.
Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands
It’s hard to top Grand Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach — the chalky sand and warm waves are nothing short of spectacular. Worth noting, this beach is actually 5.5 miles, but that’s an ultimately unimportant detail. The clear waters & coral sands will leave you in a daze.
Horseshoe Bay, Bermuda
Bermuda’s famous pink-sand beaches are considered some of the loveliest seaside retreats in the world. Horsehoe Bay is no exception. Wide stretches of the pastel pink sand, combined with the alluring blue of the warm water have made Bermuda a must-see destination for beachgoers around the world.
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