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This article was written on 09 Jun 2010, and is filled under 1. Introduction to all inclusive resorts.

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Best Beaches in the Caribbean

The Caribbean islands are well known for their sunbathed, white sand beaches. Some are bustling, some are almost deserted, some are good for sunbathing, and some are better for swimming. Here is a quick to help find the beach that is best suited for you:


Baie Orientale, St. Maarten/St. Martin Considered by many to be the island’s most beautiful beach, this popular beach is reputed for its white sand, underwater marine reserve, water sports, beach bars, and hotels. If you want to bare it all, there’s a naturist resort, the Club Orient, at the southern end of the beach.

The Baths, Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands Definitely Virgin Gorda’s most remarkable sight, The Baths are a collection of giant boulders scattered about the beach and in the water. Some are almost as large as houses and form spectacular pools and grottos, which flood with seawater at high tide. You can climb between these rocks to swim in the many pools, snorkel in the crystal-clear waters around the boulders or lie on the beach and relax.

Eagle Beach, Aruba Once almost deserted, this beautiful white sand beach on Aruba’s south western coast is now bustling with activity. You can snorkel among colourful fish, take a cruise on a catamaran, or simply relax on the beach. Along this mile-plus-long beach, you’ll find hotels and resorts that offer activities such as scuba diving, snorkelling, windsurfing and more.

Half Moon Bay, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands Half Moon Bay is a natural ribbon of ivory sand that connects two small uninhabited cays, Pine Cay and Water Cay. This beautiful beach is only inches above the crystal-clear waters and accessible only by boat. Tour companies like Silverdeep or Caicos Dream Tours run excursions to limestone cliffs and small sand coves, and there’s a small wreck offshore to explore.

Macaroni Beach, Mustique, St. Vincent and the Grenadines Perhaps the most famous of Mustique’s nine beaches, this stretch of fine white sand is the perfect place for swimmers and picnickers, with moderate waves, warm water, palm huts and picnic tables shaded by a grove of trees.

Negril Beach, Jamaica This 7 mi-long (11 km) white-sand beach is arguably the best in Jamaica, with plenty of good beach bars and open-air restaurants, large all-inclusive resorts, and a clothing-optional beach.

Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands This long crescent of powdery white sand overseeing crystal-blue water is world renowned for its beauty. It is the most developed area of Grand Cayman and most of the island’s luxury resorts, restaurants and shopping centers are found here. You can snorkel among small reefs by the Marriott hotel and Treasure Island or off the northern section called Cemetery Reef Beach.

Shoal Bay, Anguilla Anchored by sea grape and coconut trees, his stunning beach has beautiful white sand and warm, turquoise water. If you’re hungry or if the Caribbean’s heat is making you feel thirsty, you’ll find seafood and tropical drinks at restaurants like Gwen’s Reggae Grill, Kú, and Madeariman Beach Club. If you need protection from the Caribbean’s sun, there are shops that sell T-shirts and sunscreen. Activities include diving, sailing, fishing trips, and even beachside massages.

By Michael Young, writer for Cheap All Inclusive Caribbean Vacation.

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