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Ranking the top 25 beaches in the Caribbean

The Caribbean Islands derive their world-renowned appeal from their adventurous nature, clear waters and endless horizons. Welcoming and accommodating to all, the Caribbean Islands have played host to people from all walks of life and of varied income brackets.

However unique and exciting all the beaches are, there is definitely a variation in levels based on several parameters including accessibility, bookings and the range of activities offered. The concierge services and the affordability of their hotels also contributed a large chunk of the ranking. Here, we attempt to rank 25 of the very best islands in Caribbean Sea.

  1. Anguilla


Starting us off is Anguilla Island. Lined with miles of white sand and romantic beaches including the Rendezvous Bay, this  island offers indolence and withdrawal to you, exactly what you need during your holidays. Experience the icing-sugar beaches and hotels with classy local bars.

  1. Dominica


As part of the Windward Islands in the Lesser Antilles, the Sovereign Republic of Dominica is most famous for its volcanic terrain that creates unimaginable springs , including the Champagne Reef, a reef that with fountains of geothermal bubbles that imitate Champagne itself. You get to enjoy your holiday relaxed in hot sulfur springs and the expansive black-sand beaches.

  1. St Vincent and the Grenadines


Simply referred to as Saint Vincent, this island country in south end of the Caribbean lies majorly in the hurricane belt. Take a once-in-a-lifetime tripthrough the vast republic and enjoy an immense variety of heart-pounding adventures spanning up to 104 different activities, inclusive of stunning natural sites and refreshing parks.

  1. St Lucia


This island country to the east of the Caribbean towards the Atlantic offers a wide range of scenery including modern resorts, amazing beaches and bubbling springs. Visit intimate beaches like Anse Mamin and create your own paradise.

  1. British Virgin Islands


Home to the ancient rum distillers in Tortola, British Virgin Islands offer fun activities like underwater ventures at Virgin Gorda or a drink as you swim in Jost Van Dyke.

  1. Turks and Caicos


Dotted with world-class hotels and immense scenery, Turks and Caicos stretches out to spacious beaches with clear peaceful waters that are ideal destinations for high-life vacationers. It is home to the beach dubbed the best in the world – Grace Bay. Enjoy up to 139 activities at this adorable tour destination.

  1. Saint Barthelemy


Also known as St Barths, this island captivates your essence with breathtaking terrain. Experience the astounding scenery of dumbfounding mountains and green hills, sparkling bays and crowd-free beaches, perfect for you to unwind after your tiring adventures.

  1. Trinidad and Tobago


These two islands offer extraordinary views of jaw-dropping topography and fun activities including mountain hiking and bird watching. Also be in the middle of the buzzing nightlife and the serenity of the palm-lined beaches. Travelers also get to enjoy recreational activities and cultural exhibitions among 180 other fun activities.

  1. Antigua and Barbuda


Tour through the narrow roads and impressive villages with historic treasures. Also experience the reefs and a large bird population and such a wide array of beaches that you could go to a different one each day for the whole year.

  1. Aruba


This highly attractive beach offer a classy package with unique landscape, shops, alluring vistas and enchantingly exotic hidden beaches. The main town of Oranjestad attract tourists from all over the world.

  1. Grenada


Comprising incomparably lush mountainous terrain, this island has been treasured as a chief source of exotic spices. You could sail, hike, bike or dive in this island’s reaches.

  1. Barbados


Home to some of the top beach resorts, multicultural and breathtaking at its intimidating best, the Barbados is home to Mount Gay Rum distillers, the world’s oldest rum brand. Travelers also find the chance to swim peacefully in the calm waters west of the Country.

  1. Haiti


Haiti has recovered from the 2010 earthquake and is again ready to display its rich historic attractions. Topping the list is the Pantheon National Haitien and the Marche de Fer flea Market. As a Caribbean Island, Haiti is also definitely beachfront destination for all the vacationers.

  1. St Kitts and Nevis


Home to more out-of-the-ordinary palm-fringed beaches and challenging terrain, St Kitts and Nevis highlights up to 117 activities that will have the tourist all worked up through his or her stay. These sister islands offer classic natural Caribbean scenery and calmer atmospheres to appeal to the old and young alike.

  1. Guadeloupe


This highlights two main islands of Grande-Terre and Basse-Terre, which offer contrasting terrains and white sandy beaches that allows you sand bathe and sight-see extraordinary Guadeloupe National Park.

  1. US Virgin Island


The main islands of the US Virgin Islands collection, St Croix, St John and St Thomas, are lined with prime shopping arcades, second-to-none modern edifices and thrilling sailing joints. Your stay will never be boring with the wide range of activities and the pounding nightlife.

  1. Martinique


Home to striking landscapes, rain-forests, mountains and miles of beachfront, this historic island offers unseen attractions including the birthplace of Napoleon’s empress Josephine.

  1. Cayman Islands


Grand Cayman has a cosmopolitan feel to it with an array of gourmet restaurants, malls and calm beaches with fantastic diving sites. Cayman Islands of the Caribbean further offers plenty of serene trails as well as one of the best wall dives of the world at Bloody Bay Wall.

  1. Jamaica


Jamaica is home to sandy beaches, copious banana groves, bird-watching scenery and fantastic shopping options. Also take time to enjoy their delicious Cuisine and a characteristic party and music culture.

  1. Curacao


Get involved in well-established water-sport games in the calm Caribbean beaches with up to 84 water sport activities. Also explore the Hato Caves as well as elaborate interconnection of stalagmites and stalactites.

  1. The Bahamas


The Bahamas has been ranked the No 1 Caribbean destination for wealthy vacationers. With incredible beachside features, the Bahamas is hailed as paradise only waiting to be explored.

  1. St Martin/St Maarten


Split into the Dutch half of Saint Maarten bursting in nightlife ,and the French half of St Martin that’s quieter in nature with white sands and a mountainside scenery.

  1. Dominican Republic


Home to the most diverse landscape, colonial edifices, desert terrains and vast beaches, the Dominican Republic has a whopping 510 activities to choose from — the most in the Caribbean. Enjoy seafood and other cultural delicacies as well as beachfront bars high on skyscrapers that rise above Santiago.

  1. Puerto Rico


Home to a tropical terrain and resorts like La Marina El Conquistador Resort, this second-placed Spanish-speaking, romance-themed island offers a staggering 559 activities to partake while on tour. It even garnered itself the name “Island of Enchantment”

     1. Cuba – Creme of the Caribbean


Cuba’s architectural ingenuity, the classy vintage Chevy Cadillacs from the 50s and the sandy beaches set Cuba aside from all the Caribbean Countries. Experience the rich Cuban culture including the extraordinary cuisine and the astounding artistry of the Caribbean. Even better Cuba only recently opened its borders to US tourists and this means their values and traditions are not yet as diluted as most other Islands.

Originally posted 2017-03-13 08:00:57.

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