Caribbean beaches are stretches of soft white sands fringed with colorful coral reefs backed by the lush coastline. A day on the beach is a necessity while you are on a trip.

These Caribbean beaches are relaxing escapes from bustling tourist attractions. You can get sunbath under the tropical sun or dive into the crystal blue waters. Here is our collection of stunning Caribbean beaches.

EAGLE BEACH

Eagle Beach is on the most famous beaches in Aruba (and for good reasons). The gorgeous palm trees lining the coast along with Divi-Divi trees make an excellent background.

Ivory white sands sprawl across the beach, fringes of turquoise blue water is in stark contrast to it. It is an irresistibly inviting sight. If you want to get a tan or go jet skiing, you can.

But if you want just to enjoy the warmth of the sun, sit under the thatched roof of palapas made from palm leaves. The beach can be crowded at times. So, you can head to the south of Eagle beach to get your own pleasurable time.

PINK SANDS BEACH

Who doesn’t love the Bahamas? You can’t help but gawk at the pretty unusual pink sand at the shore of Harbor Island, Bahamas.

Do you want to know what gave the naturally white beach sands a unique color? While the beach was in making (naturally), the shells of the coast got crushed. That is the reason you can see a cute pink shade in the soft sands.

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Apart from rolling on the pink bed, you can do a whole lot of things here. There are golf carts available.

You can travel around the island and witness the quaint beauty of small island cottages. There are vibrant coral reefs, along those lines you can do kayaking.

GRACE BAY

In the Turks and Caicos Islands, you will find many Caribbean beaches. But Grace Bay is above all others.

It ticks all boxes of being an excellent beach. The shining white sands are soft against the toes, while you want along the crystal clear blue waters of the shore.

There are many creatures that will greet you, once you are underwater. The cute dolphin Jo-Jo frequents the coast.

Generally speaking, everyone here has a good fate of viewing of Stingrays as well. The swanky resorts and Princess Alexandra Marine Park will top off your experience.

SHOAL BAY

The Caribbean is full of beautiful beaches, but Anguilla’s Shoal Bay stands out from the crowd.

Everyone dreams of having a beach to themselves. It is more of a naughty fantasy when you are traveling as a couple. You can roll off the sands while you make love.

Shoal Bay is a place where you can find very few tourists except you. If you are here on a working season, you can have the beach to yourself.

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This beach is 3 km (2 miles) long, which makes it huge. Visitors spread throughout the length. You can just watch the sunset over bright blue waters, while you sit under a coconut tree.

A broad range of water sports can be done here as well. Dive into the cold blue water and say hi to coral gardens beneath the watery surface.

HALF MOON BAY

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The unspoiled beauty of Caribbean beaches reminds us of the time when we lived in complete harmony with nature. Half Moon Bay in Antigua is one such beach. The wild plantations growing in proximity to the white sandy beach gives you a remote feeling.

The resort which used to be here is just an abandoned shell. You can explore it. The coral reef lining the waters gives fantastic opportunities for surfing and snorkeling. Grab some snacks from the nearby restaurant and be ready to roll.

October 14, 2019 3:27 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

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