5 Must-See Caribbean Beaches

5 Must-See Caribbean Beaches

When we want to spend some free time abroad, we normally dream of amazing landscapes whimsically sculpted by the delicate hand of nature; wide open spaces where we can enjoy warm climate with a colorful and refreshing beverage.

But, where to go? What should we chose in order to accomplish that fantastic experience that our mind, soul and body are demanding?

Let us give you a tip about some dreamlike beaches you shouldn’t miss, as we’re sure they’ll captivate your heart with their picture-like colors.

Seven Mile Beach / Negril, Jamaica

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With a bunch of fun activities for all ages, here you’ll enjoy the taste of reggae, while you admire fiery sunsets. Additionally, Negril’s party scene offers the most appealing bars and nightclubs filled with the atmosphere of reggae, dub and ska.

Playa Paraíso / Tulum, Mexico

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According to the TripAdvisor Traveler’s Choice survey, Tulum has some of the best beaches in the world. It’s beautiful scenery and calm waters are framed by the amazing archeological site, which is the only pre-Hispanic construction overlooking the sea.

Macao Beach / Punta Cana, Dominican Republicpunta cana, dominican republic


This wide stretch of secluded beach, with an average temperature of 80°F (27°C) was declared as one of the most beautiful worldwide by Unesco. Apart from being covered by the distinctive white sand of the Caribbean, its waves are perfect for surfing.

Kenepa Beach / Curacao


Once you plunge into the crystal-clear waters of this beach, you’ll surely fall in love with Curacao and the tranquility that can be experienced in Kenepa Beach. It is a hidden paradise with high temperatures, but its beauty and underwater life are totally worth exploring.

Montagu Beach / Nassau, Bahamas


With the most colorful sunsets in this beautiful beach you’ll enjoy the slow pace of a charming and picturesque town where locals enjoy their lunch break. Here you’ll find an atmosphere of culture and history due to its nearby location to Fort Montagu, which dates back to 1741.

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