What comes to your mind when you think of a vacation? Well, some of the things that most travelers imagine when thinking of a vacation include tropical drinks, bathtub warm waters with gentle waves, hot sunshine, and powdery-soft, white beaches. The Caribbean islands have some of the world’s beast beaches.

Of course, every person has their own preferences and favorites. However, visiting these beaches will offer you the best memories and the ultimate luxury like no other destination in the world.

  • Anguilla

One of the best resorts you’ll find at maundays Bay is the Cap Juluca. You’ll also find private bars as well as butler service at this beach. On the other side we have Shoal Bay which is also one of the best beaches in Caribbean. Shoal Bay features colorful fish and miles of white sand.

  • Aruba

Aruba’s Eagle Beach is among the top ten beaches in the Caribbean region according to the Travel Channel website. The beach features a wide swath of powdery-soft sand and gentle water ideal for swimming and sailing. Aruba has miles of clean waters and tranquil waters and receives a huge number of tourists all year round.

  • Barbados

If there is a destination with a unique natural beauty as well as a fun-loving culture it is this coral Island. The pulverized coral that make up the beaches contributes to the powdery-soft sand. When you move off the shore you’ll find reefs which make the place ideal for scuba diving and snorkeling. One of the best beaches in this island is the crane beach which has great waves and is the best for surfers. It is not recommended to swim due to the rough waters and the absence of lifeguards.

  • Nassau, Bahamas

The sandy shores of Nassau’s beaches offer a great visibility of up to 100 feet. For those who love diving the beaches here make the perfect option. Other features include the Blue Hole, Trinity and Piece of Cake caves and shipwrecks which make some of the best underwater adventures.

  • British Virgin Islands

Each of the smaller islands that make up the British Virgin Islands have its own uniqueness in topography and island vibe. Tourists flock Virgin Gorda which is one of the largest and features pristine beaches and posh resorts. To make the most of your trip to this island don’t forget a waterproof camera, a snorkel, and water shoes.