With countless miles of sandy shoreline, the Caribbean is a beach-lover’s paradise… explore the unexplored spots in secluded beaches Caribbean.
Colombier Beach, St. Barts
There are 14 beaches on St. Barts, each lovelier than the next. For most secluded, you can’t beat Colombier on the island’s Northwestern tip. Unless you’ve got a private yacht (and if you do, we should be friends), you’ll have to park your car at Flamands Beach and hike in, following an old goat path.
Petit Tabac, St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Choosing just one secluded beach in St. Vincent and the Grenadines is difficult, with sparsely inhabited islands and cays scattered like pearls in the Caribbean Sea, but you could start with Petit Tabac in the Tobago Cays. Only accessible by boat, you’ll need your own sails.
Treasure Beach, Jamaica
Well known for party destinations like Negril and Montego Bay, dig a little deeper in Jamaica and find Treasure Beach, six miles of sandy, untrammeled coastline tucked into four adjacent coves on the southern coast of the island.
Reef Bay and Little Lameshur Bay, St. John
Trunk Bay and Cinnamon Bay steal all the glory on charming St. John in the USVI, but if you’re looking for a little privacy head east from the main town of Cruz Bay
Isla Holbox, Yucatan Mexico
Just north of the wild scene in Cancun, Isla Holbox (hol-bosh) couldn’t be further away when it comes to atmosphere. The 26-mile-long island is peppered with perfect white-sand beaches, lapped by calm Gulf of Mexico waters.
Barbuda, Antigua and Barbuda
While Antigua (rightly) brags about its 365 beaches—one for every day of the year—its smaller
Cow Wreck Beach, Anegada, British Virgin Islands
Anegada—meaning “drowned land” in Spanish—is the outlier among the Virgin Islands, US and British. While all the others are known for their hills
Mudjin Harbour, Middle Caicos, Turks and Caicos
Despite being just south of the Bahamas—at one time it actually was part of the Bahamas—mention the Turks and Caicos to many people and you’ll get a quizzical “where is that?”.
World’s most secluded beaches
A nice deserted beach on the caribbean coast close to Puerto Viejo. Costa Rica’s Caribbean Coast is, in some ways, everything the Pacific Coast isn’t. While you’ll also find pristine beaches and lush coastal rain forests here, what you won’t find is the throngs of tourists, rapid development and Disneyland-like atmosphere of Costa Rica’s Pacific coast.
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