The Ultimate Guide to the Best Caribbean Beaches in 2022
Some of the best beaches in the world are found in the Caribbean. Spread across over 700 islands, reefs, bays, and breathtaking scenery, the Caribbean is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.
So if you’re thinking of relocating to the Caribbean or visiting for a short, recreational trip, you want to make the most of your stay on this earth’s heaven. But considering the exuberant number of beaches, it’s hard to pick one or even a handful. We know the struggle and are happy to offer some help in this blog.
Below are the most mesmerizing beaches that you can enjoy while visiting the Caribbean in 2022. You can opt for a secluded spot, a nude beach, or one that’s brimming with partygoers. The choice is yours to have fun in the Caribbean as you want to! We have just shortlisted the place you must visit in 2022.
Antigua and Barbuda
If you are on the lookout for a new beach every day of the year, visit Antigua and Barbuda. This twin-island has 365 beaches, and each one is more exotic than the other. From Half Moon Bay to Dickenson Bay, there are a number of beaches with different waters, shorelines, and footfall.
You may have seen the picture of a plane flying low over a beach as the beachgoers continue to have fun. That popular internet picture is from St. Maarten’s Maho Beach. Located in Philipsburg’s capital city on the Dutch-owned island, Maho Beach is one of the most fun places to visit in 2022.
However, if you’ve been living in St. Maarten for a while now and want to enjoy a secluded spot, go to the Ile Tintamarreon on the French side of the island.
St. Kitts and Nevis
An independent British territory, St. Kitts and Nevis is another wonderful twin island in the Caribbean. Offering a wide range of beaches, including Oualie Beach, Cockleshell Bay, Bustling Frigate Bay, and Pinney’s Beach, where you can trek, surf, or just soak in the sun, St. Kitts and Nevis is one of our favorites too.
Stretched merely over 16 miles, Anguilla is a nature’s wonder as it offers 33 beaches on its shores. Secluded, crowded, with blue waters, white sand, and plenty of coconuts, Anguilla is a small island with a lot to offer to its visitors. In fact, many people looking to retire in the Caribbean choose Anguilla due to its quiet and serene environment.
Visit, Retire, or Move to the Caribbean with Us
You may have lived a long life in the fast-paced urban culture and now want to enjoy the brighter side of life in the Caribbean. If you are among those who wish to restart their life under the sun and on the beach, then reach out to us at BrightPath Caribbean.
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