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10 Unique Spots to Visit in the Caribbean That You Didn’t Know Existed

10 Unique Spots to Visit in the Caribbean That You Didn’t Know Existed

If you’re traveling to the Caribbean, there are plenty of amazing spots that you’ll love. While beaches and resorts are fantastic, there are also some places that can’t be found anywhere else in the world, so take a look at these 10 unique spots to visit in the Caribbean that you didn’t know existed!

1) Putuoshan
The island of Putuoshan is a small and secluded island located off the coast of China. The terrain is mostly made up of steep hills, with dense forest cover. There are only 4 villages on this island, which has helped keep it from being overdeveloped like many other islands in the Caribbean. It is a traditional and religious site for Buddhists and Taoists, who believe that this was one of Buddha’s four holy sites.

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2) Deadman’s Cay, Providenciales
Deadman’s Cay is a small, private island off of Providenciales in Turks and Caicos. It has two beaches, an airport, and a hotel. If you have time to spare and want to see some of the more remote areas of the Caribbean, then this is your spot.
The airport was recently renovated for $4 million and can handle an Airbus A380, making it one of only three airports on Turks and Caicos that can do so.

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3) Grand Case Beach, St. Martin
Grand Case Beach is a beautiful beach on St. Martin with some of the best views in all of the Caribbean. The sand is white and soft, and there’s plenty of room for sunbathing and snorkeling. It’s one of the most underrated beaches on this island, but well worth visiting if you’re traveling with your family or looking for an intimate getaway by yourself.

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4) Soufrière Bay, St. Lucia
St. Lucia is a great destination for those looking for an off-the-beaten path experience. Soufrière Bay is one of these destinations that you might not know about if you haven’t traveled to St. Lucia, but it’s worth checking out.


5) Anse Lazio, Praslin, Seychelles
The Seychelles are a group of islands off the coast of Africa. If you’re looking for an unspoiled paradise, this is your destination. The islands have some of the nicest coral reefs in the world as well as some of the most beautiful beaches you’ll ever see. Plus, because they’re so far away from everything else, there’s no crowds or pollution.

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6) Eagle beach, Aruba
Eagle Beach, Aruba: This beach is famous for its brilliant white sand and picturesque views of the Dutch Antilles. The best time to visit this popular destination is during a full moon.

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7) Lighthouse Beach, Eleuthera
The remote Lighthouse Beach on Eleuthera is the perfect spot for those looking for a secluded getaway. Located next to a beautiful coral reef, this secluded beach is one of few that are accessible by land. It’s also one of the only beaches on Eleuthera where you can enjoy swimming without fear of being stung by jellyfish or brushed up against reef.

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8) Fort Royal Beach, Martinique
The Fort Royal Beach is a fairly new beach resort in Martinique. It is a gorgeous white sand beach, with plenty of amenities for your family and friends. The water is crystal clear and there are cabanas on either side of the beach for shade. There are many activities to do at Fort Royal including kayaking, snorkeling, jet skiing, paddle boarding and more. The best time to visit Fort Royal is during winter (November-March) when you will be able to avoid crowds.

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9) Doctor’s Cave Beach, Barbados
Doctor’s Cave Beach is a secluded spot on Barbados that is perfect for any traveler looking for peace and relaxation. There are no hotels, apartments or restaurants nearby, but you will find that the beach’s natural beauty more than makes up for this. The sand is white and soft, there are no waves to speak of, and the water temperature is warm enough for swimming.

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10) Ram Head Trail & Jack Boy Hill Lighthouse Trail, Barbuda
The Ram Head Trail & Jack Boy Hill Lighthouse Trail are two of Barbuda’s most well-known paths that wind through both rainforest and forested areas of the island. The headland trail, which offers amazing views of Sandy Point, is a moderate hike that takes about 45 minutes roundtrip.

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