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11 Crazy Caribbean Resorts You Have to Stay in Before You Die

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11 Crazy Caribbean Resorts You Have to Stay in Before You Die

Now that you have finally decided to take your dream trip to the Caribbean, it’s time to choose where you will stay. Will it be Anguilla, St. Lucia, the Bahamas, or Turks and Caicos? Regardless of the location you choose for your Caribbean vacation, there is a crazy and luxurious resort waiting for you.

Tourism in the Caribbean is thriving, and we can definitely see why. Here are some of the craziest and most luxurious Caribbean resorts you have to stay in before you die.

Cap Juluca, Anguilla

Stunning Moroccan architecture, gorgeous beach views, soothing spa services, and delicious dining options are just some of the many things you have to look forward to during your stay at Cap Juluca. Visitors enjoy this resort because it offers a peaceful and private atmosphere. Some of their complimentary amenities include non-motorized watersports, supervised children’s programs, live music and entertainment, an outdoor pool, and a fitness center.

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Eden Rock, St. Barts

Luxury, relaxation, and play make Eden Rock the ultimate paradise. Its crystal-clear waters and variety of marine life make this resort a snorkeling haven. Paddleboards and kayaks are available free of charge for all guests, and yachts and jet skis may be rented. When you’re ready to relax, head to the famous Eden Rock Spa and enjoy a magical massage on the beach while overlooking the turquoise water.

Jade Mountain, St. Lucia

This 600-acre beachfront resort is sure to set your vacation off on the right foot. It’s the perfect couples resort – the exclusivity and privacy is just what you need for some one-on-one time. Honeymooners must purchase their Total Romance package. The all-inclusive offering provides you with airport transfers to and from the resort, a welcome cocktail, a bottle of French champagne, a guided boat snorkel trip, a one-hour Swedish massage for each person, a tour of nearby Sulphur Springs, all meals, most alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, and much more.

Amanera, Playa Grande, Dominican Republic

Amanera, a gorgeous resort nestled within over 2,170 acres of Caribbean jungle, offers you the experience of a lifetime. Create a new exercise plan and customized diet with one of Amanera’s personal trainers, participate in a beachfront yoga session at sunrise, and enjoy a variety of spa treatments – massages, facials, scrubs, and wraps. When you’re ready for adventure, hop in a boat and explore a stunning freshwater lagoon, take a private horseback ride through forests, and go rappelling down waterfalls.

Jumby Bay, St. John, Antigua

This private isle, covered in white-powdered beaches, can only be reached by boat. Jumby Bay offers its guests the opportunity to enjoy the best of both worlds – a peaceful hideaway and thrilling experiences. Guests will enjoy a variety of complimentary watersports – waterskiing, snorkeling, paddleboarding, sailing, kayaking, and windsurfing. Tennis is also very popular at the resort – the Jumby Bay Tennis Club is home to three courts.

Necker Island, British Virgin Islands

From watersports to daytime excursions, spa treatments, and a lively nightlife, you will never run out of things to do at Necker Island. This private island paradise is comprised of 74 acres; it sits in clear, turquoise waters surrounded by white sand beaches and coral reefs. Guests who would rather spend their time on land will enjoy tennis, spa treatments, zip lining, Pilates, and yoga. Those of you who want to embark on a water excursion will enjoy sailing, paddleboarding, waterskiing, snorkeling, and scuba diving, to name a few.

Amanyara, Turks & Caicos

Looking out over the pristine reefs of Northwest Point Marine National Park, Amanyara is a nature lover's paradise. Guests will have the opportunity to view a vast amount of wildlife – humpback whales, migratory bird species, hawksbill turtles, and bonefish, to name a few. Their extensive coastline and approximately 16 miles of barrier reef make this the ultimate watersport destination. Explore the coastline from paddleboards and kayaks or go snorkeling and scuba diving among an array of reefs.

Musha Cay, Bahamas

Musha Cay includes a total of 11 stunning islets in the Bahamas’ “Out Islands.” You have this secluded destination all to yourself, and you even get to choose who the rest of the guests are. The offer is non-negotiable – any guest must rent the entire resort. You can stay by yourself or choose to have up to 23 other people with you. Some of the amenities include the private, 10,000-square-foot manor house on the crest of a hill and rooms with outdoor Jacuzzis and beaches. Guests will enjoy a variety of activities, including deep-sea fishing, a fireworks show, and a customized treasure hunt.

Le Soleil d'Or, Cayman Islands

This beachside sanctuary invites you to experience the wellness trip of a lifetime. Le Soleil d'Or offers its guests 5-star amenities, a 20-acre organic farm, world-renowned dive sites, and a spectacular resort spa. At Spa Soleil you will enjoy spa treatments that go beyond the average pampering session. Guests will experience true rejuvenation – a clear, calm mind and a healthy, balanced body.

The Cliff Hotel, Negril, Jamaica

Untainted luxury, warm Jamaican hospitality, and the gorgeous Caribbean Sea make The Cliff Hotel one of the most stunning resorts in this region. Some of their amenities include a fitness center, swimming pool, watersports, and off-site excursions. Guests looking for intimacy will have the opportunity to enjoy private dining, while social butterflies can spend their time chatting in the hotel bars – Cliff Bar, Pool Bar, and Zest Bar.

Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico

Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve encircled by coral reefs, is one of the most secluded resorts in the Caribbean. The resort won the AAA Five Diamond Award in 2016, and we can definitely see why. Guests will enjoy relaxing in their luxurious pools and cabanas, participating in non-motorized watersports (including kitesurfing, windsurfing, and sailing), embarking on a scenic hike on Rockefeller Trail, playing tennis on one of the five courts, and splashing around in the aquatic playground, The Watermill.

11 Crazy Caribbean Resorts You Have to Stay in Before You Die