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Exotic Caribbean Beach Getaways

April 11, 2012 by Mary Lamphere

A visit to the beautiful beaches of the Caribbean is already quite an exotic experience but visiting the most exotic beaches off the beaten path can truly create lasting memories.  Quite simply stated, exotic beaches of the Caribbean are not your typical resort destination location cluttered with tourists and littered with lounge chairs.  Exotic beaches are quiet, secluded and of course stunning.  Some of the most exotic destinations in the Caribbean include:  The Baths, Magens Bay and Horseshoe Bay.

The Baths, located in the British Virgin Islands on Virgin Gorda is one of the most exotic Caribbean beaches one will find.  One of the most famous destinations in all of the Virgin Islands, The Baths features soft sandy beaches, shallow wading pools that are ideal for snorkeling and swimming and of course plenty of room for fun in the sun.  Grottos and caves welcome the occasional mischievous tourist looking to embark on the splendor of all that The Baths has to offer. 

In Saint Thomas, Magen's Bay is one of the most beautiful beaches in the entire world.  Featuring pristine waters, soft sand and plenty to see and do, this exotic beach will not let you down.  Magen's Bay is located in the U.S. Virgin Islands and has been named one of the top 10 most beautiful beaches in the world—for good cause.  The area features some of the softest white sand you'll ever see and the turquoise waters are warm and inviting year round.  For an exotic Caribbean beach, Magen's Bay is the place to stay.

Horseshoe Bay, though a very popular tourist attraction in Bermuda, is another great exotic beach to visit while vacationing in the Caribbean.  Located on the southern coast of Bermuda, the beach features some of the softest (and pinkest) sand in Bermuda.   A subtropical climate makes for great weather most of the year and pristine blue waters mean you can enjoy a variety of water sports, activities and fun pretty much anywhere along the beach.  Horseshoe Bay can become crowded, but the pink sand of Bermuda is always considered one of the most exotic treasures the beaches of the Caribbean have to offer.

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