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Best Islands in the Caribbean to Visit

Best Islands in the Caribbean to Visit

A beautiful swimsuit deserves an equally alluring place to be worn. The Caribbean is ideal to show off your favorite sexy designer bikini thanks to the seemingly endless number of beaches. They are listed as some of the best in the world. The colors are vibrant, the weather is ideal, and each location has something unique to offer to the sophisticated traveler.

The experience of the islands can only be felt firsthand. But to give you some inspiration, we’re diving into some of the most beautiful places the Caribbean has to offer. If it’s bucket list beach vibes you’re looking for, the only thing to do is make plans to visit them all. No playing favorites here. Below are our top Caribbean destinations to check out this summer!

Cayman Islands

Always a frequent spot on the list of top beaches in the world, the Cayman Islands famously boasts its Seven Mile Beach. The fine, white shorelines and turquoise waters are two staples of nearly any beach in the Caribbean, but Cayman is considered top-notch because of its gorgeous, coral sands and unforgettable scenery. Whether you want to snorkel, parasail, or take a dip in the warm waters, you can indulge in all of it right in the Cayman Islands.

Stingray City is one of the largest attractions on the island. While not necessarily a city, these sandbars are home to stingrays that cluster right beneath the water. Don’t be nervous - travelers can swim, snorkel, boat, and paddle board right next to these beautiful sea creatures. It’s not an experience you can have just anywhere, which is why people love to add this to their itinerary when visiting the Cayman Islands.

A classic suit like our t back bikini is a stylish selection for this island trip. The high-quality comfort and traditional fit make it a must-have for the next vacation you have planned. The bohemian look is suited for all body types and is a favorite to take to the beach.

Bermuda

There’s an eye-catching edge to Bermuda due to its mix of pink-hued sandy beaches and colonial mansions. Horseshoe Bay Beach is possibly one of the best places to visit in the Caribbean because each view is better than the last. It’s easily accessible to the public and there are an abundance of beach chairs, towels, and umbrellas to rent once you get there.

Due to its popularity, it can quickly become crowded, especially in the summer. Don’t let that hold you back from hitting the beach during golden hour to get the optimal photo opportunity. The White Wave Triangle Bikini’s timeless and unique style will go perfectly with the pink sand beaches and blue ocean hues.

However, it’s not only the beautiful beaches that make this island a place to stop on your Caribbean tour. St. George is a historic town in Bermuda (it’s the territory’s first English settlement) with Gothic architecture, art galleries, and fine jewelry shops among the many outdoor excursions and day trips available. If you want a balanced combination of relaxation and urban exploring for your next vacation, Bermuda is possibly your best bet.

Barbados

No one loves Barbados more than Rihanna. She shines a continual spotlight on her home island, but a visit here doesn’t take much convincing from anyone. The island exudes feelings of both bohemian and high-class, where anyone can enjoy a piña colada and the feeling of endless summer no matter who you are. Could it be the local rum that makes everyone feel extra relaxed? Mount Gay Rum is a mainstay of Barbados, dating back to 1703. Not only is it a place to sample a frosty cocktail, but it’s also a place to learn more about the island’s fascinating history.

The majority of visitors’ time, however, is spent at Bathsheba Beach, which has been ranked as the number one thing to do in Barbados. The clear blue waters make it a go-to spot for surfers, while the impressive rock formations and natural landscape make it a dream scene for travelers of all kinds. Many people also head to Carlisle Bay or Dover Beach when they want to kayak, paddleboard, or snorkel.

Free-spirited and fun are two words that describe Barbados, which calls for a swimsuit with the character to match. The sexy cut and rich color of our Brazilian bikinis fit right in with the alluring background of the island and all the beauty it has to offer.

Cuba

Cuba has experienced an uptick in tourism recently and there’s a lot to be uncovered in one of the Caribbean’s more intriguing locations. Old Havana immerses travelers into the era of grand palazzos, sultry jazz, vibrant colors, and cultural appeal. Touring the historic streets and buildings of Cuba is fascinating, but when you hit the coast, it feels like another world completely.

Cayo Coco is widely known for its white sands and coral reefs, as well as its marshes and lagoons, which house native pink flamingos. Lined with all-inclusive resorts, this is laid-back luxury at its finest. 

The blend of city and coastal life is part of what makes Cuba a place steadily on the rise as one of the best islands in the Caribbean to visit. In addition to the popularity of Cayo Coco, Playa Boca Ciega, Playa Guanabo, and Playa Bacuranao all have their own appeal as well. It’s a matter of if you’re looking for a place to party, a spot to relax, or a little bit of both. You’ll have your choice of options when visiting these white sandy beaches.

Jamaica

When you think of “good vibes,” you think of Jamaica. As the birthplace of Bob Marley, it’s well known for its relaxing, reggae sounds and laid-back frame of mind. Jamaica embodies a slower pace and a comfortable sense of  calm, two things every island escape should deliver. Though many travelers choose to stay at one of the many all-inclusive resorts, it’s the adventure found settled among the locals that really make this place special.

As one of the most photographed places in the Caribbean, the Dunn’s River Falls is worthy of screensaver status. Hidden among the Jamaican jungles, the waterfall “steps” are a sight to witness firsthand. While there, tread carefully on the slippery spots, but feel confident in the comfort of our Ripple Bikini collection. The subtly ruffled edges and feminine straps create a memorable suit perfect for such an outing. Plus, the versatility works just as well for a trip to the Green Grotto Caves.

A trip to Green Grotto Caves is a stunning experience full of rich history. They were first inhabited by the Arawak Indians then used by the Spaniards who were hiding from the English invasion of Jamaica during the 17th century. Fast forward to the mid-20th century when the caves were used by smugglers and used in the second World War. Now, in much simpler times, the caves draw travelers through the labyrinth for relaxing at the subterranean Grotto Lake.

On its surface, Jamaica seems like your average, beach-friendly destination but beyond the shore lies areas that are asking to be sought out and appreciated.

Turks and Caicos

Does doing nothing else but lying on the beach sound like pure bliss to you? Then, the Turks and Caicos islands are your Caribbean spot. The white sandy beaches are so pristine and the waters are so sparkling clear that this setting seems out of this world. Governor’s Beach isn’t secluded, but its calm and peaceful atmosphere provide more privacy than the busier Caribbean beaches. It’s where you can go to disconnect and unwind from the real world for a while. Alternatively, the Chalk Sound is visibly one of the most stunning shores in Turks and Caicos. The turquoise waters dotted with stone and grass mounds are best seen up close by kayak or paddleboard.

Nothing quite compares to the views this island offers but the Maresia Cutout Bandeau Bikini is a worthy complement. The mint hue and sexy silhouette make this swimsuit a match for the island’s luxurious backdrop.

The Bahamas

Believe it or not, The Bahamas consists of more than 700 islands and cays, so if it’s variety you’re looking for, you’ll find it here. Where to begin? Nassau is one of the most popular places to visit due to its range of activities, such as boating, golfing, scuba diving, and cultural exploration. Pirates are prevalent in the island’s capital, at least in historical form, while beaches are just as plentiful.

Treasure Cay Beach in The Abacos and Pink Sand Beach on Harbour Island have been identified as two of the best in the world. Treasure Cay has fine, white sands paired with sparkling, aquamarine waters that exude the feeling of pure relaxation. Pink Sand Beach is aptly named for the color of its sands, which creates a watercolor view of the shoreline. Additionally, the shallow waters make it ideal for visitors to snorkel or swim.

A t back bikini is as nautical as the location itself and is a desirable cut that can be worn for every activity that presents itself on your island getaway. This may include an unforgettable trip to Pig Beach, the well-visited, uninhabited island populated only by pigs, an excursion incomparable to anything else. The waters are as clear and the sands as soft as other Caribbean beaches, but there’s a small difference - about 20 pigs will be swimming next to you!

In The Bahamas, it’s one breathtaking view and memorable event after the other. Coupled with the fact that it’s known for its warm hospitality and rich culture, it deserves a spot on your island list.

St. Lucia

Get a taste of resort life when visiting the island of St. Lucia. The picturesque views are only part of the allure of this Caribbean hot spot. Adventure lies beneath its beautiful surface. The island is known for reef diving, volcanic beaches, rainforests, waterfalls, and hiking activities. It’s not just another tropical vacation, it’s the tropical vacation to go on if you are looking for an adventurous island getaway.

How about a dip in a volcano to reap all the benefits mud baths have to offer? At Sulphur Springs, there’s an opportunity to tour the now dormant volcano, relax in the mud, and then rinse off underneath a cascading waterfall. This is not your everyday experience, which means it’s a must-do for St. Lucia escape. Since this occasion calls for a dark swimsuit, we recommend holding off on wearing the White Jen One Piece until you’re back on the beach. It’s a sultry choice comfortable enough to wear sunbathing, swimming, or sailing aboard a yacht.

Sugar Beach gets its namesake from the sugar-like sands. It’s the place to lazily lounge and see where the day takes you. Grande Anse Beach, on the other hand, is more ideal for exploring new sites. You might even get lucky and spot some leatherback sea turtles emerging from the water to lay eggs on the sand. This one is a bit off the beaten path, better suited for off-road vehicles. The views can’t be beat, which makes the road to get there well worth it.

Finally, it wouldn’t be a trip to St. Lucia without a stop at one of its main beaches, Reduit. It has everything you want in one place: sparkling waters, velvety sands, lounge chairs, and water sports. Consider it sublime.

The Caribbean Is Calling

Real life may not always be a vacation, but it can definitely look like one. The calm waters of the Caribbean combined with island air does wonders for the mind, body, and soul. The beauty of the islands is something everyone should experience at least once. It’s incredible how much beauty can be found in this region of the world. All you have to do is narrow down your selections, map out a plan, and go. And, when it comes to picking the perfect swimsuit for your next adventure, we have you covered.


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