Caribbean Honeymoon Destinations

Caribbean Honeymoon Destinations

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Antigua & Barbuda
Pastel facades, bustling markets, tropical fruits, limestone formations and, of course, plenty of pristine beaches: Antigua and Barbuda are essentially Eden. Between the two islands you can find yourselves alone on powdery white sand, or on a catamaran sailing between the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea at sunset. Head to all-inclusive resorts such as the opulent and recently renovated Curtain Bluff (where tennis, sailing, water-skiing, scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking and bocce are included), along with once-in-a-lifetime private-island (literally) getaways like Jumby Bay Island.
British Virgin Islands
Hurricane Irma is being avenged by a collection of spectacularly gorgeous Caribbean islands that have come back to life, a glorious rebirth. On Virgin Gorda, super-luxe Valley Trunk began welcoming guests to its pristine beach again in December 2019, showing off refreshed interiors, cinema, gardens infinity-edge pool. Meanwhile, on Tortola, the reggae-infused Quito’s Inn is a new 21-room option in Cane Garden Bay, and the truly virgin island of Anegada, Anegada Beach Club is a place for beach bums to sleep in elevated tents just atop the sugary sand.  
Dominica
There are rivers and streams, waterfalls, hot sulfur strings and a boiling lake, not to mention the Caribbean Sea, in Dominica, making it a water baby’s playground. The region’s longest hiking trail is also an option. Eco-resorts are hitting big after Hurricane Maria devastated the island, and it’s now a haven for jungle-y adventures (like canyoning in Titou Gorge), relaxation (see the mud pools of Wotten Waven Hot Springs), whale watching, and beautiful new hotels including Jungle Bay, Secret Bay and Cabrits Resort & Spa Kempinski.  
Grenada
The hurricanes that devastated much of the Caribbean left this under-the-radar little paradise known as Spice Island totally untouched. The timing was good, as there are quite a few luxe resorts in the works, with the first major resort opening on Grand Asne Beach for decades last year. The Silversands Hotel has the longest pool in the Caribbean, but don’t expect to spend all your days there—the isle is packed with promise in the form of picturesque beaches on which to lounge, colorful culture and cuisine to try, and rainforests to explore.
Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico has come back even better than ever. The spirit of Puerto Ricans shines bright in the island paradise, known as the island of enchantment. Resorts are reopening at a rapid pace, with the birthplace of the piña colada, Caribe Hilton, coming back online on an exclusive, lush peninsula with views of San Juan’s shore. After a $60 million renovation, St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort bows again, the first ultra-luxury resort on the island, and one surrounded by sea, sand and foliage with private bird sanctuaries, an on-site marine biologist, ocean-front Robert Trent Jones Jr. golf course, plenty of activities (think kayaking, wind-surfing, fishing, hiking and SUP) and several dining outlets.
Turks and Caicos
Southeast of the Bahamas, in the Atlantic Ocean, lie the Turks and Caicos, not two islands as might be assumed, but 40. The coral islands are a bit exotic and totally luxurious, with few people to fill up the countless stark-white beaches. Book into the uber-private Ambergris Cay, a 10-suite resort with private plunge pools, impeccable views and all-inclusive rates. There’s also The Palms Turks and Caicos, on iconic Grace Bay Beach, where a massive spa and slew of dining options makes for a rich retreat, or across the island there’s The Shore Club, which boasts luxury villas and opportunities for yacht excursions.
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