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Looking for nude beaches in the Caribbean?
With countless islands in the Caribbean, many uninhabited, beach nudity can be a spontaneous decision. However, you should be aware of local regulations — and the proximity of family beaches — before you go clothesfree in the hot tropics.
Head over to About.com for a listing of nude beaches in Antigua, Bonaire, Guadeloupe, Jamaica, St Barts, St Martin (French side only), and The Bahamas.
At MSNBC, Romantic Getaways an article on 8 Dreams Beaches of the Caribbean is featured
One of the featured beaches is Tahiti Beach, located in the off islands (or family islands) of the Bahamas
Even though Tahiti Beach shares Elbow Cay with quaint and popular Hope Town, its secluded location at the southwestern tip of the island — and the fact that no road leads to the sand — ensures that it remains an uncrowded dream beach.
Tahiti owes its South Seas moniker to the enchanted Bali Hai feel of otherworldly isolation, background of lush palms and view of Great Abaco.
Visitors staying in Hope Town or who ferry over from the other Abacos hike or bike out to the beach, while those taking advantage of the island chain’s ideal cruising grounds motor over in their dinghies. Bonefish feed in the shallows, which wrap around tide-rippled sandbars — ideal for strolling and sunning — that reach into the Sea of Abaco.
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A beach resort in Puerto Rico topped a list of best places for families to stay in the Caribbean based on rankings by readers of Travel + Leisure Family Magazine.
The list of the 10 best tropical destinations appears in the magazine’s spring issue.
Las Casitas Village & Golden Door Spa in Las Croabas, Puerto Rico, was in the No. 1 spot; with doubles from $269. Activities include family golf clinics, horseback riding, and kayaking in the bioluminescent bay, where you’ll see glowing sea creatures on moonless nights.
Next was Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands; from $410 per day for adults, children $95, rates all-inclusive. Kids will love the swim-up juice bar, Xbox stations, and water park.
No. 3 was the Four Seasons Great Exuma at Emerald Bay in the Bahamas; doubles from $495. It offers everything from kite-flying to a teen center to parent-child golf and tennis clinics.
Atlantis Paradise Island in the Bahamas took the No. 4 spot; with doubles from $370. Swim with the dolphins and enjoy the 97-acre waterscape (with slides).
Paradisus Puerto Rico Resort in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, was next, adults from $406, children from $150, rates all-inclusive. Take tennis lessons, or if you prefer, golf or merengue classes.
The Four Seasons Resort Nevis in Charlestown, Nevis, was sixth on the list; doubles from $655. Look for sea turtles nesting on the beach at night.
The Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino in Palm Beach, Aruba, was next; doubles from $450. Kids can enjoy sculpting driftwood or playing volleyball on the sand.
In the No. 8 spot was Round Hill Hotel & Villas, Montego Bay, Jamaica, doubles from $590. Kids will want to check out the Pineapple Club, and each of the 25 villas has a private pool.
Beaches Negril Resort & Spa in Negril, Jamaica, was ninth on the list; adults from $370, kids from $95, all-inclusive. Accredited nannies, Sesame Street characters, a water park and kids’ reggae parties are a few of the attractions.
Rounding out the list was the Westin St. John Resort & Villas in St. John – (Pictured Above), in the U.S. Virgin Islands; doubles from $759. Check out the water trampolines and iguana safaris, or just play a good old-fashioned game of bingo.
Source: USA Today
Musha Cay is said to be the most luxurious private island resort in the world.Located in the pristine waters of the southern Bahamas chain of islands, in the out islands of Exuma – approximately 85 miles from Nassau.
When you rent Musha Cay, you and your guests have the exclusive use of the property, and a professional staff of 30 is on hand to cater up to 24 guests.
Musha Cay offers 150 acres of exquisite white sand beaches, crystal clear turquoise water, and an unspoiled oasis of tropical flowers, trees and foliage.
Guests have included Oprah Winfrey, who spared no expense treating her guests to a world class luxury holiday.
See this private island paradise for yourself, and you will be impressed – http://www.mushacay.com/