On this post, BookSinglesHolidays.com is going to take a look at the 10 best Caribbean destinations for singles as well as those who love to travel solo. Read on!
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Where: Cancún is a city on the northeast coast of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. The city is beautifully located on the Caribbean Sea and it has been a popular tourist destination for decades.
What: Cancún is a singles paradise, a well-known party town! It has some of the hottest nightclubs in the world and awesome atmosphere that will make everyone feel welcomed! One of the most popular bars in all of Cancún is the Coco Bongo, so make sure to drop by if you’re ever in town.
If the party-till-you-drop routine isn’t really your thing, then you should know that Cancún has so much more to offer than nightclubs and bars. The city is part of the Caribbean, which means that you’ve got miles of pristine beaches, white sands and crystal clear waters. There are hundreds of restaurants and shops, but also museums. Cancún really is a unique singles destination and as a great bonus, it’s close to other breathtaking Mexican destinations such as Tulum and Chichen Itza!
San Juan, Puerto Rico
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Where: Puerto Rico is a U.S. territory located in the Caribbean Sea and San Juan is its capital. Puerto Rico is actually an archipelago, made up of the eponymous main island and many smaller islands.
What: San Juan is a large city, with a population of around 400,000 people, so it’s not quite a tranquil city by the edge of the sea, making it perfect for singles looking for fun. It is the type of city that will never bore you! San Juan’s nightlife is stunning, the food is incredible and the dance scene is something that will blow your mind. So, put your on chicest outfit and hit the town, as San Juan has actually been called the unofficial capital city of the Caribbean. With a name like that, you can expect it to take care of you and give you some of the best moments of your life.
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Where: Grenada is an island located in the southeastern Caribbean Sea; it has a size of around 133 square miles (around 344 square kilometers) and its capital city is St. George’s. Thanks to the islands large production of mace and nutmeg, Grenada is also known as the Island of Spice.
What: If you haven’t heard this before, then you’ll hear it from us: Grenada is a singles paradise! The entire island goes out of its way to make singles and solo travelers feel special. It is one of the few islands, where resorts don’t charge for a single supplement. Resorts also organize daily cocktail hours where all of its single and solo residents can mingle and get to know each other. Other singles attractions are offered, such as singles table at restaurants or singles sports activities. If you come to Grenada in search for a partner, then you’ll be certain to find them!
Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
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Where: Grand Cayman is the largest of the Cayman Islands and the home of the capital, George Town. The island complex is located south of Cuba and northwest of Jamaica, with Grand Cayman located around 80 miles from both Little Cayman and Cayman Brac.
What: Grand Cayman is such a stunning island! It is one of the safest destinations for singles and it offers pretty much everything that a tourist may want: bars, nightclubs, restaurants, snorkeling, scuba diving, museums, dance clubs and the list could go on!
Have you heard of the Seven Mile Beach? If not, then you should know that it is a long sliver of beach on the west side of the island and it was named The Caribbean’s Best Beach by the Caribbean Travel and Life Magazine. It is also one of the most stunning places on Earth, where the best and the most luxurious of the island’s hotels and resorts are located. The funny thing about this stretch of beach is that it isn’t really seven miles long, it’s around 6! The reason behind this is that the beach is eroded annually by the water.
The Dominican Republic
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Where: The Dominican Republic is a state on the large island of Hispaniola, which is located in the Caribbean island group, the Greater Antilles. According to the official numbers, the Dominican Republic is the most popular tourist destination in the entire Caribbean.
What: What makes the Dominican Republic the most popular tourist destination in the Caribbean is the fact that it is the nation with the most all-inclusive resorts in the world. It is a tourist’s heaven! The cities of Punta Cana and Bavaro are home to some of the most luxurious resorts that will make your trip to the Dominican Republic one to remember for a lifetime.
If you’re getting tired of the beach, even though we can’t really imagine how that’s possible, you can do some hiking on Pico Duarte, which is the Caribbean’s tallest mountain peak. Or maybe take a trip to Lake Enriquillo, the largest lake in the Caribbean.
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Where: Jamaica is an island country located in the Caribbean Sea, south of Cuba and west of the island of Hispaniola. It is also the fourth largest island country in the Caribbean, measuring around 4,000 square miles (around 11,000 square kilometers).
What: One of the most famous spots in Jamaica is Hedonism II – an adult only resort that redefines the concept of party heaven. If you’re a party animal, then Hedonism II is definitely the spot for you! Its reputation precedes it, so don’t be afraid to step inside, as you’ll be surprised to find that the resort is actually a bit tamer than you would imagine. There used to be three Hedonism resorts, but only Hedonism II remains in operation. This place is a resort that truly caters to singles, so discover a world created especially for you, at Hedonism II!
Also, as you probably know, Jamaica is home to legend Bob Marley, so if the Rastafarian culture and music interests you, Jamaica is where you should spend your holiday!
Turks and Caicos
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Where: Turks and Caicos consist of the larger Caicos Islands and the smaller Turks Islands, and are located north of the larger Antilles islands. The capital city of Turks and Caicos is Cockburn Town.
What: Turks and Caicos abound in adults-only resorts, which means that singles also abound here! Turks is the perfect place to meet a potential partner and it’s also perfect to relax and enjoy the company of adults.
Providenciales is one of the most popular islands of the Turks and Caicos, and it is also where the international airport is located. It is a stunning island, home to luxury resorts but also coral reefs and Chalk Sound, a spectacular turquoise-colored natural lake.
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Where: Belize is a country located on the east coast of Central America. To the east it is bordered by the Caribbean Sea, to the west by Guatemala and by Mexico to the North. Belize in 68 miles (110 kilometers) wide and 180 miles (290 kilometers) long.
What: The reason Belize should be one of your top choices, aside from the perfect beaches, all-inclusive resorts and stunning nature, is the fact that the official language here is English, making it very easy for you to get around.
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Where: The Bahamas is an island country in the Atlantic Ocean that consists of more than 700 islands, cays, and islets. It is located north of Hispaniola and Cuba, northwest of the Turks and Caicos Islands and east of the Florida Keys. The official language here is English and the capital is Nassau.
What: The country’s tagline is: “It’s better in the Bahamas!” And they’re completely right! Everything is so well-taken care of that you’ll feel as if you were in Paradise. Singles will never get bored here, as there is a vast array of activities that one can do, from scuba diving, to water sports, golf, fishing and even ecotourism. If all you want to do is hit the beach and then taste the nightlife, then we highly recommend the popular Aura nightclub, which belongs to the Atlantis Casino in Nassau.
Belize also has a strong culture that just awaits for you to discover it, so if you’re feeling a sunburn coming on, put your clothes on and visit Mayan museums or do some scuba diving in Belize’s famous coral reef.
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Where: Barbados is an island country in the Lesser Antilles, located east of the Caribbean Sea, and the islands of the Grenadines and Saint Vincent, and northeast of Trinidad and Tobago. It is a small island, that covers an area of around 170 square miles (432 square kilometers) and its capital city is Bridgetown.
What: Barbados may be small, but its got a little bit of everything for everyone. The nightlife is great, the all-inclusive resorts are luxurious and the island’s nature will take your breath away. If you’re tired of partying on the beach, how about you take a stroll to Harrison’s Cave or Animal Flower Cave and get those perfect holidays photos?
Barbados is also home to some of the best waves in the Caribbean, so if surfing is your thing, make sure you rent a board and hit the waves in the morning!