Grace Bay is one of the most popular beaches in the world. Grace Bay can be found on the island of Providenciales in the Turks & Caicos. The sand is white and soft. Grace Bay is an excellent beach to enjoy for an entire day or many weeks. There are an abundance of excellent restaurants
Anguilla is an amazing island in the British West Indies. It's a short ferry ride or flight from St Maarten. Within this video, I showcase many of Anguilla's amazing beaches and things to do. Sandy Island is also featured. Sandy Island, Anguilla is a tiny island that is a short boat ride from Sandy Ground,
Kayaking from St. Maarten to Pinel Island is a blast! Within this video, I show the entire unedited experience of kayaking from the French side of St. Maarten to Pinel Island. Enjoy and share!
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Pinel Island is a short paddle from St. Martin. While visiting the French West Indies, Pinel Island is a must!
This is one of the most famous scenic overlooks in the world. Trunk Bay is located on the island of St. John in the USVI. Enjoy!
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Paddle boarding at Rum Point. Rum Point is a must-do while in Grand Cayman. There is a water taxi that takes people to Stingray City from Rum Point. Both the food and drinks are incredible! The water is shallow and there are plenty of stingrays to swim with at Rum Point too!I recommend spending at
Riding a horse bareback in the ocean.
This was Soggy Dollar Bar before Hurricane Irma. If you're not familiar with Soggy, it's one of the most famous beach bars in the world! It's located on a tiny island named Jost Van Dyke in the British West Indies. It's a short ferry ride from the islands of St. John or Tortola.