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Theses Are 3 Of The Best Resorts In The Caribbean For Singles
Traveling and discovering new cultures with loved ones or friends is an amazing experience. But there’s something about traveling solo that brings a different level of excitement and sometimes apprehension.
Where should I go? Will it be safe? Will it be weird? Who is going to take these insta-worthy photos? But nowadays it’s not as unusual as it once was, and is actually encouraged for its empowering effects.
Lots of resorts are also catering to singles with enough activities to fill your days and nights, lots of lounging options, and all the swim-up bars to keep you hydrated. So whether you’re treating yourself on Singles Awareness Day (Feb. 15) grab a tripod and check out these Caribbean-based resorts ready to welcome you on your solo journey.
The resort, which is situated at the northern tip of the island on the resplendent crescent-shaped Cariblue Beach, is the ideal spot for singles — approximately one-third of the guests are solo travelers.
It is also a haven for those who live a very active lifestyle. Options include bike tours, yoga, tennis, golf, circuit-training, scuba diving for beginners, plus multiple motorized and non-motorized sports. If you prefer a more laid-back vibe, The Body Holiday is renowned for its daily rejuvenating spa treatments which are included in the package.
It’s adults-only at this tropical getaway. Amenities include a rooftop pool and bar with panoramic views, a whirlpool, and authentic Jamaican cuisine. As a bonus, guests can cross the sky bridge where complimentary access to all restaurants, bars, and amenities at neighboring sister resorts Secrets Wild Orchid and Secrets St. James awaits. For an ultra VIP experience, the xhale club comes complete with a butler, Swim Out Suite sanctuaries, and Ocean Front Master Suites.
Seven Mile Beach is often lauded as one of the Caribbean’s best beaches. Tucked away on this coral-sand marvel is Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa, a stunning boutique resort. Kimpton was constructed to provide inescapable views of the beach at every turn. And while there are unlimited opportunities for swimming, snorkeling, sailing, and kayaking, it’s also a chance to lay out with the latest beach read as you sip on cocktails or rum punch.
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