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For most travelers, it’s the number one destination-within-a-destination: the beach bar. 

As travel trends ebb and flow, it’s a constant, somehow managing to survive as the manifestation of our most romantic Caribbean travel fantasies. 

Because there’s just something about a cocktail at the edge of the sand. 

And these beach bars are the epitome of the art form, from shacks in the middle of the ocean to buzzy beach lounges to classic beach bars. 

With this list, we’ve tried to mix it up, featuring some true Caribbean institutions and a number of newer beach bars that should definitely be on your travel radar.

That includes another welcome new trend: the “gourmet” beach bar, where high-level cuisine marries with toes-in-the-sand cocktail culture, something that’s increasingly popular across the region.

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Rideshare app Uber is expanding in the Dominican Republic’s tourism hub of Punta Cana, with plans to launch Uber Select as well, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

Uber has reached an agreement with Punta Cana’s taxi operators to register on the Uber platform and operate under the company’s Uber Select option. 

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There’s a lot that’s great about Cane Garden Bay in Tortola: a beautiful coastline, lively beach bars, a cool historic distillery, and even a bit of nightlife in a destination — the British Virgin Islands — that’s more known for peace and quiet once the sun settles. Sophisticated, however, is not a word often used to describe this unpretentious beach town on the north shore of the BVI’s largest island.

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Grand Cayman is the largest of the three Caribbean islands that make up the Caymans. (Cayman Brac and Little Cayman are the other two.) Its most famous draw is the alluringly named Seven Mile Beach, a stretch of white sand to rival any in the Caribbean, but the island has a lot more to offer visitors, both on land and in the sea. From spotting blue iguanas to kayaking in a bioluminescent bay to diving through intricate shipwrecks, here is a guide to making the most out of a first-time visit to Grand Cayman.

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