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Who doesn’t love a great beach bar? 

What about an entire beach filled with them? 

Travel across the Caribbean and you’ll find them, single stretches of sand teeming with beach bars, often all right in a row — beach bars and, well, not much else. 

For whatever reasons, these beaches have become magnets for beach bars, usually starting with a single pioneer and then a wave of beach bars that follow and set up shop. 

They’re marvelous places to spend an afternoon or a week, where you can pub crawl and beach bar hop to your heart’s content — even in a single afternoon. 

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There’s a new luxury hotel on one of the most beloved little islands in the Caribbean: Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands. 

Jost, as it’s affectionately known, has long been famous for its enviable collection of world-famous beach bars, from the renowned Soggy Dollar Bar to the legendary Foxy’s. 

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Grand Cayman’s Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa has expanded its culinary team. 

The Seven Mile Beach property has added Executive Sous Chef Christian Gonzalez Ponce to the team, while promoting Chef Andre Wilson to Banquet Chef and Chef Abhimanyu “Abhi” Giuliani to Chef de Partie. 

The trio will “help to further elevate Seafire’s acclaimed restaurants & bars program at the resort’s three restaurants,” the property said in a statement. 

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There’s nothing like a Caribbean hotel that’s right on the sand. 

There’s nothing standing between you and a blissful morning bobbing in the ocean, lazing at the edge of the waves, listening to the Caribbean’s original album. 

Sure, you can find myriad resorts filled with all sorts of amenities but where getting to the beach requires a rather long stroll. 

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Hiking a volcano. Walking the cane fields of an organic rum distillery. Eating lionfish burgers at an oceanfront food truck; savoring a twilight mento concert; kayaking across a secret mangrove forest; riding a flats boat to an undiscovered sandbar.

They’re the reasons we come to the Caribbean, those once-in-a-lifetime experiences in which the Caribbean abounds, those chances to explore the communities and the natural beauty of the world’s most extraordinary place. (And yes, the beaches, too).

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