1. Grace Bay, the dreamy beach of Turks and Caicos Island
Turks and Caicos Island or TCI for short are a British Overseas Territory consisting of 40 islands out of which 8 are inhabited. The island is located 550 miles southeast of Miami, Florida just below Bahamas.
Turks and Caicos is home to the world’s third largest coral reef. With long white powdery sand beaches, amazing turquoise water that is calm and shallow, Grace Bay can easily enjoyed by anyone in the world.
2. Curacao, the hidden paradise of Caribbean
One of the hidden paradise islands in Caribbean is located approximately 40 miles north of the Venezuelan coast. This Dutch Caribbean Island is known for its beautiful beaches that are tucked into coves and extensive coral reefs.
3. Paradise Island of Bahamas
The well-known Bahamas consists of 700 islands out of which 30 are uninhabited. The endless clear turquoise water of Paradise Island invites you to explore the coral reefs beneath the surface.