Cocktails Par Excellence: Must Visit Beach Bars In The Caribbean

The Caribbean: Top 5 Beach Bars

Going to the beach is a popular leisure activity in the Caribbean. While most people go to swim, snorkel, surf, or even relax on the sands, others go for a completely different reason — beach bars.

As such, beach bars are becoming ever more popular and sophisticated. Whether you’re looking for upscale or down-home, the Caribbean offers a trove of beach bars where you can rest, relax, rejuvenate, and toast a future full of possibilities. Soon, they will become virtually landmarks on most beaches in the region. Today, we will have a look at some of the most exotic beach bars in Caribbean:

Dune Preserve – Anguilla

This is a beach bar for the musically inclined, owned by reggae musician Bankie Banx on Anguilla’s Rendezvous Bay.  In today’s stressful life, people are looking for escape. This bar is a boon for physically and mentally exhausted people, who would like to hangout without thinking of tomorrow.

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 It’s simply a dune deck covered by a big old roof — but it’s far more than the sum of its parts: think upscale-eclectic. Often, Bankie’s musician friends will stop by, but other times, it will just be you and the beach. Try a signature Duneshine or the Dune Rum Punch or a variety of cocktails, fruit punches and exotic mixes.

Da Conch Shack and Rum Bar – Turks & Caicos

Here they offer cocktails with rum and fruit juices which can be afforded by the common person. The table is set right in the middle of the sand. As such, you can relax on the hammock while having your glass of beer gazing at the countless twinkling stars which makes you wonder the god’s creations. It offers exclusive quality rum.

Sunshine Beach Lounge – Nevis

Situated in Nevis, it is well known for rum punch called “Killer Bee”. Many celebrities visit this place especially to savor the rum.  It serves the best food on the island. Killer Bee has the perfect ingredient of fruit juices and rum.  It is open seven days of the week. It offers barbeque dishes, delicious salads. The fruits and vegetables are grown in Nevis. So it is all fresh and loaded with right ambience. It opens at 11 am. Sunshine Beach Lounge also has soothing music, main motto to make the guests happy. 

Basil’s Bar – St. Vincent & The Grenadines

Basil’s Bar in St. Vincent & The Grenadines has been known to host many celebrities such as Mick Jagger, Morgan Freeman, and Johnny Depp. Because of its wooden deck, thatched roof with bamboo stilts on the water add reality to the ambience. The open air dance floor is just magical. The dance floor attracts the guests. The food is barbequed and makes it a truly enjoyable experience.

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Soggy Dollar Bar – British Virgin Islands

Located in the British Virgin Islands — Perhaps it's the setting of White Bay, the thirst from the swim, the perfect blend, or just because of the tradition of the Original Painkiller at the Soggy Dollar, but this bar offers immediate relaxation for the visitors who are looking for a something to getaway from the day to day stresses of life. It also offers great Painkiller rum cocktail. You can also expect great food and even overnight at the Sandcastle Hotel.

It’s amazing how such little establishments as beach bars can do so much for you. You can experience perfect bliss, with ocean breeze, enthralling music and a perfect sunset.  It is perfect combination of sun, sand and liquor, keeping away your worries for tomorrow.

By: Norvan Martin

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