Caribbean

Top Caribbean Beach Bars

Not all tropical and beach bars are equal, you would agree but they offer one thing in common, sand between your toes, which is always a good antidote for summer days or winter blues. Pick your Island and your Bar on one of the Caribbean Island and enjoy the drinks

Dune Bar

Dune Bar

DUNE, Paradise Island Bahamas

Ditch the crowds at the sprawling Atlantis resort for something crosier. Dune is located at the near by One& Only Ocean Club, sites atop a dune besides Cabbage Bach, which is one of the nicest one in Nassau.

Their French-Asian menu is amazing so are the views. Try their Dune Cocktail- Gin, Cointreau, Curacao and coconut milk.

 

 

Iggies Beach Bar

Iggies Beach Bar

IGGIES BEACH BAR & GRILL St. Thomas, U. S. Virgin Islands.

Here kids can play on the each or snorkel and you can enjoy cocktail at the Bolongo Bay Beach Resort an all inclusive hotel by Charlotte Amalie. Disadvantage may be too many cruise passengers visiting during the day, but do not get discouraged. They have life music, hammocks on the beach and VooDoo Juice cocktail served in buckets. Wednesday is fun as they carry steel drums carnival night, west Indian food and fire-walkers performing on a sand stage.

 

 

Bomba Shack Tortola

Bomba Shack Tortola

BOMBA`S SHACK – Tortolla, British Virgin Islands

The shack goes back to 1970s, assembled from the driftwood, corrugated iron and other flotsam. Bomba himself offer hangs out with the visitors and locals and his shack is the most popular place on the Island.

Most popular fool moon parties are legendary here, lots of fun highly recommended. Enjoy perfect rum runners and beers and in the day time watch surfers crash heir waves while you nurse a real Caribbean Rum Punch.

 

 

Wreck-bar-grill

Wreck-bar-grill

WRECK BAR & GRILL – Grand Cayman

A favorite road trip on Grand Cayman must be the drive to Rum Point, a remote spit of beach across the sound from George Town. The name probably came from the rum barrels that washes ashore here during the buccaneer times. Today Wreck is a the heart of the action and the thing to drink here is a Mudslide – a frozen blend of vodka, Baileys Irish cream and Kahlua. Sip on and enjoy while you relax at the colorful picnic table on the sand or get horizontal in a hammock.

 

 

Bugaloe- Beach-Bar

Bugaloe- Beach-Bar

BUGALOE BEACH BAR & GRILL – Aruba

Stroll along the sand few steps off the Palm Beach and enjoy casual thatched roof too par on a pier where no shoes and no t shirt hardly means no service. Visitors enjoy here views and shade while sipping on cold balashi beer. Happy Hours from 5- 6 is when the real party atmosphere takes place with free Latin dance lesson and karaoke.

 

 

 

The-Pelican-Bar

The-Pelican-Bar

PELICAN BAR – Jamaica

You cant stumble upon this bar unless you take a boat ride from Treasure Beach or Black River , its literally a jumble of driftwood with a nearby sand bar were mostly pelicans congregate. Music run by solar power car battery, reggae is a popular theme of course and local dreadlocked islanders play dominos and visitors snorkel around or chill with Red Stipes or Appleton rum in their hands.

 

 

While in Jamaica visits as well RICK`s CAFÉ – Open in 1974 and attracts for its divers who hang from the 35 foot high platform before they spiral from the cliff to the sea. If this does not take your breath away, the molten sunset will.

Wish to keep your Caribbean flavour around try this Fruity Rum Punch

  • 1 oz of White Rum
  • 2 oz of Pineapple Juice
  • 2 oz of Orange Juice
  • 1 tbsp of Grenadine
  • 1 tbsp of Dark Rum

Pour white rum, coconut rum pineapple juice and orange juice into a tall glass filled with ice, Stir to combine and add Grenadine and let it sit at the bottom, than add a dark rum. Garnish with lemon or lime. Enjoy ! Cheers

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