Coral Sands, Harbour Island, The Bahamas
It’s less crowded, meaning you get can in to the hottest tables, find your seat at the hippest beaches and enjoy an even more tranquil experience.
And that’s without mentioning the blissfully warm water that you don’t find in some destinations during the colder months of the year.
But there’s a caveat: the mercury is higher, meaning you’ll want to be in one of two places: either somewhere in the hills, or somewhere right on the beach, close to the water.
And we have you covered, with 20 great places to stay for perfect summer Caribbean vacations, either perched in breezy hillsides, set right on the sand, or, well, both. Read more >>