5 of the Most Unique Caribbean Beaches

EMILY MENDEZ | February 12, 2018

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Going on a Caribbean cruise is an incredible adventure. If you've cruised before, or even if you just like to venture a bit off the beaten path, then you might want to skip the typical activities and do something a little different. Why not spend your time in port exploring some of the more unusual beaches in the Caribbean? From colourful pink sand to dramatic scenery, these beautiful, unique beaches are worth a visit.

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