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5 Caribbean Beaches You Should Try Right Now

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - June 3, 2016
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Maho Bay, St John

Nearby Trunk Bay gets much of the global acclaim, but St John’s Maho Bay is a stunner in its own right, and it’s often far less crowded. That means you get one of the Caribbean’s best beaches all to yourself. Where to stay? Caneel Bay, St John’s best hotel.


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