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The Top All Inclusive Resorts with Private Plunge Pools

"If we were meant to stay in one place, we'd have roots instead of feet."

I have recently been researching a ton of all-inclusive resorts for a friend's big birthday trip. She loves the idea of a private plunge pool. With that in mind, I am passing on my research to you, my dear followers. In this post, I will cover some of the best All-Inclusive Resorts with private plunge pools (in alphabetical order).

Baoase Luxury Resort, Curacao

Best time to visit Curacao - January to September (dry season), May - June (less crowded)

5-Star Resort

Nestled amidst tropical gardens and caressed by the azure water of the Caribbean Sea, the Baoase Luxury Resort is an idyllic retreat tucked away on the stunning island of Curacao. Baoase luxury Resort is located on 300 meters of stunning beachfront property. Situated on the south side of the island between the capital Willemstad on the UNESCO world heritage list and the and popular Curacao Sea Aquarium, the resort is just a few minutes away from the shops in the Punda city center and the night life. Sweeping views of the sea, beach, infinity pool and tropical garden. Villas and Suites also offer free connection to wireless internet and all indoor areas are air-conditioned, whereas the porch has ceiling fans. Suites feature a spacious balcony/terrace with stunning sea views and each has its private garden with Jacuzzi. The Master Villa is the Baoase's top accommodation. It comes with views that reach all the way to the buildings of downtown Willemstad Curacaos capital. The villa also has its own private infinity pool complete with a luxury cave that includes a Jacuzzi, a bar, card table and a relaxation area. Also included in the Master Villa is a chef, butler, a maid and the use of a private beach. The Baoase experience is a unique one from in-villa well-being treatments to in-villa cooking, to just relaxing by your own private pool or strolling the beach. Each guest can enjoy the pool, private beach, fitness center, restaurant and beach bar or indulge in one of the many spa services. For the more active traveler let our Guest Relations department help arrange a day full of activities. From watersports to sailing diving or fishing excursions, your every request will be taken into consideration to help make your vacation the most memorable.

Things to do in Curacao:

  • Explore Willemstad: The capital city of Curaçao, Willemstad, is known for its colorful Dutch colonial architecture. Take a stroll through the historic streets of Punda and Otrobanda, visit landmarks like the Queen Emma Pontoon Bridge (Swinging Old Lady), and explore attractions such as the Mikvé Israel-Emanuel Synagogue, the oldest synagogue in continuous use in the Americas.

  • Visit Beaches: Curaçao boasts numerous stunning beaches with crystal-clear waters and soft sands. Some popular beaches include Mambo Beach, Cas Abao Beach, Kenepa Beach (Grote Knip and Kleine Knip), and Playa Lagun. These beaches offer opportunities for swimming, snorkeling, diving, sunbathing, and water sports.

  • Go Snorkeling and Diving: Curaçao is surrounded by vibrant coral reefs teeming with marine life. Explore underwater wonders at sites like the Mushroom Forest, Tugboat Wreck, and Porto Mari. Snorkeling and diving excursions are available for both beginners and experienced enthusiasts.

  • Hike Christoffel National Park: Embark on a nature adventure at Christoffel National Park, home to Mount Christoffel, the highest point on the island. Hike scenic trails through rugged landscapes, spot native flora and fauna, and enjoy panoramic views of the island from the summit.

  • Visit Curaçao Sea Aquarium: Located in Willemstad, the Curaçao Sea Aquarium offers opportunities to learn about marine life through interactive exhibits, animal encounters, and guided tours. Don't miss the chance to see dolphins, sea lions, sharks, and various species of fish up close.

  • Explore Shete Boka National Park: Witness the dramatic coastline of Curaçao at Shete Boka National Park, where powerful waves crash against rocky cliffs. Visit Boka Tabla to see natural caves and blowholes and admire the stunning scenery of Boka Pistol and Boka Wandomi.

  • Discover Hato Caves: Explore the fascinating Hato Caves, located near the airport. Take a guided tour through limestone caves adorned with stalactites and stalagmites, and learn about the indigenous Arawak people who once inhabited the island.

  • Enjoy Local Cuisine: Indulge in the diverse culinary offerings of Curaçao, influenced by African, European, and Caribbean flavors. Try local specialties such as keshi yena (stuffed cheese), stobá (stew), and fresh seafood dishes. Don't forget to sample refreshing drinks like the island's signature Blue Curaçao liqueur.

Eden Roc Cap Cana, Dominican Republic

Best time to visit the D.R.: May - June or September - October for fewer crowds

5-Star Resort

Boasting 65 sumptuous accommodations ranging from lavish boutique villas with their own private pools to elegantly designed Beachfront suites and four charming Ocean Villas that offer complete privacy, Eden Roc at Cap Cana is a unique and secluded property nestled in the exclusive, beachfront community of Cap Cana at the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic.

Eden Roc Cap Cana is the Dominican Republic’s only Relais & Châteaux member hotel. With four restaurants to choose from, Eden Roc Cap Cana’s inspired dining venues feature a selection of haute cuisine. Each restaurant and bar comes to life with a distinctive personality through a combination of striking décor and unique identity. Eden Roc’s Lifestyle is an unprecedented, world-class program Eden Roc Cap Cana created to cultivate an atmosphere of wellness and relaxation in the lifestyle of the resort and community.

Things to do in Punta Cana:

  • Beach Day: Punta Cana is famous for its stunning beaches with white sands and crystal-clear waters. Spend a day relaxing on renowned beaches such as Bavaro Beach, Macao Beach, and Playa Juanillo. Enjoy swimming, sunbathing, water sports like snorkeling, kayaking, and jet skiing, or simply take in the beautiful views.

  • Water Adventures: Embark on exciting water adventures in Punta Cana. Go on a catamaran cruise or sailing tour to explore the coastline, enjoy snorkeling or diving excursions to discover colorful marine life and coral reefs, or try your hand at deep-sea fishing for a chance to catch marlin, sailfish, and tuna.

  • Explore Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park: Located within the Punta Cana Resort & Club, the Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park offers nature trails, freshwater lagoons, and opportunities to spot wildlife such as iguanas, birds, and turtles. Take a guided tour to learn about the park's biodiversity and conservation efforts.

  • Visit Saona Island: Take a day trip to Saona Island, part of the Cotubanamá National Park. Cruise through the Caribbean Sea on a speedboat or catamaran, swim in the natural pool, relax on pristine beaches, and enjoy a traditional Dominican lunch served on the island.

  • Zipline Adventure: Experience the thrill of ziplining through the lush tropical canopy at one of Punta Cana's adventure parks, such as Scape Park or Bavaro Adventure Park. Soar above the treetops and enjoy panoramic views of the jungle and coastline.

  • Horseback Riding: Explore the Dominican countryside on horseback with guided horseback riding tours. Ride along scenic trails, through sugar cane fields, and along the beach, and learn about the local culture and traditions from knowledgeable guides.

  • Golfing: Punta Cana is home to several world-class golf courses, including Punta Espada Golf Course, La Cana Golf Course, and Corales Golf Course. Enjoy a round of golf surrounded by breathtaking ocean views and challenging terrain.

  • Cultural Experiences: Immerse yourself in Dominican culture with visits to local markets, cigar factories, and rum distilleries. Learn about the country's history and heritage through cultural tours and performances showcasing traditional music and dance.

Excellence Oyster Bay, Jamaica

Best time to visit Jamaica: November to January

5-Star Resort

Welcome to Excellence Oyster Bay, where warm Jamaican hospitality meets modern luxury and the unparalleled beauty of Montego Bay. Located on a private peninsula surrounded by stunning turquoise waters and mangrove lagoons, this Victorian-style paradise sets a new standard for All Inclusive resorts in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Located just 30 minutes from the international airport, Excellence Oyster Bay is among Jamaica’s finest All-Inclusive resorts. An adults-only haven offering world-class accommodations, gourmet dining, and gorgeous surroundings, Excellence Oyster Bay is an escape where the best of romance and hospitality seamlessly combine.

Things to do in Montego Bay, Jamaica:

Doctor's Cave Beach: Relax on the pristine sands of Doctor's Cave Beach, known for its clear turquoise waters and soft white sands. Enjoy swimming, sunbathing, and water sports activities like snorkeling and paddleboarding.

Dunn's River Falls: Take a day trip to nearby Ocho Rios to visit Dunn's River Falls, one of Jamaica's most famous natural attractions. Climb the terraced waterfalls with the assistance of experienced guides and cool off in the refreshing pools along the way.

Rose Hall Great House: Explore the historic Rose Hall Great House, a restored plantation house with a dark history. Take a guided tour to learn about the legend of the White Witch of Rose Hall and the house's former residents.

Montego Bay Marine Park: Discover the underwater world of Montego Bay Marine Park through snorkeling or scuba diving excursions. Explore vibrant coral reefs, swim among colorful fish, and spot marine creatures like sea turtles and rays.

Hip Strip (Gloucester Avenue): Stroll along the Hip Strip, a bustling street lined with shops, restaurants, bars, and entertainment venues. Sample local cuisine, shop for souvenirs, and experience the vibrant nightlife of Montego Bay.

Rastafari Indigenous Village: Learn about Rastafarian culture and traditions with a visit to the Rastafari Indigenous Village. Take a guided tour to explore the village, participate in drumming and chanting sessions, and enjoy a vegetarian meal.

Croydon Plantation: Embark on a tour of Croydon Plantation, a working citrus plantation nestled in the Jamaican countryside. Learn about the plantation's history and cultivation techniques, sample fresh fruits, and enjoy a traditional Jamaican lunch.

Greenwood Great House: Visit Greenwood Great House, a well-preserved historic plantation house dating back to the 18th century. Take a guided tour of the house to learn about its architecture, furnishings, and former residents.

Chukka Adventure Tours: Get your adrenaline pumping with adventure activities offered by Chukka Caribbean Adventures. Choose from options like zip-lining, horseback riding, ATV tours, river tubing, and more.

Rocklands Bird Sanctuary: Birdwatching enthusiasts can visit Rocklands Bird Sanctuary to observe and feed colorful native birds like hummingbirds and parrots in a natural setting.

Hermitage Bay, Antigua

Best time to visit: January or September - November

5-Star Resort

Situated on the west coast of Antigua overlooking the Caribbean Sea this stunning privately owned property offers guests a tropical hideaway. Made up of 30 freestanding Suites and flanked by over 140 acres of lush undeveloped land. Guests of Hermitage Bay truly feel as if they have been transported to their own private island. This ultra luxurious all-inclusive resort features the clean lines and conveniences found in contemporary decor and design, yet remains true to its Caribbean location by offering organic locally sourced gastronomy. It also utilizes indigenous building materials and natural color schemes. The result is a natural and sophisticated retreat for those looking to unwind and become reacquainted with their environment and the one they are with. Both the cuisine and service are a crucial part of the experience at Hermitage Bay. The restaurant and bar are located in front of the long sweeping beach. The restaurant is open-sided and tiered at different levels to afford each table a spectacular view. Lunch is also offered around the shaded patio and pool areas. The menus are a combination of Caribbean and European cooking and change daily. Given its boutique size and limited number of guests service is personal discreet and attentive. The setting is naturally romantic making it the ideal escape for couples.

Things to do in Antigua:

  • Dickenson Bay: Spend a day relaxing on the soft sands of Dickenson Bay, one of Antigua's most popular beaches. Enjoy swimming, sunbathing, and water sports activities such as snorkeling, paddleboarding, and jet skiing.

  • Fort James: Explore the historic Fort James, located on the northwest coast of Antigua near St. Mary's. Dating back to the 18th century, this well-preserved fort offers panoramic views of the coastline and provides insight into the island's colonial past.

  • Shirley Heights Lookout: Visit Shirley Heights Lookout for breathtaking views of English Harbour and the surrounding coastline. On Sunday evenings, the lookout comes alive with a lively barbecue and live music, making it a popular spot for locals and tourists alike.

  • Nelson's Dockyard: Explore Nelson's Dockyard, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the only continuously operating Georgian naval dockyard in the world. Learn about the area's maritime history, visit the museum, and stroll through the picturesque harbor.

  • Galleon Beach: Relax on the secluded shores of Galleon Beach, located within Nelson's Dockyard National Park. Enjoy swimming, snorkeling, and picnicking in this tranquil setting surrounded by lush vegetation.

  • Devil's Bridge: Marvel at the natural wonder of Devil's Bridge, a limestone rock formation located on the northeast coast of Antigua. Watch as the waves crash against the rocky arch and take in the stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean.

  • Betty's Hope: Visit Betty's Hope, a restored sugar plantation dating back to the 17th century. Explore the ruins of the plantation house, windmill, and slave quarters, and learn about the history of sugar production in Antigua.

  • Half Moon Bay: Discover Half Moon Bay, a picturesque crescent-shaped beach known for its pink sands and turquoise waters. Enjoy swimming, snorkeling, and beachcombing in this unspoiled natural setting.

  • Hiking and Nature Trails: Explore the lush landscapes of Antigua with hikes and nature trails in areas such as Wallings Reservoir and Signal Hill. Enjoy scenic views, spot native wildlife, and immerse yourself in the island's natural beauty.

  • Local Cuisine: Sample delicious Antiguan cuisine at restaurants and eateries in St. Mary's and the surrounding area. Don't miss the opportunity to try local specialties such as saltfish and fungi, pepperpot, and conch fritters.

Hotel Le Toiny, St. Barts

Best time to visit St. Barts: December to March

5-Star Resort

Real idleness is getting up at 6am so you can have more time to do nothing- wrote Tristan Bernard. This is the frame of mind you can get into at the Hotel Le Toiny-making your days longer in order to make the most of this slow-moving paradise nestled on the heights of Saint Barth-at the heart of a seventeen-acre estate and its palm grove. Your refuge - one of the fourteen villa suites overlooking the stunning Caribbean. The tailor-made service encourages you to give in to your desires, such as a massage on your private terrace while you gaze at the ocean, or a gourmet picnic created by the restaurant Le Toiny, or relax under the shade of the Paillottes and Coconut trees with a delicious cocktail whilst watching the surfers catch waves on the azure-blue ocean.

  • Things to do in St. Barts: Toiny Beach: Spend a relaxing day at Toiny Beach, located just steps away from the hotel. This secluded beach is ideal for sunbathing, swimming, and surfing, thanks to its beautiful scenery and Atlantic waves.

  • Hiking: Explore the scenic trails around Hotel Toiny and venture into the surrounding hills and countryside. Hiking opportunities abound, offering stunning views of the coastline and lush landscapes.

  • Surfing: With its Atlantic-facing coastline, Toiny Beach is a popular spot for experienced surfers. Catch some waves and enjoy the thrill of surfing in the turquoise waters of St. Barts.

  • Scenic Drives: Take a leisurely drive along the coastal roads of St. Barts to discover hidden beaches, picturesque villages, and breathtaking viewpoints. Don't miss the chance to explore the island's charming towns and scenic overlooks.

  • Island Exploration: Rent a car or hire a guide to explore the many attractions and scenic spots around St. Barts. Visit historic sites like Fort Gustavia, tour the island's art galleries and boutiques, and discover the local culture and cuisine.

  • Water Activities: Indulge in a variety of water sports and activities, including snorkeling, paddleboarding, kayaking, and jet skiing. The crystal-clear waters of St. Barts offer excellent opportunities for aquatic adventures.

  • Beachfront Dining: Enjoy a romantic dinner or casual lunch at one of the beachfront restaurants near Hotel Toiny. Sample fresh seafood, tropical cocktails, and French-inspired cuisine while taking in the stunning ocean views.

  • Spa Treatments: Relax and rejuvenate with a spa treatment at Hotel Toiny's Serenity Spa Cottage. Treat yourself to a massage, facial, or body treatment, and unwind in the tranquil surroundings of the spa.

  • Shopping: Explore the upscale boutiques and designer shops in Gustavia, the capital of St. Barts. Browse for luxury fashion, jewelry, and souvenirs, and indulge in a shopping spree in this chic Caribbean destination.

  • Sunset Watching: End your day with a sunset cocktail at Hotel Toiny's beach club or one of the island's scenic beach bars. Watch the sun dip below the horizon and enjoy the breathtaking colors of the Caribbean sky.

Jade Mountain, St. Lucia

Best time to visit St. Lucia: May to June

5-Star Resort

Rising majestically above the 600 acre beach front resort of Anse Castanet, Jade Mountain Resort on St. Lucia’s south-western Caribbean coastline is a cornucopia of organic architecture celebrating St. Lucia’s stunning scenic beauty. Architect owner Nick Troubetzkoy has expanded upon his philosophy of building in harmony with Caribbean nature in his creation of Jade Mountain St. Lucia. The bold architectural design – individual bridges leading to exceptional infinity pool sanctuaries and rugged stoned-faced columns reaching towards the sky – makes Jade Mountain St. Lucia one of the Caribbean’s most mesmerizing resort experiences. Expect grand sweeping spaces where bedroom, living area and an extravagant private infinity pool glide into one another to form extraordinary platforms floating out into nature. With the fourth wall entirely absent, Jade Mountain’s sanctuaries are stage-like settings from which to embrace the full glory of St. Lucia’s Pitons World Heritage Site, and of course, the eternal Caribbean Sea. Wrapped around an infinity pool with a dazzling kaleidoscope of colors, the Jade Mountain Club celebrates James Beard Award winner Chef Allen Susser’s “Jade Cuisine.” Hovering in space above the Jade Mountain Club is the Celestial Terrace, perfect for sunset cocktails or stargazing. A wide range of spa services can be enjoyed in the privacy of the Jade Mountain sanctuaries or at Kai en Ciel, Jade Mountain’s boutique spa and fitness studio. Enjoy the exclusivity and privacy of Jade Mountain with all of sister resort Anse Chastanet’s restaurants, bars, boutiques, art gallery, spa, scuba, bike and watersports facilities as well as 2 soft sand beaches available and easily accessible to Jade Mountain guests by foot or resort shuttle at all times.

Things to do in St. Lucia:

  • Visit the Pitons: Jade Mountain Resort offers stunning views of the iconic Pitons, Gros Piton and Petit Piton. You can hike Gros Piton for a rewarding experience and breathtaking vistas of the island.

  • Snorkeling and Diving: Explore the vibrant underwater world of St. Lucia by snorkeling or diving near the coral reefs. Anse Chastanet beach, located near Jade Mountain, is known for its excellent snorkeling and diving spots.

  • Sulphur Springs: Take a guided tour of the world's only drive-in volcano at Sulphur Springs in Soufrière. You can soak in the therapeutic mud baths and enjoy the mineral-rich waters.

  • Botanical Gardens: Visit the Diamond Botanical Gardens to admire the lush tropical foliage, exotic flowers, and the Diamond Waterfall. It's a tranquil oasis perfect for a leisurely stroll.

  • Piton Falls: Hike to Piton Falls, a hidden gem nestled in the rainforest near Soufrière. The trail offers beautiful scenery and leads to a refreshing waterfall where you can swim and cool off.

  • Beach Day: Spend a day relaxing on the black sand beaches of Anse Chastanet or Anse Mamin, which are located within walking distance of Jade Mountain Resort. Enjoy swimming, sunbathing, and water sports activities.

  • Boat Tours and Sunset Cruises: Take a boat tour along the coast to explore secluded coves, hidden beaches, and picturesque bays. Sunset cruises offer romantic views of the coastline and the setting sun.

  • Chocolate Tours: Discover the art of chocolate making with a tour of the Emerald Estate Cocoa Farm or the Boucan by Hotel Chocolat. Learn about the cocoa cultivation process and indulge in chocolate tastings.

  • Rainforest Adventures: Embark on a zip-lining adventure through the rainforest canopy or take a guided hike along nature trails to explore the lush vegetation, tropical birds, and wildlife.

  • Local Cuisine: Experience the flavors of St. Lucian cuisine at restaurants and eateries in Soufrière. Don't miss the opportunity to try local specialties such as green fig and saltfish, callaloo soup, and grilled fish.

*For more on St. Lucia, please see my previous blog post: 10 Tropical Places to Visit (

Sanctuary Cap Cana, Punta Cana

Best time to visit Punta Cana: March - May

5-Star Resort

Adults-only Sanctuary Cap Cana is set along a stretch of pure white sand beach in the Dominican Republic, just 15 minutes from Punta Cana International Airport. This luxurious 324-suite resort breathes romance, resembling a colonial Spanish castle town perched on a cliff by the ocean. Combining beautiful architectural design with impeccable service and lavish accommodations, this all-inclusive resort is a vacation paradise like no other. Sanctuary Cap Cana is located in Cap Cana, a private gated community retreat inside Punta Cana. Cap Cana is made up of 30,000 acres of flawless beaches, and oceanfront valley roads. It is the ideal destination for any type of traveler, with a variety of things to do, such as, water sports and outdoor activities, and high-quality restaurants. This destination is also home to Punta Espada Golf Club, which is considered one of the best golf courses in the Caribbean. All of Sanctuary's five à la carte restaurants offer both indoor and alfresco seating as well as 24-hour room service. For those seeking a sanctuary for the senses, the spa offers a sublime atmosphere of pure indulgence and pampering.

Things to do in Punta Cana:

  • Beach Day: Punta Cana is renowned for its stunning beaches with soft white sands and turquoise waters. Spend a relaxing day at Bavaro Beach, Macao Beach, or Playa Juanillo, where you can soak up the sun, swim, and enjoy water sports like snorkeling and kayaking.

  • Water Adventures: Explore the underwater world with snorkeling or diving excursions. Discover vibrant coral reefs, colorful fish, and other marine life at popular spots like the Coral Gardens or Catalina Island. You can also try other water activities such as parasailing, jet skiing, and deep-sea fishing.

  • Saona Island Excursion: Take a day trip to Saona Island, a picturesque paradise known for its pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters. Cruise along the coast, relax on the beach, swim in the natural pool, and enjoy a delicious Dominican lunch served on the island.

  • Ziplining and Adventure Parks: Get your adrenaline pumping with ziplining adventures at parks like Scape Park or Bavaro Adventure Park. Soar through the treetops, traverse suspension bridges, and enjoy panoramic views of the jungle.

  • Cultural Experiences: Learn about Dominican culture and history with visits to local attractions such as Altos de Chavon, a replica Mediterranean village, or the Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park, where you can explore nature trails and freshwater lagoons.

  • Golfing: Punta Cana is home to several world-class golf courses, including Punta Espada Golf Course, La Cana Golf Course, and Corales Golf Course. Enjoy a round of golf with breathtaking ocean views and challenging terrain.

  • Adventure Tours: Embark on off-road excursions with buggy or ATV tours through the countryside and along rugged trails. Explore hidden gems, visit local communities, and experience the beauty of the Dominican Republic's natural landscapes.

  • Horseback Riding: Discover the beauty of Punta Cana's countryside on horseback. Ride along scenic trails, through lush forests, and along the beach, and experience the local culture and wildlife.

  • Catamaran Cruises: Set sail on a catamaran cruise along the coast, where you can enjoy scenic views, swim in secluded coves, and indulge in refreshing drinks and snacks onboard.

  • Wellness and Relaxation: Treat yourself to a day of relaxation and pampering at one of Punta Cana's luxurious spas. Enjoy massages, facials, and other treatments inspired by traditional Dominican techniques.

Sandals Grenada

Best time to visit Grenada: December - April

5-Star Resort

Known as the Sandals of tomorrow, this all-inclusive resort in Grenada defies every convention of traditional design. It’s an exotic hideaway representing island luxury at its best with breathtaking innovations like pools suspended in the sky, and a living room in a beachfront pool. Expect the unexpected with an all-inclusive vacation on the beautiful Pink Gin Beach, while trying world-class scuba diving and enjoying a choice of ten specialty options. Take in the energy of the rhythmic nightly celebrations at one of six hotel bars including everything from sophisticated open-air beachside bars to chic clubs all with premium liquors all included all of the time. There are 10 restaurants to choose from at this location.

Things to do in Grenada:

  • Spice Plantation Tours: Discover Grenada's rich history as a spice-producing island with tours of spice plantations such as Belmont Estate or Dougaldston Estate. Learn about the cultivation and processing of spices like nutmeg, cinnamon, and cloves.

  • Grand Etang National Park: Explore the lush rainforests and volcanic landscapes of Grand Etang National Park. Hike scenic trails, visit the picturesque Grand Etang Lake, and spot wildlife such as Mona monkeys and tropical birds.

  • Underwater Sculpture Park: Dive or snorkel at the world's first underwater sculpture park located near Moliniere Bay. Admire the art installations created by British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor, which have become artificial reefs teeming with marine life.

  • St. George's: Visit the capital city of St. George's, known for its colorful architecture, historic forts, and bustling markets. Explore attractions like Fort George, Fort Frederick, and the Grenada National Museum.

  • Annandale Waterfall: Take a short hike to Annandale Waterfall, located near St. George's. Swim in the natural pool beneath the waterfall and enjoy the surrounding rainforest scenery.

  • River Antoine Rum Distillery: Tour the River Antoine Rum Distillery, one of the oldest rum distilleries in the Caribbean. Learn about the traditional rum-making process and sample the strong and flavorful local rum.

  • Carriacou and Petite Martinique: Take a day trip to the nearby islands of Carriacou and Petite Martinique. Explore pristine beaches, colorful coral reefs, and charming villages, and experience the laid-back island life.

  • Sailing and Boat Tours: Set sail on a catamaran cruise or yacht charter to explore the coastline of Grenada. Enjoy snorkeling, swimming, and sunbathing, and admire the scenic views of the island from the water.

  • Local Cuisine: Indulge in Grenadian cuisine at restaurants and eateries near Sandals Grenada. Try local specialties such as oil down, callaloo soup, and seafood dishes like lobster and conch.

Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal, Mexico

Best time to visit Los Cabos: May - June

5-Star Resort

Enter through Mexico’s only private tunnel and emerge into a world of authenticity & luxury, one designed to anticipate your every need, delight the senses, and foster a deep connection with the natural surroundings. More than a resort, Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal is an immersive experience that celebrates the heritage of Mexican culture and cuisine, nestled between the cliffside and the brilliant blue Pacific Ocean. Leave your cares behind and create unforgettable memories while relishing the privacy of your own spacious room, suite, villa, accommodation casita or private home, each with a private plunge pool and ocean views to calm and inspire you. Discover the finest gourmet experiences in Los Cabos presented in spectacular settings. A celebration of authentic Mexican flavors and traditions as interpreted by Executive Chef Gustavo Pinet, each of two restaurants, from the cliffside Personal El Farallon to the comfortably chic Don Manuel’s, will leave indelible memories of the tastes and experiences of Baja. A luxurious spa is also available for your wellness and relaxation.

Things to do in Los Cabos:

  • Beach Activities: Relax on the beautiful beaches of Los Cabos, such as Medano Beach, Lover's Beach, and Santa Maria Beach. Enjoy swimming, sunbathing, snorkeling, paddleboarding, and kayaking in the clear turquoise waters of the Sea of Cortez.

  • Whale Watching: Embark on a whale-watching excursion to witness the incredible sight of humpback whales, gray whales, and blue whales migrating through the waters of the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortez. Whale watching season typically runs from December to April.

  • Sportfishing: Experience world-class sportfishing in the waters off Baja California Sur. Charter a fishing boat and try your luck at catching marlin, dorado, tuna, and sailfish, among other prized game fish.

  • Snorkeling and Diving: Explore the diverse marine life and underwater landscapes of the Sea of Cortez with snorkeling and scuba diving excursions. Discover vibrant coral reefs, underwater rock formations, and colorful fish species.

  • Golfing: Tee off at championship golf courses in Los Cabos, known for their stunning ocean views and challenging layouts. Play rounds of golf at courses like Cabo del Sol, Palmilla Golf Club, and Quivira Golf Club.

  • ATV and Off-Road Tours: Get off the beaten path and explore the rugged desert terrain of Baja California Sur with ATV and off-road tours. Ride through sand dunes, desert trails, and scenic landscapes, and enjoy panoramic views of the coastline.

  • Cultural and Historical Sites: Visit the historic town of San Jose del Cabo and explore its charming colonial architecture, art galleries, and artisan shops. Discover cultural attractions such as the Mission San Jose del Cabo and the Estero San Jose del Cabo.

  • Sunset Cruises: Set sail on a sunset cruise along the coast of Los Cabos and enjoy breathtaking views of the sunset over the Pacific Ocean. Relax onboard a yacht or catamaran, sip cocktails, and marvel at the colorful sky.

  • Cuisine and Dining: Indulge in authentic Mexican cuisine and fresh seafood dishes at restaurants and eateries in Los Cabos. Try local specialties such as fish tacos, ceviche, and traditional Mexican dishes like mole and enchiladas.

  • Spa and Wellness: Relax and rejuvenate at luxury spas and wellness centers in Los Cabos. Treat yourself to massages, facials, and body treatments inspired by traditional Mexican and indigenous healing techniques.

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