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DESTINATIONS BEACHES CARIBBEAN LEFT:


Beaches Negril,


Jamaica RIGHT:


Underwater


Sculpture Park, Grenada


BELOW:


Cockleshell Bay, St Kitts


w BEST FOR FAMILIES Long Bay, Negril, Jamaica: A stroll along Jamaica’s premier beach reveals craft stalls, fruit stands, music bars and vendors offering horse rides and glass-bottomed boat trips. Long Bay in Negril, as its name suggests, goes on and on – and then on some more. Around five miles of white sand gently shelves into shallow, turquoise waters that rarely get choppy, making it ideal for little ones.


It doesn’t have to cost a


packet to hang out here, either. Family rooms can be had at simple, beachside B&Bs such as Rooms Negril. But for clients who want to thoroughly spoil their offspring, nothing tops Beaches Negril. Here, kids can feel like, well, kids in a sweet shop. There’s Pirates Island water park, plus hydrobikes, kayaks,


building or just relaxing, with beach hawking banned.


Youngsters can learn about turtles and coconuts, or go crab hunting and green monkey spotting


paddleboards and even a kids’ scuba programme, plus plenty of indoor activities for when they need some time out from the sun.


Palm Beach, Aruba: More calm waters await on this Dutch island’s party strand. Book a day cruise from the jetties or a banana boat ride from one of the kiosks. Broad and long, it has plenty of space for the likes of beach tennis, volleyball, sandcastle-


Four Seasons Resort Nevis: For upscale and educational kiddie activities on another child-friendly sweep of sand, suggest Four Seasons Resort Nevis. Youngsters can get involved in a sea turtle conservation programme, learn about coconuts – from growing to picking – or go crab hunting and green monkey spotting.


w BEST FOR WATER SPORTS Cockleshell Beach, St Kitts: This nook of soft sand on the southern reaches of the island is St Kitts’ water sports hub. You could make it across to neighbouring Nevis and back by renting a kayak or small catamaran from here, trade winds permitting. Lessons in


paddleboarding, waterskiing, kite surfing or the wacky sport of flyboarding are all on the menu too.


Jabberwock Beach, Antigua: On the more rugged northeast of the island, this bay catches the cross winds, so beginners can hone the tricks of the trade while staying close to land, while further along the bay, adrenaline junkies can test their skills to the limit. Experienced instructors are on hand and all kit can be rented.


Grand Mal Bay, Grenada: Do some sightseeing via paddle power from pretty Grand Mal Bay. Push off aboard a glass-bottomed kayak and you soon reach Grenada’s Underwater Sculpture Park to see an array of sea- barnacled statues. It’s just north of the capital, St George’s.


60 travelweekly.co.uk 30 August 2018


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