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Vitamin D is nature’s cure-all for healing the mind, body, and soul — best accomplished while lying on a Caribbean beach with a piña colada in hand. Parts of the islands have been recuperating after last fall’s storms and, in fact, nearly three-quarters of the 1 million-square-mile region weren’t impacted at all. Find some of our top picks for where to spend your next rejuvenating vacation.
Unwind in Anguilla
Rebounding after Hurricane Irma, Anguilla’s vibrant culinary scene is cooking again, the island’s celebrated beaches are pristine and airlines are adding more flights every day. Wellness enthusiasts will be thrilled to learn that Zemi Beach House, Hotel & Spa has already reopened its doors. The resort’s acclaimed spa, located in an authentic 300-year-old Thai house, is home to Anguilla’s only Turkish-style hammam and offers an array of treatments. Use your complimentary $100 in credit toward a Thai Qi Fusion massage or a Taino bathing ritual. Or opt for a delightful dinner at Stone restaurant, which focuses on Anguillan traditions and local ingredients — like the fisherman’s stew that is a bountiful bowl of mahi-mahi, calamari, lobster and other fresh-from-the-boat seafood. With everything from sunrise yoga to rum tastings to snorkeling off rose-colored Shoal Bay East, you can experience the best of Anguilla without stepping foot off the 6-acre resort.
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Even more Caribbean-bound travelers are feeling Jamaica’s relaxed vibe this year. Since the island was fortunate to be out of the hurricanes’ paths, numerous flights and cruise ships were diverted to laid-back Montego Bay in the aftermath. The palm-fringed city is home to historic Rose Hall (Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall and Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall), renowned music festivals and one of the Caribbean’s most iconic resorts, Half Moon in Montego Bay. Treat yourself to a Jamaican bush bath or other indigenous treatments using fresh herbs, roots, leaves, and fruits at the region’s largest spa of its kind. You can arrange a private yoga lesson by the water, ride horses along miles of beachfront and get back to nature on meandering trails through 400 manicured acres of land. More wellness-oriented activities like motorized water sports and use of the golf range are always included. Plus, our exclusive amenities — including airport transfers, daily breakfast, and a welcome gift — will ease you into the island state of mind.
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Tranquility in the Turks and Caicos Islands
Among the archipelago’s many magnificent beaches, coral reef-protected Grace Bay consistently ranks among the most breathtaking in the world. This beautiful stretch of beach is located on Providenciales, where Amanyara claims its own secluded area with a marine national park right offshore. The resort’s name is Sanskrit for “peaceful place,” and the on-site Nature Discovery Center connects guests to its serene environment and unique wildlife with eco-hikes, naturalist-led kayaking tours, and a sea turtle tracking program. Spa treatment pavilions and a yoga space are set around a tranquil pond that’s ideal for indulging in a water-flotation treatment or Pilates session. Exclusive benefits such as a sunset cocktail and canapés by the pool add to your overall sense of calm.
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These are just a few of our favorite Caribbean hotels and resorts. Tourism is vital to the Caribbean’s recovery, so your wellness vacation will help the region find its wholeness as well.
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