Have you ever dreamed of staying in an overwater bungalow on the beach?
These are the most beautiful underwater bungalows in the Caribbean to escape to on your next vacation!
Staying in an overwater bungalow in the Maldives or Bora Bora is a bucket list item for many travelers. But you don’t have to fly halfway across the world to experience an overwater bungalow.
These Caribbean overwater bungalows are much closer for American travelers, and many are more affordable too.
Some of the best overwater bungalows in the Caribbean are at Sandals Royal Caribbean in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
This all-inclusive resort offers a collection of South Pacific-style overwater bungalows where you can wake up and go for a swim in the crystal-clear turquoise waters around you before taking advantage of the many activities, amenities, and dining options included in your stay.
2. British Virgin Islands
The Bitter End Yacht Club in the British Virgin Islands has recently reopened after several years of closure due to Hurricane Irma, and they are welcoming back guests with the introduction of their all-new overwater bungalows.
This resort, which has long been popular with sailing and yacht enthusiasts in the Caribbean, is only accessible by boat, making it a secluded hideaway in one of the most beautiful parts of the world.
Another great choice for overwater bungalows in the Caribbean is Palafitos Overwater Bungalows, located in Tulum, Mexico. This resort is set on exclusive Maroma Beach, known for its white sand and crystal-clear water.
Guests can enjoy the stunning beauty of Mexico’s Caribbean coast in this enclave of 30 luxury overwater bungalows. You can watch the sunrise and sunset from your bungalow, some of which include private plunge pools.
4. Turks & Caicos
If you’re looking for a romantic and secluded getaway, the overwater bungalows at Amanyara in Turks & Caicos will not disappoint.
Set against an 18,000-acre nature preserve on one of the islands’ most beautiful beaches, this luxury resort offers overwater bungalows that will become your own personal paradise.
Thatch Caye Resort in Belize offers some of the most affordable overwater bungalows in the Caribbean if you are looking to experience tropical luxury on a smaller budget, with rates starting at $699 USD per night for a couple.
This resort, which is located on a tiny island off the coast of Belize and only accessible by boat, is also all-inclusive. You’ll be able to enjoy meals and activities like kayaking, paddleboarding, and snorkeling in your own secluded island getaway.
6. Antigua & Barbuda
Another one of the best overwater bugalows in the Caribbean is the collection at Royalton Antigua in Antigua & Barbuda.
This all-inclusive resort is known for being one of the most luxurious on the island, and their overwater bungalows are held to the same high standard. Each one includes a private plunge pool and additional exclusive amenities to make your trip as relaxing as possible.
How Much Do These Caribbean Overwater Bungalows Cost?
These are the best overwater bungalows in the Caribbean that are only a short flight away for American travelers.
While overwater bungalows are a luxury travel experience, some of these Caribbean overwater bungalows offer more affordable rates than those in the Maldives or Bora Bora.
Rates at these overwaters bungalows start at:
- Sandals Royal Caribbean in Jamaica: From $2,267 per night all-inclusive
- Bitter End Yacht Club in British Virgin Islands: From $1,840 per night
- Palafitos Overwater Bungalows in Mexico: From $1,988 per night
- Amanyara in Turks & Caicos: From $1,800 per night
- Thatch Caye Resort in Belize: From $699 per night all-inclsuive
- Royalton Antigua in Antigua & Barbuda: From $1,894 per night all-inclusive
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