9 Best Vegan Resorts in the Caribbean 2024

Seafood and jerk chicken is all the Caribbean has to offer? Think again.

With this list of 9 vegan resorts in the Caribbean, plant-based travelers can spend their tropical vacation enjoying the lush island nature instead of worrying about food.

These vegan-friendly hotels have the best of what the Caribbean has to offer: coconut white beaches, crystal clear water, and fresh healthy food.

Related: 16 Exciting Vegan Food Festivals in 2022 For Serious Foodies

#1) Anse Chastanet Resort

Where: St. Lucia

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A true Caribbean gem, Anse Chastanet is hidden away in the lush rainforest of St. Lucia. And it’s the very definition of a tropical getaway.

For one, dreamy white sand and crystal clear water are only a short walk away. But Anse Chastanet has more to offer than fabulous views.

Only Anse Chastanet’s culinary repertoire rivals its scenic setting. Not only does the hotel offer several vegan options at all of its restaurants, one of them is 100% vegan.

Choosing from Element’s vegan tapas-style menu is no easy feat. Creative dishes such as bread fruit gnocchi with tomato and lemon thyme, vegetable tempura with jalapeno miso dipping sauce, and raw summer rolls with pineapple and tamarind set the tone for a Caribbean experience foodies will remember.

#2) Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort

Where: Aruba

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The Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort in Aruba is the perfect spot for a luxury eco-vacation.

Among the Caribbean’s greenest hotels, the Bucuti & Tara is the first certified carbon-neutral resort in North America.

The hotel is dedicated to reducing its carbon footprint by sourcing from local suppliers and paying special attention to sustainable electricity. Additionally, it also supports local eco-initiatives. These include the Donkey Sanctuary Aruba, Animal Rights Aruba, and Turtugaruba, a foundation with the mission to protect giant sea turtles.

Elements, the Bucuti & Tara’s in-house restaurant, accommodates travelers with a heart for high-end dining. Named USA Today’s #1 restaurant in the Caribbean, Elements specializes on natural and organic ingredients.

Better yet, the restaurant offers a generous selection of vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options for health-conscious guests. From a vegan-friendly breakfast buffet to a full vegan dinner menu, the Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort has got vegans’ needs covered.

#3) Wymara Resorts & Villas

Where: Turks and Caicos

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Nestled away on the immaculate Grace Bay Beach, this Caribbean sanctuary is textbook paradise.

But the Wymara Resort and Villas has more to offer than *just* breathtaking views. In fact, the resort is among Turks and Caicos’ best dining destinations for health-conscious travelers.

Its in-house Caribbean-inspired restaurant, Indigo, focuses on fresh and sustainably sourced ingredients. For plant-based travelers, award-winning chef Andrew Mirosh cooks up flavorful dishes such as coconut curries, chilled soba noodles, and linguine with barbecued pulled jackfruit.

#4) Atlantis Rejuvenation Center (ARC)

Where: Bimini, Bahamas

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Located on the island of Bimini, this completely vegan B&B is just a 30 minute flight away from Miami.

Don’t be fooled: The Atlantis Rejuvenation Center is more than just a bed for the night.

Specialized in yoga and healthy vegan food, the ARC is a Bahamian hub for connecting with like-minded travelers. Socialize at the B&B’s community room, stroll along the tranquil beach just a stone throw away, or enjoy breathtaking sunsets from the dock. As a special highlight, the ARC offers boat tours during which you can learn (and, if you’re lucky, swim) with wild dolphins.

#5) Hamilton Princess & Beach Club

Where: Bermuda

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Planning to splurge on your next Caribbean getaway? Hang in tight.

The Hamilton Princess is a 5-star luxury hotel with a private beach club and plenty of high-end dining options.

In case you’re traveling to Bermuda via superyacht, the hotel conveniently has its own private marina for guests.

But even if you’re *only* arriving by car you can enjoy the many activities the resort has to offer. Sheltered in the peaceful private cove of Sinky Bay, the adjacent Princess Beach Club is perfect for lounging, tennis, and snorkeling.

Among the Hamilton Princess’ 5 dining locations, the 1609 is among Bermuda’s top vegan-friendly restaurants. According to vegan travelers Justin and Lauren, half of the menu is vegan or vegetarian. Expect to dine on fragrant vegetable curries, Beyond Meat kebabs, vegan tacos, and fresh fruit for desert.

#6) Manchebo Beach Resort & Spa

Where: Aruba

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This one’s for all of the spa lovers. The Manchebo Beach Resort & Spa is recognized as Aruba’s #1 wellness resort.

Located at Aruba’s intimate Eagle Beach, this luxury boutique hotel is a favorite among honeymooners, wellness aficionados, and beach lovers.

If you like to keep active, spend your stay practicing daily yoga and pilates sessions in the resort’s beautifully located beach pavilion. Whether you’ve worked out or not, vegan guests can enjoy fully vegan menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

The Manchebo also pays special attention to providing health-conscious dining options for anyone who cares about their diet, even on vacation.

#7) Palm Heights

Where: Grand Cayman

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At Palm Heights, stunning ocean views are a default. Overlooking the white sands and turquoise waters of Seven Mile Beach, the boutique hotel is the very definition of laid-back Caribbean glamour.

While the hotel’s 4 restaurants and bars serve up Caribbean classics, seafood, and fine Japanese sushi, vegans need not worry. Renowned raw vegan gourmet chef Aris LaTham hosts the occasional vegan workshop at The Coconut Club, one of Palm Height’s very own in-house restaurants.

#8) El Mirador al Mar

Where: Dominican Republic

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Surrounded by lush greenery and just a short 15 minute walk away from pristine beaches, El Mirador El Mar is the perfect vacation getaway from the city hustle and bustle.

Go for an adrenaline-spiked ride in the B&B’s very own dune buggy, explore beautiful coral reefs scuba diving and snorkeling, or channel your zen with peaceful yoga, meditation, and spa sessions.

(Or simply spend the day doing absolutely nothing – no judgement there).

The B&B’s two Italian hosts, Luce and Massimo, go above and beyond to make you feel right at home. Indulge in fresh tropical fruit and freshly cooked vegan and vegetarian breakfasts and lunches cooked up by the two to fuel your vacation adventures.

#9) Sandals Grande

Where: Antigua ( and St. Lucia, Jamaica, Barbados, Grenada, and Bahamas )

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Turquoise waters and romantic beach strolls galore.

Frequented by couples and honeymooners, the Sandals Grande boasts 17 all-inclusive 5-star luxury resorts in the Caribbean.

The Sandals Grande Antigua is particularly idyllic. Here, the adult-only resort is perched on Dickinson Bay, Antigua’s most famous beach.

To top it all off, the Sandals Grande accommodates 11 restaurants, all of which offer vegan options as of 2020 ( the same goes for all other Caribbean Sandals resorts) .

For all of your other special wishes, the resort’s very own culinary concierge is there to help.

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