Dog Friendly Beaches in Mexico & the Caribbean

Dog friendly beaches are heaven on earth for Fido. And since sandy paws equal happy dogs, we’ve sniffed out the best beaches in Mexico & the Caribbean where dogs can run, swim, and frolic in the sand. Use the links/map below to find a dog-friendly beach in Mexico & the Caribbean.

Pet Friendly Hobie Cat Beacch
Hobie Cat Beacch Isla Verdes' Hobie Cat Beach in Puerto Rico allows dogs on the beach. You can bring your pet with you for a day in the sand. See Details
Pet Friendly Land's End Arch
Land's End Arch At the southernmost tip of the Baja peninsula, you'll find the Land's End Arch, one of Cabo's most famous landmarks. This area is comprised of a large cluster of rock formations that were carved into fantastic shapes by wind and sea. During low tide, many visitors like to walk Fido here along Playa del Amante because it allows for a better view of an eroded passageway called the Arch of Poseidon. See Details
Cabbage Beach Cabbage Beach is the ultimate destination for dogs and their owners. It is rarely crowded with beach goers, the water is absolutely beautiful, there are some trees where dogs and their people can sit under the shade and look out onto the water. Dogs can run and play and do what they do best. There is a parking lot nearby for those who drive in but the beach is also walking distance from any hotel, home or apartment on Paradise Island. It's fabulous! See Details
Harbour Island This island is easily accessible from North Eleuthera airport (ELH) and is considered the "Nantucket" of the Bahamas - where the rich and famous play. On the east side of the island is the Atlantic Ocean and three miles of pink sands beach - rated as one of the top beaches in the Caribbean. The west side is the harbour side and where the water taxis bring people in from the airport. Dogs are welcome at Harbour Island, however a pet permit is required for entry from outside of the Bahamas. Visit In order to bring a pet from outside of the Bahamas in, you will need a pet permit for entry. Visit the website for more information on permit fees and requirements. See Details
Cane Bay Beach and Sunset Beach Cane Bay Beach and Sunset Beach on the island of St. Croix are very dog friendly. However one must note that dogs are not allowed to be unleashed during any turtle hatchings per National Park rules. See Details
Playa Zicatela Spend the day in Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca Mexico surfing with your dog on the best beach in Mexico. See Details
Coral Beach Coral Beach, also known as Playa Mirador II, is Latin America's first pet-friendly beach. As a Blue Flag Beach, it has extremely high standards for the quality of water, safety, ecological education, specific services like wheelchair access and general environmental management. For everyone’s benefit, the beach is outfitted with palapas, showers, bathrooms, a parking lot for cars and bikes, lifeguards, and in future, a playground for dogs will also be added. See Details
Punta Antón Lizardo Beach Punta Antón Lizardo is a dog-friendly beach in Veracruz, Mexico. Located 23 kilometers south of the Port of Veracruz, this picturesque fishing village is known for being the home of a number of wild beaches. The dog beach is 17 kilometers in size, which gives you lots of space to run and play off-leash. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that their pets leave behind and to make sure that they are under voice command. From the beach, take a stroll with your leashed pup to the tourist area of ​​Cocoaventura, containing bamboo huts full of fun activities. See Details
Isla Blanca Dogs are welcome to frolic on this quiet beach located 30 km north of Cancun. Located on an isolated strip of land that has the Chacmuchuc Lagoon on one side and the Caribbean Sea on the other, the beautiful beach features wildlife like spider monkeys and sea turtles. Watch kitesurfers in the water while you play a game of fetch with Fido. Getting here can be a bit tricky, so be prepared for a rocky ride. Bring plenty of water for you and your dog. Beach clubs are scattered along the beach if you get hungry. See Details