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St Kitts does. I believe there might be some in St Lucia as well .... if I remember right our guide said they imported the white sand from Guyana to cover the beach I was on in St Lucia because tourists didn't like the black sand as much......

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They are scattered across the Carib. Many throughout the Lesser Antilles include

Black Bay Beach Grenada, several beaches on Monserrat, Rosalie Beach Dominica, Plage de Salee a Bananier Beach Guadeloupe, Anse Chastanet St Lucia, Black Point St Vincent, Saint Pierre Beach Martinique (historic Mont Pelee).

Also many in central Smerica like The beaches of Cahuita, Costa Rica.

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