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This is the only place I knew to go to for this question. Im planning on taking the wife on an extended weekend trip to paradise. Im thinking the Virgin Islands would be perfect, especially Jost Van Dyke. This would be our first time traveling out of the country so Im not sure the protocol for all of that. If you all have any other suggestions or ideas it would be greatly appreciated. Not really on a crazy tight budget but Im always lookin to spend less money too so please try to include an estimated price. THANKS AGAIN
I am always an Aruba fan. Got married there. Guaranteed good weather.
Want my soul to feel brand new like a fresh coat of paint, we can make it anything but blue anything but blue
Diego Garcia would be cheaper???
"Your Mouth Keeps Signing Checks that Your Body Can't Cash"
Couples Negril Jamica. Adults only all inclusive, 5 resturants, two pools. Airfare and hotel included. Excellent. Mini bar stocked daily in the room with whatever you want.
Aruba is my favorite
Turks & Caicos. Very underrated and you can have a top notch stay for a reasonable price. Great planning site at kayak.com.
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This or St Thomas. Never been to Caymans but I heard its very expensive (and awesome). Been on a bunch of cruises and Turks and St Thomas were by far my favorite islands with St Thomas having the slight edge. Can't go wrong with either one tho. Saw a lot of Aruba, it's a very beautiful island but there is nothing to do there. Found it very boring compared to Turks and St Thomas.
Biras Creek and Little Dix Bay resorts are both very, very nice. Pricey, but the deals include excellent meals. Take along the snorkel gear.
Currently looking into all of these fellas.. thanks so much gents!
Where ever you are looking to go, use bookit.com. They have the cheapest all inclusives that I have found. Only when you are outside of the United States though, when I look for something in the states it is always high.
We go to Montego Bay Jamaica every other year and we alway's get all inclusive rooms from $67 per person per night. We will stay in the hotel for 4 days and with airfare it is always right around $1000, but I will have to pay airfare for my son this year so it will be a little more.
Check out Turks and Caicos. Paradise! I like it best out of any Caribbean island.
Gotta look at Barbados!!! Look at the crane resort... safe and amazing!
Liebs Island, great bargain this time of year.
I've been to almost all the locations mentioned in this thread and there are a number of choices you can't go wrong with (Papagayo in Costa Rica... Hilton or Four Seasons, Ritz in Caymans, Four Seasons in Nevis)... However, if you're looking for a true hidden gem check out the Regent Palms in Turks & Caicos. This is simply a fantastic resort on an amazing beach with several outstanding restaurants nearby, http://www.regenthotels.com/EN/Palms .
If you want to avoid the hassle of international travel I would suggest Little Palm Island resort in the Florida keys. At max capacity they can accommodate about 25 people. You need to take a launch to access the island from the mainland. Each individual hut has its own outdoor shower. Only go here if you want absolute couple time. No TV. Great spa. World class dining with a table literally where you can stick your toes in the water if you choose. It ain't cheap. 2 nights is plenty. Not too far from Key West (40') so we stay a couple nights in each spot for a variety of atmospheres.
Love Tulum MX - Not all inclusive but cheap, beautiful and lots of great food and drink in a low key setting. Stayed at La Zebra and Mezzanine.
Love Cayman but not as chill as Tulum and way more expensive.
My in laws rave about St Bart's but I believe it's quite expensive.
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