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Can't believe Turks & Caicos has not come up yet. Tons of resorts in your price range and the place is absolutely beautiful.
This post was edited by coolrahski 17 months ago
"Ohhhh, man I wish I could go back in time. I'd take state."
My wife and I went to the Sandals resort at Antigua 2 years ago. It is all inclusive, including snorkeling, boating and other excursions. No need to leave the resort with like 9 restaurants and tons of bars. We loved it, and I didn't see any children there.
Someone else mentioned the Sandals at St. Lucia earlier. That was our 2nd choice.
This post was edited by bdmcfarland7 17 months ago
The US Virgin Islands. St. Thomas or St. Croix in particular.
Both have pristine beaches. Both also benefit from having US laws (no small thing if any hassles arise).
And of the two, I am somewhat partial to St. Croix. It has Buck Island a protected National Park located just over a mile off shore. If you like to snorkle or scuba dive, it's spectacular.
And as for accomodations, The Buccaneer in St. Croix is very nice. See link below:
Special offers on The Buccaneer packages - deals on hotel vacation packages and luxury hotels in Saint Croix, US Virgin Islands.
Congratulations!! About the honeymoon, exactly what he said. Loved Sandals Antigua. Lots of great memories. We are hoping to get to Sandals St. Lucia for our 5 year anniversary. (our second choice as well) One of the reasons we picked Antigua was how close the resort is to the airport. A friend of mine had a 3 hour bus ride to the resort from the airport at another location. I didn't want that.
Do Kauai in the Hawaiian Islands. Fly into Oahu and stay on Waikiki Beach for a couple nights and then take the 30 minute flight to Kauai. Stay either @ the Princeville Resort in Hanalei on the north shore or the Hyatt Resort on the south shore in Popui. North shore has the beautiful mountains and super charged bays/beaches while the south shore has endless beaches with lots of activities. You'll love it. We've gone every year for the past 15 years and fall in love even more with each visit. You cannot match the beauty of the Hawaiian Islands anywhere else in the world. I know because we've been all over the world and still migrate back to our island. There's really nothing to do but you will stay busy all day long doing all sorts of neat things from snorkeling, scuba diving, zip lining, 4 wheeling through the jungles, golf (outstanding courses @ Popui and Princeville), tennis, walking the beaches, mountain climbing and trail hiking is superb, kayaking and many more fun things.
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