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Caribbean Confusion – Where to Soak up the Sun?
April 18th, 2009

You need a vacation – some place sunny and warm where you can enjoy beautiful beaches and a little bit of pampering without breaking the bank or being on a plane for twelve hours. fjallraven kanken mini The Caribbean sounds ideal, but how do you choose which island(s) to visit?

This week’s post will be focused on a reader’s question a week or so ago. coque samsung parappa custodia iphone mini pro max 12 ret8331 migliori cover per iphone 7 020fml He stated that he he’s heard great things about the Caribbean, but doesn’t really know what each island offers. fjallraven kanken classic backpack plum As a honeymoon planner who books a lot of trips to the Caribbean, I can assure you that this reader is not alone in his uncertainty. graphite fjallraven kanken backpack classic the misfits custodia iphone mini pro max 12 ret9162 Custodia Cover iphone 11 pro max joker and queen L0378a Case Below are a few guestions to help you start to narrow down your search. nike soldes Make sure to check back later in the week for the next blog in this series. Adidas NMD Men custodia cover iphone 11 12 mini pro max steven universe and friends x00244

I want an all inclusive, where should I go?

Jamaica, Dominican Republic, St. Lucia, and Mexico are known for their all-inclusives. NIKE SB DONNA St. coque iphone coque samsung asics soldes Thomas, St. labazza Martin, Aruba, Antigua, Anguila, Turks and Caicos and several others also offer a few all-inclusive options.

What’s the best destination for scuba and snorkeling?

Bonaire, the Cayman Islands and Cozumel on Mexico’s Caribbean cost are among some of the top dive spots in the world, though you can find opportunities for diving and snorkeling virtually everywhere in the Caribbean. nike air max 90 outlet fjallraven rucksack no 21 medium autumn leaf

We’d like something quieter, less touristy. coque huawei coque huawei What are the best options?

The best bet is to avoid those islands that are major cruise stops. cover custodia case iphone 11 X3099 dark vador wallpaper 14eM7 For something more out of the way, the British Virgin Islands, Grenada, Anguilla, St. nike officiel fjallraven rucksack no 21 medium navy Vincent and the Grenadines, St. Custodia Cover iphone 11 pro max Hey Arnold Wallpaper L0514 Case Bart’s, St. coque iphone my hero academia computer custodia iphone mini pro max 12 ret9261 cover iphone 11 nerd Kitts and Nevis and Martinique are all good options. remise nike

Which Islands have the best restaurants, nightlife and shopping?

Aruba is known for all three. nike soldes St. Thomas is also known for it’s shopping (especially jewelry and electronics) and also has some good restaurants and shops. Custodia Cover iphone 11 pro max wolf abstract L0982 Case Many of the resorts, on each of the islands offer restaurant and shopping right on site. coque huawei

Want to learn more? You’re in luck! Our next TraveLuxe issue is our Cruises and Islands issue.

3 Responses to “Caribbean Confusion – Where to Soak up the Sun?”

  1. Morgan says:

    Ultra Distance Marathon Comes to St. Croix

    St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands – August 18, 2009 – The St. Croix Scenic 50 starts at 5 am on January 24, 2010 and is a fifty mile endurance run from Fort Christiansvaern to Fort Frederik and back, ending at The Bucaneer’s Mermaid Beach. This race represents the first “ultramarathon” (anything over a full 26.2 mile marathon) held on St. Croix and a new challenge for endurance athletes on island and around the world.

    From water’s edge to mountaintop to water’s edge and back, the St. Croix Scenic 50 promises to be as challenging as it is beautiful with views of the whole island.

    The course: Starts in Christiansted at the historic fort and leaves town heading west towards Salt River. Runners will then climb Scenic East Drive and follow the Scenic Drive, across the top of The Beast, descending by Ham’s Bluff. The course runs along the shoreline to Frederiksted, looping through town before returning runners along the same route back to Christiansted. Finally, runners continue east past Fort Christiansvaern to The Buccaneer, finishing on the beach.

    Participants will be supported through a number of aid stations approximately 5-6 miles apart. The event will feature an early start for those who may need more than the 13.5 hours allotted and will also be open to 2 person relay teams. The St. Croix Scenic 50 will conclude with an awards banquet and a whole lot of tired feet.

    Check out http://www.stcroix50.com for more information and race updates.

  2. maya says:

    Glad you found it helpful! Part two should be out this afternoon with a more indepth look at a couple of the islands.

  3. Elijah says:

    Very helpful, thanks!

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