Caribbean Islands Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • How do you plan your trips?
  • Please help us learn by participating in a brief survey.
View all Caribbean Islands activity »
  1. 1 Bahubalii&& 1800^^346@@4875**Norton tech Support Phone Number
  2. 2 Snorkeling trip ideas
  3. 3 St. Barts
  4. 4 Restaurant Recommendations
  5. 5 Day trip FROM Anguilla
  6. 6 Anguilla booked and now where else?
  7. 7 PR or USVI
  8. 8 Which Caribbean island?
  9. 9 Trip Report Cuba, March 2017, what an experience!
  10. 10 Grand Cayman Top Dining and To-do's
  11. 11 Barbados hotel in St. James
  12. 12 Which island should we visit? Non-windy beach + all-inclusive?
  13. 13 Luxury Hotel off the beaten path celebration?
  14. 14 Turks and Caicos/ Beaches/ Restaurants
  15. 15 Trip Report Punta Cana; Bavaro Beach area, Dom. Rep.
  16. 16 SWIMMING AND FOOD...WHICH ISLAND TO CHOOSE?
  17. 17 5 days in Havana
  18. 18 Puerto Rico Itinerary help
  19. 19 Where to look for a villa on Bermuda with private staff
  20. 20 which Caribbean Islands don't have a big stray animal problem
  21. 21 Using USA credit cards in Cuba
  22. 22 Ten reasons you might not want to visit Cuba
  23. 23 resorts for age 50-60 wedding anniversary
  24. 24 10 pm arrival St. Maarten
  25. 25 Scrub Island Resort
View next 25 » Back to the top

20 Somethings on a Budget

Jump to last reply

We're a younger couple (25\24) looking to spend around 3500 for a week.

I would like a nicer room, I really love those open air places but I know most of those are out of our budget. We would like to explore... lots of hiking, diving, kayaking. We really just want to take in the outdoors but have somewhere beautiful to come back to eat and sleep.

We haven't been researching long.. other than knowing the Dominican Republic is the place most within reach, we're kind of at square one. What are some great luxurious hotels with great activities and minimal contact with other people's children? We defiantly want to avoid family resorts. We aren't the clubbing type- but we do love to drink. I'm a bit of a foodie. Are all inclusive places cheaper in the long run?

4 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement