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Best, Authentic Caribbean destination?

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I'm looking to book a trip with my spouse, and my 17 month old son. I've wanted to go to the BVI's for ever, but am interested in exploring other options too. My son is very well behaved, he's been dining out at upscale restaurants since he was born! So we're not necessarily looking for a "kiddie area" or a hotel filled with tons of kids running around, but we're also not looking to ruin any honeymooners romantic vacations either. I prefer a more authentic experience, lunch on the beach with locals, off road excursions, not touristy at all, while my husband prefers massages, and room service. I'm leaning toward the former though!
Any opinions would be appreciated, I have been to jamaica, puerto rico, aruba, and bahamas, so we'd like to try somewhere else

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