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BVI: Comparable Islands?

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Need some help. With all the devastation in Tortola, my finance and are fear that our honeymoon in Tortola for December 2017 is not happening. We had booked to stay at the Sugar Mill Hotel and obviously feel for those most impacted, but need to start thinking about alternative arrangements. She has been to the Caribbean before years ago, I am first time. BVI's really checked a lot of our boxes and I am having a hard time finding a comparable experience in my mind:

In order of importance:

1) Loved the "secluded" nature of the islands. We are looking for something a little more low key and less crowds, no mega resorts or all inclusives.

2) With that being said, we also don't want to be too cut off from nice dining options and being able to explore. Would love a mix of of a few higher end dining options, but also would love beach shacks with local food and drinks. Americanization is something we are trying to avoid.

3) Beach is important, looking for nice sand and clear water. Also I enjoy sailing and would love the option to explore on a sailboat for day or two. The island hopping of the BVI's was a plus. Snorkeling sounds fun, no real desire to scuba. More interested in nature than shopping or casinos.

4) While having a nice resort with amenities is important, would like a trip with half the time relaxing by pool/beach. And the other half active. Our planed itinerary was 3 days relaxing, one day out to Jost Van Dyke for drinks, one day sailing out to Norman Island for snorkeling and one day up to Virgin Gorda/Baths/Bitter End.

5) Price isn't a huge concern. Was planning on paying about $5k for BVI for airfare and hotel (Than adding in drinks and dining).

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