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Cheap(er) snorkeling destination

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I just started my research for a chep(er) snorkeling destination for the 2014-15 winter. We'll be in between some other expensive trips, so I'm trying to keep the price of this one low. I know "low" and "cheap" are relative, so let' s say 1500 max for a week accommodation for 2.
We prefer stand-alone villas, but we would be fine this time with maybe a bungalow in a small resort or similar, maybe a condo. A kitchen would be great, but would also love the option to be close to some restaurants.

I know, Jan-Feb is high season, and we also want beach front if possible. Am I crazy?

We loved St.John, Anguilla, Bonaire, Virgin Gorda. I have no idea where to start looking this time...Cozumel? Jost van Dyke? The Grenadines? Please don't suggest Nicaragua or Honduras, we plan longer trips there in the future. Thanks a lot.

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