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Couples Carribean Vacation in November

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Hello, my boyfriend and I (and possibly another couple) are in our late 20s/early 30s, and we are looking to take a 5-7 night All-Inclusive vacation in the Caribbean in November. I would love some suggestions as to which parts of the Caribbean would be our best bet, or even specific resort recommendations if possible.

I know hurricane season is not officially over until the end of November, but we really want to go away when it's cold here (NYC area), and before Christmas. Does anyone know if we should be okay weather-wise by mid-November? We would probably want to avoid the Thanksgiving crowds.

We are definitely looking for something on the beach, with a nice pool and a few restaurant/bar choices besides the (all-inclusive staple) buffet. We want somewhere relaxing, but also not a place that goes to sleep at night. We don't need a club, but some night-life, preferably without having to travel outside the resort, even though the option of doing that would also be nice. A casino would be a plus, and some attractions (whether it be a scenic town, some ruins or a rainforest) for a day trip or two.

We have been to Jamaica, Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic sort of recently so ideally we would like to try a new place. Our budget is probably $1,000-1,500 per person for everything.

I appreciate any help! Thanks! Kaya

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