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Guadeloupe, Martinique or St Martin?

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Planning a vacation for the upcoming winter. I cannot decide between Guadeloupe, Martinique, and St Martin. I am a single dad and will be vacationing with my three sons - 20, 18, and 13. The boys would like to surf and scuba dive and try other water sports. We love French culture - cusine, language, and music as well as learning of indigious culture, the blended cultures, and exploring the geography of the region. I do not think a place "too quiet" would be ideal for the boys - night-time activity and a little "European" shopping would fit the boys temperment. Great food and great beach and island exploration plus experience of the blended cultures in activities and recreation is what we are after. The boys are comfortable with their ability in the French language.

I welcome any suggestions as we quickly try to determine an ideal place and begin booking. Thanks.
#Guadeloupe, #Martinique, #StMartin, #teenagedboys,

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