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Honeymoon Help in June

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My fiancé and I are looking to book our honeymoon the end of June (2013). We are looking to the Caribbean but I’m a bit overwhelmed with the choices for both islands and resorts. We have been to Jamaica before and I loved it. Stayed at an AI (Secrets Wild Orchid). Loved everything about Jamaica but obviously looking to go somewhere new. Would like to stay away from Mexico and Dominican. Open to both all inclusive options and not AI.

We are beach people. While it is our honeymoon, we’d like a nice mix of relaxing on the beach, doing a few day trips….maybe charter a boat for the day, explore the island. A decent nightlife would be a plus but not a necessity. (Similar to Jamaica)

Any suggestions you can provide would be good. Would like to keep everything when all said and done around $7k - $8k.

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