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Honeymoon in Dominica?

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My fiance and I are starting to plan our honeymoon. We're between a trip to Costa Rica or to the Caribbean. If we choose the Caribbean, we're looking for islands that are a bit off the beaten path with a low-key, authentic feeling. We've heard good things about Dominica. Though it sounds as if the beaches aren't the big draw, there seem to be a lot of positives around the culture and the opportunities to explore unique natural settings. Our trip will be in March and we're planning on two weeks.

We're looking for any thoughts/suggestions in terms of Dominca (or other similar islands). Is two weeks too long for that one island? Are there any other islands that we could somewhat easily do a combination with (perhaps St. Lucia)? I've also looked into Guadeloupe, but don't know much about it.

Any thoughts/suggestions/advice would be appreciated!

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