Caribbean Islands Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • Announcement:
  • Recent Spam Attacks
    by mkataoka Fodor's Editor | Posted on Nov 28, 16 at 01:31 PM
View all Caribbean Islands activity »
  1. 1 Best use of 800,000 Hilton points for family with toddlers?
  2. 2 Bahamas help
  3. 3 Bitter End Yacht Club or somewhere else?
  4. 4 Cayman VS Jamaica
  5. 5 Good time of year to visit Turks & Caicos
  6. 6 ANTIGUA & DOMINICAN REPUBLIC CASINO SCAM ALERT!!
  7. 7 Best Itinerary - Brazil, Puerto Rico, Dom Republic and Cuba
  8. 8 New Destination
  9. 9 aruba planning advice
  10. 10 Fun Family Lunch Spot in Anguilla?
  11. 11 Trip Report Thanksgiving Week in St. Thomas
  12. 12 Fun Ideas for Christmas Eve Family Dinner?
  13. 13 Transfer from Havana to Varadero
  14. 14 Atlantis Resort Bahamas
  15. 15 A few questions about Sonesta Great Bay
  16. 16 St Lucia - Where to Stay
  17. 17 Barbados Beaches
  18. 18 Negril Jamaica- upcoming stay at Sandals Beaches resort
  19. 19 Peterson
  20. 20 Which island for first visit? April/May
  21. 21 Cuba weather in March
  22. 22 Puerto Rico Itinerary help
  23. 23 Woman, alone, islandhopping
  24. 24 Which islands for an extended vacation?
  25. 25 Puerto Rico
View next 25 » Back to the top

Honeymoon in June: St Lucia, St Kitts, or St Martin/St Maarten?

Jump to last reply

Getting married June 2011 and looking at Caribbean honeymoon destinations. The budget would probably be about $4,000 for 1 week: flying out of Boston. Looking at a place that offers more than just the beach: historic sites, some nightlife/bars, rainforest, rum factory, etc. We like the idea of a lush, tropical paradise with rainforests, varied scenery, etc. 3 places that really appeal to us are St Lucia, St Kitts, and St Martin/St Maarten. There seems to be some good deals that time of year. What can people tell me about these places? Is the rain more of a late afternoon shower or a total washout in mid to late June? Any real safety concerns with either locale?

2 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement