Caribbean Islands Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Caribbean Islands activity »
  1. 1 http://naturalfitnesspoint.com/dsn-pre-workout/
  2. 2 A few questions about Sonesta Great Bay
  3. 3 US Cash in Cuba
  4. 4 Peterson
  5. 5 aruba planning advice
  6. 6 Looking for island choice help
  7. 7 Need Help picking the right WARM Caribbean Vacation
  8. 8 HELP! First-time vacationer to Caribbean in need expertise
  9. 9 Gifts for Cubans - ElectricalOutlets
  10. 10 Destination Wedding- affordable
  11. 11 Help with post tour stay Cuba
  12. 12 St. Croix or St. Thomas
  13. 13 So very lost trying to plan..please help
  14. 14 Timothy Beach or Oualie Beach? St.Kitts vs. Nevis
  15. 15 September Anniversary Trip to Turks & Caicos
  16. 16 Turning 40 in the Caribbean
  17. 17 cell phone & wifi in Cuba
  18. 18 Dream 50th Anniversary
  19. 19 Westin or Marriott in Grand Cayman?
  20. 20 Casa Particular in Trinidad
  21. 21 Help picking a resort
  22. 22 any advice about the Cayman Islands?
  23. 23 Butler room in Sandals Grande Riviera Ocho Rios
  24. 24 Life in Turks and caicos (Provo)
  25. 25 Trip Report St Barths and Anguilla Trip Report (April 2016)
View next 25 » Back to the top

Honeymoon planning in the Caribbean (Help Needed)

Jump to last reply

Hi Everyone!

I've been reading a lot of comments to get suggestions for our honeymoon but thought it might be best to start my own message so that we can get your thoughts based on our "wants" for a great honeymoon.

We will be traveling in early August 2011 and staying for 7 nights. Some of the places we are considering are Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Virgin Islands, St Lucia, and the Virgin Islands. Right now we don't want to go to Mexico, Jamaica, or Cayman Islands as we have been to these places before. However, we are open to other places if you have one that you think fits our needs.

Things to we want in our honeymoon........

***Great Beach and with some privacy. (no fighting for chairs in the morning)

***Cottage type feel to the resort. We would like to find a resort that at least feels small and cozy. We don't want to feel like we're in a hotel room..

***Adults only...preferably no children (negotiable)

***Close enough where we can walk or drive safely to a populated area to shop and dine with local establishments. We want to explore and not spend all our time during the day on the resort.

Right now our budget is $2500-$3500 for the resort.

We've been visiting Fodors.com and Luxuarylink.com for suggestions. Let me know if you have another great travel website that we might want to consider.

We REALLY appreciate your help!!!!!!!

9 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement