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Mid-20s Couple Caribbean Vacation

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Hello everyone, my boyfriend and I are planning a Caribbean vacation for either early March 2016 or late May 2016 to celebrate milestones. We are unsure where to go as this is both of our first times traveling to this location. We do not have a set budget yet, but are more concerned with the below requirements for experience, rather than costs.

- snorkeling
- white sand beaches
- great food
- not too touristy or crowded; something more mellow would be better
- hotel/resort on the beach

Any advice or guidance on where to narrow our search for either of those timeframes would be very much appreciated. Thanks!

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