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mid-march getaway?

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I've done a good bit of research but thought I'd get your opinions. Never been to the Caribbean, but I'm a HUGE fan of Maui because of its scenery and the ability to either relax or explore all that the islands have to offer. I'll be traveling as a couple.

I'm looking for a relaxing beach vacation but in a location where there are plenty of things to do day or night if we get bored. I don't want something so secluded that I can't order a drink from the comfort of my lounge chair on the beach or by the pool. I also don't want to stay somewhere overly crowded and with a bunch of children running around everywhere. I don't want to be anywhere near a crowded spring break mess.

I've contemplated staying a couple of nights on each of the US Virgin Islands (I'm particularly interested in St. John, but I'm not sure if there would be enough to do) or visiting the Cayman Islands or Turks & Caicos.

Specific property recommendations would also be appreciated! Thanks in advance!

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