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Hell I am looking for a Caribbean destination for a group of friends and myself. Our ages range from 22-26 and there will be about 10-15 people going. I would like help finding a place were there are fun activities and relaxing activities during the day and a nice night life. A place where there is a couple places to go out at night and that don't close too early. Any help would be greatly appreciated, Thank you all.

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    I’m always seeing great All Inclusive hotel specials for the Dominican Republic but I’ve never been there. Playa Del Carmen in Mexico also has a lot of great AI options at affordable rates. I stayed at the Riu Playacar. The food was good and the beach was nice. We had a fun time. It didn’t blow me out of the water though.

    I did stay (twice) at a great All-Inclusive hotel in Negril, Jamaica called “the Grand Pineapple”. It’s one of the smaller AI’s on the seven mile beach strip. It’s centrally located and right next to Alfred’s (which is a party place with live music many days of the week). It’s also close to a dance club called “The Jungle”. There is always something to do at night in Negril, especially if you’re a big group. I’ve always had a blast. During the day, it’s fun to just explore the beach strip and sun bathe on the loungers while sipping pina Colada’s. they have water sport equipment for use, Like Kayaks and such. I always mean to use them, but I never got around to it. The price at the Grand Pineapple is reasonable (Compared to the other A.I.’s on the strip) It’s also not like a prison. You can wander in and out as you choose. Definitely worth checking out.

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