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What to do on 5 islands on Princess cruise in April

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Taking Princess cruise out of San Juan for a week in April. The 5 islands are St Thomas, Tortola,Antigua, St Lucia, and Barbados. I am not a big beach person - though one day would be fine. So the questions are; Which island for the beach and what to do on the others? The cruise offers many shore excursions but they can be a ripoff. Activities interested in: snorkeling, seeing the non-tourist part of an island, jet-skiing, zip-line, native craft shopping, and enjoying a good native lunch.

Then we have 2 days in Puerto Rico, ideas on what not to miss and restaurants?

any thoughts or ides will be much appreciated. These forums helped on our trip to Thailand and central Mexico.

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