Caribbean Islands Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Caribbean Islands activity »
  1. 1 AVG@ Installation renewal CONTACT ☎18006817208 AVG Tec*h supp0rt 24/7
  2. 2 AVG@ Installation renewal CONTACT ☎18006817208 AVG Tec*h supp0rt 24/7
  3. 3 Currency Americans Should Bring to Cuba
  4. 4 Christmas vacation
  5. 5 Havana hotel questions, and assorted others
  6. 6 New Years Parties, Caribbean 2017/2018?
  7. 7 1st time to Barbados
  8. 8 st.thomas vs st. croix
  9. 9 Americans warned not to visit Cuba
  10. 10 Punta Cana for Christmas and New Years
  11. 11 Advise for first timers to St.Lucia
  12. 12 St Lucia Trip Ideas
  13. 13 Restaurants & Activities In Grand Cayman
  14. 14 GTC
  15. 15 Trip Report Booking hotels in Cuba
  16. 16 Trip Report Anguilla is like a DREAM!
  17. 17 Which Out Island for laid-back, uncrowded and quiet vacation?
  18. 18 Trip Report Cayman Islands travel report
  19. 19 Trip Report Cuban Cigar & Scavenger Hunt - Travel Report
  20. 20 Curacao times 2
  21. 21 Beach w Nightlife in Barbados
  22. 22 private Havana Cuba tours from cruise ship
  23. 23 Hurricane effect on Anguilla
  24. 24 Trip Report Bermuda Travel Report
  25. 25 Cuba Help
View next 25 » Back to the top

Which Island to Visit

Jump to last reply

Hi,
This may be too broad of a question, but I am hoping someone who has been to many islands can help me. My husband and I will be going away for 1 week next April or May for our 10th anniiversary, we are in our late 30s. After much discussion we think we will end up in the Caribbean (although Cabo and Hawii are on our short list also).

A few criteria
* We are going to mostly relax at the hotel - we want a nice pool and beach front
* Other than snorkeling (would love to see turtles) we are not really into any water sports
* Would like to rent a car for a day and drive around and see something (nature formations and/oristorical sites), so we want a safe island
* Nightlife would be nice but not a must
* I would not say money is no object, but we are not looking to go lower end either

I have been to Nassau/Paradise Island, Grand Bahama Island, The Dominican, Jamaica, Aruba and short visits on a cruise to Grand Cayman & Roatan. We are not looking to repeat what we have already done. I would consider an all-inclusive but am still undecided.

I was considering St. Thomas, Puerto Rico, Turks & Caicos (although I have heard there is not much to do there other than the beach). Thoughts on these or other suggestions.

9 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement