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Social Resort for Solo Female

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Let me start by saying I've lurked here for a few weeks but have a slightly different variation on the "where to go" posts that I've read.

I have two weeks to spend in the Caribbean in April (somewhat last minute) but it will be solo. I frequently travel solo to the Caribbean for R&R. I have no problems during the day finding activities to do but don't like to go off-resort at night for safety reasons. After 4-5 days/nights of solo travel, I'm ready to go home because there's only so many books to read in the evenings.

But, with two weeks, I'm looking for a resort with a social vibe. I'm not looking for a hook-up spot but a respectable, social place where I can stay up until 11 pm with company to talk to instead of curled up alone with a book. Any recommendations?

Location isn't relevant... so long as it's warm enough for the beach/pool in mid/late April. I've been to Turks and Caicos, Grand Cayman, Jamaica, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, Aruba, Anguilla, Bahamas, and other spots. I don't mind a repeat but would prefer an island that has some off-resort excursions (hiking or water sports). I get sea-sick so no cruises. I'm mid-40s and my budget is US$500-800/night.

While I'm not cross-posting to the CA forum, I'd consider a Belize or Costa Rica resort recommendation if anyone has one.

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