Honeymoon Problem

Old Mar 19th, 2002, 08:33 AM
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Honeymoon Problem

I have a big problem- my honeymoon is in september and i was thinking of heading to the carribean and just learned that it is hurricane season there at that time- so now i am considering either aruba, grenada or hawaii- the problem is that Hawaii does not have all inclusive resorts- and i heard that it can be a little expensive
our budget is under 4500
do you guys think its possible?!and if so how?
 
Old Mar 19th, 2002, 08:39 AM
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Yikes, I've taken our family of four plus my mom to Hawaii for a week and spent less than $5000. Where are you coming from? Even the Four Seasons at $350 per night (7 x$350=$2450) plus $1000 spending money leaves you with $1000 for airfare. From the east coast that might be tricky, but you can probably get a deal in September after school is in session. Good luck!
 
Old Mar 19th, 2002, 08:58 AM
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We cruised the Caribbean during hurricane season with NO problem. It was less expensive and less crowded. Granted, it is a risk but I would do it again wothout hesitation.

My brother and his wife DID get stuck on St. Thomas however during Hurricane Hugo. It extended their hooneymoon by a week and they had quite an adventure, one they will never forget. They remainded safe throughout though at times,things did get a little scary. Despite it, they said they would return in September.

I would consider still going- but know that it could be tricky- whatever- congratulations & enjoy!
 
Old Mar 19th, 2002, 09:13 AM
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Isn't it hurricane season in Grenada in September. Try Bonaire and Curacao in addition to Aruba.
 
Old Mar 19th, 2002, 09:16 AM
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We honeymooned in Aruba. You're only 15 miles from Venezuela and away from the hurricane belt. It was a great, relaxing vacation. Lovely beaches, good food, casinos and we rented a car just for one day to hit the minimal amount of sightseeing...
There's a good mix of all-inclusives and regular resorts there too.
 

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