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    Cozumel for laid back beach chilling and world class diving. Take the ferry to playa del Carmen to party. Don't worry about the hurricane- get cheap travel insurance that covers it. Check world nomads. over 7 years ago

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    Frequent Caribbean traveler here. St. Thomas and St. Martin(the Dutch side)...are two u don't want to miss!! I want to retire there! over 7 years ago

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    Aruba is one of the best places to visit to avoid the hurricanes. The Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort is quite reasonably priced with a great beach. Details are here:

    http://search.costeffectivetravel.com/Hotel/Amsterdam_Manor_Beach_Resort.htm

    The service is very good here and the staff will be able to recommend some good places for you to eat out. over 7 years ago

    Answered by Andrew via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Tobago. One of the lesser known and less expensive islands. Try the local food, it is wonderful. Wonderful beaches, great diving and half of the small island is a nature preserve. Tobago is south of the hurricane belt. Www.visittnt.com over 7 years ago

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    Hi there,

    The Caribbean is good place to visit. It attracts many vacationers because of its sunny weather, mild temperature and breeze. However its temperature is consistent rainfall varies greatly from one destination to another and it occurs heavily during September and October. These are the months with the fewest visitors arrived there. I think the most beautiful beach in the Caribbean is Puerto Cruz beach in Margarita Island where you definitely enjoy the nature’s beauty and delicious foods you want.

    If you are having trouble finding the best place to travel, you will be pleased to know that there are some good travel agencies that offer amazing discounts around whole Caribbean. An example of one of the good travel agency is http://www.koshertravelers.com/cruises/2013/caribbean-bermuda-12-22/default.asp there outstanding programming, food and scheduling is always on top. I think they might help you in the right direction. over 6 years ago

    Answered by Pansy D via Site_iconTripping

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