Cheap all inclusive caribbean vacation – resorts & vacation packages


This article was written on 15 May 2012, and is filled under 1. Introduction to all inclusive resorts.

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Best Caribbean Islands for Singles

Let’s put it straight: being single should not stop your from traveling and enjoying your experience, solo or with other single friends. Although you can have fun on all the Caribbean islands, some islands are more reknown for their entertainment and nightlife.

The last thing on your mind when traveling would be to be trapped on a destination or on a resort that is overly family or couple friendly. Whether you are in your 30s or in your 50s, you can have a blast traveling and meeting other singles. So if you are single and looking to mingle, check out these island destinations for a great sun vacation.

Quiet paradises

Anguilla and the Cayman Islands are stunning islands for single travelers looking to spend some quiet and peaceful time.

What’s intriguing about Anguilla is that, unlike many other islands, the island itself lacks the new development other neighbouring islands have been upgraded with, which means no casinos, no nightclubs, etc. So what remains? An almost intact local vibe that will suit travelers looking for a quiet and peaceful place.

Although a British Overseas Territory, the Cayman Islands is everything but British-like. Although Grand Cayman island is a fairly busy and touristic island, its sisters Little Cayman and Cayman Brac have a much more quiet and slow pace feel. The delights from the nature (wildlife, marine life, plants, etc) make it a heaven for fishers, divers, snorkelers and all nature lovers.

Fun and Excitement

Looking for fun and excitement? We recommend Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica and St. Marteen/St. Martin island.

With its vibrant nightlife, Trinidad is a wonderful place to have fun. As a matter of fact, Trinidadians take their nightlife very seriously, especially during the carnival. Trinidad has no shortage of entertainment options: nightclubs, lounges, bars, dazzling lights, you will definitely have som egood time in Trinidad. And if you need to unwind, simply take a ferry to Trinidad’s sister island, Tobago, where you can enjoy quiet beaches and eco-adventure tours.

Perfect white sand at Baie Orientale – picture by Mike Roberts NYC

Jamaica is an obvious answer, one that comes in mind when it comes to vacationing in the Caribbean, whether it is for couples, families or single people. Here in Jamaica, you will find an all inclusive resort for all types of interests, all marital statuses and all ages. This large Caribbean island has gorgeous beaches, lots of watersports and a lot of great affordable resorts.

Last but not least on our list is a 37 square mile area called St Martin/St Marteen. Breathtaking landscape, blue turquoise waters, white sand beaches are among what you can expect. Now add a mile of duty free tax free shopping, primarily jewelry stores, a broad array of entertainment including nightclubs, restaurants, casino, and friendly locals, and you get yourself a magical stay in St. Martin/St. Marteen.

So as you can see, there are no shortage of possibilities in the Caribbean for single people. Simply find your niche and dive in!

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