Secluded beaches caribbean

Looking for a place where you can spend some lone time with your loved one? Here are Secluded Beaches Caribbean to end your search.Check out the list of islands that will offer you the ultimate experience of lifetime.

The Caribbean isn’t exactly known to be cheap, but you can stretch your dollar pretty far on certain islands — even when traveling during the winter high season. Popular hot spots like the Bahamas, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, and others offer great value in terms of easy access and well-priced lodging and dining options.

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But some off-the-beaten-path islands, from Montserrat to Tobago, are also worth seeking out for the extraordinary bang for the buck that they provide. All-inclusive holidays dominate the scene on most of these islands — great if you want a worry-free, value-packed vacation, but limiting if you want to experience the destination beyond the resort gates; don’t overlook smaller, locally owned villas and inns for terrific, cost-effective alternatives.

1. Aruba

It’s no surprise that this Dutch-owned island is a popular destination for package holidays — sun-kissed and chockablock with sparkly casinos and pretty beaches, it receives frequent direct flights from the U.S. and has a plethora of all-inclusive options. You’ll find great value on this budget Caribbean island in the form of spa resorts, private villas, and brand-name hotels like Marriott and the Hyatt Regency.

Great Value Hotel — Manchebo Beach Resort and Spa: This excellent-value beach boutique hotel is set on a pristine stretch of sand with a first-rate spa and rooms with fine Indonesian-style furniture, private patios or balconies, and flat-screen TVs.

2. The Bahamas

Located about 50 miles from Florida and easily accessible on nonstop flights, this 700-island archipelago is a prime spot for sun-soaked holidays that don’t break the bank.

The perennially popular Paradise Island offers sand beaches, stellar entertainment, and mega-resorts along Nassau and Cable Beach; another affordable destination is Grand Bahama Island. The vibe on these budget Caribbean islands suits a wide range of folk, from families to adventurous young couples.

3. Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic offers both affordability and atmosphere in one fell swoop. Vacationers come for the coral-lined coast, first-class shopping, and Vegas-style casinos and nightlife. Throw in a handful of interesting museums, pulsating culture, easy access from the U.S., and a wealth of all-inclusive resorts, and you get a delightful holiday on a budget Caribbean island that won’t damage your net worth.

4. Jamaica

Jamaica, home to relaxation, reggae, and rum at pocket-friendly prices, is an ideal island destination. This sunny Shangri-la is packed with a broad array of all-inclusive resorts and affordable lodging options. Plus, it’s a breeze to reach this budget Caribbean destination on direct and often very affordable flights (sometimes for as little as $250 roundtrip) from the U.S.

Ref: http://www.nbcnews.com/id/40359971/ns/travel-destination_travel/t/budget-caribbean-islands/#.UaWbCdg8Dhg

Puerto Rico

History, sand, and rainforest combine to make Puerto Rico the perfect vacation mix of relaxation and cultural discovery. Between exploring the forts in San Juan (both San Felipe del Morro and San Cristobal are UNESCO World Heritage Sites), El Yunque rainforest, and taking a tour of the Casa Bacardi Rum Distillery, make sure you leave enough time for the beaches.

Why It’s A Good Value

With its proximity to the mainland, not to mention the plethora of low-cost carriers offering service to the island, Puerto Rico is an ideal location for an inexpensive vacation.
You also don’t have to worry about currency exchange, or remembering your passport.

With nonstop flights from more than 20 U.S. cities, finding low fares is easy. American uses the island as a hub for the other Caribbean destinations it serves, and starting May 3, JetBlue is adding a twelfth weekly flight to San Juan from Boston. Also look to AirTran, Spirit, and Sun Country (seasonal service) when searching for flights.

Curacao

The colorful buildings in Curacao, not to mention the year-round 80-degree weather, minimal rainfall, and 65 individual snorkeling and diving sites, are sure to brighten up your stay. See 1,500-year-old Caquetios Indian drawings at the Hato Caves, visit the oldest synagogue still in use in the Western hemisphere, or take a dive to the Mushroom Forest, Airplane Wreck, or Tug Boat.

Why It’s a Good Value

Competition from several airlines, including American, Continental, and Delta, helps keep prices low. Air Jamaica also offers connections via Montego Bay. Like Aruba, Curacao provides reliable, affordable bus service that serves the resort areas.

The Curacao NOW program is offering $200 in instant credit, $200 food and beverage credit, one free night, and more when you book a vacation package by March 15. The offer is valid for travel May 1 through July 4 and August 15 through December 18. For more specials, check out Curacao’s official tourism website. The site also has a handy Vacation Matcher, which generates a list of suggested activities based on who you’re traveling with and your interests.

Best Beaches

Lizabet suggests Cas Abao, since “the water was crystal clear and perfect for snorkeling … This was a cove, but even so it was not crowded.” She also notes the “gorgeous view” and the “huge rock formations framing the cove.”

Ref: http://www.smartertravel.com/travel-advice/photos/the-10-best-budget-islands-in-the-caribbean.html?id=4402522&frame=8

Enjoy your stay at Secluded Beaches Caribbean and have a splendid time there.

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