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Laura asks…

Need an all inclusive resort in the caribbean for under $1500?

Me and three friends (all male) are looking for an all inclusive resort to go to in the caribbean for under $1500. Three of us are single so we aren’t looking for a honeymoon spot, just some place where we can get crazy and have a good time. We’ve already been to Jamaica so we don’t want to go there and we have no interest in going to mexico due to the craziness going on down there. Any suggestions???

Tijuana answers:

There are a lot of great places in the Caribbean. Some of the top ones are:

Aruba Has many fun things to do. The sunny skies, sandy beaches, blue water, and cool breezes make it a great place for swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling, windsurfing and more. On land there is a goldmine, natural bridge, chapel and more to see.

Barbados has a coastline of around 60 miles (not bad!). The capital is Bridgetown. The tourism has grown because the island offers something to families, couples, sports enthusiasts, and those who love the sun, sand sea and cool ocean breezes.

Grand Turk Island is constantly rated as some of the best diving in the world. The continental shelf plunges 7,000 feet just a few hundred yards from shore. Coral reefs and crystal clear water make diving conditions great.

Martinique Island has a rich and fascinating history and is a wonderful sun, sand and water playground.

Jamaica was the home of Ian Fleming who was author of the James Bond series. Is beautiful, a favorite spot for honeymooners and the third largest of the Caribbean Islands after Cuba and Hispaniola.

St Martin is unique because it is really like two islands in one! There is St Martin (French side) and Sint Maarten (Netherlands side). St Martin is known for some of the best beaches and restaurants in the Caribbean. It is calm and relaxed. Sint Maarten is known for Holland’s anything goes philosophy.

US Virgin Islands consist of Saint Croix, Saint John and Saint Thomas (and other smaller islands). They are all beautiful, but be careful in choosing the right one to visit!



P.S. You may also want to consider a cruise to the Caribbean.

Mary asks…

Which resort is better in Cabo San Lucas?

So, i’m booking a trip for my husband and I and some friends. We are younger couples and are looking for a good and relaxing time in cabo san lucas. I pretty much narrowed it down. I’ve been looking at the Melia Cabo Real and The Royal Solaris. My decision also depends on which one is closest to the night life in cabo san lucas. I would really appreciate anyone’s opinion and input! Thanks!

Tijuana answers:

Hi, you can always look them up on


Royal Solaris

I’ve stayed at the Melia all inclusive in Puerto Vallarta, my review:
Meliá is a top notch all inclusive, well known throughout Mexico. The Melia is perhaps the best all inclusive as far as Food and activities go. Rich Mexicans know this and of course bring their families along. We stayed at the Melia in Puerto Vallarta and there were 3 kids clubs! One for toddlers, one for 4-12 year olds and one for teens with video games etc . They even had a picnic campout sleepover one night and activities for the kids all day long!

Carol asks…

What’s a good adults-only all-inclusive beach resort?

I’d prefer that it not be in mexico.

Tijuana answers:

I used to work in a travel agency and one of the top places the agents sent couples for all-inclusive resorts were Excellence Resorts in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Excellence has many resorts around the caribbean, but the DR resorts had better rates because they are newer and are still getting their name known. Most people think Bahamas or Jamaica, which is why you pay more there, but resorts and beaches look the same as DR.
I have a friend that honeymooned at rivera maya excellence resort (I know you said no Mexico) but she and her husband loved and said the food, service and spa were amazing.

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