And now for something completely different (small Caribbean resorts)

Looking for an island getaway in the Caribbean where you are one of only a handful of tourists?  Here are three excellent recommendations.

Bitter End Yacht Club's sailing school

This is a haven for sailing and snorkeling enthusiasts.  There’s lots to do at this 85 unit resort, and there’s great energy in the air in this sunkissed spot.  You’ll find sailing school and regattas scheduled throughout the year.  A solid choice for sun-loving romance travel, as well as for the family that likes to experience adventure and activities together.

Amanyara Resort, Turks and Caicos

Amanyara Resort in Turks & Caicos

For serene luxury, consider Amanyara in Turks and Caicos.  This 60 unit resort property sits next to Northwest Point Marine National Park.  The units are open-air Asian pagoda style, and the property exudes a calming persona.  Suitable only for adults (couples as well as those traveling solo) who just want a peaceful escape.

Coyaba Beach Resort (Jamaica)

Coyaba Beach Resort, Montego Bay Jamaica

This small 50 room property is located in the Rose Hall area near Montego Bay Jamaica.  It is convenient to the airport, and yet will offer you an intimate and laid back 4 star experience that you might miss with the mega resorts.  This is perfect for the couple that wants to get away from the crowds.  While families are welcome, it’s more for the sedate adult traveler.

 

These resorts may take a bit more effort to get to (an extra flight connection, or limited flight options), and are definitely more expensive, apples to apples, compared to a Riviera Maya all-inclusive option.  But if you’re looking for a little variety, these are great choices!

Call or email for your vacation package quote today.

~Happy travels!  Cindy Grant, CTA, Reconnect Travel & Expert Family Travel.  972-625-6200 Located in The Colony Texas, in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area (near Plano and Frisco)  Serving clients across the US.

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