Post # 1
We are getting married early October and will take our honeymoon right after. What are some all inclusive resort suggestions for that time of the year?
We are open to any location really that has nice beaches such as Cuba, Dominican Republic, Hawaii, Aruba, Bahamas, Bermuda….
So any suggestions as to where to start?
Post # 3
Can’t go wrong with Hawaii. Everyone says Maui is ideal for honeymooners. I was told to avoid the Big Island, not sure why, though. Also no chance of hurricanes but you will have to deal with a little tropical rain. 🙂
Post # 4
Grenada is outside the main hurricane belt and is rarely ever in the path of a storm. There are also direct flights from Toronto but it is a little bit more expensive than other islands. They do have a few all inclusive resorts, and just opened up a Sandals this week.
I lived in Grenada for three years and loved it, I would highly recommend the island for a vacation.
Post # 5
If your budget allows it, I would recommend my country, Cape Town in South Africa. It is super beautiful, basically zero chance of Hurricanes and you really get your moneys worth. Tons of places, resorts and hotels you can choose stay at (With different price tags of course). You will never get bored as there are tons of activities like Wine Tasting in the beautiful vinyards to Shark Cage diving for more adventure seekers!
Post # 6
October is prime time in the Atlantic Hurricane Season… June 1st thru November 30th… with the BIGGEST storms happening August, September and October.
The only part of the Caribbean that doesn’t see Hurricanes is the the area that lies off of South America… The Dutch Antilles Islands (aka the ABC Islands) of Aruba – Bonaire – and Curacao.
Out of all the places on your list… I’d look at going there in October… or Hawaii
(NOTE – Hawaii can get Hurricanes too… but the Pacific Hurricane Season tends to be strongest earlier… so the summer months. And if you are doing research on that phenomena, you’ll find that in the Pacific they are called Cyclones and not Hurricanes)
Hope this helps,