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Finding a vacation deal in the Caribbean

Finding a vacation deal in the Caribbean: "From Aruba to Jamaica, from the Cayman Islands to the Virgin Islands, there's lots of ways for New Yorkers to enjoy the Caribbean.
Choosing the best deal and best vacation for your money depends on what you're after.
A key cost factor is how easy it is to reach a certain destination. Shopping around for discounted package deals may produce bargains. Also pay attention to whether flights are nonstop or require connections.
It's best to choose where to go based on your preferred activities. You're more apt to find worthwhile golf courses in Bermuda or Aruba, for example, than the Bahamas. Certain islands are also more popular for diving and snorkeling, hiking or beach activities."

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