Quick Travel Guide for the Caribbean

Do you love the Caribbean as much as we do? There are so many options for travel in this area – the water is warm and it’s great for kids. But how do you pick the best family vacation spot with so many options?

Do you love the beach? Check out Aruba with 35 beaches or the Cayman Islands with its 7 mile beach. Do you love great restaurants on vacation? Maybe Barbados is the place for you. Love to dive and snorkel? Then you must check out Bonaire and the Bahamas.

Maybe your family loves to golf? Did you know that Jamaica has the most championship golf courses in the Caribbean? You will definitely want to check it out.

If all you really want to do is relax and chill then for sure you should consider the Turks and Caicos and Anguilla. White sandy beaches, warm breezes and lots of chill resort to choose from.

Easy Planet Travel has this great infographic which gives you a great snapshot of the Caribbean and what each island offers with this Quick Travel Guide for the Caribbean :

nfographic Guide to Caribbean



The Caribbean, with more than 700 gorgeous islands, is the perfect spot for a winter vacation. December to April is the best time to visit, and yet, you can go year-round and find beautiful weather too (it’s a little more of a gamble during hurricane season from August to October, but you can still get a sunny and hot week). Scattered across the Caribbean Sea, the islands are close enough to make it the world’s premier holiday spot for cruising, but still so different, that it’s sometimes hard to choose one over another. Here are a few pointers to help you choose between them.

Be sure to also check out Tripadvisors 10 Ten Islands in the Caribbean for even more ideas.

All Inclusive Resorts Article – Are They are Right For You?

All Inclusive Resorts  ArticleThis all inclusive resorts article will tell you the bottom line. All-inclusive resorts can really help vacationers get the most out of their travel dollars. Today, over 400 hotels in the Caribbean and Mexico are either all-inclusive resorts or offer all inclusive packages.

Destinations such as Aruba, Cancun, St. Thomas, and Bahamas have an infrastructure that is well suited to all-inclusive and not all inclusive resorts because there is a wide election of restaurants and amenities for tourism. Jamaica and the Dominican Republic on the other hand don’t have the tourism infrastructure in place and are best suited for all inclusive vacations.

You’ll want to consider carefully before choosing an all inclusive resort. Resorts do vary — some are designed for couples, some for singles, some for gays and some for families. Some cater to a younger or older crowd. There are also some that offer clothing-optional activities. For obvious reasons, most of those don’t allow children under 18.

The resorts come in all shapes and sizes. Some include airfare and hotel. Some include airfare, hotel, transfers, and some meals. Others include all meals and activities, but not airfare. Often, purchasing airfare as part of the package can be a better deal than doing so separately, unless you are using frequent flier miles.

Many all inclusive resorts have, as part of their program, child-care facilities that are often a resort-within-the-resort for children, a “day camp” that is special and that kids look forward to attending. And many all-inclusive resorts give incredible price breaks to children (they don’t drink liquor, after all,) while some even have no charge for children up to 17 sharing their parents’ room.

What are the advantages of all-inclusive vacation resorts?

The security of knowing that one price covers everything, with none of those nasty surprises that can blast a hole in any family’s travel budget. All meals, entertainment, activities and sports, as well as airfare and accommodations, are generally included in one price. You can forget your worries about carrying lots of extra cash for expenses, and just sit back and enjoy your vacation.

Who should check out an all inclusive?

Travellers who are: on a tight budget, travelling with the kids, receiving the trip as a wedding gifts or getting married on the honeymoon.


So, is an all inclusive resort right for you?

  • If you are the type of traveller that enjoys sampling all of the local fare, then spending all of your time at an all-inclusive resort is probably not for you. If you like to go somewhere just to relax and not worry about taking out your wallet every couple of hours to pay for food, drinks, or activities, then there’s probably an all-inclusive resort that’s just right for you.
  • If you like to stay up all night partying and drinking, if you want to take advantage of all the included watersports and activities, if you want to have food and snacks available all day and if you don’t want to have to worry about the final bill when you check out, an all-inclusive is definitely a viable option. Some resorts even boast 24-hour room service.
  • All-inclusive resorts can be costly. On the other hand, they can also provide great value. If you are going to a destination where the cost of meals, snacks, liquor and activities are expensive, and your hotel or resort is high-quality with an expensive nightly rate, an all inclusive might end up saving you money.
  • If, on the other hand, you don’t drink much, you enjoy lazing on the beach and getting an early nights sleep, you are dieting and choose simple salads for your meals, you would probably be overspending for an all-inclusive resort. Bear in mind the drinks are only the cheap local which are not very strong.
  • On the down side of all-inclusive vacations, some folks get a bit weary of dining in the same restaurant night after night. The resort rooms may be smaller than standard hotel rooms. Some, not all of the all-inclusive resorts provide shows. Some of them have different show every night.
  • Some resorts have kids clubs for the little ones. Kids clubs begin at any hotel at 4 years of age. Nannies or babysitters are extra costs not included in the all-inclusive package. Almost all the all-inclusives have activities from beach volleyball to bingo and other games.
  • It’s a good idea if you want a cashless vacation in a secured environment, if you are satisfied that the dining options offered will be suitable for your tastes, if you take advantage of the watersports, child-care and bars.
  • If you are adventurous and want to spend your days exploring the country you are visiting and your evenings trying in-town dining options, you would be better off choosing a resort that offers that kind of flexibility instead of an all inclusive.


What is usually included in all inclusive vacation package?

  • All meals and drinks, beer, wine, premium liquor and tipping, government taxes, gratuities, entertainment, activities and sports, as well as airfare and accommodations, are generally included in one price.
  • Airfare and hotel transfers are optional when buying all inclusive package. Tipping is not allowed. One benefit of the all-inclusive resort is that the single up-front price covers unlimited activities.
  • Phone calls and items purchased at the gift shop are included. The more expensive all-inclusive resorts is going to have the nice sit-down restaurants. The next step down will have all buffet dining.
  • Tennis and squash courts may be free and often night-lit courts at no charge, but bring your rackets, as you’ll probably have to pay to rent them. Most packages do not include golfing fees. In most cases you have to rent a golf cart, but compared to the price of play on most courses, that cost is negligible.
  • Sailing craft are free as often as not. Snorkels, masks and fins are usually free, but may have a time limit (note: bring masks from home if you can, keeping in mind that the one-size-fits-all variety is often useless on little faces, leaving kids to snorkel miserably with a face-full of salt water). On-property snorkelling is free, but the most interesting underwater sights are usually somewhere else. The latter will cost you, if not for the snorkelling itself, then for the transportation to get there and back.
  • With motorized sports costs can climb upwards of $60 an hour. Para-sailing is another costly venture. Divers, too, might find an all-inclusive cost-effective. Tanks have to be paid for separately, but diving excursions are included in some of these resorts. If you are not certified, most resorts offer a “resort certification” which will allow you to go on closely supervised guided dives. A resort certification is a great introduction to the sport.
  • If, however, you are already a certified diver, some resorts, such as Sandals, Beaches, and Gala Resorts, offer one or two tank dives a day in their all-inclusive packages.
  • Many all inclusive resorts offer spa treatments as part of their packages, with the option of paying for more intensive therapies.

Do not forget to budget extra cash for some excursions that weren’t included in all inclusive package. A swim with the dolphins, for example, runs about $100 per person — more than small change if you’re travelling with a family of four.


Consider carefully these additional factors before purchasing an all inclusive vacation package.

  • Price is often relative to quality. If it seems too good to be true, it probably is. However, sometimes it’s possible to get an amazing and legitimate deal, as long as you’re looking in the right places – Apple Vacations, Funjet Vacations, TNT Vacations and numerous smaller wholesalers.
  • Look for deals. Check websites for details. Check to see what’s included in the price, so you don’t incur any additional costs that you’re not prepared to pay for.
  • Organize any visas and travel insurance policies well in advance. Your tour operator and travel agent should advise you on all of these but you should also contact the embassy or consulate of the country you are visiting for information about visas.
  • It is important that you speak with your doctor about the necessary immunizations for the areas you are traveling to. When you’re traveling in Mexico, you must take extra care when it comes to drinking water, or fresh beverages that may have tap water added to them.
  • Check ice also – ask if it was made with tap water – it is unlikely that your ice will have been made with tap water; but its worth asking in more rustic establishments and rural areas. Salads can also be dangerous if they have been rinsed with tap water. The rule is – if in doubt,ask first! All main hotels and good restaurants use purified water throughout
  • In order to be eligible for special honeymoon offers and discounts, it’s wise to take a copy of your marriage certificate with you as proof that you are on honeymoon.
  • If you are a single parent, or if your partner will not be traveling with you and your children for whatever reason, you must get a notarized letter from the absent parent, giving consent for the child or children to be traveling with one parent absent.
  • If you are estranged from your partner, and you are the legal guardian of your child / children, you can take a copy of the court order (note: original only – no copies!) with you and this will suffice to get your child or children with you.
  • If you are a widow or widower, you will need to write a letter to explain this and get it, and a copy of the death certificate, notarized and carry both of these documents with you when you travel.
  • If you are under 18 and want to travel without your parents, you will need to carry with you a notarized letter of consent signed by both parents.
  • If you are a lone parent or will be traveling with your children but without your partner, or under 18 traveling alone, get the required paperwork together before you leave. Airlines are now refusing to board lone parents and children and children traveling unaccompanied without this notarized letter of consent.
  • Many hotels in Mexico set age restrictions during spring break. Here’s an example of many hotel Spring Break policy: Hotel will accept individual and student group bookings. A refundable deposit of $200 per person and credit card are required at time of check in. Any credit cards used must be issued in guest’s name. Guests may be required to sign an agreement/list of rules at check in. At least one person per room must satisfy the minimum age requirement for check in for individual student bookings. At least one adult for every 20 students is required for student group bookings.
  • If you or someone in your party is confined to a wheelchair, you’ll want to explore accessibility issues very carefully. Ask your travel agent specific questions that may concern you.
  • Always have a way out. Ask about cancellation policies, and look into travel insurance, especially if you are booking through an online agency.

Choose wisely and make sure the resort’s amenities and programs fit your lifestyle and character, and you’ll have the time of your life!

About the Guest Author of this All Inclusive Resorts Article: Yuri Smolyansky is a webmaster for www.sunvacations.org – The most comprehensive all inclusive resorts directory which features over 400 resorts.

Top Ten Family Travel Tips

Top Ten Family Travel TipsSo I have had the travel bug for a long time now. I travelled when I was single, when I was married, when I had a family – I even travelled while pregnant! I have travelled with my extended family, with friends, with other couples and with other people’s kids. There are a few things I learned along the way and I would like to share my Top Ten Family Travel Tips with you.

So in David Letterman style…..let’s start with Number 10:

10. Pack Less – The rule of thumb is to lay it all out and then remove at least 1/3. Airlines and getting stricter and you do not need to pay big bucks for overweight baggage fees for those clothes you will not end up wearing anyway.

9. Do a Splurge – I love to get a good deal and stay within my budget as much as anyone BUT it is nice to do a splurge on something – whether it is a really nice meal or one night in a beautiful hotel – treat yourself and make a memory.

8. Reduce pandemonium of travelling with kids. How? Prepare for hunger, headaches and boredom by being prepared. Always have the necessary gear on hand including: wipes, kids’ Tylenol, first aid supplies, toys or coloring books, non-perishable snacks and a treat (chocolate, lollipop) to stave off potential tantrums.

7. Scale back on souvenirs. Don’t let vacation travel fill your house with more clutter! Instead, consider these clutter-free options: collecting small ornaments for a holiday “travel tree”, purchasing postcards, assembling a scrapbook or keeping a personal travel journal to remind you of your trip. Also give kids a souvenir budget to stop the “I want, I want, I want”.

6. Save on Meals – Get a room or a rental with a small kitchen and prepare breakfast or lunch yourself. If kids are in tow – be sure to choose kid friendly restaurants – some will let kids eat free or discounted. Share meals or get happy hour deals – some restaurants really fill your plate – share – your wallet and waistline will appreciate it! An all-inclusive resort where meals are included is also a great option.

5. Plan relaxation days and naps – Rest is important for everyone. Be sure to interchange “busy” days with “rest and relax” days. If you are travelling with small children, be sure to plan out times for naps – very important to avoid tired and cranky kids.

4. Budget Extra Time – Things will always take longer than you expect – especially if you have kids or older family members in tow. Factor in extra time and reduce your stress trying to catch your flight or make it to the next attraction.

3. Plan Ahead – Plan out as much you can ahead of time. Find restaurants in the area, attractions and what you are going to do. I usually type out a daily itinerary with all the important information. You can leave room for spontaneity but you want to relax and enjoy your vacation and not spend it searching for where to eat or what to do or the address of where you are going.

2. Be flexible – Even when you plan ahead and budget extra time – lines will be long, traffic will be heavy, flights will be delayed and children (and adults) will get grumpy. But with just a little planning and an open mind, you will survive. Take a deep breath and find something to enjoy right where you are.

And my number one travel tip for you….. Travel More – The new car, remodelling project, and iPhone can wait instead make memories that your family will remember for a lifetime. If you truly want to travel more, you can make it happen.

Club Med La Caravelle – All Inclusive Family Resort

Club Med La CaravelleClub Med La Caravelle, set on one of the most beautiful beaches in Gosier on the island of Guadeloupe, is an all inclusive family resort in the tropical French West Indies. Offering a range of different sports and activities, the Caribbean themed resort is ideal for a family beach vacation as there are many things that both children and adults can enjoy together.

The resort rests on an 1800 foot long public beach made up of fine white sands. The calm sea is perfect for youngsters and a lifeguard is always on duty. Nearby there are several gardens filled with palm, coconut and olive trees as well as a botanical garden. Ideal for family hikes and picnic lunches, these gardens offer a peaceful retreat and a great open space for children to run free.

Included in your package is the Flying Trapeze School and Circus activities, Windsurfing School, Tennis School, archery, sailing, beach volley ball and more! Your kids won’t have time to even think about being bored.

 Club Med La Caravelle Circus

Families staying at Club Med La Caravelle choose between traditional club rooms and more spacious suites, where they’ll find more room for children and more privacy for adults.

Younger kids are treated to Mini Club Med during the day, where they’ll interact with other children their age through sports, activities and meals. Teenagers 12 and over can take advantage of Juniors’ Club Med, which offers supervised parties and activities so that mom and dad can enjoy some alone time.

It is a great classic of the Club Med for teenagers, in which they are distributed into 2 age groups. Teenagers, independence and parties. Club Med offers everything but imposes nothing. A true state of mind, both free and exclusive, which thrills the young.

The Juniors’ Club Med enables teenagers to meet among themselves and participate in activities of their choice while taking part in the life of the resort.

For your information: Available during the following dates:Teens, autonomy and festivities. Offered during school vacations, it’s a Club Med classic for teens, they are split into two age groups(11 to 13 years old and 14 to 17 years old).

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Enjoy Beaches Ocho Rios Waterpark – Pirates Island

Beaches Ocho Rios WaterparkBeaches Ocho Rios waterpark at the Resort & Golf Club in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, and  its newly-expanded Pirate’s Island,  provides guests with a splash-tastic family vacation experience.

After a $3 million expansion to the resort’s existing aqua playground, Beaches Ocho Rios welcomes guests of all ages to a fun and fresh waterpark experience, featuring nine all new slides, rides and wet n’ wild features for the entire family.

The newly-expanded Beaches Ocho Rios waterpark features an expansive 27,000-square-foot Pirate’s Island-themed aqua playground with six new kiddie slides, allowing for Beaches youngest guests to slip n’ slide their way into a memorable Caribbean vacation.

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A treasure trove of wet and wild fun, the waterpark includes a Treasure Isle AquaPlay area, complete with water cannons and a treasure chest.

For the resort’s tiniest waterpark enthusiast, Pirate’s Island has a pirate-themed kid’s zone and zero entry kiddie pool complete with a misting crab, a squirting sea turtle and a splashing seahorse.

Also included in the kiddie complex is a 1,500-square-foot grass sundeck and 7,000-square-feet of pool decks. For the not-so-young but young at heart, the waterpark will also feature a group slide, one tube slide, one body slide and one speed slide, all perfect for a day of coolin’ down beneath the Caribbean sun.

Beaches Ocho Rios Waterpark Fun

The new Beaches Ocho Rios waterpark has a Water Crawl Cargo Net AquaPlay Structure, complete with sea creature-themed stepping-stones including a starfish, an oyster shell and a nautilus shell, made from softplay resilient foam.

For those seeking respite from the sun, the resort also provides guests with plenty of non-aquatic fun, such as Xbox 360® Game Garage Video Game Centers, Crayola Art Camps and exclusive Kids Camps with a full schedule of age-appropriate activities and childcare provided by expertly trained Ultra Nannies.

Beaches Ocho Rios Kids Waterpark

As a proud sponsor of Sesame Workshop, Beaches also offers another exclusive for families – the Beaches Resorts Caribbean Adventure with Sesame Street – where kids can spend their vacation with their favorite furry friends from the Sesame Street gang with daily activities and weekly stage shows.

And when the sun sets at Beaches Ocho Rios exciting entertainment abounds every night of the week.

Guests of all ages are treated to top-notch entertainment, beach parties and special theme nights, including Teen Disco Night where teens can dance the night away.
A place in the sun featuring fun for the whole family, on land and in the water, Beaches Ocho Rios’s newly expanded Pirate’s Island Waterpark join the resort’s extensive list of thrilling activities and unparalleled experiences for a family beach vacation your family will not forget.

Beaches Ocho Rios Resort & Golf Club, a family all inclusive resort, is one of four Beaches Resorts, is located on 22 sprawling acres of rolling green hillside leading to the pristine shores and clear blue waters of the Caribbean Sea.

Experience the Caribbean’s most exciting waterparks at Beaches Resorts!

And for guests staying at Beaches Negril and Beaches Turks & Caicos, they, too, can join in on high water adventures. Both resort locations feature their very own Pirate’s Island Waterpark so that all guests – big and small – have the opportunity to enjoy the coolest aquatic attraction in the Caribbean.


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Sandals Resorts for Families

Sandals Resorts for FamiliesAs listed here on our site, Sandals Resorts for Families are actually the Beaches Resorts. Sandals – the sister resorts for adults only – have you covered if you are looking for a romantic vacation without the kids.

With the most romantic vacation experience in the Caribbean, Sandals Resorts have earned a worldwide rank for providing two people in love.

There are 14 Luxury Included Sandals Resorts at present located in Jamaica, Antigua, St. Lucia and The Bahamas.

Offering spectacular beachfront locations, each Sandals Resort has a selection of a la carte restaurants, from white –glove dining to barefoot elegance, all premium brand wine and spirits, including an exclusive partnership with California’s legendary Beringer Vineyards, luxurious accommodations in a range of categories, unequaled watersports including the Caribbean’s largest PADI certification program, Butler Service for truly indulgent pampering, Sandals Weddings by Martha Stewart and signature Red Lane Spas with services and treatments inspired by the region.

Sandals Emerald Bay, Great Exuma, Bahamas offered 183 all – butler service rooms and suites, an 18 – hole championship Greg Norman – designed golf course and 150 slip marina.Sandals Massage

Sandals LaSource in Grenada offers its guests an true and romantic Caribbean vacation while providing all the luxury and exceptional service found at all Sandals Resorts.

Some special features found at Sandals LaSource will be 75 Butler suites, 3 pools and 2 river type pools, a steakhouse, romantic soaking tubs and ultra lavish Millionaire and Skypool suites.

All Inclusive Family Resorts

Being voted the Caribbean’s Leading Hotel Brand at the World Travel Awards for 16 years in a row and World’s Leading all – Inclusive Company for 14 years in a row is the Sandals Resorts and has set the industry standard for the Luxury Included vacation.

Visit www.best-romatic-vacations.com for more information about Sandals Resorts. Sandals Resorts for Families is the best if you want to take the kids on the ultimate vacation – visit our Beaches Resorts pages. Or why not do both?

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Casa de Campo – All Inclusive Family Resort

Casa de Campo

Offering a relaxing, soothing atmosphere, Casa de Campo is an all inclusive resort in La Romana, Dominican Republic.

Set in a serene, pristine environment, the resort is perfect for families who want go get away from the stresses of everyday life an enjoy some good old fashioned quality time with one another in what many consider to be the tropical paradise of the Caribbean.

The accommodations at Casa de Campo are spacious, comfortable and perfect for a family vacation. Families can choose to stay in one room or connecting rooms so that the adults can have privacy while knowing their children are only a room away. There are also the villa options, which are ideal for larger families who wish to indulge in a more home-away-from-home setting.

During the day, while dad gets in a few rounds at one of the resort’s golf courses and mom indulges in a relaxing massage, the children are minded by the resort staff and enjoy kid-friendly activities of their own. And, when you want to spend time together as a family, there’s no shortage of things to do.

Known for providing the ultimate family vacation, the all inclusive resort hosts several family-oriented programs for everyone to enjoy together, including beach volleyball, painting lessons, coconut bowling and family treasure hunts.

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FamilyMoons at Beaches Resorts

FamilyMoons at Beaches Resorts

Do you now what WeddingMoons and FamilyMoons are? Of the more than two million marriages annually in the U.S., almost 50 percent are re – marriages and 65 percent of re – marriages involve couples with children according to wedding industry consultant, Rebecca Grinnals of Engaging Concepts in Orlando, FL.

Known for offering the very best in family getaways, Beaches Resorts in response has created – FamilyMoons – which incorporate the entire family into the wedding ceremony and celebration.

Family Moons are designed to join not just two people – but two families into one as an extension of the popular WeddingMoons concept, which combines the wedding and honeymoon into one idyllic location.

Unity Sand Ceremony – Illustrating this idea best is the latest addition to the Beaches Resorts FamilyMoons package.With Caribbean white sand, the Unity Sand Ceremony literally symbolizes the coming together of two families into one. With the side vessels representing each of the family members and the center vessel which is their new family, brides, brooms and their children each receive beautiful nesting vases.

Joann Delgin, Chief Romance Officer for Beaches Resorts says, “The notion of brining children along on a honeymoon was unheard of twenty years ago, but the times have changed and we’ve seen a marked increase in couples seeking unique ways to joyously celebrate what was once yours and mine into what is now ‘ours’.”

Wedding Groups at Beaches Resort

Including an enhanced experience with Preston Bailey, Beaches Resorts offers other optional ways additionally to make your special day even more perfect:

  • Preston Bailey is an internationally celebrated event designer and wedding planner and has created a selection of exceptional wedding packages available exclusively to Beaches Resorts guests.
  • Allowing those seeking the perfect destination wedding more customized selections for their special day, Preston Bailey Signature WeddingMoons allow these.
  • The Floral Elegance Collection ,
  • The Water Lily Collection,
  • The Caribbean Sunset Collection  and The Crystal Collection
  • The Sea Mist Collection  – each of these five packages includes beautifully designed wedding settings and décor such as contemporary floral screens or a tree filled with orchids, crystals and candlelight.

To groups who book ten rooms or more through the Group Wedding department, the Beaches FamilyMoons package is complimentary and includes the following amenities:

Family Reunions at Beaches Resorts
  • For the Bride and Groom (excluding Butler Suites) is the Complimentary Upgrade of one Category.
  • Picturesque Ceremony Location: There are many romantic settings to choose from which are intimate wedding gazebos, to tropical gardens or on the beach at the sunset, with four Beaches Resorts located in Turks and Caicos and Jamaica.
  • A Professional Wedding Consultant: The ones who can help make that special day absolutely magical are the wedding consultants and all Beaches Resorts are staffed with them. They can take care of choosing the flowers which includes the bouquet and boutonniere in addition to arranging for the perfect location on property, ordering the two – tiered Caribbean wedding cake, hiring the photographer and organizing an elaborate Caribbean – style champagne and hors d’oeuvres reception. Including organizing wedding documentation, arranging a marriage official, coordinate legal fees and preparing certified copies of the marriage license, the wedding consultants also handle details.
  • Personalized Services of a Beaches FamilyMoons Concierge: To make the experience even more memorable, groups will be assigned their own personal concierge to assist in making special arrangements such as dining reservations and off property tours.
  • Personalized Gifts: For staying five nights or longer, each FamilyMoons couple receives two “Just Married” t – shirts and one 5×7 professional wedding photo.
  • After the wedding for Bride and Groom, Continental Breakfast in Bed in the morning is serviced.
  • During their stay, Romantic Dinner for Bride and Groom one evening.
  • Including Hors d’eoeuvres and a Caribbean Wedding Cake which is valued at $15.00 pp, a Private Wedding Reception.
  • At the Exclusive Red Lane Spa, a 35 Minute Massage for the Groom
  • For every 25 paid rooms in the wedding party, One Complimentary Room
  • To make for a smooth and easy check – in process, Pre – registration and group check – in upon arrival, especially with the little ones in tow!
  • Group Discounts: Receiving discounts on select off – property tours are groups of five or more people.
  • Unity Sand Ceremony: This unity ceremony is different than the traditional candle ceremony, symbolic of the joining of two families, as all family members participate by pouring sand direct from the island beaches into a nesting vase, commemorating the creation of a new family (available at a cost of $100 for groups booking less than ten rooms).

Make the Celebration of Love a family affair at Beaches Resorts in Jamaica and Turks & Caicos!

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Bavaro Princess All Suite Resort – All Inclusive Family Resort

Bavaro Princess All Suite Resort

Surrounded by 92 acres of lush gardens and rainforest, the Bavaro Princess All Suite Resort provides an all natural, Caribbean escape ideal for a family vacation. Known to many as one of the best all inclusive resorts in the Dominican Republic, the Bavaro Princess All Suite Resort offers a range of fun Caribbean activities that will excite both children and parents alike.

Each spacious room at the all inclusive Bavaro Princess All Suite Resort comes with air conditioning, a ceiling fan, a sofa bed, cable or satellite TV, Internet access, a balcony with views of the island and a mini-bar. Families traveling with infants can also request that a crib be set up in the room prior to their arrival.

Each room accommodates up to four people but if you have larger families feel free to reserve rooms next to one another and open the doors between suites.

The all inclusive resort facilities include two large outdoor pools, four tennis courts, on-site shopping, a sauna, fitness facilities, a spa, a beauty salon and a warm, outdoor Jacuzzi. Those on a family vacation will enjoy a fun mini-zoo and birdhouse, where children will be fascinated to learn about the number of exotic birds we have on the island.

All your family’s meals, snacks and drinks are included in your all inclusive rate and guests can choose from eight different restaurants to dine at. La Hispaniola, the resort’s main buffet restaurant, is a favorite amongst kids while adults prefer Chipin, a unique restaurant set in the middle of a lake and mangroves surrounded by tropical vegetation.

During the day, families can enjoy time together as they relax by the pool, play on the beach or participate in several activities and programs. Water sports, such as snorkelling, kayaking, canoeing and windsurfing, are incredibly popular on the beach while entertaining musical productions, shopping and tours of the island are great activities to try on land.

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Bavaro Princess All Suites Resort Spa & Casino All Inclusive
Bavaro Princess All Suites Resort Spa & Casino All Inclusive
Bavaro Princess All Suites Resort Spa & Casino All Inclusive is located in Punta Cana’s Bavaro Beach neighborhood, close to White Sands Golf Course, Cocotal Golf and Country Club, and Punta Blanca Golf Course. Nearby points of interest also include Palma Real Shopping Village. Property Features. This property is all inclusive.

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Lifestyle Tropical Beach Resort And Spa – All Inclusive Family Resort

Lifestyle Tropical Beach Resort & Spa

Guests enjoying a family vacation at the Lifestyle Tropical Beach Resort and Spa in Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic will not be disappointed. Made up of low rise Mediterranean style buildings with thatched roofs and cobblestone walkways, the all inclusive resort is surrounded by stunning mountain ranges and stretches out next to the golden sands of Cofresi Beach.

Offering a first class all inclusive resort experience, the Lifestyle Tropical Beach Resort & Spa offers two swimming pools, two pool bars and a beach club.

Guests enjoying a family vacation at the Caribbean getaway can also enjoy various excursions on the island, several shopping opportunities, water sports, snorkeling, beach and pool volleyball, Spanish lesions, life entertainment and, of course, fun in the sun on warm, sandy beaches.

Recently renovated, the all inclusive resort offers excellent accommodations. Almost every room at the Lifestyle Tropical Beach Resort and Spa has a balcony that overlooks Cofresi Beach, the mountains, the gardens or the resort pool.

The interiors of the rooms are furnished with Caribbean-style décor, including soft white bedding and cream colored accents. Children can stay with their parents in one room or guests can reserve two rooms side-by-side with doors that open into one another.

Children staying at the all inclusive resort are encouraged to participate in the Kid’s Club, which is fully supervised and operates each day from 9am – 5pm. Here, children ages 4 to 12 can enjoy various daily activities, including arts and crafts, movies, sports and games, as well as supervised swimming in the children’s sections of the resort pools.

At night, kids are treated to a mini-disco or parents can opt to hire a babysitter so they can enjoy an evening alone together.

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