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Are you longing for a family getaway to the Caribbean? The islands dotting the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean Sea and the beautiful resorts they host have long been a desired destination for honeymooners and families alike. Start exploring the Caribbean and Bermuda family travel packages available on FamilyGetaway.com now. We’ll help you find the vacation that’s perfect for you and your family, while saving you up to 65% on the Caribbean’s best family-friendly resorts and hotels. Let FamilyGetaway.com be your starting point for your dream vacation to the Caribbean.
The many options for all-inclusive family resorts in the Caribbean are a great choice for families. All-inclusive resorts can be the perfect way for every family member to have a fun – and relaxing – vacation experience. Many family resorts have activities that kids and adults alike enjoy in addition to the food and pampering that you expect when you travel. And when you know that all your family’s needs are being taken care of at these family resorts, you can truly unwind and enjoy your Caribbean vacation.
For many kids, resorts with great pools are the ultimate family vacation destination. And on a Caribbean vacation, the warm temperatures mean that you and your family are in the perfect place to enjoy a great hotel pool.
The islands of the Caribbean are well known for their luxurious white sand beaches, but there are also some even more exotic pink beaches in the area, particularly on Bermuda. Martinique boasts a black sand beach that evokes the majesty of the volcano that created it. The variety of beaches in the Caribbean means that no matter what your family likes to do during a day on the beach, you can find the stretch of shore that is the perfect fit.
Soaking in the sun isn’t the only thing do on a Caribbean vacation; there’s also plenty of exciting adventure to be found. The stunning scenery of Caribbean islands makes them an ideal spot to gaze at the views afforded by a challenging hike or a relaxing walk. From majestic waterfalls to wildlife-watching, you’re sure to see images that you’ll take with you as timelessly treasured memories. If your family has a taste for adventure, a Caribbean vacation gives you all the opportunity to enjoy the adrenaline rush of scuba diving, snorkeling, sea kayaking, horseback riding and so much more. Many family resorts offer ways for you and your kids to experience these adventures conveniently with organized outings and all-inclusive packages.
BahamasLike a scattered string of pearls, the islands of the Bahamas stretch from their most northerly point (less than an hour's flight from Miami) south across 500 miles of the Caribbean Sea. The still-relatively-young commonwealth, which achieved independence in 1973 after 325 years of British rule, encompasses 700 different islands-each with its own character. But whether they're havens of unspoiled wilderness, decadent celebrity-studded oases, or glitzy gambling and entertainment meccas, all are suffused with the same laid-back, carefree, distinctly Bahamian attitude. Read more from the editors at Travel+Leisure. (Read more)
Dominican RepublicA place of rich culture and history, Dominican Republic is often the first stop for travelers trying to soak in the Caribbean. The charm of the Dominican Republic can be found in everything from its food to its people; this is after all the place of cigars, rum and Carnivale. It’s also a hot spot for warm weather sports, with the island boasting top spots for fishing, golf, kiteboarding and beyond. 800 miles of expansive and diverse coastline make the island truly worth exploring. While you're there, take a stab at Sancocho prieto, a classic local meal made with seven meats, including goat. Swim in the blue water, dine on fresh seafood and dance the night away; you’ll quickly discover why the island was named the "Caribbean’s Number One Destination" by the World Tourism Destination. Read more from the Dominican Republic Travel Guide. (Read more)
French West Indies (St. Martin) This 37-square-mile island, ringed with white-sand beaches, has been living with a split personality since 1648, when it became the smallest parcel of land to be peaceably shared by two countries: France and the Netherlands. Other than a modest sign declaring “Bienvenue Partie Française,” you’d never know you were crossing an international border as you pass from one side of the island to the other. Dutch St. Maarten, in the south, bustles with sprawling resorts, wide boardwalks, lively beach bars, and late-night casinos. Meanwhile, sleepy French St. Martin, in the north, with its harbor full of brightly colored boats and houses built up into the cliffs, is reminiscent of a Mediterranean fishing village. Thanks to the French influence, you’ll also find some of the best food in the Caribbean. Read more from the editors at Travel+Leisure. (Read more)
JamaicaOne of the largest landfalls in the Caribbean, Jamaica is ringed with some of the world’s most spectacular beaches. But there are plenty of other ways to amuse oneself in paradise. Adventure sports from mountain-biking to diving to fishing abound. The tropical vegetation attracts a stunning array of exotic birds (and bird-watchers). A food renaissance has elevated island cooking into a compelling nouvelle cuisine, albeit one that retains a traditional local flavor. And, of course, the inimitable range of musics pioneered here—from ska to reggae to dub to dancehall—endure and echo down every lane and on every fragrant ocean breeze. Read more from the editors at Travel+Leisure. (Read more)
Puerto RicoA quick 2 1/2-hour flight from Miami, Puerto Rico is an intoxicating blend of Spanish, Indian, and African influences, all melded into a tropical atmosphere of beaches, rainforest, and a fast-growing element of luxury. Whether you're exploring the time capsule of Old San Juan, the posh designer boutiques of Condado, the beach towns on the island's southern and eastern coasts, or the pristine jungle of El Yunque, Puerto Rico's distinct culture and lively spirit is never far from sight. Read more from the editors at Travel+Leisure. (Read more)
Other Caribbean DestinationsWhite beaches, azure waters and gently swaying palm trees: if you want to curl up inside the Caribbean clichés, you’re not alone. Visitors flood the tropical archipelago year-round, in pursuit of sun, snorkeling and salsa. Few are disappointed. They climb volcanic peaks, dive amid the reefs, romp in resort playgrounds and explore colonial forts. Past the legendary beaches, the Caribbean islands display a fascinating blend of African, Indian, Chinese and European cultures. From Jamaica’s fishing villages to Puerto Rico’s contemporary cities, from Nassau’s legendary casinos to the limestone caverns of Barbados, the burgeoning eco-tourism of US Virgin Islands to the Carnival of Trinidad and Tobago, the Caribbean has a little something for everyone. And a whole lot of sun. Read more from the Caribbean Travel Guide. (Read more)