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Family Holidays To The Caribbean

Where to choose for a family holiday in the Caribbean depends on your family.

The hurricane season typically runs from early June to late November, with peak season generally from Christmas to Easter. That said the Caribbean is ever popular with families throughout the year, summer included as it is such a fabulous family destination for families with children of all ages, babies and toddlers to teenagers.

Choose from the main Caribbean Islands where we recommend the luxury Carlisle Bay Hotel in Antigua with its creche and kids club and perfect attention to detail as well as delicious food or the more low-key home from home self-catering environment of the Cotton Bay Village in St Lucia.

Caribbean people are warm, welcoming and friendly with a very laid back approach to life and “Caribbean Time” quickly and easily imposes itself on holiday makers.

If you are interested in any of these destinations, fill out an enquiry form on the left hand side and our family holiday designers will help plan the perfect holiday for you...

Destinations in the Caribbean

Antigua

With less dramatic inland scenery than other Caribbean Islands, Antigua does however boast some 365 lovely beaches of which our recommended Hotel, the family-friendly Carlisle Bay is right on one of the best.

Barbados

If long haul travel is on your agenda, you should definitely consider Barbados as the destination for your family. Each hotel we have picked offers excellent family facilities, catering to children of all ages.

Jamaica

The magnificent Caribbean island, Jamaica promises families breathtaking beauty combined with endless fun. With miles of pristine white beaches lapped by crystal clear water, this really does feel like a slice of heaven. 

St Lucia

Dramatic mountains, tropical forests, banana plantations, quaint – if rather ramshackle – villages and inviting beaches. Visitors are especially impressed by the island's forest-covered mountains.