Find a tropical utopia at family-friendly Caribbean resorts

If there's a place on Earth that is close to paradise, most people would say that it's in the Caribbean. Caribbean resorts are in many ways the archetype of what people think of when they think of a resort vacation. Here you'll enjoy the bright tropical sun, warm and soft white sand, and crashing waves from the deep, blue ocean waters. You'll relax by a pool with a cocktail or go snorkelling with colourful sea life. You'll party the night away and watch the kids engage in arts and crafts during the day, all just steps from your resort.

Relax in luxurious surroundings at a Nassau resort

If you're looking to start your trip to the Caribbean, why not start in the capital of the Bahamas? Nassau is one of the most iconic regions in the Caribbean islands and is known for its snorkelling, diving, coral reefs, beaches, and for its nightlife and historic buildings like the pastel-coloured colonial Government House. Family resorts here can offer you luxurious surroundings, comfortable furniture, swimming pools, fine dining, live entertainment, and all the amenities you want to keep you entertained and comfortable while you have adventures throughout this slice of paradise.

Visit the beach and casino at Grace Bay

Grace Bay is an island that is famous for the beach for which it's named. Here you'll experience an endless expanse of soft, pure white sand, deep and crystal clear turquoise waters, and all the relaxation you can take. Golfers are drawn here for the Provo Golf Club, a renowned local golf course with varying challenge levels. The Casablanca Casino is a popular hub for those who can't get enough of the excitement of gaming. Whatever your thrill might be, from snorkelling or diving to sunbathing or sports and beyond, you're sure to find the thrill of a lifetime in Grace Bay.

Try an island experience at a George Town resort

George Town is another iconic city, the capital of the Cayman Islands and located on the largest of the chain, Grand Cayman. It's a financial hub of the region and many find themselves here as it's a major port of call for cruises. Here you can find tax-free shops, and visit the Cayman Islands National Museum, which is located in a historic building dating to the 19th century, and learn about the culture, history, and ecology of the area. Your resort here offers you a whole world of options for cruises, shopping, dining, education, and more.

Walk the beaches of the Dominican Republic at Punta Cana

The town of Punta Cana sits on the shores of both the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. Perhaps best known for its full 32 kilometres of beach areas, this region is known as the Coconut Coast. Your all-inclusive Dominican Republic resorts for families here offer you ideal opportunities for tons of outdoor adventures and water sports, like kayaking, windsurfing, sailing, and even zip-lining. Punta Cana family resorts are famed for their luxurious, lavish offerings and an unparalleled level of comfort. From full workout facilities to swimming pools and spas, you'll find everything you need at your family-friendly resort.

Find the best Caribbean family resorts near Montego Bay

Montego Bay, the capital of Saint James Parish along the northern coast of Jamaica, is famed as a major port for cruise ships. It's also a haven for some of the best Caribbean resorts for families on the islands. There are a number of popular beaches here where you can relax and play, including Walter Fletcher Beach and Doctor's Cave Beach, as well as protected waters at Montego Bay Marine Park where you can go snorkelling and scuba diving to catch a glimpse of the colourful and stunning ocean ecology. It's all just a short trip from a lavish family-friendly resort.

Visit the small Barbados town of Holetown

Holetown is located in Saint James Parish along the island's West Coast. It's a hidden gem just a short jaunt from your comfortable and luxurious Caribbean resorts for families. While you walk the quiet streets of this town, you can visit places like the Folkestone Marine Park and Visitor Center, and learn about the sea life of the region. You can visit outstanding bars and lounges, and enjoy the very best of Caribbean delicacies at any of the many local restaurants. You'll see museums, art galleries and historic sites, and, of course, the beaches for which the region is famed.