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Made up of more than 700 islands, islets and cays, the sun-soaked Caribbean is famous for its pearl-white sands and turquoise waters, along with its fiery rums, flavour-filled cuisine and welcoming people. And what better way to experience it than going on an all-inclusive break? Whether you’re planning a family getaway to Barbados, a romantic trip to St Lucia or a Mexico honeymoon, an all-inclusive Caribbean holiday is sure to be unforgettable.

From the sandy shores of Antigua to the scenic bays of Tobago, the Caribbean has a fantastic range of all-inclusive resorts. You’ll find intimate retreats for couples, sprawling adults-only hotels, and all-singing, all-dancing resorts with endless activities. Whichever you choose, you’re guaranteed an easy getaway. The beauty of an all-inclusive Caribbean holiday is that all your food, drinks and activities are covered in one great-value price. You can fill up at the buffet, hop between gourmet restaurants, work your way through the cocktail list, and try a variety of watersports – all without spending a penny extra.

But it’s not just about choosing the right resort – you’ll also need to consider which Caribbean island is best for you. Each isle has its own distinct personality, with a unique mix of culture, cuisine and history. The islands’ natural wonders vary, too, with some boasting coral reefs and luscious jungles. Larger islands like Barbados, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic offer plenty for families, while petite Antigua, sleepy St Lucia and the idyllic Bahamas are ideal for couples searching for a quiet break. Alternatively, you could make tracks for Mexico’s Caribbean coast, where you’ll find everything from Mayan ruins and tropical beaches, to bustling cities and lively nightlife.

Not sure where to go on your all-inclusive Caribbean holiday? Speak to our experts to get the lowdown on each destination – there’ll certainly be at least one that ticks all your boxes.

All-inclusive packages

Resorts for families

Resorts for couples

Best time to go

Why go all-inclusive?

Booking an all-inclusive Caribbean holiday allows you to have a fantastic trip and manage your budget, because everything is already taken care of. Your meals, snacks, drinks, activities and entertainment are all covered, so you can simply relax and enjoy.

You’ll have a fantastic array of dining options to choose from. Some resorts have a restaurant for every day of the week, so you can pile your plate high at the buffet, try different cuisines at an à la carte bistro, and enjoy a barbecue feast on the beach. And, of course, no all-inclusive Caribbean holiday would be complete with a glass or two of rum punch. The drinks menus also typically feature handcrafted cocktails, premium spirits, local beers and international wines – so there’s a tipple for every mood.

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And it doesn’t end there. You’ll be able to join in with all sorts of activities, like archery, tennis, kayaking and snorkelling. Some resorts also include access to a golf course or a PADI-certified dive centre, while others have a kids’ clubs with arts, crafts and games for little ones.

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All-inclusive for families

All-inclusive Caribbean holidays are great for families. Whether you’re travelling with tots or teens, these resorts have loads of activities and entertainment options for kids – and parents will be happy, too.

In family-friendly Barbados, Sea Breeze Beach House is our pick of the bunch. This laidback hotel has two pools, plus a long list of sports and activities. And the trio of restaurants serve up plenty of delicious dishes, with options for all ages.

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Or you could consider the Dominican Republic. One of the biggest destinations in the Caribbean, this place is packed with family resorts. You’ll feel like superstars when you take the kids to Hard Rock Hotel Punta Cana – a music-themed five-star resort with 13 pools and a fantastic spa. Or you could stay at Majestic Colonial Punta Cana, where you’ll find seven top-notch restaurants and a dozen bars.

Jamaica is another great choice for your all-inclusive trip to the Caribbean. Moon Palace Jamaica is in a picture-perfect spot on a private beach and offers a range of watersports. Elsewhere, Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa boasts eight bars and restaurants, a fantastic Kids’ Klub and Teens Zone, and its very own waterpark.

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All-inclusive for couples

If you’re planning a relaxing trip for two to the Caribbean, consider staying at a Sandals Resort. Exclusively for adults, these five-star hotels are ultra-luxurious with plush suites, endless activities and an exceptional collection of bars and restaurants. Sandals Royal Barbados, Sandals Grand Antigua and Sandals Royal Bahamian are three of our favourites.

Alternatively, take a look at St Lucia – the most romantic island in the Caribbean. You could enjoy an all-inclusive stay at Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort & Spa, or make tracks for tucked-away boutique hotel, Rendezvous. This couples-only hideaway truly allows you to get away from it all, whether you’re curled up on the two-mile beach or relaxing in the Champagne Bar.

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Or perhaps you’d prefer to enjoy your all-inclusive Caribbean holiday on Mexico’s sun-soaked coast? Unwind in style at Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa. Their Unlimited-Luxury® concept includes six à la carte restaurants, a beachside grill and half a dozen bars serving top-shelf spirits.

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Best time to go

All-inclusive Caribbean holidays are hugely popular between November and March, when people flock to the islands in search of some winter sun. The Caribbean is a much-loved winter destination, as the temperatures tend to hover around 30°C – much warmer than back home. Places like Barbados, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic all enjoy balmy sunshine during winter, so you can relax by the pool, try your hand at watersports and stroll along the beach.

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If you’re travelling on a tighter budget, though, you could consider planning your holiday between April and June. This is officially the ‘wet season’ across large parts of the Caribbean, but the southernmost islands – like Antigua, Barbados, Grenada, St Lucia and Tobago – generally remain dry and warm at this time of year. And, because you’d be travelling outside peak season, you might just bag a bargain.

Between August and October, the Caribbean often sees tropical storms and hurricanes. Each island has its own unique climate, though, so it’s best to check the details with our travel specialists before you book.

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All-inclusive packages

Why go all-inclusive?

Booking an all-inclusive Caribbean holiday allows you to have a fantastic trip and manage your budget, because everything is already taken care of. Your meals, snacks, drinks, activities and entertainment are all covered, so you can simply relax and enjoy.

You’ll have a fantastic array of dining options to choose from. Some resorts have a restaurant for every day of the week, so you can pile your plate high at the buffet, try different cuisines at an à la carte bistro, and enjoy a barbecue feast on the beach. And, of course, no all-inclusive Caribbean holiday would be complete with a glass or two of rum punch. The drinks menus also typically feature handcrafted cocktails, premium spirits, local beers and international wines – so there’s a tipple for every mood.

Show More
Show Less

And it doesn’t end there. You’ll be able to join in with all sorts of activities, like archery, tennis, kayaking and snorkelling. Some resorts also include access to a golf course or a PADI-certified dive centre, while others have a kids’ clubs with arts, crafts and games for little ones.

Show More
Show Less

Resorts for families

All-inclusive for families

All-inclusive Caribbean holidays are great for families. Whether you’re travelling with tots or teens, these resorts have loads of activities and entertainment options for kids – and parents will be happy, too.

In family-friendly Barbados, Sea Breeze Beach House is our pick of the bunch. This laidback hotel has two pools, plus a long list of sports and activities. And the trio of restaurants serve up plenty of delicious dishes, with options for all ages.

Show More
Show Less

Or you could consider the Dominican Republic. One of the biggest destinations in the Caribbean, this place is packed with family resorts. You’ll feel like superstars when you take the kids to Hard Rock Hotel Punta Cana – a music-themed five-star resort with 13 pools and a fantastic spa. Or you could stay at Majestic Colonial Punta Cana, where you’ll find seven top-notch restaurants and a dozen bars.

Jamaica is another great choice for your all-inclusive trip to the Caribbean. Moon Palace Jamaica is in a picture-perfect spot on a private beach and offers a range of watersports. Elsewhere, Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa boasts eight bars and restaurants, a fantastic Kids’ Klub and Teens Zone, and its very own waterpark.

Show More
Show Less

Resorts for couples

All-inclusive for couples

If you’re planning a relaxing trip for two to the Caribbean, consider staying at a Sandals Resort. Exclusively for adults, these five-star hotels are ultra-luxurious with plush suites, endless activities and an exceptional collection of bars and restaurants. Sandals Royal Barbados, Sandals Grand Antigua and Sandals Royal Bahamian are three of our favourites.

Alternatively, take a look at St Lucia – the most romantic island in the Caribbean. You could enjoy an all-inclusive stay at Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort & Spa, or make tracks for tucked-away boutique hotel, Rendezvous. This couples-only hideaway truly allows you to get away from it all, whether you’re curled up on the two-mile beach or relaxing in the Champagne Bar.

Show More
Show Less

Or perhaps you’d prefer to enjoy your all-inclusive Caribbean holiday on Mexico’s sun-soaked coast? Unwind in style at Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa. Their Unlimited-Luxury® concept includes six à la carte restaurants, a beachside grill and half a dozen bars serving top-shelf spirits.

Show More
Show Less

Best time to go

Best time to go

All-inclusive Caribbean holidays are hugely popular between November and March, when people flock to the islands in search of some winter sun. The Caribbean is a much-loved winter destination, as the temperatures tend to hover around 30°C – much warmer than back home. Places like Barbados, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic all enjoy balmy sunshine during winter, so you can relax by the pool, try your hand at watersports and stroll along the beach.

Show More
Show Less

If you’re travelling on a tighter budget, though, you could consider planning your holiday between April and June. This is officially the ‘wet season’ across large parts of the Caribbean, but the southernmost islands – like Antigua, Barbados, Grenada, St Lucia and Tobago – generally remain dry and warm at this time of year. And, because you’d be travelling outside peak season, you might just bag a bargain.

Between August and October, the Caribbean often sees tropical storms and hurricanes. Each island has its own unique climate, though, so it’s best to check the details with our travel specialists before you book.

Show More
Show Less

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