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Barbados


Family HolidaysR


The Caribbean has carved out a fabulous reputation for family holidays with


everything from private villas with butlers and nannies to full on all-inclusives


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ll islands offer a wealth of attractions for all ages from toddlers to teenagers. Antigua is particularly strong on family activities which include a jeep safari tour,


catamaran tours including Devil’s Bridge, a natural limestone arch, a journey through the rainforest on a zip line and exploring the beaches on a Segway. A trip to the Frigate Bird Sanctuary on Barbuda broadens children’s knowledge of the natural world. Beach Barbuda is the antidote to the family package holiday  Antiguan resorts that offer free kids clubs and family


entertainment and/or all-inclusive packages include Nonsuch Bay’s new EpicTeen Challenge, the Grand Pineapple Beach Resorts, The Verandah Resort and Spa, Carlisle Bay and Jolly Beach Resort and Spa. Jamaica  Adventure Park in Negril reopened in May 2013 and now features a Roaring River Wave Pool, go-karting and ‘Dive-In Movies’. Beaches Ocho Rios has unveiled newly-designed, oversized


rooms following a family-focused renovation. Voted among the Top 10 Best Beach Resorts by Parents Magazine, the all- inclusive resort also features an action-adventure waterpark. Half Moon, A RockResort is the only resort in the Caribbean to offer an on-site natural dolphin lagoon which kids love, and


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