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3 Best All Inclusive Resorts

3 Best All Inclusive Caribbean Resorts With Water Parks

3 Best All Inclusive Caribbean Resorts With Water Parks

3 Best All Inclusive Caribbean Resorts With Water Parks

Visiting the Caribbean itself is a win; add to that an all-inclusive resort with a water park, and I can’t even begin to tell you how many wins there are in this case!

Here’s a rundown of my 3 Best all-inclusive Caribbean resorts with water parks, places that I believe can give every member of the family the Caribbean getaway of their dreams!

1. Coconut Bay Beach Resort and Spa — St. Lucia

3 Best All Inclusive Caribbean Resorts With Water Parks

St. Lucia’s largest waterpark, Splash Waterpark, has a ton of fun activities to offer, including two waterslides and a lazy river.

Once you’ve had your fun at the waterpark, head to any of the beachfront resort’s five gorgeous swimming pools to lounge about in!

What makes Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa a great option for multi-generational Caribbean family vacations is the smart splitting of the resort into two sections.

The “Splash” section is meant for families while the “Harmony” section is for adults.

With each section customized to a particular group’s taste, the resort ensures that it’s all inclusive not just with regard to its pricing; both groups are welcome here and can have their fun without getting in the other’s way!


2. Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa — Jamaica

3 Best All Inclusive Caribbean Resorts With Water Parks

This Caribbean waterpark resort has a little something for everyone, ensuring that no age group in the family is left out of the fun!

One of the Hilton’s biggest draws is The Sugar Mill Falls Water Park, Jamaica’s largest water park.

Sugar Mill Falls houses everything from private cabanas for parents to 280-foot water slides for the adrenaline junkies!

The water park also features secluded spa tubs, live music and planned family activities, in addition to a dedicated kids’ area.

Guests are housed in the resort’s 489 guestrooms, spread across 400 acres in close proximity to two gorgeous beaches.

The all-inclusive price includes dinner at the onsite restaurants, non-motorized water sports and nightly entertainment at the resort.

3. Beaches Turks and Caicos — Turks and Caicos dd Your Heading Text Here

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If your little ones are huge fans of Jack Sparrow and his kind, it’s safe to say you’re going to have quite a hard time getting them to leave the Pirates Island Water Park.

This waterpark is all things “pirate”, and then some!

With 8 waterslides, a zero-entry pool, a 650-foot lazy river, water cannons, a kids’ pool and even a fancy swim-up bar just for the kids, you’d be hard pressed to find a ride this waterpark doesn’t feature.

There’s even a surfing simulator for all the Kelly Slater aspirants out there Getting sumptuous food won’t be much of an issue either, with the resort’s 21 on-site restaurants.

There also parades, daily appearances by Sesame Street favorites, and nightly tuck in.

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