Travel With the Whole Family
Jamaica’s vast array of attractions and villa-styled properties always appeal to the traveller with a large family. Maybe you’re planning a destination-style family reunion, or perhaps you’re bringing an aunt or grandparent to help with the children. Whatever your vacation wishes are, you'll find a bundle of options to occupy everyone in your party.
Opt for All-inclusive resorts.
The newly refurbished Hyatt that takes over the Half Moon Hotel property offers 400 acres of resort-style luxury, complete with an 18-hole golf course, lagoon, children’s village, fitness center, and all the amenities synonymous with a Caribbean all-inclusive experience. It features private four to seven bedroom villas for hosting large parties, so everyone can stay together while also being able to wander off and discover their preferred Jamaica. Beaches Negril is another all-inclusive option with similar accommodations.
Enjoy luxurious and spacious villas.
Jamaica also boasts a wide selection of villas and guesthouses on the north and south coasts that come complete with butlers, concierges, and housekeepers who will help you to enjoy your stay as they cater to you.
Jamaica Inn sits on the sparkling golden sands of St. Ann with beautiful turquoise beaches, and each private cottage is paired with its own plunge pool. Bluefield’s Bay Villas in the south offers a different perspective with black sand beaches, sea-kayaking and quicker access to YS Falls, The Black River Crocodile Tour and the Pelican Bar, a rickety offshore bar accessible only by boat that offers ice cold brews and stunning photo opportunities.
Have fun with everyone at thrilling attractions.
The entire family can visit attractions together as well. Mystic Mountain provides over 100 acres of lush rainforest where families can indulge in everything from thrilling zip lines and bobsled roller coasters to treetop canopy rides, butterfly petting parks, and nature walks. Chukka Caribbean also has tours, including ATV rides through mud and rugged terrain, tubing down White River, and horseback riding through the Caribbean Sea.
- by Monique Solomon