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All inclusive holidays caribbean

Our all-inclusive holidays to the Caribbean offer excellent value on trips to the beautiful islands. Breathtaking beaches, delicious cuisine and a plethora of water sports are on offer on every island. With over 7,000 islands in total, the Caribbean is made up of 13 sovereign states and 17 territories. From the Bahamas and Cuba to Aruba and Grenada, a wide range of experiences are available on Caribbean holidays from lastminute.com.

Top destinations for an all-inclusive holiday in the Caribbean

All-inclusive holidays to the Caribbean include many different destinations that offer a relaxed island style, white sandy beaches and fun, fun, fun. With so many islands to choose from, the lastminute.com guide may help. Here is a quick rundown of a few of the top destinations in the Caribbean:

  • Cuba is a unique place for family holidays. It has the beaches and the watersports that you would expect from a Caribbean island, but it also has a rustic charm unlike any other. With beautifully restored classic cars on the roads you may feel as if you have been transported back to the 1950s. Havana is rich in art and history, music and dance, making for a wonderful day trip to see the 'real' Cuba. 
  • The laid-back pace and hot, humid weather of Jamaica make for a wonderfully relaxing holiday. Reggae music is everywhere,  you can visit the birthplace of Bob Marley and feel the rhythm throughout the island. The spectacular Dunn’s River Falls are quite a sight and other outdoor activities include diving, hiking and golf. 
  • Trinidad and Tobago are less busy in terms of tourists than other Carribean islands. This gives you more space to explore, untouched nature and an authentic Carribean experience. The cosmopolitan capital Port of Spain is an artistic hub with galleries and exhibitions throughout the year. Explore the varied architecture from the 19th-century Cathedral to the modern National Museum. 
  • Dominica, not to be confused with the Dominican Republic, is a mountainous island that has been nicknamed Nature Island. Explore the Botanical Gardens and its 40 acres of lush greenery complete with pretty orchids and colourful parrots. The nearby Emerald Pool is a beautiful spot for swimming which is filled by a 15-metre waterfall. 
  • Aruba is a peaceful island just north of Venezuela which enjoys pleasantly cool winds. Beautifully secluded beaches, mangrove forests and the Arikok National Park are among the many points of natural beauty here. The Archaeological Museum in Oranjestad depicts the Amerindian culture of the island dating back to 2,500 BC.

Things to do in the Caribbean on an all-inclusive holiday

The Caribbean islands have a lot in common when it comes to relaxing holidays, but they also each have a unique identity. Wherever you visit you will find plenty to do both day and night, you can learn about the island's history and shop til you drop.

Weather & Climate

Temperatures throughout the Caribbean are warm all year round, averaging highs of 30°C and lows of 23°C. The Cayman Islands, Aruba and Trinidad and Tobago tend to have the highest temperatures, while The Bahamas, Cuba and Antigua are on the lower end of the scale. Rainfall varies between the islands and also from mountainous to lowland areas. Dominica, Martinique and St. Lucia get the most rain and Aruba, Curaçao and Bonaire are the driest. Hurricanes are possible in the Caribbean between June and November, but Barbados, Grenada and Aruba are generally not affected. The islands make for a wonderful escape from the UK's winter weather, thanks to the lower rainfall and warm temperatures.

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