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Barbados for kids

Will and Sally's verdict:

The all-inclusive rates and activities at Almond Beach Village make it a great choice – before you’ve even set foot on the sandy beach. Barbados oozes family appeal. There are daily, non-stop flights, short transfers and some exciting island escapades. Don’t miss the train ride into Harrisons Caves, surfing on the east coast or ziplining over Jack-in-the-Box Gully.

Recommended tour operator: Tropical Sky

Tropical Sky says

Rated a Top Ten Caribbean Resort for families by Child Magazine, Almond Beach Village offers the entire family a quality all-inclusive holiday with adult-only and family sections.

The village is a sprawling resort set on 32 acres of Barbados’ Platinum Coast, with over a mile of glorious white-sand beach.

There’s a choice of ten kids’ and adult-only pools and a wide range of non-motorised watersports such as kayaking, windsurfing, snorkelling, sailing, water-skiing and reef-fishing included in the price. Other activities include tennis courts, volleyball and billiards and there’s a nine-hole golf course, with tuition available from the golf pro.

Almond Beach Village offers a nursery for ages two years and under and there’s a Mini Club for two to four year olds; both are open from 9am to 5pm. The Kids’ Club caters for ages four -13 years and the Teenagers’ Centre are open from 9am to 10pm. Baby-sitting is available for an extra charge.

There is a wide selection of accommodation options to choose from, including spacious family suites comprising two interconnecting rooms.

Dining in a choice of five restaurants and cocktails and premium brand drinks in a selection of bars are also included in the price.

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