All Inclusives are not just for adults.
Kids are some of the most expert all-inclusivers out there.
They know how to squeeze the most out of a resort. Kids will teach you: ice cream for days, always get dessert, drink whatever you want (whenever you want), play, explore, & don’t take no for an answer.
Although this may not be true of the reality of day-to-day, it can all look this way at an All Inclusive. If you want to learn from the best, take your kids to an All Inclusive– Give them the time of their lives. And if you’d like to pull out all the stops, take them to a resort with a WATER PARK.
Here are the Top Water Parks in Mexico & the Caribbean:
This resort is perfect for the entire family. Parents can enjoy quiet luxury while their kids run around having an absolute blast. This state-of-the-art waterpark is complete with a pirate ship, two water slides and a lazy river. The waterslides wrap around a castle the whole family can explore. This waterpark makes everyone feel like an awestruck kid. There are also some amazing, on-property water sports as well!
In Punta Cana, the Memories Splash water park makes this resort stand out against other Family Friendlys. Memories Splash most definitely makes up for its off-beach location with it’s vast water park and water activities. This water park is massive, with a ridiculous number of slides available for all ages 2 and up.
The Kamikaze Waterslide defies gravity with a 15.20 meter vertical drop. It doesn’t just come with a crazy rush of adrenaline, but also a great view of the water park from the top (60.7 meters up!). Down a couple notches from that is The Splash Park Slides (including 7 slides). These are great introductory water slides for those of all ages.
If you want the best of both worlds (oceanfront & a water park), check out this resort’s sister property: Royalton Punta Cana, just a ten minute walk away.
Sirenis Aquagames has ten water slides, including the Aquaracer, a high-speed, four-lane slide (pictured in purple and yellow); and the Stuka, which brings the adrenaline of free falling. Younger kids can play in the Babies’ Animals Area, where there’s a zero-entry shallow pool, and animal slides– all super safe. Ages 4 to 11 tend to love the Pirates Area, which also has a shallow pool complete with aqua tubes, mid-sized slides, and water cannons.
Adults can take a breather at the main pool, where they can relax on a hammock or sip a cocktail by the park’s waterfall.
In the stunning Riviera Maya, Barcelo Maya Tropical and Colonial, Barcelo Maya Palace Deluxe and Barcelo Maya Beach and Caribe connect to one another and share a new waterpark. The Pirates Island Water Park is designed for all ages. This park includes a number of exciting water slides and also a Surf Ride Pool for your inner surfer dude. The entire family can enjoy the slides, castles, and waterfalls– there’s even a wave pool!
Royal Solaris Los Cabos is all about warm Mexican hospitality. The entertainment staff leads games and activities for the family all day long, while you can soak up the sun at the family pool or adults-only pool. This resort’s water park is more geared toward little ones, who can have endless fun at the kids’ water park and mini-club. The Noah’s Ark water park has animal-themed water slides and fountains. Although, the entire family can enjoy all water sports available on-resort property.
Just outside of Cancun, this is the first Dreams resort with a real, state-of-the-art waterpark! Dreams Playa Mujeres opening November 30, 2016, has a water park complete with surrounding pools and slides for the entire family to enjoy. The park has 4 whirlpools, and 2 kids-only pools. Preferred Club guests get bonus access to a lazy river– adding to the extensive benefits of knocking your stay up to Preferred Club.
If your family is into water parks give us a call.