Family activities in St. Lucia all-inclusive resorts

One of the most popular family-friendly activities in st lucia all inclusive resorts is swimming and snorkeling in the turquoise waters. The island's beaches are perfect for both adults and children, and there are plenty of resorts that offer snorkeling equipment rental.

If you're looking for a more adventurous activity, you can take a boat tour to see some of the island's best-kept secrets, such as the Pitons or Soufriere volcano. For those who want to explore St. Lucia's natural beauty, there are plenty of hiking trails through the rainforest. Many of these trails lead to waterfalls or lookout points with stunning views of the island. Several zip line courses offer an adrenaline-pumping experience for the whole family.

Other activities in St. Lucia's all-inclusive resorts

If you're looking for a more relaxed activity, St. Lucia's all-inclusive resorts offer plenty of options, such as golf, tennis, and spa treatments. Several restaurants and bars offer live entertainment, perfect for a family night out.

Rodney Bay Marina was built originally in 1985 and bought by IGY Marinas.

It's now one of the Caribbean Sea’s largest yachting centers with family-friendly entertainment that will keep you entertained for hours! After a day on land visiting beaches or sightseeing opportunities, there are plenty more boats to board before night falls so head over to Cafe Ole where they have tasty smoothies perfect as an appetizer while admiring their stunning sunsets every evening - not bad right?

What do you think will happen when your child falls sick on holiday?

Will they be bored of playing with their friends or distracted by new activities? Well, if this happens then there is no need to worry because we have come up with 5 fun things that kids can enjoy while staying entertained at home until the recovery time! Our first recommendation would involve exploring nature which was made possible thanks in part due our visit to the Rainforest Aerial Tram before going zip wiring nearby Babonneau - both places unexpectedly allow children (depending on age).