IS there anything better than an all-inclusive holiday in a tropical paradise?
British Airways has released deals for holidays in the Caribbean and Mexico next year, with prices from £136pp a night.
All-inclusive holidays can be a good value for money, as you won’t need to spend a penny on food and drinks once you land.
All the deals can be secured with a £100pp deposit.
The Caribbean feature dazzling blue oceans, silky smooth sandy beaches, rainforests and mountain heights.
Whether it’s a quiet day at the beach, an island excursion, a sailing trip, or a tour trying the island’s delicacies, you’ll never be bored.
All year long, the Caribbean islands are blessed with tropical weather, with average high temperatures of 25-28C.
The driest months are typically from February to May, meaning you should enjoy a completely rain-free holiday.
However, even during the wet months, there are many hot and sunny days, and any rain falls in heavy showers that pass fast.
The biggest bargain we’ve found is in the Dominican Republic, with seven nights all-inclusive at Be Live Canoa Hotel costing from £799pp in June or September 2023.
The same hotel is also available in February from £1,199pp.
Here are the best deals we’ve found for all-inclusive holidays in the Caribbean in 2023:
- 7 nights at Bay Gardens Hotel, St. Lucia – from £999pp in June and September 3 or from £1,278pp in February
- 7 nights at Starfish Tobago Resort, Tobago – from £1,099pp in June and September or from £1,255pp in February
- 7 nights at Island Inn Hotel, Barbados – from £1,199pp in June and September
- 7 nights at Jewel Paradise Cove Beach Resort & Spa, Jamaica – from £1,295pp in June and September or from £1,599pp in February
- 7 nights at The Verandah Resort & Spa by Elite, Antigua – from £1,399pp in June and September or from £1,799pp in February
- 7 nights at Royalton Grenada, An Autograph Collection, Grenada – from £1,462pp in June and September or from £1,781pp in February
In Mexico, you’ll also find incredible beaches, accompanied by ancient ruins, colonial architecture and scrumptious cuisine.
You could take a holiday in the world-famous Cancun and see the breathtaking Mayan Temples too.
Much like the Caribbean, Mexico enjoys high temperatures throughout the year.
The best time to visit is between December and April, while May is the hottest month of the year, with an average temperature of 33C.
On the other hand, January is the coldest month of the year, with an average daily high temperature of 27C and low temperature of 20C.
Seven nights in Mexico at the Allegro Playacar Cancun, Riviera Maya, in June cost from £956pp on an all-inclusive basis.
While the same holidays in September are available from £999pp or £1,172pp in February.
The package deals include a baggage allowance and are also ATOL protected.
You could also take a holiday on Royal Caribbean’s brand-new Icon of the Seas cruise ship – now on sale from £2,123pp.
For a holiday closer to home, we found cheap all-inclusive holidays to Spain and Turkey, from £159pp in 2023.
For a staycation instead, you could get up to 20% off all Pontins holidays for 2023, with prices from £5pppn.
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