None of the hotels featured on this website employ a pool attendant or lifeguard, so never permit your children to swim in a hotel pool without adult supervision. Remember, always check the depth of a pool before entering it and never dive into a pool unless you are certain it is sufficiently deep.
Many pool surrounds can become slippery when wet, particularly if sun tan oil has been spilt. Please be especially careful when walking around the pool or indeed on any other wet, tiled surface. Never run around a pool surround.
When swimming or snorkelling in the sea in the Caribbean, always check local conditions. There are many dangerous currents and uneven sea beds in the Caribbean, and there are no warning signs or lifeguards.
A full passport, with at least six months remaining unexpired at the end of your holiday, is required for all Caribbean holidays. Visit https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/hm-passport-office for more information.
Children require their own passport. Non UK passport holders may require a visa and should seek advice from the relevant consulate.
If you are planning to hold your wedding in the Caribbean, you may need to provide further proof of identity - contact us for details.
At the time of writing there are no mandatory vaccinations required for Caribbean holidays. However, several vaccinations/boosters are recommended and you should consult your doctor at least 12 weeks prior to your departure for relevant advice.
If you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, you are advised to talk to a health professional regarding Zika virus.
For further information, there is a leaflet, 'Health Advice to Travellers' available from the Department of Health which can be obtained by telephoning 0800 555777.