This travel scoop is presented by Megan Zander, an Indy with Kids partner.

It’s finally beginning to feel like winter might be over. Thank. Goodness. If you’re sick of Indiana it’s time to plan a getaway. It turns out all-inclusive travel isn’t just for adults. Kids stay and eat free at many of these spots! To make sure you can get the most out of your vacation time, travel agent Megan Zander has shared some of her favorite family-friendly all-inclusive spots with us.

Karisma Resort Nickelodeon Hotel, Punta Cana

Want to live in a pineapple under the sea? Does “Gourmet Inclusive” or a wrap-around pool villa sounds like your kind of getaway? Then this is the spot for your crew. With Nick character sightings, an art studio/clubhouse with kid supervision, and plenty of green slime your kids won’t forget this trip. Parents will enjoy the amazing meals, spa, and poolside relaxation.

Coconut Bay Beach Resort and Spa, St. Lucia

Miles of white sand beaches, a gigantic waterpark, and a paintball course are just a few of the features of St. Lucia’s best offering for families. Parents can relax in the sand while kids enjoy the fully supervised Kidz Club complete with pirate ship. Adventurers can take a jeep safari excursion, learn to kite surf, or visit the rainforest and waterfalls.

Beaches Resort, Turks and Caicos

This one has something for all ages. From the Sesame Street characters and Choo Choo train around the resort to the XBox lounge and Trench Town tween hangout, everyone will have a favorite spot. The waterpark, live shows, and scuba diving and water sports (all included!) will have you wondering what to do first. If the resort isn’t keeping you busy you can head out on an adventure tour, but don’t forget about the delicious restaurants and the luxurious pools and beaches too!

Hyatt Ziva, Cancun

Cancun isn’t just for spring break anymore. For sophistication and fun check out the Hyatt Ziva. Get the perks of Hyatt luxury with the added convenience of an all-inclusive. Enjoy comfortable rooms, expansive beaches, and cool pools.

Carnival Cruise Line

If setting sail is on your family bucket list it’s time to check out Carnival Cruises. Carnival has all the perks while still managing to be a budget friendly option for families. Each ship offers different features and destinations but all include relaxation and fun. Water parks, live shows, Seuss at Sea, and IMAX will have you wondering what to try first.

So now that you know where to go, how do you book? Contact Megan Zander. Her services are free to you, and she can help you navigate the ins and outs of traveling to make the most of your vacation time. Megan specializes in all-inclusive vacations and cruises, both family-friendly and romantic, but can help you book any kind of trip.

Megan Zander
Travel Consultant
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Travels by Nancy, LLC
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