It's better in the Bahamas! Or so it's said and for cause: two thousand islands and cays, stellar beaches, clear blue waters combined with unequalled service, and Bahamian hospitality.
Enjoy the best of The Caribbean with your family, all year round. From beach holidays in Guadeloupe, to water sports holidays in Martinique, our Caribbean holidays destinations have it all. Best of all, your Caribbean getaway is completely all-inclusive, so you don’t have to worry about anything once you get here – simply sit back, relax and experience the true meaning of a holiday with Club Med. The climate in The Caribbean can vary hugely depending on where you choose to take your break. If you visit somewhere which has a fairly high altitude (like the mountainous regions of the Dominican Republic), you could get temperatures as low as 10°C. Compare this to the sea level regions of the Dominican Republic which experience very little variation in temperature, at any time of the year.
The volcanic island of Basse-Terre, the sandy beaches of Grande-Terre, and a host of smaller islands all offer something different but always with a hint of the islands' rich French-Caribbean culture.
Home to the "Paris of the Caribbean" as well as Mount Pelé, Martinique offers a variety of landscapes and activities. The island's luscious scenery makes a wonderful playing field for world class water skiing and wakeboarding.
Eight coral islands that were once home to pirates, today Turks and Caicos is a top spot for divers and snorkellers. But not only. The islands boast small historical villages, varied landscapes and uncrowded beaches to boot!
The Dominican Republic offers colonial architecture and modern structures, peaks and valleys, cliffs and mangroves, white sand beaches lined with palm trees, salsa and merengue. Add the locals' warm welcome and DR has it all!
Discover the Dominican Republic
Caribbean charm comes as standard during your stay in the Dominican Republic
From tropical excursions to lobster tasting on the beach and the rhythms of bachata, there’s everything you need to take the time to sit back and relax. Plan your stay in the Dominican Republic at your own pace.
Enjoy nature at its most luxuriant during your all-inclusive holiday in the Dominican Republic. From fine sandy beaches to tropical forests, the country’s landscapes are as different as they are fascinating.
In the South-East, venture amongst the exotic foliage of Cotubanamá National Park and explore the exceptional marine fauna with its manatees and dolphins. Just opposite, on the island of Sanoa, you can play at being a modern-day Robinson Crusoe on the white sandy beaches, lined with coconut trees. The clear waters are all yours along with a tranquility that will truly make you feel like a castaway.
Finally, to round off your adventure, take a horseback ride through the forest and cool off in the refreshing waters of the El Limon waterfall, 50m high.
After recharging your batteries in the heart of nature, take a walk in the footsteps of the first inhabitants and go back in time in the Indigenous Eyes ecological park of Punta Cana. Its dozen clear-water lakes make this site a paradise on earth.
Continue your all-inclusive holiday and set sail for a cruise aboard the Club Med 2 to discover the cultural mix of the Dominican Republic. In Santo Domingo, visit the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Incarnation, which dates back to the time of the conquistadors.
Conclude your all-inclusive stay in the Dominican Republic as you relax to the beat of bachata or merengue. Born here on the island, you’ll love these dance rhythms with their enchanting cultural mix.
An all-inclusive holiday in the Dominican Republic means taking it easy and slowing down the pace. After a swim in the turquoise waters of the Hoyo Azul cenote, head for Punta Cana beach and enjoy a tasty plantain banana soup called sancocho, or a marinated lobster. With renewed energy courtesy of your tasty meal, treat yourself to a round of golf at Corales, while enjoying the calming sound of the waves that meet the shore just a few metres from the green.