Rosewood Little Dix Bay partners with Black Tomato on new family package

Rosewood Little Dix Bay in the British Virgin Islands has partnered with Black Tomato to launch a new package designed to appeal to multigenerational families. 

The property’s new Treasure Island experience is inspired by the 1882 children’s story by Robert Louis Stevenson and features activities such as sword fighting, sailing lessons and a private catamaran charter to the Dog Islands.

The new programme forms part of Black Tomato’s Take Me on a Story collection, which launched earlier this month after the operator reported a 70% rise in multigenerational travel bookings. 

Other itineraries offered by Black Tomato include an Alice in Wonderland themed excursion to Oxfordshire, a trip to Iceland inspired by Jules Verne’s Journey to the Centre of the Earth and an Arabian Nights themed itinerary in Morocco. 

The Treasure Island package at Rosewood Little Dix Bay will be complemented by the hotel's pre-existing Rosewood Explorers programme, which includes cultural and creative activities like shell hunting, Caribbean folk arts and crafts and jewellery making.

The hotel team can take bespoke requests and arrange evening programmes, including babysitting and nanny services. A photographer is also included in the Treasure Island package. 

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