|This was the view from our room. It's ok to be jealous.|
Last year my man friend and I went to Mexico. It was my first vacation gluten free and I was kind of nervous about it. I quickly realized that with so many options available at a resort buffet, eating gluten free was easy. I had a similar experience this year, which is why this post is about eating at all inclusive resorts, rather than Jamaica.
Whether the resort is big or small, they are feeding so many people that there will always be gluten free options. I don't mean gluten free pasta or bread. That you certainly won't find. But there will always be a plethora of fruits and vegetables, along with fish, meat, and rice. This covers lunch and dinner, and for breakfast there are always eggs, potatoes, fruit, and yogurt.
This trip I didn't knowingly eat any gluten or take nearly as many chances as last time. I still let a few things slide that I wasn't positive on like jerk chicken and curry goat (the sauces being the potential problem), but I didn't get sick once. I can't speak on cross contamination, and while I'm pretty sensitive and was fine the entire time, this might be a cause for concern for some. However, the staff at these places are usually pretty great, and if you want to take the time to ask, I highly recommend it.
All in all, with all the food options at all inclusive resorts, eating gluten free is easy. You might not always get what you want to eat, but at least you aren't going to starve. Have some lunch and go drink a pina colada on the beach. No problem.