Did you know that the first all-inclusive vacation was created in the 1950s by Gerard Blitz? If you are considering taking a vacation where everything is paid for then you are in the right place. We have put together this guide with the top all-inclusive vacation spots you will want to add to your bucket list.
Keep reading to learn where to travel next.
Grand Palladium Ibiza Resort, Spain
This is one of those places to go on holiday if you are looking for luxury lodging with the perks of all-inclusive. The resort and spa caters to both couples and families and it includes a kids club where your little ones can enjoy some time with other kids.
You have 5 restaurants to choose from for your meals and activities like Zumba or aerobics are also included in the pricing. You can count on some live entertainment every night to unwind after a day of exploring the white-sand beach the resort faces.
Isla Palenque is a 400-acre private island with all-inclusive meals and beverages (non-alcoholic). There are seven beaches along the Pacific Ocean for you to wind down and relax.
You can also count on extra pampering touches such as daily housekeeping, free toiletries, free cabanas by the pool, and spa services.
Lizard Island Resort, Australia
This unique all inclusive option is only accessible through a private air charter flying out of Cairns. Lizard Island is inside a national park that is right on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.
For anyone that is scuba certified, this resort is home to the famous Cod Hole diving destination. If you are not a diver there are plenty of snorkeling options to explore the white-sand beaches.
There are several room options including suite and villa upgrades. If you opt for a villa it will also come with your own private plunge pool.The villas include private pools, media rooms (with wiFi), bicycles, and outdoor bathtubs. You can choose from single bedroom villas or two or three bedrooms.
The Brando, Tahiti
When looking for high-end and low-impact eco-resorts, this Tahitian tropical paradise is a low-impact option. Sustainability and conservation are at the top of the list. The entire island has solar power, seawater air-conditioning systems, and other renewable technologies.
The villas include private pools, media rooms (with wiFi), bicycles, and outdoor bathtubs. You can choose from single bedroom villas or two or three bedrooms.
All the equipment to enjoy the water is available for you to use. Whether you prefer a paddleboard or a kayak, you can choose. If you have children there is a Lagoon School where you can keep them busy with fishing, tennis, fitness, and dancing.
Which of these Inclusive Vacation Spots will you Go to First?
Now that you have our top all-inclusive vacation spots, you can pick and choose where you want to go first. With so many options it can be hard to decide, so take your time doing a little more research to see which one would be perfect for your travel style.
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