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Here Are The Best All-Inclusive Resorts In The World

By Leah Freeman-Haskin

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All-inclusive resorts are a great option if you are looking for a way to relax on vacation without the thought of budgets and spending. With meals and sometimes drinks and activities included in your nightly rate, you’re only worry is sleeping past breakfast.

Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji

A pioneer in eco-tourism, Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort Fiji was one of the world’s first eco-luxury hotels.  This is also the ultimate all-inclusive resort for families with children. With an onsite kids’ club and dedicated nanny for the length of your stay, you can enjoy some peace and quiet in paradise.

Photo via fijiresort.com

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Fiesta Americana Cozumel

Fiesta Americana Cozumel is an all-inclusive hotel surrounded by flowering plants and the incredible tropical jungle. With a movie room, a spa, a seaside pool, a restaurant, and a private beach, this resort has nailed the art of feeling intimate with all the amenities that travelers expect.

Photo via fiestamericana.com

Calabash Cove Resort and Spa, St. Lucia

This stunning island oasis, includes meals, drinks, and access to paddleboards and snorkeling gear in their all-inclusive deals. According to their website, they provide live, but unobtrusive, music every night during dinner. Their meals are always prepared fresh, the menu changes daily, and the restaurant has one of the best views on the island.

Photo via calabashcove.com

The Singular Patagonia, Chile

This all-inclusive option includes all meals, use of the beautiful spa and daily excursions that might include glacier viewing or horseback riding. Located at the starting point to a variety of expeditions in Puerto Natales, Puerto Bories, and Torres Del Paine National Park, this resort serves up some of the most stunning views in the world.

Photo via lhw.com

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Ceylon Tea Trails, Sri Lanka

Guests stay in private bungalows and rates include all meals, afternoon tea, beverages, and a fascinating Tea Experience tour. This is the ideal setting for trekking and biking against the breathtaking backdrop of mountains, lakes, winding roads, and waterfalls.

Photo via resplendentceylon.com

Belizean Dreams, Belize

Located in Hopkins, Belize, a former fishing village, this resort offers all-inclusive packages that include zip-lining, cave tubing, and visits to Mayan ruins. The resort is the only locally owned and managed resort in Hopkins, so a visit here means supporting the local community.

Photo via belizeandreams.com
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