All Inclusive Honduras
All inclusive Honduras vacations are growing in popularity, as more travelers are becoming aware of the travel possibilities at this Central American destination. There is a good number of Honduras all inclusive resorts to choose from, and these do well to not only offer a great location, but an array of amenities and services as well. Your upfront fee at an all inclusive resort in Honduras will include your accommodations, your meals, your drinks, daytime and nighttime entertainment, use of most facilities, activities, and equipment rentals for non-motorized water sports such as snorkeling. This means that you can all but put your wallet away once you arrive. Some of the Honduras all inclusive resorts even include activities such as scuba diving excursions in their packages, and you're encouraged to consider an unforgettable diving adventure during your trip, no matter where you stay.
The Bay Islands set the stage for many Honduras all inclusive vacations, and for good reason. Offering a distinctly Caribbean feel, these beautiful islands boast inviting beaches, and they are renowned for their snorkeling and scuba diving opportunities. The largest of the Bay Islands is Roatan, which is also the most highly visited. The Bay Islands Beach Resort (pictured) is worth considering if you're planning to visit Roatan on your all inclusive Honduras getaway. Spread over 44 beachfront acres, the Bay Islands Beach Resort offers a lot to enjoy, and the all inclusive packages here include hiking tours if you're interested in wandering the lush hillsides. You can also book a special diving package, and it's definitely the way to go if you plan on exploring the underwater realms nearby. Whether you add diving to the mix or not, your all inclusive package at the Bay Islands Beach Resort will include a welcome cocktail, three daily meals, guided snorkeling tours, and a comfortable air-conditioned room, among other things. You'll even get to enjoy a complimentary Island Party, which features live music entertainment and a pig roast. Transportation to and from the airport is also included, which only adds to the convenience.
In addition to considering the Bay Islands Beach Resort when looking for Honduras all inclusive resorts on Roatan Island, you might also check out the Fantasy Island Resort, which is located on a smaller, private island just off the Roatan coast. This resort is ideal if a quiet and relaxing all inclusive trip to Honduras is what you have in mind. The comfortable rooms at Fantasy Island boast amenities such as air-conditioning, satellite TV, and a mini-refrigerator, and the overall resort amenities are impressive as well. As is true at most of the Honduras all inclusive resorts, guests at Fantasy Island are free to use the on-site pool, and there are tennis courts that you can also use at no extra cost. Special scuba diving packages can be booked at Fantasy Island, as well as at Anthony's Key Resort, which is another top Roatan all inclusive haven.
The island of Utila is another good place to look for Honduras all inclusive resorts, and among the top choices are the Deep Blue Resort and the Utila Lodge. At the Deep Blue Resort, attractive and comfortable rooms await you, and you'll be free to enjoy all the snorkeling and shore diving that you want. Three daily offshore diving trips are also available to guests, as are some night dives. Over at the Utila Lodge, fishing, bird watching, and kayaking are among the other options for activities, in addition to diving. Although the Utila Lodge boasts a relatively secluded setting, the main town on the island is easy to access if you're up for some shopping or a general look around. Utila Island is cheaper to visit than Roatan Island, so you might opt to stay at one of the all inclusive Utila resorts if your budget is tighter.
Back on the mainland of Honduras, La Ceiba is destination that is worth considering when Honduras all inclusive vacations are what you have in mind. Here, the Palma Real Beach Resort and Casino figures among the all inclusive lodgings, and as is the case at some of the all inclusive Honduras resorts, the Palma Real not only offers buffet-style meals, but a la carte dining experiences as well, which is a nice bonus. Hanging out on the beach, boogie boarding, kayaking, and playing miniature golf are among the options when it comes to complimentary activities here, and you can choose to enjoy any number of interesting side tours.
These all inclusive Honduras resorts are just some of the lodging options that you will want to keep in mind when planning your getaway. The resorts can be booked on their own, or they can be booked as part of a great all inclusive travel package, which can also include things like your flight, your airport transfers, and tours. You might also take a look at the available Honduras cruises, which are essentially all inclusive in their own right. It's hard to find fault with Honduras all inclusive vacations, so book yours today, and come enjoy some fun in the warm Honduras sun.
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