All Inclusive Trips to Panama

All inclusive vacations to Panama are ideal for those who want to enjoy a hassle-free trip to one of Central America's hottest destinations. When planning your vacation, you can book a stay at one of the all inclusive resorts, or you can book a more complete vacation package that can include a stay at more than one hotel. The resorts offer enough in the way of variety to more than meet most travelers' needs on an all inclusive trip to Panama, and weighing the available options is a wise idea, as there are plenty. Perhaps you'll spend a few days at an all inclusive Panama resort on the Pacific coast, then head to the San Blas Islands for a relaxing getaway. Panama is an exciting vacation destination, and you'll do well to keep it in mind when planning your next escape.

There aren't a lot of Panama all inclusive resorts to choose from, but you should find that the available choices are more than sufficient. If you want to stay on the mainland, resorts such as the Royal Decameron, the Playa Blanca Resort, and the Breezes Panama Resort & Spa (pictured) are among the top choices. The Breezes Resort & Spa is arguably the premier resort for an all inclusive Panama vacation, and you can find it resting on a picturesque beach in the country's Santa Clara area. Fronting the resort is a picturesque beach, and guests will have plenty of opportunities to take advantage of a range of complimentary water sports, including sailing, snorkeling, kayaking, and wind surfing. Scuba diving excursions are also available at the Breezes all inclusive Panama resort, though they will cost extra. This resort also offers an array of activities to enjoy on land, such as tennis and beach volleyball, so you'll have no trouble staying entertained.

As is true of any of the Panama all inclusive resorts, the Breezes includes three daily meals, as well as most of your beverages and snacks. The kids' club can keep the younger ones in your group occupied, freeing up some alone time for parents. The mainland all inclusive Panama resorts are arguably more ideal for families with kids, as they offer more in the way of on-site activities than do the island resorts. They also offer easier access to such attractions as Panama City and the Panama Canal. That doesn't mean that families shouldn't weigh the available options when it comes to island resorts such as the Sapibenega Lodge. You'll find this rather rustic lodge in the San Blas Islands, which lie just off the country's northern coast. Book a stay at the Sapibenega, and boat transportation to the lodge is included in the rates, as are two daily tours. Other special tours that cost extra can also be booked, and the prices are more than reasonable if you're looking to add more things to do to your itinerary.

The Panama all inclusive resorts that are recommended above are among the best choices, so you'll do well to consider them when planning your trip. In addition to booking a stay at one of these resorts, you can also consider booking a more complete travel package that includes your airfare, your accommodations, and some special tours. One of the all inclusive Panama vacation packages will have you staying at the Country Inn & Suites Panama Canal for one night and the Playa Blanca Resort for three. All of your ground transportation is covered, as is a tour of Panama City. Packages like these really make things easy when it comes to planning all inclusive vacations to Panama.

There are plenty of all inclusive Panama vacation packages to choose from, even if you would prefer to avoid the air travel. Flying is the quickest way to get to Panama, but it isn't the only way. Many Panama visitors arrive on cruise ships, and these visitors often get to enjoy a trip through the Panama Canal. The cruises are all inclusive by nature, as your accommodations, meals, and onshore excursions are all covered by your upfront fee. Regardless of how you get there, an array of fascinating attractions awaits. Spending time on the beach is all that some visitors have in mind when it comes to all inclusive vacations to Panama, but if you're looking to enjoy tours and special excursions on the side, you can always do so.

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