Brazil All Inclusive Resorts
Brazil is a fascinating country to visit, but because of its size and its diverse mix of people, it can sometimes be a more complicated place for travelers to wrap their heads around. If you're planning your first Brazil vacation, or even if you're planning on returning for another unforgettable trip, keeping the Brazil all inclusive resorts in mind is always a good idea, as they can make planning much easier. Brazil has more recently entered the all inclusive arena, but that doesn't mean that you can't find good options here. Take the Club Med Village Itaparica in Bahia, for example, which is owned and operated by a company that is very experienced when it comes to all inclusive lodging. The Club Med family of resorts also offers two other all inclusive resorts in Brazil, so you will have at least three quality options when it comes to booking an all inclusive Brazil getaway.
The Club Med Itaparica (pictured) was the first Club Med resort to open in Brazil, and it offers many of the charms that you would expect to find at a classic all inclusive property. In addition to three restaurants, this Club Med haven also boasts two swimming pools, fourteen tennis courts, an on-site gym, and even a soccer field, which makes perfect sense in a land where soccer is king. As is true at all of the waterfront Brazil all inclusive resorts, those who book an all inclusive package at the Club Med Itaparica in Bahia will be able to take part in an array of complimentary water-related activities, which typically includes things such as sailing, snorkeling, and windsurfing, as well as beach volleyball. In addition to these activities, guests at the Club Med Itaparica in Bahia can also play golf and take archery lessons.
At the Club Med Itaparica, all of your meals will be included in your one-time fee, which is the case at all of the Brazil all inclusive resorts. You can also count on your one-time fee to cover your room, most drinks, most snacks, and extra entertainment on the side. The entertainment usually comes in the form of fun daytime activities, such as soccer, and live music performances at night, most of which revolve around Brazilian music. While some of the premium alcoholic beverages will cost extra at an all inclusive Brazil resort, most of your drinks will be covered, so you won't have to reach for your wallet every time you want to enjoy a cocktail or a glass of wine. With the convenience and benefits such as these, it's hard to pass on the all inclusive resorts in Brazil, and thus they're only growing in popularity.
As for the other Club Med Brazil all inclusive resorts, the Club Med Rio das Pedras is a good option if you want to be close to Rio de Janeiro. The sprawling metropolis is less than 80 miles away, so you can enjoy some urban exposure on the side if you please. Back at the resort, a delightful beach awaits you, as does an adjacent ecological reserve, which is a joy to hike. This Club Med offering is arguably the best all inclusive Brazil resort for kids, so if you have youngsters in your group, you'll do well to consider staying here.
The remaining Club Med all inclusive Brazil resort is the Club Med Trancoso, which, like the Club Med Itaparica, can be found back up the coast in Bahia. From its clifftop perch, the Club Med Trancoso enjoys fantastic ocean views, and if you have room in the budget, you might enjoy some day trips or a round of golf during your stay. You'll have to pay extra for activities such as golf or a trip to Mirror Beach, but it's bound be worth it, and if you'd rather not spend money on extras, there are more than enough complimentary things to do on the resort grounds.
These Club Med options aren't the only all inclusive resorts in Brazil that you should keep on the radar when planning your Brazil getaway. Others include the romantic and award-winning Ponta dos Ganchos Exclusive Resort, the Blue Tree Park Eco Resort, the Breezes Costa do Sauipe, and the Iberostar Praia do Forte, as well as the Vila Gale Mares, the Enotel Porto de Galihhas, the Miramar Maragogi Resort, and the Starfish Santa Luzia. Since there are nearly a dozen to choose from, finding the right one for you shouldn't be hard. You can bet that every all inclusive Brazil resort has plenty to offer, so you can hardly go wrong when making your decision.
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