Best all inclusive travel destinations for 2019

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Posted on: 06 June 2019 by Shishir Chak

You may think it’s more expensive, but all-inclusive holidays actually give you more bang for your buck – and it’s well worth the peace of mind knowing that your flights, transfers, hotel, food and drinks are all covered. Take a peek at our pick of the best all-inclusive destinations for 2019.

If you want to lie back, relax and keep the poolside drinks flowing, you should definitely consider a holiday that includes food and drinks. Your best holiday bet for this is to go all-inclusive – but what is an all-inclusive holiday?

You may think it’s more expensive, but all-inclusive holidays actually give you more bang for your buck – and it’s well worth the peace of mind knowing that your flights, transfers, hotel, food and drinks are all covered. Take a peek at our pick of the best all-inclusive destinations for 2019.

Cape Verde Islands 

The Cape Verde archipelago is comprised of nine volcanic islands with pristine white beaches that look like pearls dropped in the ocean. It only takes six hours to reach these islands of bliss for an all-inclusive beach holiday you’ll never forget. Due to its location and history, Cape Verde combines African, Brazilian and Portuguese influences with the island of Boa Vista and the smaller island of Sal both boasting expansive coastlines speckled with large luxury resorts.

Expect plenty of all-inclusive perks like evening entertainment, delicious Creole cuisine, all the refreshing local drinks you can quaff, pools, snorkelling and complimentary non-motorised water sports.

Find out more – www.capeverde.com

Croatia

Croatia is fast-becoming a popular choice among British travellers for many reasons – it’s only two-and-a-half hours away, it’s hot and it's great value for money. Brac Island, the largest island in Dalmatia, possesses the most beautiful pebble beach in the world, the famous Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape). Exploring this island is a delight with hidden gems like Bol Town on the southern part of the island, an effervescent seaside town with a pretty harbour and tempting bayside restaurants and bars.

There are numerous all-inclusive resorts scattered across the island where you can enjoy Croatia’s culinary delights, unlimited local drinks by the pool, private beaches and clear oceans. If you fancy a day out, treat yourself to a day trip to Hvar for some exceptional wine tasting or head for Split and discover the Roman ruins of Diocletian’s Palace.

Find out more – croatia.hr

Majorca

Majorca is another short-haul star. With some of the finest beaches in Europe and its cinematic beauty, Majorca is a magnet for sun-seeking British holidaymakers. Another reason it’s so popular is that it caters to all sorts of people, from families and couples to friends.

If you're looking for a lively resort where the fun never ends then Magaluf and Alcudia are your best bet. You’ll find that all inclusive covers on-site nightclubs, live shows and non-stop entertainment. Camp de Mar is a haven, especially if you're travelling as a family and looking for a more laid-back vibe. If you’re keen on water sports, boat trips and snorkelling, you’ll love Cala d'Or with its incredible selection of beaches and colourful marine life. To top it all off, most resorts include a kids' club with activities to keep children entertained for hours.

Find out more – majorca-mallorca.co.uk

Dominican Republic

It might be a nine-hour flight to the Dominican Republic but think of it as a journey to heaven where the beaches are lined with palms, softly lapped by the tropical sea. A hotel with a private beach is one of the most luxurious all-inclusive perks, where you can spend lazy sunny days topping up your tan and taking advantage of the activities such as windsurfing, kitesurfing, snorkelling and beach volleyball.

Savour a rum cocktail next to an ocean-facing infinity pool or dine al fresco on authentic Caribbean fare without the worry of a hefty bill. Venture outside your resort and you’ll discover jewels like the hidden forests and caves of the Three Eyes National Park and the enchanting waters of Hoyo Azul.

Find out more – www.godominicanrepublic.com

Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is home to some of the most dazzling shores in the Canaries and only takes four hours to reach. Here you’ll find all-inclusive resorts for every taste and budget where you can enjoy showstopping beaches, water parks, sparkling pools and plenty of fun activities like water polo, football, basketball and beach volleyball.

When the sun sets, resorts in Fuerteventura come alive with music and dancing, bingo, discos and shows that will keep you entertained until the small hours. Fuerteventura offers the perfect mix of lively towns like Corralejo if you're looking for an action-packed holiday, and more tranquil locations such as Jandia and Costa Calma for a more peaceful, relaxing break.  

Find out more – www.hellocanaryislands.com/fuerteventura

Some resort complexes are so all inclusive there’s hardly any reason to leave the premises. However, with any holiday it's important to check the hotel information before you book so you know exactly what's included. That way, your spending money can be used for treats such as relaxing spa treatments, once-in-a-lifetime boat trips or for those all-important souvenirs.

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