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All-inclusive holidays take the hassle out of booking a break. You don’t need to worry about spending money, booking restaurants or keeping the kids supplied with ice cream and snacks throughout the day.

It’s all covered in an all-inclusive package. So all you need to do is lay back on your sun lounger, top up your tan and relax.

But where are the best places to go for all-inclusive holidays? Read on for some ideas and inspiration to help you book your next dream getaway.

Where are the best all-inclusive resorts?

You’ll find all-inclusive resorts and hotels dotted all over the world, from Indian Ocean destinations through to tropical Caribbean islands. 

Depending where you go, you’ll find options for every budget. This includes affordable, great value all-inclusive package deals, as well as luxurious, high-end hotels where your every whim is catered for.

Below, we run through some of our expert recommendations for the best places for all-inclusive breaks.

Middle Eastern all-inclusive holidays

It might not be the first place you think of for all-inclusive holidays, but the Middle East is growing in popularity for this kind of trip.

Top of the list for many holidaymakers is glamorous Dubai. This sparkling and bustling Arabian metropolis is famous for having some of the most jaw-dropping hotels in the world. So if you’re looking for access to private beaches, chauffeur-driven cars and world-class restaurants, this could be the destination for you.

Another fabulous location for a Middle Eastern getaway is Abu Dhabi. Here you’ll find traditional souks sitting in the shadow of futuristic skyscrapers, in a fascinating blend of old and new. The city boasts some of the world’s most lavish all-inclusive resorts, with lots of activities available too. This includes everything from quad biking along the dunes to stargazing at the Al Sadeem observatory and taking camel rides in the desert.

Indian Ocean all-inclusive holidays

You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to beautiful all-inclusive holiday resorts in the Indian Ocean. Take your pick from Mauritius, the Maldives, the Seychelles and Sri Lanka – all island nations surrounded by stunning clear waters.

Mauritius is a slice of paradise, famous for its amazing beaches, bright blue waters and gently swaying palm trees. It’s also known for its ultra-luxurious all-inclusive hotels, which makes it perfect for honeymoons and special trips. If you’re interested in scuba diving and snorkelling, Mauritius is a fantastic place to come. 

The Maldives is similar in its mesmerising beauty and laid-back atmosphere. You can stay in luxury water villa resorts, discover local marine life on diving adventures and stroll along powder-soft sands.

In the Seychelles, you’ll also find some of the world’s best beaches, along with abundant nature, lovely warm weather, world-class diving and exciting Creole cuisine.

For more of an adventure, head to Sri Lanka. Alongside its golden beaches, five-star spa hotels and all-inclusive resorts, the island is also home to misty mountains, big cats and epic train journeys. The island is also known for its incredible food, welcoming people and verdant greenery, making it ideal for an unforgettable holiday.

Caribbean all-inclusive holidays

You can choose from an array of stunning island nations in the Caribbean, a part of the world that has become famous for its exceptional all-inclusive resorts. Each island has its own unique culture and character, whether you head to Barbados, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica or Cuba.

Among the most popular places for all-inclusive holidays in the Caribbean are St Lucia, Grenada, Antigua and St Vincent and the Grenadines. 

Most boast tropical temperatures, pristine beaches, dazzlingly blue waters and a blissfully laid-back pace of life.

African all-inclusive holidays

If you’ve always wanted to go to Africa, an all-inclusive break is the perfect starting point – with food, drinks and extras covered. 

Being such a large continent, there’s so much choice when it comes to travel destinations. For all-inclusive trips, the most popular include the likes of Egypt and Morocco. But if you’re searching for adventure, you could head to Tanzania, Kenya or South Africa to embark on a wildlife safari.

This is a unique chance to see some of the most incredible creatures on the planet, along with magnificent mountains, wide open skies and dramatic prairies, grasslands and plains.

Far East all-inclusive holidays

Last but by no means least, we have the Far East. Destinations such as Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore tend to be the most popular for all-inclusive holidays. But you can also have memorable holiday experiences in beautiful locations such as Cambodia, Myanmar and Vietnam.

Whether you’re interested in temple hopping, market browsing, jungle hikes or simply relaxing on a beach, there’s plenty to tempt you in this part of the world.

Where to find the best all inclusive holiday deals

To find a fantastic all inclusive holiday deal for your next trip, get in touch with Away Holidays. Our travel experts will help you put together a dream getaway where everything’s covered, so all you need to do is relax!

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