Top All-Inclusive Resorts in Brazil

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Brazil has fully entered the all-inclusive scene, with outstanding, all-inclusive resorts in some of the country's most attractive locations. However, travelers must be aware that the all-inclusive market in Brazil is subject to changes—while a resort may be adopting the system, another may be opting out. Check for updates with your travel agent, the resorts themselves, or a Brazilian travel company specializing in resorts. Currently, these are the top all-inclusives, most of which are situated in stunning scenic locations.

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Vila Galé Cumbuco in Cumbuco, CE

Palm trees on beach, Brazil, Ceará State
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The winds of Ceará beaches and water sports are the themes at Vila Galé Cumbuco, opened in late 2010 and now considered a top all-inclusive beach resort in Brazil.

With 416 rooms and suites and 49 chalets, the resort is a fantastic choice both for family travel and romance in Brazil. Chalets, or bungalows, allow for privacy; on the other hand, some bungalows can be booked together to accommodate larger groups.

What Makes it Special:

  • Location on the beautiful Cumbuco Beach
  • The Satsanga Spa
  • Nep Kids' Club and facilities for families with babies
  • Five restaurants, four bars, and a disco
  • Scenic, large pool surrounded by coconut trees
  • Dune buggy tours of nearby sand dunes
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Ponta dos Ganchos Exclusive Resort in Governador Celso Ramos, SC

Exterior of Da Vila bungalow at Ponta dos Ganchos with lounge chair and view of greenery and ocean

 Ponta dos Ganchos

Brazil's southernmost all-inclusive resort, Ponta dos Ganchos also defines itself as exclusive: a luxury haven for guests 18 and over, who enjoy a picturesque chunk of the Santa Catarina coast while staying in one of 20 comfortable bungalows. One of the most romantic getaways in Brazil, the resort has won several awards, including two consecutive Condé Nast awards.

What Makes it Special:

  • Luxury bungalows with an ocean view harmoniously integrated into nature 
  • Fine cuisine by chef José Nero who brings diners traditional Brazilian food with a contemporary twist
  • An island with a gazebo for private candlelit dinners (extra)
  • Massage tents and Christian Dior spa treatments (also extra)
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Costão do Santinho in Florianópolis, SC

Ocean view of a beach and bordering town at the base of a hill at Costão do Santinho

Costão do Santinho

Located on a pristine beach at the northernmost tip of Santa Catarina Island, about 22 miles from the center of Florianópolis, Costão do Santinho has been locally awarded Best Beach Resort in Brazil six times in a row.

Their all-inclusive packages are grouped under the brand VIP Inclusive and comprise specific upgrades and services depending on the apartment.

What Makes it Special:

  • Commitment to the preservation of a private natural heritage reservation and archaeological sites
  • Fantastic trekking
  • Scuba diving
  • The Costão Spa, with a wealth of therapies (day spa available)
  • Shows and dances
  • A golf course less than three miles away
  • State-of-the-art sports facilities
  • Monitored activities and entertainment for kids
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Breezes Resort & Spa in Búzios, RJ

View of large swimming pool and ocean from bungalow at Breezes Resort & Spa in Búzios, RJ

 Breezes Resort & Spa

Breezes Búzios has added the Superclubs brand to the offerings of Búzios hotels.

Located on Tucuns, an attractive beach with clear waters, the resort has 329 guest rooms.

What Makes it Special:

  • Breezes' Super-Inclusive system, covering entertainment and gratuities
  • Great bungalows for couples, with direct access to the pool
  • Five restaurants and bars
  • Amenities for kids of all ages, including skateboarding park designed by Sandro Dias (aka Mineirinho), a Brazilian skateboarding champion
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Vila Galé Eco Resort de Angra in Angra dos Reis, RJ

Aerial view of resort with swimming pool, ocean, and greenery at Vila Galé Eco Resort de Angra in Angra dos Reis, RJ

 Vila Galé Eco Resort de Angra

Located about 94 miles from Rio de Janeiro on the lush Green Coast of Rio de Janeiro State, the Vila Galé Eco Resort de Angra (formerly the Blue Tree Park Eco Resort) is surrounded by forest, bays, and islands. Angra dos Reis is known for having an island for each day of the year.

What Makes it Special:

  • A kid-friendly environment with monitors for children 4 years and older (or younger ones if accompanied by an adult)
  • Four restaurants (including one for kids) and four bars
  • The Satsanga Spa
  • Landscaping includes 77 royal palm trees
  • Nautical sports
  • Canopy tours
  • Angra dos Reis is one of the top diving destinations in Brazil
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Club Med Rio das Pedras in Mangaratiba, RJ

Family of parents and children hiking on stones through lush vegetation at Club Med Rio das Pedras in Mangaratiba, RJ

 Club Med Rio das Pedras

Less than 80 miles away from Rio de Janeiro, Club Med in Mangaratiba has everything that has made the brand a favorite with families: a wonderful beach, upbeat monitors who keep kids busy while the parents relax, great activities for all ages, special programs for teens, and a welcome care package for babies.

What Makes it Special:

  • Archery classes
  • Lush Brazilian coastal range vegetation
  • Great optional excursions
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Club Med Itaparica in Itaparica Island, BA

Nighttime view of swimming pool, palm trees, night sky, and large resort at Club Med Itaparica in Itaparica Island, BA

 Club Med Itaparica

The first Club Med location in Brazil, the resort has three restaurants, two swimming pools, and 330 apartments all tucked amidst one of the most beautiful coconut groves in Brazil.

What Makes it Special:

  • Exclusive location on Itaparica Island, less than 10 miles away from Salvador, Bahia
  • Softly-lit gardens at night
  • A golf course.
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Club Med Trancoso in Trancoso, BA

Aerial view of Club Med Trancoso Resort in Trancoso, BA with golf course atop a cliff overlooking an ocean

 Club Med Trancoso

Club Med offers 250 rooms—all in bungalows—at its Trancoso Village in Bahia.

What Makes it Special:

  • Location atop a cliff with a spectacular ocean view
  • Yoga and Tai Chi lessons
  • Cooking lessons
  • Golf (optional extra)
  • Day trips to nearby attractions (extra) include nearby Praia do Espelho, or Mirror Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in Brazil.
  • Trancoso, a charming village with a population under 6,000, has an array of handicraft shops and great live music. This is especially true in the summer when Elba Ramalho, a famous Brazilian singer who lives in the area, organizes shows in the village center, the Quadrado, or square which is closed to cars. 
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Costa do Sauípe in Bahia

Beds, chairs, lamp, and terrace view of pools and palm trees in executive suite at Costa do Sauípe in Bahia

 Costa do Sauípe

Costa do Sauípe, on Bahia's Coconut Tree Coast north of Salvador, is home to this group of resorts with a village, a kids' park, several pools, and sports clubs.

What Makes it Special:

  • Scenic location
  • Perks shared by all the resorts, such as the village, sports centers, and kids' club 
  • A golf course
  • Some rooms are interconnected to better accommodate families and groups
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Iberostar in Praia do Forte, BA

Resort, swimming pools, tall palm trees, beach huts, and an ocean view at Iberostar in Praia do Forte, BA


With 630 apartments and five swimming pools, Spanish Iberostar in Praia do Forte has a steady flow of travelers coming back to Bahia every year. Located 55 miles from Salvador, the resort is a favorite with Spanish families.

What Makes it Special:

  • Sustainable tourism initiatives
  • Drinks are really all-inclusive
  • P. B. Dye-designed golf course
  • Praia do Forte: With miles of coconut groves with their tops gently rustling in the breeze and warm waters, this is one of the Projeto Tamar sea turtle conservation units. You'll enjoy a sweeping view of the surroundings from the ruins of the fort that give the beach its name. This place is a tropical dream.
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Vila Galé Marés in Guarajuba, BA

Large swimming pool, palm trees, ocean view, and blue sky at Vila Galé Marés in Guarajuba, BA

Vila Galé Marés

Located just 26 miles from the Salvador airport, the resort is located in beautiful and calm Guarajuba offering 447 rooms spread out in bungalows that mix Brazilian and Asian styles.

Vila Galé Marés is a great option for travelers who want to enjoy an amazing Bahia beach and yet be relatively close to the busier Salvador beaches and big city buzz.

What Makes it Special:

  • An immense swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Kids' Club
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Enotel in Porto de Galinhas, PE

Fisheye lens view of sunshine over palm trees and swimming pool in front of bungalows at Enotel in Porto de Galinhas, PE


Porto de Galinhas, in Pernambuco, northeast Brazil, is known for its excellent resorts and hotels. Enotel is the first resort in the area to operate in the all-inclusive system. Part of the Portuguese Estevão Neves Group, Enotel Porto de Galinhas features 348 airy apartments, two large swimming pools, and activities for children.

What Makes it Special:

  • Spa
  • Baby Club and Kids Club
  • Just 35 miles from Recife airport
  • Natural pools that form in the low tide along the Porto de Galinhas coast Note: Coral is vulnerable to excessive stepping on and travelers should ask which pools are best to see without damaging the reef.
  • Jangadas, traditional Brazilian sail rafts, take visitors to mangue areas, a rich wetland ecosystem where you can view seahorses 
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Gran Oca Maragogi Resort in Maragogi, AL

Palm trees and bungalows surrounding a swimming pool at Gran Oca Maragogi Resort in Maragogi, AL

Gran Oca Maragogi Resort

Tourists from Maceió, the capital of Alagoas, have a favorite day trip in Maragogi (pronounced ma-ra-go-JEE). Located at 87 miles from the capital, Maragogi is famous for its beaches and natural sea pools, known as Galés.

Beachfront Gran Oca Maragogi has 229 accommodations in four categories: standard apartments, suites, bungalows with garden views, and bungalows with pool views.

What Makes it Special:

  • Tropical pools surrounded by coconut trees
  • 24-hour helipad
  • Monitored leisure activities for kids and grown-ups
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