4. The Activities May be Better Than Beach-Lounging
I don’t know about you, but when I go on a vacation with my family, I like it best when the trip includes a good mix of fun activities with some downtime by the beach and pool. And that’s exactly what an all-inclusive family resort includes. On property, the whole family can enjoy free paddle surfing, kayaking, tennis, mini-golf, snorkeling, aerobics and dance lessons, guided activities and games, soccer, and volleyball.
The resort also has tons of immersion activities available for an extra free. For example, they have an incredible chocolate-making workshop at Chocolate & Cia, where the whole family learns the history of cocoa, tastes an actual cocoa fruit pod, and makes their own chocolate from start to finish. Or spend an afternoon off-property touring the Dominican Republic, watching sugar cane get harvested, eating an authentic meal with the locals, and walking through lush gardens to be part of a coffee bean roasting.