This piece originally appeared on TravelandLeisure.com.
Most of Brazil’s all-inclusive resorts are an easy flight from Rio, clustered in beach towns in popular destinations like Porto de Galinhas in Recife and Bahia’s Praia do Forte.
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They range from sprawling beachfront hotels near sleepy fishing villages to secluded properties on coral reef-fringed islands. They may all offer guests endless eating, drinking, and activities, but there’s nothing cookie-cutter about these seven resorts.