Lifestyle Travel 8 Awesome, All-Inclusive Resorts that You Don't Need a Passport to Visit You don't have to leave the country to relax at an all-inclusive property By Madison Roberts Published on April 12, 2019 05:47 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 08 Miraval Arizona Resort & Spa Miraval Arizona Resort & Spa At this wellness retreat in Tuscon, Arizona, guests can indulge in unlimited smoothies, coffee and tea, as well as freshly prepared grab n' go snacks, and three healthy meals per day. Over 120 wellness seminars and lectures are also included in the resort fee, and travelers can take advantage of a resort credit to use toward spa services and equine experiences, as well as the desert zipline. Rates start at $529 per person, per night. 02 of 08 Club Med Sandpiper Bay, Florida Club Med Sandpiper Bay Located two hours north of Miami, this all-inclusive resort is built for family fun. Guests will recieve full-board gourmet cuisine, access to children's clubs for kids ages 4 to 17, as well as unlimited water and land sports activities, an open bar, day snacks, and entertainment all day and night long. Rates begin at $115 per adult, per night. 03 of 08 Vista Verde Ranch, Colorado Vista Verde Guest Ranch At this luxury ranch in Clark, Colorado, guests can stay in an upscale cabin or a lodge room and receive three meals per day, plus wine, beer and soda as part of their room rate. Travelers can also go horseback riding for no additional charge, as well as take part in guided hikes, mountain bike adventures, fly fishing excursions, rock climbing, photography, woodland yoga, paddleboarding on the lake and family-friendly river rafting and kayaking. The resort also offers weekly cooking classes and wine tastings as well as programs just for kids, tweens and teen. During the evenings, the entire family can enjoy entertainment like "barn dancing" and musical events. Rates vary based on length of stay and the season. Summer stays last seven nights and begin at $3,895 per person. 04 of 08 Lodge at St. Simon's Island, Georgia Cassie Wright Photography At this resort on the coast of Georgia, guests receive boat transfers to and from the island, three meals prepared daily, as well as Naturalist-led excursions around the island during their stay. Visitors can book a single room, an entire cottage or the whole island, as the resort only allows 32 guests at a time. Rates begin at $450 per night for double occupancy. 05 of 08 C Lazy U Ranch, Colorado C Lazy U Ranch At this upscale dude ranch in Granby, Colorado, guests can go horseback riding, cattle pushing and swimming, or practice archery, hatchet throwing, fly fishing in the summer. Tennis, mountain biking, paddle boating and guided hikes are also availabe on site. In the winter, along with cozying up by the fire, adventurous travelers can go horseback riding, snowshoeing, cross country skiing or ice skating. There's even a pond for a game of ice hockey. Three meals a day are included in the price. Rates start at $385 per person, per night. 06 of 08 Woodloch Resort, Pennsylvania Woodloch Resort At this all-inclusive family resort in the Poconos Mountains, guests receive three family-style meals each day. Families can also indulge in more than 30 daily activities on the property, including haunted hayrides, scavenger hunts, bakery wars and a petting zoo. Rates begin at $299 per person, per night 07 of 08 Divi Carina Bay All-Inclusive Beach Resort & Casino, U.S. Virgin Islands Divi Carina Bay All-Inclusive Beach Resort & Casino Opening in December, this 200-room resort will be St. Croix's first-ever all-inclusive resort, and it's location in the U.S. Virgin Islands means you don't need a passport to visit! The hot spot will boast a private beach, 6 restaurants, 3 bars, 2 freshwater swimming pools, and a water sports facility, as well as an on-property fitness center, miniature golf course, driving range, nightly entertainment, hiking, water aerobics, and more in its all-inclusive price. Guests can also indulge in spa treatments for an upcharge and gamble in the casino. Rates are projected to begin at $195 per person, per night. 08 of 08 Bungalows Key Largo, Florida Bungalows Key Largo UPDATE: A fire broke out in the hotel's Beach House on May 5. The resort is closed until further notice. No one was injured in the fire. This adults-only oasis marks the first-ever all-inclusive resort in the Florida Keys. The sprawling property features 135 private villas, located on 12-acres of oceanfront property, with 0 guests under the age of 21. Two pools and two jacuzzi tubs, as well as three piers and multiple beach cabanas are sprinkled along the shoreline. All dining and drinks are included in the booking fee, which starts at $399 per person, per night.