South America is known for its vast rainforests and ecosystems due to the tropical climate and mild seasons. You can experience some of the best it has to offer from these three all-inclusive resorts.
Cavas Wine Lodge – Mendoza, Argentina
Located in the heart of twenty-five boutique and personalized wineries, Cavas is surrounded by vineyards. The on-site spa offers unique “wine-therapies” such as a Malbec Scrub and a bubbling grape extract bath. The luxury rooms are 970 square feet and stand alone away from the main house. Each luxury room features an indoor and an outdoor fireplace and shower, a deck, floor to ceiling windows, and a plunge pool. Cavas’ restaurant features only organic foods and changes the menu every four months to accommodate the seasonal local goods. Lunches offer choices of five starters, six main courses, and four desserts. Activities at the Wine Lodge include horseback riding, zip lining, hiking, bicycling, white water rafting, and winery tours.
Cana Brava – Bahia, Brazil
Cana Brava is located along the white sand beaches of Brazil featuring a movie theater, two tennis courts, a gym, two pools, three restaurants, six bars, and a convention center. The on-site cuisine offers specialty seafood dishes and local Bahian recipes as well as pasta, pizzas, and afternoon tea. Cana Brava’s spa offers hot stone massage, reflexology, skin cleansing, hair removal, body scrubs, and aromatic baths. Guests can enjoy nightly live music dinners, hiking on the beach, kayak tours, dance lessons, luaus, and comedy shows.
Decameron Marazul – Island of San Andres, Colombia
Decameron lies in the middle of a mangrove forest surrounded by tropical gardens and a private beach. The resort offers a variety of international foods available throughout the day as well as a disco featuring national and imported wines and spirits. The Islander Restaurant is available exclusively by reservation for lunch and dinner and features an a la carte Caribbean menu. Guests at Decameron enjoy surfing, snorkeling, kayaking, water biking, windsurfing, volleyball, and tennis. The resort’s Rocky Cay Beach Club offers exclusive access to the beach bar, bathrooms, showers, and lounge chairs along with the option of exploring the Cayo Aquarium.