All-inclusive Travel Package

All-inclusive travel packages are the most economical type of vacation, especially for families with children. It is a good value for money and a very convenient way to plan your vacation budget.

All-inclusive travel packages are the most economical type of vacation, especially for families with children. It is a good value for money and a very convenient way to plan your vacation budget. While at a holiday resort, you won't have to pay for meals or use of facilities, unless you desire to use some additional services. It's a blessing for parents with young children, as all-inclusive resorts usually provide several meals a day and kids have a choice of pizzas, snacks and buffet kid's menu. This way you won't have to waste you money on a la carte dinner your children may not like. Children under twelve usually stay free if accompanied by two adults.

 

The most popular destinations for all-inclusive vacation packages are Mexico, Cuba, the Bahamas and other Caribbean resorts.

 

Mexico

Mexico is a traveler's paradise, featuring a variety of opposing identities: desert landscapes, snow-capped volcanoes, historical ruins, modern cities, time-warped colonial towns, extravagant hotels, secluded beaches and an amazing collection of flora and fauna.Mexico is known for its blend of contemporary and traditional, the clichéd and the surreal. Whether your passion is relaxing in a bar with a glass of margarita, listening to howler monkeys, exploring Mayan ruins, surfing the Mexican Pipeline you will be enchanted by this country. 

 

The Bahamas

The Bahamas is a diverse archipelago of islands, with cozy accommodations to cater for every budget and need. And no matter where you choose to stay, you'll always be near the ocean. If you're looking for a quiet and secluded getaway, away from the excitement of the large hotels, you've come to the right place. If you want to stay in a glitzy complex in the middle of the action, you will find it here. And if you're looking for something in between, again, the Bahamas is the right place.

 

Aruba

Inland Aruba has a unique Caribbean landscape of aloe, cactus, and spectacular rock formations. There are many activities in Aruba to keep you busy. You may try windsurfing, snorkeling, or scuba diving. For something a little more relaxing, rent a sailboat, try some deep-sea fishing or just enjoy a lazy day at one of the beautiful beaches. You are sure to enjoy the hospitality of the natives. Native Arubians are a mixture of Dutch, Spanish and Arawak Indian with Dutch being the official language.

 

Barbados

In its British Empire days, Barbados was known as Little England. It was the first colony to declare war in 1939 and cheered Britons with a cable that read: "Don't worry. Little England is with you." Today, the island is independent but still cherishes Anglo-Saxon courteousness, cricket and high tea. After 350 years of colonization, Britain has left its mark and added much to the captivating charm of "Little England in the Tropics."

Bermuda

Dreaming of Bermuda? Think pink and green. Pink for the soft pastel shades that wash this 22-square-mile island, and green for the color of money that Bermuda's offshore banking and insurance sectors generate (though in reality the island's currency is as colorful as its British founders). Bermuda is too far north - 600 miles due East of Cape Hattaras in North Carolina - to be considered geographically part of the Caribbean.

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