One of the things we like best about vacationing at an all inclusive resort is that it takes most of the fuss and bother out of the process. You simply make one payment. There are no hassles with regards to planning and adding up countless extra fees. For someone who is interested in an enjoyable getaway with the family, you have a wide selection of locations that range from relaxing to exciting, and from familiar to exotic.
Some of the most popular destinations for all-inclusive vacations are the Disneylands of Florida and California, ski resorts in the Rockies, Mexico, Hawaii and the Caribbean. For families living in North America, Europe and Asia are much less popular due to the lengthy amount of time you must spend with the children in an airplane.
Of course there are also different varieties of all inclusive holidays for couples who will not be taking any kids with them. A romantic retreat in Belize might include nature trail hikes, river tubing, cave exploring and exotic shopping in village markets.
A bit of research when you are getting started can save you significant amounts of cash. What I mean is because some destinations have much higher rates depending on the season of the year. For example, if you are thinking about going to Fort Lauderdale or other popular Florida beach areas during Spring break or other school vacation times, you are going to find that the prices have soared up through the roof. The major holidays of Christmas, Thanksgiving, Labor Day and Easter are nearly as costly. When are the rates best? Generally speaking between April and May and between September and November.
If you want to know in advance how much your transportation, accommodation, meals and leisure activities are going to cost, then all inclusive holidays truly do take the worry out of vacation planning.