All Inclusive Family Holidays

All inclusive family holiday
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When looking for your next family holiday, you really should consider an All Inclusive option, it really offers a great alternative to the usual self catering or half board options. Not only is it easier to budget financially, it makes life easier all round. Everything you need in one area and a lot more besides.

You can do all inclusive holidays pretty much anywhere in the world, The European resorts such as Majorca, Ibiza, and Menorca have been firm favourites for many years, but more and more places are now joining in this trend, places such as The Canary Islands, Greece and Turkey are offering some fabulous alternatives to Spain and Malta, Bulgaria, Tunisia, Cyprus and Egypt are another option to consider.

All inclusive holidays where designed to make your life easier, the larger, more popular hotels opted to try to include everything you would need or desire under one roof. The all inclusive package usually includes all of your meals, breakfast, lunch and dinner, with snacks in-between and after. Then you should receive all locally produced alcoholic drinks, soft drinks, tea, coffee and water. Every hotel will have different exclusive offers, so be sure to read what each one has before making your final decision, but as a rule, those things are included as standard.

Then you come to other things which make your holiday memorable, for example the entertainment, again as a rule, especially in the larger hotels, there will be a full entertainment programme running from early morning until late at night. There maybe a kids club, activities and child friendly entertainment, e.g. movies, face painting etc. Then of course there maybe activities for adults too, for example archery or water polo and also a full evening of things to do, e.g. bingo, live cabarets or karaoke.

Maybe you like to do a spot of exercise whilst the kids are being looked after, many hotels offer activities such as water aerobics, water polo, table tennis and gym or spa facilities, but watch for extra charges, they are sometimes included in all inclusive but some are not.

Look out for other benefits too, including free child places, family room upgrades, reduced prices during kids holidays, single parent reductions or pre school family offers. These usually tie into an all inclusive holiday.

So I am sure you will agree, that all inclusive holidays do suit families or people who don’t wish to have to go far to be looked after or entertained. And don’t forget that you don’t just need to look in Europe for these kinds of holidays, you could really push the boat out at try destinations such as Mexico, Dominican republic, Cuba, Jamaica, or even the African resorts like Kenya or Djerba.

Let someone else do all the hard work, kick back and relax on a fabulous All Inclusive resort, you wont regret it.

Joanna Baker

About Joanna Baker

23 years and counting which included 2 years YTS with Team Travel, 3 years in Crete as a rep for LTS/Sunworld. 11 years in Lincoln/TUI (6 years self-employed), 8 years with Low Cost Sunshine

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