A Complete Guide to All inclusive deals
It seems that over the past decade that the tourist industry has changed beyond all recognition. Where once All Inclusive packages were regarded as for those only with luxury budgets, today they are affordable for practically every type of budget. In fact, the difference between the cheapest half board and self-catering holidays coupled with money spent on food, usually far eclipses the overall cost of the cheapest of All Inclusive holidays.However, despite their value for money there is alwaysways that you can track down better hotels and deals with a little extra leg work and here we explain how you can find the best all inclusive deal for your budget.
Tips for making a saving on your all inclusive holiday
All inclusive Holidays: Are there different destinations for different budgets?
Where there were once clear differences between destinations in as far as budgets go today the pricing seems to be becoming increasingly blurred. Of course destinations that require long haul flights are still considerably more expensive, however previously ‘expensive’ holiday regions, such as Egypt, Cape Verde and the Maldives, are all becoming accessible for even the modest budget. Travelling at the right times to these destinations can see you paying as little as £350 per person.
Using price comparison engines
Your first port of call when looking for the best all-inclusive deal is with one or two of the many price comparison engines. Such websites are continually updated with thousands of holidays and some even provide consumer reviews on the tour operators or hotels in question.
Booking at the last minute
By far the most effective tip for saving on your all inclusive holiday is to book at the very last minute. What’s more if you can be flexible with your travel dates, even by one or two days, you can allow yourself a little leigh way if a deal comes up a little later than you’d planned to travel. This will also allow you to search for cheaper alternatives when using price comparison websites.
Other tips to remember for your All Inclusive Holiday
Don’t forget to check the hotel’s reviews
Far from it serving as one of the last things to check, remembering to check out past traveller’s reviews of the hotel that you’ll be staying at should be first on your list.
Flight delayed? Don’t forget to claim!
Flight delays are a nightmare, there’s no getting around that fact, however today this may be slightly softened by there being compensation awarded to passengers who have been delayed for over three hours. Compensation can range between £100 to £480 per person. This also applies for the last nine years, so if you’ve faced previously delays be sure to claim retrospectively… you may even pay for the entirety of your holiday!