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Can you suggests good websites to look for all inclusive vacations?

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Question: Can you suggests good websites to look for all inclusive vacations?
I am looking for beach, good food, spa (may be). What is the best way to book all inclusive vacations? What price range they generally run per person (to south America – Dominican republic, Mexico, Jamica, Virgin Islands).?


Answer by dania
This question is easily answered by putting a question on a browser .It also depends on what country you start your journey from

Question: What are the best and cheapest all inclusive vacations?
Just did Punta Cana, Dominican Republic and LOVED it! We want to end the summer with a bang so we’ve decided to go on “another” vacation.

We are looking for suggestions on International destinations that are All-Inclusive but cannot afford something really expensive since Punta Cana cut into funds.

We would be leaving from Boston or Providence RI and are open to any dates (Retired poor folk looking for some fun!)

All suggestions would be greatly appreciated!


Answer by Beloy
Philippines! We got everything except snow. Check it out!

We’re sorry about the incident… we’re ashamed of it. it’s shameful that that person is a Filipino. Security standards will be raised surely, by now.

Question: Do all-inclusive vacations get cheaper last minute even over new years?
Do all-inclusive vacations get cheaper last minute even over new years? I need an honest answer!


Answer by jellybeancounter
Travel during the holidays (including the two weeks around Christmas/New Years) tends to be really expensive. I doubt that packages get cheaper if you go last minute, because it’s a very popular time to travel.

Question: What site is the best for finding all inclusive vacations?
I am looking for an all-inclusive vacation to Mexico for my honeymoon and im wondering if anyone can tell me from experience what site got you the best value?


Answer by Sherrie
Stay away from the internet sites. These are booking agents. Contact your local travel agent and tell them the areas you are thinking about and give them a dollar amount you are willing to spend. They have all the information on everyone. They will tell you what is available in those areas and you can use the internet to get more information on the vacations that are in your budget.
It does not cost any more to use a travel agent than to go direct to the property and you will get someone to represent you locally that will look after your booking. This is also time saving for you as they are kowledgable about different clubs and can make recommendations.

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  • AMO 45 I’ve used them for years and never been disappointed -compare rates and you’ll see no one beats them plus you actually get to see your resort ,your room,all the amenities included and read reviews

  • sierra_91_2000

    this is an all inclusive resort. right now they are running great deals. i think they are great!

  • Nico

    Jamaica!! Um.. I think you should go to Jamaica.. I love jamaica its like my second home me and my friends and i have been going to Jamaica so much times Beautful , When your booking i think the best is Air Canada i know you said Budget is certainly a concern But traveling with Air Canada is worth every penny…. Look at the website
    or whats another good airline is Sunwing is a good one also… But i dunno look at those websites… Also what hotel um.. i have been to Gran Bahia Principe Jamaica!!! ITS GREAT NEW AND BEAUTFUL..This all-inclusive Jamaican hotel offers complimentary buffet breakfast. Airport transportation is available for a surcharge. The hotel has five restaurants, three pools, and a swim-up bar, which is one of five bars on site. Pueblo Principe, a Jamaican-style shopping and entertainment center, sits at the entrance of the hotel. Spa services are available on site and the hotel has a kids’ club that offers supervised activities for children.
    The hotel has a business center; meeting spaces for large and small groups are available. The hotel offers currency exchange. A health club with fitness equipment is on site, as are a spa tub, a sauna, and a steam room. The hotel’s beach is private.
    Guestrooms at Gran Bahia Principe Jamaica All Inclusive have furnished balconies and separate sitting areas with sofa beds. Internet access is available for a surcharge. The guestrooms are furnished with safes, minibars, and hair dryers; the TVs have cable channels and pay movies. The bathrooms have telephones and bidets. Wake-up calls are available. The guestrooms have ceiling fans and windows that open in addition to air conditioning. Bottled water is complimentary.
    Anyway Hoped i helped:) Have a great time in Jamaica

  • stacyslovesdan

    If you want a SUPER cheap site – use this one – they have All Inclusive Resort packages for TWO adults for just $ 199. Use it in Bahamas or Mexico. I used the Bahamas one & we stayed at Grand Bahamas island for just $ 199 for BOTH of us, & paid a small room tax each night but that’s it.

    It was incredible! We bought this package because it was so cheap not really knowing what to expect but it turns out these prices are originally meant for large companies to book executive travel deals in bulk – but as we found out, individuals can buy these packages for the same price!

    ENJOY!!!! Maybe we’ll see you there this year, haha! I put the link below for Bahamas but just click around the site to see the Mexico option.

  • bradyscat

    I agree with stacylovesdan, there is no better deal than corporate travel rates. Kayak & those other sites have good INFO but for rock bottom rates you just cannot beat the bulk power of big company pricing.

    I have used the same broker before for their 5 day Hawaii package & had a great time. Good luck whatever direction you choose!

  • chris daily

    thailand is really affordable, but can be a little rigid if you’re just looking to kick back and have fun. i second the philippines. Yeah, they’ve had some bad press recently with that security guard going postal, but another island you could check out is Boracay or Cebu. Boracay is a very touristy destination and has lots of nice beaches. Cebu City is another metropolis- similar to Manila, but far more relaxed and safer. Currently, the philippine peso is about 47p to every $ 1. Which is very affordable. You can stay in a 4 or 5 star hotel for 22 dollars a night, get an hour long massage for 5 dollars, and visit amazing sights like The Chocolate Hills (in Bohol) or the Taoist Temple in Cebu at hardly any expense. At a place like the Philippines, you can stay easily for 3 weeks and not spend more than 2,500 – plane ticket included. It’s great, I’ve got some relatives on my fathers side there, and plus, opposed to other parts of asia where all you eat is noodles and rice- to the point where you get sick of it, the American and Spanish influences make cuisine varied and a lot more palatable if you’re staying for a long time.

  • HJ

    For holidays it is not a good idea to wait too long since most people will have already made reservation, so the only thing you will get is # Nothing # Especially for New Year everything is always packed and early.

  • Dela Ken

    No ,i recommend you not to wait long for bookings. i m sure the last minute bookings are always very very costly or u end up with Houseful Board..!

  • Jax

    I’ve been on to Apple Vacations lately. They were actually voted number one for Mexican and Carribean travel for the last three years.

    They do a pretty good job of listing hotels as well as detailing their reviews and they give you a lot of pictures to look at and options to review.

    Good luck!