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All-Inclusive vs. All-Exclusive Vacations

Once the honeymoon planning is in full force, it won't be long before you hear the words "all-inclusive." Always a favorite among honeymooners, an all-inclusive vacation has a number of benefits which make them a hot commodity. However, all-inclusive getaways may not be for everyone. Below you'll find a brief overview of the pros and cons associated with all-inclusive vs. all-exclusive vacations to help evaluate your honeymoon travel needs.

All-Inclusive Vacations


It really is ALL included. The attraction to going on an all-inclusive vacation is its greatest benefit. In a nutshell, you pay one single price. This covers your room, meals (yes, even room service), drinks (including alcoholic beverages), most non-motorized water sports, resort activities and all gratuities. Some resorts may even include transportation to and from the airport, but this varies greatly. For those that love the idea of leaving their wallets at home and not worry an inch further, then by all means, an all-inclusive vacation is right for you.

Tropical destinations. An all-inclusive concept may not work anywhere else but the beach. Where else are couples more eager to lounge, eat and drink all day than on a beautiful piece of paradise in the tropics? All-inclusive resorts are often found in the Caribbean and Mexico. However, not every Caribbean island has them. Your best bet for an all-inclusive vacation would be in the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, St. Lucia, the Bahamas, Aruba, Costa Rica, and Mexico.

Thumbnail image for 28606_628998745045_73403877_36975148_4343128_n.jpgRomantic. After one-too-many awful encounters with children overrunning the pool and screaming babies beachside, the all-inclusive market got it right. Two words: . Many all-inclusive resorts cater only to adults and/or will put an age-limit to their guests, ensuring a more romantic and relaxing environment for the honeymoon couple.


Potential for boredom. To say that you'll always be bored on your romantic honeymoon at an all-inclusive resort simply isn't the case. However, the biggest complaint amongst honeymooners may be the fragment of monotony that you may encounter. Whether that be with the buffet-style food that you're eating daily for breakfast or perhaps you find yourselves stuck on the beach day in and day out while craving a bit more adventure. Variation, ladies and gentlemen, is one of the pros to an all-exclusive vacation.

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by heytbone parents are hip 70 year olds...we have two boys 10 and 8...sister has 4 has 3 kids (lives in San Diego)....who knows who else...inlaws, etc? may join us. What is a great place to go to all inclusive that has the exotic vacation scenery and activiites along with some night life that is affordable and doesn't take planes, trains and automobiles to get to? Would like to go spring 2013 and plan now? I have been on a Carribean Cruise for the honeymoon 15 years ago and thats it so I have no idea? Out of country is fine? Thanks in advance.

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