Honeymoons at All Inclusive Resorts

Honeymoons like these seem too expensive huh. It all depends on what you like to do and what your tastes are. It may seem like common sense, but some just-married couples focus too much on the up front costs when they plan their honeymoon getaways. This can lead to trouble as costs mount up with food, drinks and activities. An all inclusive resort can alleviate much of the worry, if you are interested in the activities food that comes with the package. Do not assume that the food is great or the activites are exciting just because you paid top dollar. Investigate everything. Go the website and read the fine print. Ask questions. Ask for printed materials detailing what is included, on what days and which activites are done, hurricane policies, types of restaurants and so on.

A good way to measure if you want to go to an all inclusive resort is to compare the cost of the all inclusive resort to a resort that is not. Write down costs of the activities that you would like to do, including the food, amenities and the drink and compare. If you are looking at price only and the non all-inclusive resort option (plus food and activities) is cheaper, go for it and vice versa. On the other hand, if your main consideration is having a worry-free trip and the all-inclusive is slightly higher, you might as well stick with the all-inlclusive. It is a good idea to look for deals and discounts to make up for this slight difference.


Sandals All-Inclusive Resorts

Here are a few from Sandals to get you started:

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Filed under: Honeymoons — vicky at 4:28 pm on Thursday, March 16, 2006