5 Handy Tips for Booking an All-Inclusive Vacation
Whether you’re going to Mexico or the Caribbean, here are five tips to keep in mind when you’re booking an all-inclusive vacation.
1. Book During the Off-Season
You’ll get the best deals in the Caribbean and Mexico from the end of May through October, for obvious reasons. But if you want to enjoy the sun when it’s in scarce supply in Canada, your best bet is to travel in October or November, when prices are still low. They soar around Christmas, drop again after New Year’s and rise steadily through January and February, peaking in March.
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2. Opt for a Less Expensive Destination
Cuba and the Dominican Republic qualify as the least expensive destinations and have some truly lovely four-star resorts with lots of activities to keep both the young and the old happily occupied.
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3. Take Advantage of Early Booking Bonuses
Lock in your all-inclusive vacation plans earlier and you’ll pay less. Early booking bonuses can sometimes save several thousand dollars on the cost of a vacation package for your family. You’ll also likely have your pick of resorts and dates.
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4. Go the Last-Minute Route
If you’re not travelling during peak times like Christmas or March Break and you’re flexible about where you go, you can get some terrific last-minute deals.
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5. Look for Kid-Friendly Deals
Travelling with the kids on your all-inclusive vacation? Keep your eyes peeled for deals where kids stay and eat for free.
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