Resort Travel

  • What does "All-Inclusive" mean?

    All-Inclusive means that the resort includes a minimum of three meals daily, non-alcoholic beverages, most alcoholic beverages, gratuities and many other services in the price.  Some resorts even offer use of various amenities in their all-inclusive packages.

    Each resort is different—contact us to inquire about a specific resort!

  • What does "European Plan" or "EP" mean?

    European Plan (also referred to as EP) usually refers to accommodations only. European Plans do not include meals or drinks, therefore, if you choose this option, you will need to budget in for food, drinks, taxes, and tips at the resort. If the resort you are looking at offers the European Plan and you do not plan to spend a lot on food and drinks within the resort, then this plan is a good option for you.  Keep in mind that on the EP you can easily go beyond your anticipated budget once you are at your destination.  For this reason, many people choose All-Inclusive packages to avoid "hidden" costs.

  • What kind of activities do resorts have?

    No two resorts are the same, therefore, each resort has different activities available.  Many resorts will have various watersport activities (such as kayaking, snorkeling, etc) included in the price.  Please make sure to check with each resort to find out what is included and what is not.

  • Can I purchase travel insurance for resorts?

    Yes, in fact, we highly recommend it! Read more about our Travel Protection Plans.

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