Disadvantages of All Inclusive travel


A while ago I published what are the advantages of all inclusive travel, so now I bring you the disadvantages, since if I did everything in the same article it would be too extensive. I'm going straight to the point so you can analyze the benefits and drawbacks of all inclusive travel:

Boredom: This depends on how you are and what you like. Keep in mind that the complexes that offer this modality are usually far from the rest of civilization, so keep in mind beforehand that if you are going to want to go on an excursion or something you will need to rent a car, since it is likely that many days in the same place doing the same thing can get you bored.

Eating routine: the food is not bad, but of course, it is more or less the same, so it is likely that after 5 or 6 days you will start to hate food, because although there is a lot of variety and quantity, if you have lunch and dinner all Every day there comes a point where you will have to repeat and it will seem that you eat the same thing every day. Anyway, if you organize yourself well and do not eat by the eyes monopolizing everything the first days, you can eat a lot of variety. In addition, they usually have special dishes that are unique that day, such as international, local cuisine or some specialty of the house.

Activities, service and environment: as the days go by, it will also be tedious to always see the same thing, although the shows and activities strive to vary, everything ends up becoming the same. Another thing to keep in mind is that if you are a very active person who likes “vidilla”, you will probably get tired of the environment, since they are many days in the same place, and having everything you need there you can finish a little fed up.

Still, I am left with the wonderfulness of its advantages and I will continue booking All Inclusive every time you go on a relaxing plan.

Benefits to Choosing All Inclusive Vacation l Family Travel (September 2020)


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