Friday, 27 November 2009 12:00 AM
All inclusive Caribbean holidays are becoming more and more popular thanks to the fact that they offer an easy and convenient way of organising a sunshine break.
They can also be cheaper than booking flights, accommodation and holiday activities separately and so may be worth a look for those whose finances are tight at the moment.
The Caribbean is a wonderful place for a holiday and for good reason – it’s golden beaches, laidback atmosphere, sparkling blue waters and sumptuous food have earned it an enviable reputation as the place to go for the ultimate luxury getaway or honeymoon.
With an all inclusive Caribbean holiday, you can organise your trip so that you’re able to sample the best that the region has to offer without worrying about planning the various separate components of your break.
Typical package Caribbean holidays will likely include items such as food and drink along with your accommodation, as well as a selection of activities.
Depending on the resort or island you choose, these can range from water sports such as water-skiing, sailing, windsurfing and diving to more relaxed pursuits like golf and local tours.
Night-time entertainment and special activities for children may also be thrown into your all inclusive Caribbean break.
Of course, you don’t have to stick to the activities that are included as part of your package holiday – there is so much to see and do in the Caribbean that it is easy enough to find new sights, attractions and pursuits to enjoy.
The area has many sites of historical significance, ranging from colonial buildings in the region’s main cities to museums, battlegrounds and the remains of older structures that are likely to intrigue those with an interest in the past.
If you prefer a more adventurous Caribbean holiday, you can also go on hikes and safaris and perhaps hop to another island to see what else the region has to offer.
And when it comes to food and drink, why stick to only what your hotel provides when there are so many amazing restaurants, barbecues and food stalls where you can have a taste of both traditional and more contemporary Caribbean cuisine?
The joy of an all inclusive holiday means you can choose to do whatever you want – stick within your budget and take advantage of the included extras, or splash out to explore more of the exotic Caribbean.