Jamaica All Inclusive Resorts

Written by Patricia Tunstall
Bookmark and Share

Jamaica all inclusive resorts are great for those who want to know in advance exactly what their total charges are going to be, and exactly what they will be receiving in services for those charges. Families, especially, might find Jamaica all inclusive family vacations an efficient way to plan for their trip. Families, groups, and other guests--judging by the prevalence of this arrangement--find it an easy way to budget.

If tourists are unfamiliar with travel to Jamaica, and don't have any idea about accommodations, geography, pricing, or recreation, the packages offered by resorts are a great help for first time visitors. The guesswork is removed, and guests will have a care-free time with their activities and meals planned for them. There are, however, some drawbacks to the plans offered by Jamaica all inclusive resorts.

Shortcomings of Jamaica All Inclusive Resorts

Although guests at the major resorts have a lot of fun, their paid-for activities are confined to those provided within the confines of the resort. More than likely, an "all inclusive" plan does not include the more expensive outings, such as jet skiing, scuba classes, and horseback riding. Golf players will find that any attendant expenses are extra.

Depending on your chosen meal plan, you will probably pay for extra meals if you take tours during the day. Renting private villas may sound extravagant, but, in fact, it is cheaper than signing up for packages at Jamaica all inclusive resorts. Ultimately, the real test is whether or not you want to see the "real" Jamaica, or stick with other guests at a resort.


Bookmark and Share