Barbados Pocket Guide

Pre-Packaged Vacations

Pre-Packaged Vacations

There is constant competition in the travel world, with the airlines, online travel sites and traditional travel agencies seeking to continue to make travelling an attractive option. One way in which this is achieved is through the offer of packaged vacations and in Barbados, this can be your reality in order to maximize your stay.

 

On an island that offers fine food (indigenous and international), local, regional and international designers, quality accommodation and unique places of interest, the question might be asked "How can I not leave anything out?" And yet, package deals are meant to make a vacation more affordable and to offer value for money.

 

Many sites and agents can negotiate air and hotel packages as an incentive to stimulate travel to Barbados. Of course, the choice remains to book everything separately, however if travelling on Air Canada and getting 10 days at one of the hotels of your choice in the Intimate Hotels group in Barbados is going to save $300.00 which might be re-allocated, what is the dilemna?

 

Pre-packaged vacations also extend to exercising the option of patronizing an all-inclusive property in Barbados, such as Turtle Beach Hotel on the south coast. Making such a selection provides a significant measure of comfort to the traveler as he/she is aware of all dining costs prior to making the trip to Barbados. In addition to dining, several properties may include other services in the overall package, for example, access to one spa visit during the guest's stay.

 

Sports enthusiasts can plan golf packages, party-goers can negotiate a Kadooment weekend package, which might consist of accommodation, a band costume and food on the road. Even wedding packages are available and can be coordinated!!

 

It's all about saving, so why don't you check out the pre-packaged vacation deals for Barbados!

 

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Last modified on Friday, 15 July 2011 15:02

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