Long-haul breaks 'set to be popular'

06 December 2009 19:43

Long-haul breaks 'set to be popular'

Long-haul holidays which are all-inclusive are set to be popular in 2010, one travel group has said.

According to the Co-operative Travel, people who want to make sure they stay on track with their holiday spending could be more likely to opt for an all-inclusive break, which includes flights and hotels.

Brits considering taking such a break may want to keep in mind that such holidays do not include travel insurance, which should be obtained separately.

Medical costs can be high abroad, which could see Brits without the right level of travel insurance encounter financial struggles which ruin their trip should they fall ill.

Director of retail distribution at the Co-operative Travel Trevor Davis said that he expected all-inclusive breaks to perform well in 2010.

"These all-inclusive holidays give them a chance to be sure of what their actual budget is for that holiday," he said.

According to figures from Thomas Cook, the majority of British people are planning to spend either the same amount or more than usual on their holidays next year.

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