All-inclusive holidays 'on the rise'
30 April 2009 06:26
British consumers are opting to go on all-inclusive holidays this year, instead of cancelling their trips and travel insurance policies completely.
That is according to travelsupermarket.com, which has suggested that this type of vacation allows holiday-makers to save money by allowing for a control of finances.
According to the holiday provider, the 30 per cent of travellers planning to cancel their trips aboard this summer should reconsider and conduct research to find cheaper options instead.
Bob Atkinson, spokesman for travelsupermarket.com, identified that a "big rise" had occurred in the number of consumer choosing fully inclusive options.
He said: "All inclusive holidays are perceived to be very good value because you get so much for your money."
Last month, Expedia claimed that Brits are travelling further afield to exotic countries as their money will stretch further when they arrive.