Chantaklem, Chanthaburi, Thailand

Factors to Consider Before Choosing a Holiday Package

Make no mistakes: choose the best holiday package.

Choosing where to spend your love holiday is the biggest challenge. You'll need to approach the best company and save some money to make the exercise a success.
Here are some factors to consider when choosing your best package for love holidays.

1.Choose Your Provider
In making a decision, a selection is inevitable. Before you choose where you want to go, you'll have to select your provider. Go for the best companies, the popular ones that boast of high customer satisfaction.

Look for the best tour operators with many positive reviews.

2. Value for Money
When planning a day out or a vacation, check what the package will cover and what it will not. Well, you can plan a one week out in a resort paying the lowest amount. With this, the food quality will be low. You may also suffer a reduced selection on the drinks-whether alcoholics or soft drinks- you take.

All in all, the price you pay should cater for an all-inclusive service: lunch, breakfast, snacks and dinner. It should also cater for other activities like access to swimming pools, access to the hotel's nightclub and gym activities. It's also possible to have a spa and a sauna.

Ensure the amount you pay commensurate to the services you receive.

3.Other Extras You Pay For
Not everything you need or want will be included in the price you pay. Before you make the bookings, check what's included in the standard package and what is not. Well, some guests expect superior dining as compared to buffet meals.

For instance, golf and horse riding will cost extra. Also, pay attention to the set curfews. While you may get some free services in the restaurant, the management may limit or set a curfew.

4. Decide on the Resort
You won't know what's in the package or not unless you choose the place to visit and book a room. Well, the rates in urban areas may be higher than the ones in the rural areas. Besides, there are big and bustling resorts that live and breathe by offering all-inclusive packages.

Some of these resorts will have what you need and within your financial limits.

5. Know Your Rights as a Traveler
Before you purchase any holiday package, understand the rights you have as outlined in the statutes. Some of these include the right to a compensation equivalent to the package you buy. As a tourist or a visitor, you should get nothing more or nothing less than what you agree with your travel agent.
Also, the costs should be communicated in advance. Where there's a difference between the costs you incur and the ones promised, it's known as "loss of value." You can use the disappointment as a reason for making the claim.

However, you may need to discuss the problem with your holiday provider on how to fix the issues before resorting to this.