TORONTO — Though Sandals Resorts International didn’t invent the all-inclusive concept with its first resort in Jamaica back in 1981, it is largely credited with perfecting it. Since the debut of ...
TORONTO — Sunwing is helping families celebrate the end of the school year with its School’s Out for Summer Sale.
From now until June 28, when one parent books, the other parent travels for half the price with select vacation packages to top-rated resorts across the Caribbean, Mexico and Central America.
The 50% savings for second passenger is distributed as 25% per person, says Sunwing, and calculated comparing the current price to the originally published rate.
“Families can ditch their staycation plans and book the ultimate summer vacation at an all inclusive resort instead, with amenities and activities that vacationers of all ages will love,” says Sunwing. “Parents can focus on enjoying their time together as a family instead of worrying about arranging meals, keeping the kids entertained or cleaning up like they do at home.”
Families can make their time away even more memorable with Sunwing’s exclusive Experiences of the Week, offering new limited-time deals on top-rated Sunwing Experiences excursions every week.
Clients can enjoy even more savings with Sunwing’s Kids Stay, Play and Eat FREE deals, no single parent supplement fees, exclusive inclusions and more.
Participating resorts include Caribe Club Princess Beach Resort and Spa in Punta Cana, on Bavaro Beach. Family-friendly amenities and activities include bike rentals, snorkelling and kids and teens clubs.
Another popular resort included in the sale is Riu Montego Bay with its action-packed activity program and accommodation options that sleep families of five or more. Sunwing passengers can make the most of their time with exclusive RIU-topia inclusions such as unlimited reservation-free dining at specialty restaurants, free WiFi and more.
Another option, Viva Wyndham Azteca in Riviera Maya, is within walking distance of Playa del Carmen and its famous 5th Avenue. At the resort, vacationers can try out a range of free water sports and get access to nearby sister resort Viva Wyndham Maya.