Ills of All-Inclusive Holidays

A research paper sent to us by by Professor Erdogan Koc, Bandirma Onyedi Eylul University,  Turkey: All-inclusive holidays are preferred by tourists mainly to satisfy a number of psychological needs. Primarily, to a large extent, all-inclusive holidays satisfy tourists’ needs for safety by reducing the perception of financial, psychological, social, physiological, performance and time risks (Koc, 2013). […]

All Inclusive holidays – good for tourists, not so good for local communities

A survey of over 1700 holidaymakers found that the majority believe that the shift towards all-inclusive holidays is a negative development. However most people thought that tourists benefit from all-inclusive holidays, but equally that local communities were worse off.  The full report is now available to download from the Members Area Our new report, The perceived […]