Monday, April 18, 2011

10 reasons to book an all-inclusive holiday to Gran Canaria

As one of the most popular destinations amongst UK holidaymakers there are countless choices for the perfect all-inclusive Canary Islands holiday. Here are ten reasons why you should book one today.

One of the big advantages of booking an all-inclusive holiday is that you won’t need to incur too many added expenses while away, so you’ll be able to plan your budget accordingly. Just make sure you have a little extra for those spontaneous day trips and excursions!

When booking an all-inclusive resort holiday you can be sure you’re needs will be met and when any issues do arise, you’ll only have to deal with one party who will be fully trained to ensure all your wishes are appropriately tended to.

When arranging an all-inclusive holiday anywhere you’ll want to be guaranteed great weather to really make the best use of all the facilities in the resort. By choosing a holiday to Gran Canaria, with year round sun and warm temperatures, you’ll be sure to come back golden whichever time of the year you go.

The resorts in Gran Canaria boast great facilities, fantastic accommodation, countless activities and gorgeous beaches. What more do you need?

Water sports
Gran Canaria is famous for water sports with both locals and tourists taking part. Sailing and big game fishing are two of the biggest pastimes to be enjoyed in Gran Canaria with other sports such as windsurfing and diving on offer for holidaymakers.

Theme Parks and Attractions
Whether you’re ideal family day out consists of a Wild West theme park, a ride on a roller coaster, a visit to an animal park or a splash at the water park, holidays to the Canary Islands will fulfil your heart’s desire.

Camel Trekking
Fun for all the family; why not join in one of the best attractions to be enjoyed in Gran Canaria? Camel trekking is ideal for those on all-inclusive holidays in Maspalomas.

Las Palmas
Consider taking some time out of the all-inclusive resort to take a trip to the capital of the island, Las Palmas. This cosmopolitan city is home to traditional restaurants, stylish shopping and one of the best beaches on the island.

Gran Canaria offers much for those holidaymakers looking for some fun during the night time hours, with those seeking something a little more alternative than other resorts on the island, advised to head to Playa del Ingles.

Festivals are a huge part of the culture of this vibrant island. Holidaymakers making the trip in July can enjoy the annual Jazz festival, those in August the Film Festival with other music festivals to be enjoyed in the winter.

Amanda Hattersburg writes about everything travel related and in particular cheap holidays abroad. She writes frequently on these subjects and enjoys guest posting on numerous blogs.

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