“All-inclusive” vacations are not to be confused with “guided group tours.” When referring to an “all-inclusive” vacation, we are generally referring to a warm-sunny destination beach resort outside of the United States. An all-inclusive vacation is a “one price for everything” vacation. That price will include air-fare, accommodations and all food and drinks including alcoholic beverages. All-inclusive resorts also allow their guests access to all non-motorized activities, including snorkeling, surfing, sailing etc. at no extra charge. Guests will generally have to pay extra for “top-shelf” alcohol and optional excursions.