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Cheapest VS most expensive all-inc holiday - how do they compare?

We've dug out the cheapest and the most expensive all-inclusive holidays we could find to do a side-by-side comparison so you can see which you'd rather book.

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Want to know the difference between spending £192 or £4,712 on a holiday? You have come to the right place!

To make things fair, the comparison is like-for-like with both holidays being seven nights with flights and travelling in the month of December, as these factors could massively alter the results.

Scroll down to see the differences.

Cheap holiday

For the frankly unbelievable price of £192 per person, you can spend a week in Tunisia!

For that money, your flights are included as well as a seven-night stay at the top-rated 4-star Riviera Hotel Port El Kantaoui that a 4/5 rating on Tripadvisor from more than 2,500 reviews.

We had a look through the reviews and guests praise the animation team as well as the food.

Expensive holiday

It's not a massive surprise to see that the most expensive all-inclusive holiday we could find is to dream St Lucia in the Caribbean.

Starting from £4,712 per person, this package includes direct BA flights and a 7-night stay at the adults-only 5-star Ladera Resort staying in a suite with a private plunge pool.

The hotel has a 4.5/5 rating on Tripadvisor and to be honest, the pictures are so dreamy that we might just move there ourselves. It's the only hotel on the island on a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Truth be told, we had expected to be blown away by the expensive holiday so much that the cheap holiday had no chance.

But, for all the glamour of the holiday to St Lucia, the value of the holiday to Tunisia is insane - less than £28 per night for a hotel room with all of your meals and drinks and your flights.

For the cost of the expensive holiday, you could go on the cheap holiday 24X times and for that reason, we would go for Tunisia.

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