Club Med has an "endless summer" sale for New Zealand customers with up to 30 percent off all-inclusive holidays booked for next year.
The packages offer accommodation, food, drinks - including alcohol - childcare and activities for a flat fee which varies from resort to resort.
At the time of publishing, the sale lists a seven-night stay starting at NZ$1090 per adult for a resort in Guilin, China; NZ$1470 for a resort in Hokkaido, Japan; NZ$1545 for a resort in Phuket, Thailand; and NZ$1665 for a resort in Bali, Indonesia.
The sale is on until the end of October with travel dates from June 17 to December 16, 2024.
Flights can be included in the packages for some of the destinations, which extend beyond Asia with resorts in Europe, Africa, North America and the Caribbean.
As with any travel sale, all terms and conditions should be carefully checked before purchasing.
There are several other brands that offer New Zealanders all-inclusive holiday packages, particularly cruise ships.
At the time of publishing, the Club Med Endless Summer website lists seven-night stays with starting per adult rates of:
- Cherating Beach, Malaysia - $1384
- Cancun, Mexico - $1980
- Gregolimano, Greece - $1940
- Phuket, Thailand - $1545
- Bodrum Palmiye, Turkey - $1615
- Bali, Indonesia - $1665
- La Palmyre Atlantique, France - $2195
- Kani, Maldives - $2515
- Marrakech La Palmeraie, Morocco - $1825
- Guilin, China - $1090
- Punta Cana, Dominican Republic - $1870
- Tomamu Hokkaido, Japan - $1470.
Most Club Med package deals include resort accommodation, all-day dining and open bar access, Kids Club and activities including yoga, sailing, snorkelling and surfing. Guests can opt to pay more for additional activities, exclusive area access and premium spirits or champagne not on offer at the open bars.