Here are some elements that are typically included in an all-inclusive Hawaii vacation package:
1. Accommodations: Your room or suite at the resort or hotel.
2. Meals: This can include all meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), or just some meals, depending on the package.
3. Beverages: Some packages include alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, while others may include only non-alcoholic options.
4. Activities: This can range from cultural activities, such as hula lessons or lei making, to outdoor activities like snorkeling, paddleboarding, or hiking.
5. Entertainment: Evening shows, live music, and other forms of entertainment may be included.
6. Gratuities and Taxes: These are often included in the package price.
7. Airport Transfers: Some packages include transportation to and from the airport.
When booking an all-inclusive vacation, be sure to ask about any additional fees or costs that may not be included in the package price, such as resort fees or activities that are available at an extra cost. Also, inquire about any restrictions or limitations that may apply, such as dining options or activity availability.