Have you ever had a bad experience during a so-called all-inclusive travel package? All-inclusive travel packages are a service offered by travel agencies, through which, for a pre-set price, all transportation (flight, ship, train), accommodation, food and other services are covered. Increasingly, however, tourists are frustrated with the all-inclusive travel package: deficiencies or inaccuracies in the nature and quality of the services do not meet the standards promised and advertised. Imagine newlyweds on their honeymoon or a family eagerly embarking on a long-awaited trip to an exotic place: they find that the hotel rooms are dirty, the beach is inaccessible. Or maybe they get food poisoning. What are the foreseeable and practicable damages that are possible to recover? Most travelers are aware of the process for recovering damages for a cancelled flight or loss of luggage, but not many likely know that it is also possible to recover the non-economic damages suffered during a pre-arranged, all-inclusive trip.