Fact: Not always. If you book a getaway to an all-inclusive resort in the Caribbean or Mexico, chances are there won’t be extra charges for things like alcohol, paddleboard equipment, or specialty dinners. The time to watch out, though, is on a cruise. That’s when “all-inclusive” might have a fuzzy definition. “Cruise lines know that you’re a captive audience. So while booking the trip may not cost a lot, you can rack up lots of additional charges for things like shore excursions and meals,” says Pauline Frommer, the editorial director of the Frommer’s guidebooks. Investigate details carefully.