Bit pointless. All-inclusive holidays have the benefits of having transparent costs that are not only clear but guaranteed. It's especially good for families who have little time to plan but want to make the most of their holiday.
From a marketing point of view, all-inclusives generally target a segment far different than the one-off tourist market where people simply book a flight and find a hotel.
Not only that, but all-inclusives have the monopolising benefit of being able to depress costs. They have influence over suppliers, whereas acting independently they would not and would have to pay the market price.
And, most of all, Greece really does not have any special benefits over Italy, Spain, Portugal, France, Bulgaria, Croatia, Israel, Tunisia, Turkey or Algeria.
Which means Greece ... will be the only loser. As everyone else will win.
Might I remind you that Tsipras is the reason Greece is still in a crisis. He doubled the deficit in 2015 from 2014 and had nothing to show for it. Unemployment is down just 1%.
Here's what happened to bank deposits in the month when Tsipras was elected. It was down heavily then started to stabilise and improve again. Then ... record drop.