The package costs 49,800 and includes airfare, accommodations (the player's tent as well as access to Resident Services), labor, tax, and a NookPhone. Since the player arrives on the island without any Bells on hand, however, Tom Nook allows them to pay off their debt with a lump sum of 5,000 Nook Miles. Once the Getaway Package bill is paid, the player is free to enjoy a life of leisure, but Tom Nook offers to upgrade the player from a tent to a house and lets them to take out a zero-interest loan for the construction costs.
Initially, the Getaway Package is booked by the player and two accompanying villagers: one that always has a Jock personality, and one that always has a Sisterly personality. As buzz about the island grows, Tom Nook will ask the player to set up and provide furniture for three housing plots for three villagers (always guaranteed to be peppy, lazy, and normal) so that he can offer an enhanced Getaway Package to customers. Later, the player can build a campsite and purchase five additional housing plots for 10,000 apiece, marking the island's transition from wilderness vacation site to thriving town.
|Animal Crossing: New Horizons|
|Deserted island • Fish • Bugs • Deep-sea creatures • Fossils • Villagers • Events • Clothing • Crafting materials • Customization Kits • DIY recipes • Call Islander • NookPhone • Island Designer • Nook Miles • Nook Inc. • Nook Stop • Getaway Package • Special characters • Furniture • Tools • Resident Services • Tutorial • Mystery tours • Photopia • Dreaming • K.K. Slider song list • Artwork • Island evaluation • House customization • Glitches • Version history|