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Cancun, Mexico 

The perfect quick get away, weekend trip, girl celeration or a solo recharge. Cancun has it all. As one of the most popular tourist destinations in Mexico, Cancun attracts visitors each year to its pristine white beaches, its top-notch resort and hotel scene and its crystal blue water. The city is home to hundreds of hotels that line the beaches in an area called the hotel zone, attracting all types of guests, from traveling business people to timeshare owners to families.


The city is probably most famous for its Mayan ruins, which dot the landscape around this southern region of Mexico. From El Rey to Tulum, the ancient stone remains are unique archaeological attractions that tell the original story of the now bustling modern city. Many people also visit the area for its great dive sites. Colorful coral reefs and diverse sea life are located right offshore, and a variety of inland cenotes (deep natural wells) attract diving enthusiasts to explore the rich underwater worlds of Cancun.


If good weather in Cancun is your main priority, temperatures in the winter usually fall between 75 and 90 degrees from December through April. Just in time for Cinco de Mayo, the weather gets hotter and more humid, with most days hitting the mid 90s until September. Mexico's hurricane season falls between June and November. Keep in mind that hurricanes don't always land, but there can be multiple days of rainy and overcast weather. September through November tend to be the stormiest months.


Image by Sean Oulashin
Image by Sean Oulashin

Elite Land Only Package 

Starting price $1,899.00 per person
  • Accommodation of four nights  at a four-star or higher  resort/hotel

  • Garden view or courtyard room

  •   Private round-trip airport and hotel transportation 

  • All-inclusive package  ( meals and beverage)


Package and price are subject to change without notice. Price varies based on date, the number of travelers, and availability. 

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