Are you itching to soak in the sun on the Cancun strip and stay in a luxurious resort but don’t have the big bucks to do it?
Problem solved! This deal through Air Transat offers you all of that at a bargain price.
For $701.02 CAD with all taxes and fees included you can fly from Vancouver to Cancun round-trip on direct flights and stay in a beautiful four star property. The dates are from September 17th – 24th.
The Oasis Smart is a beautiful hotel that affords you a close proximity to the main hotel strip and all of the fun in downtown Cancun. Approximately 20 minutes from the airport, you won’t feel as if you’re taking part a pilgrimage just to make your return flight home.
If you’ve never been to Cancun, you’re in for a real treat. While the Pacific side of Mexico is beautiful, the water doesn’t have that stunning, turquoise colour that is renowned on social media and in the hearts of all of those who’ve seen it.
Once you take in the white sand beaches on the Cancun strip and gaze out on the endless, sparkling ocean, you’ll feel like you’re in paradise.
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And, if you like to party, you can partake in some serious fun. While there are plenty of places to go if you aren’t a partier, Cancun’s downtown core at night is jam-packed with clubs, party-goers, and even dancing in the street. One of the most, if not the most famous club, is Coco Bongo. Renowned for it entertainment-themed style, it is an immersive and utterly wild club experience.
With designer shopping, deletable cuisine, and tons of fun activities to try, you’ll never feel bored in this city. Also, it isn’t far to travel to some ancient ruins that will transport you back in time or to go snorkling and discover a whole other world beneath the ocean’s surface.
What are you waiting for? Booking your holiday here.
Travel tip: Please keep in mind that Mexico is generally safe in the tourist areas, however, some useful tips will ensure that your stay runs smoothly. First, if you are withdrawing money, it is always a wise idea to do so during daylight hours and preferably inside of a banking institution. Also, it is wise not to discuss your travel plans within an earshot of strangers or when you plan to take out money or things of that nature. If you plan on hailing a cab, ask the hotel to arrange one from you rather than doing so. It is wiser to let them handle that then risk getting into a vehicle with a potentially dangerous individual.