Five-Night All-Inclusive Cancun Vacation with Airfare
Included in all options:
- Round-trip airfare with departures from the following gateways (for cities with multiple gateways, gateway will be assigned at time of booking): FLL, DFW, BOS, JFK, LGA, MDW, or ORD.
- Five-night, all-inclusive stay in a Superior Deluxe Ocean View room at Moon Palace Cancun
- All meals, snacks, and alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages
- $1500 resort credit
- Two tickets per room to Cirque Dreams Rocks show
Moon Palace Cancun
Situated 15 miles south of downtown Cancun on the Caribbean Sea, Moon Palace Cancun is a sprawling beachfront resort with multiple restaurants, bars, pools, and family-friendly activities. With the all-inclusive plan, you have access to a la carte and buffet restaurants that specialize in a variety of cuisines, ranging from Italian and Brazilian to Caribbean and Asian. You can keep the party going after-hours at several bars, as well as at the Andromeda disco and the chic Noir nightclub.
You don’t have to venture far for entertainment. Play a round on the 27-hole Jack Nicklaus-designed course or practice surfing technique at the FlowRider. The Dolphinarium offers guests a chance to swim and interact with eight friendly dolphins in an on-site aquarium.
Watch the spectacular sunrise from your Superior Deluxe Ocean View Room, which overlooks the Caribbean with a private balcony. Each room also comes with a double Jacuzzi.
Cancún: Cool White Sands and Mayan Relics
Located on a barrier island shaped like the number seven, Cancún's Hotel Zone juts into the Caribbean Sea at the northeast tip of Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. With the sea on one side and freshwater lagoons on the other, it's a popular spot for sailing and snorkeling. Although the beaches and barrier reefs are a major draw, the geography is equally enticing further inland, where you can dive into an underground river or take a speedboat through a mangrove jungle.
Cancún pulls in millions of visitors each year, so escaping the crowds and the party atmosphere isn't always easy, but a visit to Playa Delfines offers a chance for sunbathing in relative seclusion. Resorts have yet to encroach upon this stretch of sand, and it's especially popular with surfers.
The stone columns of El Rey Ruins, an ancient Mayan site dating back to the second and third centuries BCE, lie within the city’s Hotel Zone. Believed to be a royal burial ground, the archaeological site is also home to wild iguanas that lounge in the sun and read Tom Clancy novels. For a Mayan-themed daytrip, take a 1.5-hour drive from Cancún down the coast to Tulum, a pre-Columbian walled city located on a bluff overlooking the sea—one of the Yucatán Peninsula's most visited Mayan ruins. The Mayan city of Chichén Itzá, chosen as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in 2007, is only a 2.5-hour drive from Cancún.
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