All inclusive holidays to Mexico
Endless white sands, scuba diving and designer shopping
Our All inclusive holidays to Mexico come with white–sand beaches, Mayan ruins and tasty tortillas on the side...
Why you should visit Mexico
With sunshine all year round and sand that never seems to run out, Mexico's Caribbean Coast is prime beach territory. And with All inclusive holidays to Mexico, your flights, hotel, food and drink are taken care of. Here are a few things to dip into once you're there...
- Endless beaches
A ribbon of dazzling white sand stretches all the way along Mexico's Caribbean Coast, making it the stuff of beach–lovers' dreams. Lively Playa del Carmen's beach runs the full length of town, backed by hotels, beach clubs and bars that stay open well after the sun has gone down. If you're after watersports, Riviera Maya's Playa Maroma has got the turquoise seas and watersports. Plus there's kite–surfing and deep sea fishing, if you're up for a real adventure.
- Classic cabaret
The cabaret shows around here are kind of like a disco with circus acts and singers thrown in. One of the best is the Coco Bongo Cabaret in Cancun. Cirque du Soleil–style acrobatics are performed to a soundtrack of classic tunes from the Seventies, Eighties and Nineties. The music legend impersonators are, well, legendary.
- Scuba diving island
Since 1961, when diving supremo Jacques Cousteau called it 'one of the best dive sites in the world', the island of Cozumel opposite Playa del Carmen has been a bucket–list destination for serious scuba fans. The reefs here put on an unforgettable undersea show – including a bright blue toadfish you can only find near the island.
- Retail therapy
Bargain hunters and label lovers alike can shop 'til they drop in Cancun. For a good rummage around stalls and little shops, pay a visit to Mercado 28 in the downtown area. This is the place for panama hats, pottery, jewellery and leather. If luxury brands are more your thing, there are 150 boutiques to rifle through in La Isla Shopping Village
- Ancient Mayan cities
Go 90 minutes from Cancun and you'll find the ruins of the ancient city of Tulum Perched on top of a cliff, it's a fantastic place for holiday snaps. Don't miss the Temple of Frescoeswhere the walls are covered in paintings, and the castilo
– a castle–like shrine.
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|Price per person|
|£694 All Inclusive ClubHotel Riu Jalisco, Nuevo Vallarta 17 April 2015, 7 nights|
|£708 All Inclusive Royal Decameron Complex, Nuevo Vallarta 17 April 2015, 7 nights|
|£711 All Inclusive Riu Vallarta, Nuevo Vallarta 17 April 2015, 7 nights|
|£781 All Inclusive Grand Palladium Vallarta Resort & Spa, Puerto Vallarta 17 April 2015, 7 nights|
|£803 All Inclusive Catalonia Riviera Maya Resort & Spa, Riviera Maya 16 April 2015, 7 nights|
Where we go in Mexico
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