Ole! It’s the Ultimate Mexico Beaches Sale

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The Ultimate Mexico Beaches Sale which celebrates Mexico’s Bicentennial  is going on right now through  Funjet Vacations.

Mexico is celebrating its 200th year of independence this week, and so the Ultimate Mexico Beaches Sale begins as well.

Funjet Vacations is accepting bookings from now through to October 6th.

Leisure travel to Mexico is continuing be very strong. Over four hundred travelers had taken a vacation to Mexico between April and August this year with Funjet.

Over 93 percent said Mexico was a great place to go on a vacation, and another 97 percent said they would definitely return there for another vacation in the future.

Puerto Vallarta, Cancun, Riviera Maya, Riviera Nayarit, Los Cabos, Cozumel, Ixtapa / Zihuatanejo, and Mazatlan are destinations receiving special sale pricing on vacations until February 28th next year.

There will be a number of hotel options with added values and guest perks. For example, there could be complimentary room upgrades or kids stay for free or even a few free nights accommodation.

On top of that, Funjet customers will receive activities and tours for up to 50 percent less if you book before you leave. You can pay later with flexible deposit options when booking. Also, they will provide non-stop flight options and twenty four hour customer care and have over one thousand agents in the various travel destinations.

Another thing Funjet will provide for you is your round trip to the hotel and then back to the airport as an all-inclusive package. They also have a list of the top resorts and hotels for families or for adults-only stays.

Authored by: Richard Lee

Richard has been traveling since he took a year off from college, where he was doing a BA in Journalism. He traveled half the world, backpacking with his girlfriend (now his wife). They spent time in South America, Asia, Greece and much of Europe. After writing about his experiences for several airline and travel magazines, he never went back to college.