Tips for Planning your Summer Vacation to Cancun

Tips for Planning your Summer Vacation to Cancun

Cancun Summer Vacation

Summer is upon us which means kids are out of school and families are going on vacation. So far this year we’ve seen a large increase of travelers interested in visiting a beach destination with Cancun being one of the more popular spots. Cancun has always been known as one of the better spots in Mexico for a vacation with the great resorts located in the Hotel Zone as well being able to stretch your dollar a little further as compared to other destinations. If you are interested in possibly taking a Summer vacation to Cancun this year, you may consider doing these things to help make things easier.

Like I’ve mentioned many times before, when vacationing in any place in Mexico, try to go all inclusive as it will allow you to do more for less. I know I sound like a broken record, but with an all inclusive package you can save on your trip to Cancun as you can book your airfare, resort stay, meal plan and more for a discounted price. In Cancun, there are a lot of great resorts that include the Dreams Sands Cancun Resort & Spa and the IBEROSTAR Cancun that offer all inclusive packages and cater to your every needs to make sure you have a great trip. One of the reasons why I love all inclusive trips so much is because I don’t need to worry about paying for anything while I’m at my resort. In the long run, this helps me save and allows me to do other things, as I can now afford to do them.

Another tip for your Summer vacation to Cancun is to make sure you book your excursions and make your restaurant reservations as soon as you can. As you can imagine, a lot of people love to visit the beaches in Cancun and with this a lot of the activities and restaurants get booked up really quickly. On a recent trip my friend and her husband took, they wanted to do a particular activity and thought they would just book it at the front desk when they checked in. When she got to the resort and tried to make a reservation, some of the things she wanted to do were overbooked, so she ended up not doing the things she wanted to do. I know some people like to wait till the last minute, but once you know what you want to do, try to reserve your spot so you don’t have to worry about it.

Something that might seem like a no brainier, but is something that a lot of people don’t do is to make sure that you pack the right things that you need for your trip. One thing that I have noticed, especially from those who are visiting Cancun for the first time, is that all they pack are bikinis and other beach related clothing options. You should also consider packing some nice dress clothes, as well for dining at fine restaurants. If you decide to go all inclusive like I recommended, most resorts have some great steak houses and other fine dining and you don’t want to be walking in there in flip flops and shorts. Yes it is important to have your beach gear packed, but make sure you have options just in case something comes up.

2016-07-26T17:32:23-06:00June 12th, 2014|0 Comments

Leave A Comment

×
Or, send a message and we’ll get back to you
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
×

All promo codes are subject to change or withdrawal at any time without notice. Valid booking window: 12/4/2017-12/18/2017. Valid travel dates 01/01-02/28/2018. Blackout dates may apply. 3-night minimum stay required. Additional restrictions may apply. Promo code discount as follows: Save $25 per adult on air/hotel or land only packages 3-5 nights from Apple Vacations and save $25 per adult on air/hotel or land only packages 3-5 nights from Traveloni. Save $50 per adult on air/hotel or land only packages of 6 or more nights and save $50 per adult on air/hotel or land only packages 6 nights or more from Foremost Travel. Promotional code must be entered at the time of new booking and also that Promotional code not valid for group bookings.

×

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Prices were valid at time of publishing and may change at any time. Prices are per person based on double occupancy (unless otherwise stated) and may include (if stated) round-trip airfare via U.S. certified air carriers, round-trip airport/hotel transfers, hotel taxes and baggage handling, fuel surcharges, all pre-collected U.S. and foreign taxes and fees including September 11th Security Fee, $10 late booking fee if applicable (for bookings within 14 days of departure). Packages to Hawaii and Europe do not include airport transfers. Packages in Turks and Caicos or San Juan, Puerto Rico do not include airport transfers. Packages flying into Cancun but staying in Cozumel require supplemental ferry transfers at an additional cost. In some instances, pricing may specifically apply to one of multiple flights on select departure days. All packages are based on the lowest hotel/air classes available at time of publication, capacity controlled, subject to availability and may change without notice. Promotional pricing may only be available for a limited time. Holiday/weekend surcharges may apply. Restrictions/blackout dates may apply. Where Kids, Stay, Play and Eat Free, Kids pay regular airfare including taxes. Checked bag fees from the air carrier may apply, ranging from $10-$100 per bag. The following fees are subject to change: resort fees for hotels in Hawaii may apply and range from $10-$30 per room, per night payable directly to the hotel; $10 Dominican Republic Tourist Card fee payable at resort airport upon arrival-cash only, U.S. dollars; $29 Costa Rica Departure tax payable at resort airport upon departure-U.S. dollars, colones, Visa or MasterCard are accepted. Traveloni is not responsible for errors or omissions. Vacation Supplier cancellation policies apply.

×