8 Days / 7 Nights Deluxe Mexico all-suite beach resort for 2 adults + 2 kids for just $199 – Save over $1,500!!Mexico / Playa-Del-Carmen / Mayan-Resorts
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Choose from 6 legendary Mexico beach resorts for an unforgettable getaway!
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Get ready for the beach getaway of a lifetime! Head south of the border on this exclusive TripAlertz getaway to one of Mexico’s legendary beach resort areas: Riviera Maya, Puerto Vallarta, Acapulco, Los Cabos, Mazatlan and Rocky Point. Enjoy deluxe all-suite accommodations at the incredibly low price of just $498 for 2 adults and 2 children under 12 for 8 glorious days and 7 fun-filled nights! ($199 + $299 taxes and fees). Purchase your voucher today – then pick your travel dates within six months from voucher purchase! Whichever resort you choose, you know you’ll be having a beach escape you’ll long remember – while saving over 80% in the process!
WHAT’S INCLUDED IN YOUR TRIPALERTZ DEAL:
Fabulous Mexico beach getaway – choose from luxury Mayan Club 5-Star Resorts located in the Riviera Maya, Acapulco, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, Rocky Point and Los Cabos – 8 days/7 nights for only $498 for 2 adults & 2 children under 12 ($199 + $299 taxes & fees)!
- Luxury suite accommodations – all units with kitchen, living/dining areas, extra bathroom and sofa/bed
- Resort activities for adults and kids (vary by resort/destination)
ABOUT MAYAN RESORTS VACATION VOUCHERS
Mayan Club Resorts and our friends at Saves2Go offers an unbelievable deal for an unforgettable beach vacation escape to Mexico’s top beach resorts - Riviera Maya…Puerto Vallarta…Acapulco… Mazatlan…Rocky Point… or Los Cabos! Simply purchase a voucher for only $199 for 8 days/7 nights and stay in one of the Mayan Club’s collection of 5-star resorts. These luxury resorts feature spacious units with fully-equipped kitchens, separate living/dining areas, extra bathrooms and sofa/bed for extra persons. Enjoy first-rate resort facilities such as beautiful beaches, fantasy swimming pools, a host of restaurants and bars, activities, sports facilities and more – all at savings of over $1,500! You’ll have six months to make you actual booking after purchasing your travel voucher with us within the next 2 weeks, so time is really not an issue. What can be easier?
The Mayan Club Resort brands include:
Mayan Palace Resorts: Los Cabos, Riviera Maya, Acapulco, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, Rocky Point
Mayan Palace Resorts are geared to travelers seeking unforgettable Mexican vacation adventures! Suite accommodations are spacious, decorated in a pleasing Mexican style! Resort facilities and amenities include attentive concierge services, swimming pools, tennis courts, Nicklaus-designed golf and Brio Spas and fitness centers. There are also activities geared for kids – perfect for families!
Grand Mayan Resorts: Los Cabos, Riviera Maya, Acapulco, Puerto Vallarta
The Grand Mayan resorts are steeped in the tradition of rich native culture combined with the modern conveniences of a five-stay luxury resort. Resort facilities and amenities include a choice of casual and formal dining options, sparkling swimming pools, Nicklaus-designed golf courses, Brio Spa and fitness centers, kids clubs and more.
The Bliss Resorts: Puerto Vallarta, Riviera Maya
Bliss Resorts are new luxury boutique resorts. Accommodations are first-rate, featuring edgy interiors, floor to ceiling windows and large terraces. Resort facilities and amenities include swimming pools, restaurants serving California-style healthy cuisine, Nicklaus-designed golf and Brio Spas and fitness centers.
Enjoy fully-appointed suite accommodations at Vida Vacations Mayan Club 5-star resort!
Sample Suite amenities feature:
- Bedroom with king size bed
- Living room with sleeper sofa
- Fully-equipped kitchen
- Living / dining areas
- LCD TVs with premium cable / satellite channels
- Most with private terrace or balcony
- Hair dryer
- Iron / ironing board
- In-room safety deposit box
FOOD & DRINK
Enjoy a host of restaurants, bars and lounges at the Mayan Club Resorts. While dining facilities vary by resort / destination, you know you’ll have wonderful options to choose from – including formal and casual restaurants, pool and beach bars and meals prepared in your fully-equipped kitchens for the best in in-room dining.
THINGS TO SEE & DO AT MEXICO RESORT DESTINATIONS
Puerto Morelos might only be located 20 minutes south of Cancun, but it truly is a world apart from the hustle and bustle of the near-by high-energy resort areas. It’s a charming small fishing village with a laid-back atmosphere, replete with a zocolo (town square) surrounded by small shops and local restaurants along its perimeter. The main beach is lovely and just steps from the town center, and is dotted with restaurants and bars. The waters are beautifully calm in good weather. The snorkeling here is amazing – you can bargain with one of the friendly local fishermen to take you out in a small boat to the reef lying just off-shore for some incredible underwater views!
Discover charming of Akumal, nestled on the shores of the Mexican Caribbean and 45 minutes south of Playa del Carmen. This small beachside community has long been a secret getaway known only to those who loved exploring the seaside jungle areas of theYucatanCoast. This hidden gem has 3 beautiful bays, making it a haven for divers and snorkel enthusiasts. Enjoy the white sandy beach on the mainAkumalBay, dotted with restaurants, dive shops and fun and funky beach bars.
A getaway to the Riviera Maya would not be complete without a visit to one (or some) of the area’s world-famous ruins to learn about some of the Mayan’s mysterious past. The most famous are the seaside ruins of Tulum to the south… and Chichen Itza, the “grand-daddy of them all” located in the heart of the Yucatan Peninsula. And the ruins at Coba feature the tallest pyramid to be found on theYucatanPeninsula.
To put it mildly, Puerto Vallartais charming...a Mexican Colonial city with cobble-stoned streets and lovely quaint buildings framed by the ocean in the foreground and towering mountains with lush jungles in the background. The Malecon is a mile-long walkway along the waterfront – it’s always bustling with people walking about, vendors selling their wares and all sorts of character and street entertainers making sure that everyone’s having a good time. It’s also the best place to catch a beautiful Mexican sunset. Open-air cafés, restaurants, bars, chic boutiques and modern art galleries line the streets in and around the waterfront, where strolling around is a treat both day and night.
This is a must-see, must-do for nature lovers! La Tobara is an incredible nature preserve located about three hours north of the Nuevo Vallarta area. A boat takes you on an amazing 10-mile journey through a mangrove-lined eco-system with its dazzling array of wildlife such as exotic birds, tropical fish, giant turtles sunning themselves on tree logs, exotic orchids and sunning crocodiles who actually look like fallen tree logs!
Calling all movie buffs – come to Mismaloya, the cove where the Night of the Iguana was filmed! Once a pristine bay, it’s serene, Shangri-la-like appeal has been compromised by large hotel developments to the north and south of the bay, but it’s still beautiful, none-the-less! You can kick back in a wooden beach chair to enjoy the day, enjoy the view, and enjoy the sunshine. You can rent some watersports equipment right on the beach, and fuel yourself at one of the local beachfront seafood restaurants. This is truly a popular spot for tourists and locals alike, and it’s only 8 miles south from the town ofPuerto Vallarta.
Known as the “Jewel of the Pacific”, Acapulco was once the legendary go-to resort area for the Jet-Set and the “beautiful people” from all over. Today its exclusivity has been toned down a notch by the emergence of other magnificent resort areas up and down the Mexican coast, but it’s no less beautiful and no less exciting! Nestled on the shores of magnificent Acapulco Bay– one of the most famous views in the world – you’ll find a bustling tourist destination and port city. Enjoy stunning beaches, incredible natural surroundings, unlimited water and land sports activities, amazing shopping, fabulous dining and legendary nightlife along “The Costera” (Avenida Costera Miguel Aleman, the main avenue that runs the length of the city) that doesn’t really heat-up until the midnight witching hour. And the Mexican beers and tequilas taste so much better when you’re sipping like a local!
Cliff Divers at La Quebrada
This is a must-see, must-do for everyone visiting Acapulco. The Acapulco cliff divers are legendary… fearless, some might say a little loco – jumping (soaring) from high atop the cliffs at La Quebrada’s Club La Perla restaurant down into the shallow rock-infested waters below. Yes, there are a lot of people watching, and yes it could be considered to be a “tourist trap”, but it’s one you definitely need to see. Shows are in the afternoon and in the evening.
Playa is the Mexican translation for “beach” – and there sure are some great ones to choose from in the Acapulco area. Playa Condesa is in the heart of the city, and lined with glittering hotels and great restaurants. Playa Caleta is located in “Old Acapulco”, more family oriented with snug little bays and clam waters, also dotted with tons of restaurants – a great place to spend a day from the tourist hub. The impressive and sprawling Playa Revolcadero is near the airport and home to the world famous Fairmont Acapulco Princess and Pierre Marques resort hotels – it’s absolutely stunning, but while the waters are too rough for swimming, they’re great for surfing and horseback riding. Pie de la Cuesta, off to the west, features a long expanse of beach dotted with little restaurants, and offers the area’s other spectacular sunset vantage point.
Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas is the “happening town” where party and fun are at the top of everyone’s agenda! Stroll the pedestrian walkway which curves around the picturesque harbor, past countless restaurants, bars and shops on one side, and sport fishing boasts and sleek yachts on the other. It was originally a small fishing village where theSeaofCortezmeets thePacific Ocean, and has grown into one ofMexico’s most popular resort destinations. Make sure to stop by the legendary Cabo Wabo Cantina, one of the town’s most famous night spots, founded by Sammy Hagar of Van Halen-band fame – it’s one of the best places to eat and party in all ofMexico!
San Jose del Cabo
San Jose del Cabo is the “low-key sister, the charming colonial town on the other side of the “Sun Corridor” from party-hearty Cabo San Lucas. Stroll along her pedestrian-only streets, pop in and out of area art galleries, dine in some of the area’s finest restaurants, spend the days under the beautiful sun, or ride a horse on the beach. The town’s main square, or Zocolo, is home to the cathedral – a reminder of San Jose del Cabo’s vivid history as a mission.
As the name aptly implies, this is the land which lies between the area’s two towns of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. This 20-mile Corridor at Land’s End is defined by the azure blue and turquoise waters of the Sea of Cortés, rugged cliffs, quiet coves teeming with marine life, desert vistas and mountains that all come together with a wash of vibrant colors that are unmistakably Cabo’s. Today, other than the natural flora and fauna, the Corridor’s population consists of luxury hotels and resort properties, as well as a variety of premier, world-class golf courses designed by the legends of the game.
Fishing and Deer Island
Mazatlan is Mexico's most popular sport fishing location. Types of fish available to be caught are sailfish, marlin, dorado, wahoo, tuna, shrimp and grouper. You might even be able to have your catch prepared at your local restaurant for dinner. For the novice or practiced fisherman, there are plenty of fishing charters to choose from for an unforgettable expedition! Deer Island is located in the bay of Mazatlan and offers relaxing days in the sun and fun-filled adventures. Head to Deer Island for kayaking, reef snorkeling, hiking, swimming, banana boat ride, and volleyball.
Walking Tour of Old Mazatlan
If you like history and walking, get yourself over to Old Mazatlan. Highlights include the Central Market, the Cathedral, Plaza Revolution, Plaza Machado, the Angela Peralta theater and the Archeological Museum
Mazatlan Aquarium has been one of the top things to do in Mazatlan for the last 30 years. A noted center for aquatic life, the Mazatlan Aquarium (or Acuario Mazatlan in Spanish) is the largest in Mexico and ranks among the finest in all of Latin America. Divided into a Botanic Garden and Aquarium, the Mazatlan Aquarium is dedicated to preserving and promoting marine ecosystems and marine species.
Rocky Point, Mexico is located on the northern shore of the Seaof Cortez(Gulf of California). The name Rocky Point is an American name for the town of Puerto Peñasco, in the state of Sonora, Mexico. Puerto Penasco is a small fishing village, commonly referred to by American visitors as Rocky Point. This small fishing town has blossomed into a popular modern day vacation destination. It’s a little over 60 miles from the USA border which makes the seaside city a popular drive-to destination by visitors from the USA. Residents of Phoenix, Arizona can drive to Puerto Penasco, Mexico in as little as 3.5 hours. Rocky Point is often called “Arizona’s beach” because it is close in proximity in Arizona and easy to get to rather quickly.
Things to do in Rocky Point
Go the beach, of course – Playa Hermosa is known to be a great beach for families – when the tide goes out, the rocks and rock-rimmed estuaries and tide pools are exposed – providing hours of educational fun! The area is also great for fishing and unsurpassed scuba diving – the Sea of Cortes was called “The World Aquarium” by Jacques Cousteau! Stop off at Bird Island, habitat to sea lions and birds, and another great spot for snorkeling, fishing and kayaking.
GETTING TO YOUR MEXICO BEACH GETAWAY
- Valid passports are required for travel into and out of Mexico
- Airport codes: Riviera Maya: CUN; Puerto Vallarta: PVR; Acapulco: ACA; Mazatlan: MZT; Los Cabos: SJD
- This promotional offer is sponsored by Saves2Go, and not TripAlertz or the hotel directly.
- Limited time promotional price for 8 days / 7 nights is $199
- Mandatory resort fees, taxes and booking fees are not included and are payable directly to Saves2Go upon voucher redemption as follows: 2 adults, or 2 adults + 2 children under 12: $299
- Package for valid for a stay of 8 days / 7 nights
- Valid picture ID and credit card are required upon check-in
- Purchaser has to be 21 years of age or older
- Additional nights and extra adults may be added for an additional fee
- Travel must be completed within six months of voucher purchase date
- Reservation is non-transferable and non-refundable; no cancellations or changes are permitted
- Group travel is not permitted with this offer
- Transportation / airfare to Mexico is not included
This promotional offer is sponsored by Saves2Go not the hotel. All questions regarding the promotion and availability should be directed to the Saves2Go reservation department at 1-888-479-5922 or e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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