Travel Challenge: A two-week trip to Mexico
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Friday 22 February 2013
This week: a two-week adventure in Mexico. Prices are per person, based on two people travelling together. Each package includes 14 nights' accommodation, all transfers and flights from the UK in April.
Includes Virgin flights from Gatwick to Cancun on 30 April, a week's B&B on the "On the Jaguar's Steps" group tour, followed by a week's all-inclusive at Secrets Capri Riviera, Cancun. "This package combines the Yucatan's Mayan ruins with time on the beach," says Nicky Betts (01306 747008; kuoni.co.uk).
Includes BA flights from Heathrow to Mexico City on 12 April (returning Cancun) and a private "Highlights of Mexico" tour with B&B in Mexico City, Oaxaca, Merida, Chichen Itza, and the Riviera Maya. "This comprehensive tour covers all the key highlights," says Megan Parkinson (020-8747 8315; journeylatinameirca.co.uk).
Includes Delta flights from Heathrow to Cancun via Atlanta on 4 April, a five-day "Yucatan Highlights" private tour, then 10 nights' all-inclusive at the Occidental Grand Xcaret. "This tour explores colonial gems, ancient Mayan sites and an abundance of wildlife," says Tiffany Cope (020-7368 1200; trailfinders.com).
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