If you’re looking to avoid the chilly weather, JetBlue has got you covered with their national “Monster Sale.” You can fly from Newark to Cancun starting at just $114 or from Florida to Cancun for as low as $104. The sale also includes flights to other sunny destinations like Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, and Orlando. All of these locations are perfect for a winter getaway, and there’s no denying that Cancun belongs on this list of great travel destinations. JetBlue announced this 3-day Halloween, which allows anyone to snag a great deal for a limited time.
Cancun is a beloved vacation spot in the Mexican Caribbean. And with good reason— The Mayan ruins, deep turquoise waters, and a relaxed vibe are only some of the reasons why travelers flock to this popular destination year after year. Cancun is the ideal vacation spot, no matter what your idea of a good time is. You can spend your days relaxing at the spa or on the beach. Perhaps you want to fill your days jam-packed with activities like water sports and sightseeing. El Rey Ruins, an archeological site just 15 minutes away from Cancun International Airport, offers visitors a rare glimpse into the ancient Mayan culture. And if you’re feeling more adventurous, there are countless magnificent sites to visit that will make your trip even more memorable.
The Notorious Chichen Itza Is A Must See
The globally renowned Chichen Itza, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, is always a tourist favorite. This archeological site, also known as The Big Mayan City, has been featured on many travel shows and magazine covers. Visitors can admire one of the earliest pyramids and explore the terrain while learning all about the ancient Mayan civilization from local tour guides.
This landmark is probably one of the most visited due to its charm and unique architecture. The travel to Chichen Itza from Cancun is just shy of three hours; it’s definitely worth the trip. In addition, there are two cenotes (natural pools formed by sinkholes) nearby that are perfect for swimming and for amazing photoshoots.
Flights to Cancun International Airport
JetBlue’s Monster Sale is only eligible for flights occurring on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from November 2nd until February 15th, 2023— excluding blackout dates which are from Nov. 18 through Nov. 28 and Dec. 16 through Jan. 3, 2023. Taking these flights could be a challenge for some, but if you work remotely or have extra vacation days, you can make the most of these flights.
However, if you need more options that are less restrictive on dates, there are alternatives for you to compare different deals. Not only is JetBlue offering travelers direct flights to Cancun at a discounted price, but other top airlines like American Airlines, Delta, and Southwest Airlines have similar deals.
Cancun’s proximity to natural sites and the closeness of hotels to the airport (we’re talking about minutes) is what makes this destination so attractive. People like convenience and ease, especially when vacationing. With all-inclusive resorts like Le Blanc Spa Resort Cancun Palace, Live Aqua Beach Resort Cancun, and adults-only Atelier Playa Mujeres, you can enjoy a worry-free vacation complete with delicious food and drinks, plenty of activities, and luxurious accommodations. This makes Cancun the perfect sunny getaway.
If you’ve been waiting for a sign to visit Cancun, this might be it. These airlines’ seasonal sales are the best opportunity to book a direct flight at a lower price. JetBlue’s Halloween sale ends on Oct. 27 at 11:59 pm ET or your local time. So, if you’re looking to take advantage, be sure to plan your trip accordingly.
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