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Donna asks…

How can I get a good deal to Riviera Maya?

My buddy is having a wedding in Riviera Maya in August and I am in the wedding so I need to go. I tried to book t through the wedding planner and it cost $1450 pp from Philly. I keep hearing from other people that they did days in Riviera Maya for $800 and $900. Can anyone give me some advice on how I can find a good deal because I am lost!!

Thanks!!!

Tijuana answers:

Your travel agent is your best bet, like the other answer. Are the prices you are quoting air/hotel? August is our high summer season here. We are busy with locals from the north of Mexico, South Americans and Italians.
Try looking for the web site of the hotel you are staying at,many times they will offers less expensive packages than you will find at travel sites. Is the wedding at an all inclusive hotel? If so than you will have to stay there as they will only let non guest in with the purchase of a day pass and this will not allow you to pass to the rooms and at many locations only until early evening.
If the hotel is not an all inclusive than you can look for a less expensive hotel and book there.
I found flights for as low as 550 and up on this site
http://www.lowfares.com/?t=ts_bskin&t=ts_pkg5&t=ts_bt5&asid=1088
Hope this helps. Good luck. If you got another question just ask, or contact me directly.

Donald asks…

How do I get best deal at Royal Hideaway in Mexico?

I love this place on the Riviera Maya and I want to go back for a third time. But I can’t really afford a lot now. How do I get a steal of a deal down there? Thanks!

Tijuana answers:

I would say book now, but Americans seem to be the only people avoiding Mexico. Tourism is actually up a bit.

My advise would be to find a Certified Travel Consultand, who has contacts with various reputable package tour operators, tell him/her what you want, and see what’s available. Remember, season affects price, and so does occupancy. A slow month in the “high” season can produce some pretty interesting specials.

If you are flexible, in date, as well as amenities, you’ll likely do better.

Let me know if I can help.

Joe

PS – I tend to book “complete” “all inclusive” packages. From/to the plane, including transfers and excursions. That way you ALWAYS know, up front, what your costs are going to be.

Sharon asks…

How do you get a good deal on an all inclusive package (inc air & hotel)?

What destinations offer the best all-includive deals?

Tijuana answers:

I used to work at a travel agency and Pleasant Holidays was one of the companies I used most for all-inclusive packages (not for myself personally, but for clients). They do packages in Hawaii, Mexico, the Caribbean, Fiji, Bora Bora..pretty much all the tropical places. 🙂
I would say Hawaii or Mexico would be your cheaper options and they have everything from 5 start hotels to 2-3 star hotels…just let them know you want it to be all-inclusive and what kind of budget you have and they can help ya.
You might even be able to go to their site and put together your own package on www.pleasantholidays.com ..I’m not 100% sure if you can, but it’s worth a shot.

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