Perks of post lockdown! FREE holidays on offer to sunny Cancun, Mexico

A new Cancun campaign is gifting hotels, meals and theme park entry completely free of charge.

Stop what you’re doing and grab your sunscreen, because you could be sipping margaritas and necking tequilas in the sun in the not-too-distant future.

And even if the financial strain of quarantine has seen your bank savings plummet, don’t worry. Because you might not need quite as much cash as you think…

For Cancun is gifting hotels, meals and theme park entry completely free of charge. That’s right, it looks like you can travel for free this summer.

The Mexican hotspot is hopeful that the new campaign will encourage tourists to return after the world went into lockdown earlier this year due to coronavirus.

As of today, attractions are beginning to reopen in Riviera Maya – famed for its all-inclusive resorts and smaller boutique hotels along or near the beach.

More than 200 firms are pledging to get involved in the initiative, which will be officially launched on June 15, in a bid to get people back through their doors.

As with any deal that sounds too good to be true, be sure to read the small print. As while there are many free holidays to be had, there are some T&Cs.

Hotels will offer two nights free for every two nights booked, alternatively they will give a complimentary stay for two children when two adults book.

The 2+2 deal is also extended to car rental, meaning holidaymakers could have two days free for each four days they hire a vehicle.

It is believed there will also be significant discounts and giveaways on golf and spa services, when the details are revealed next Monday.

There are also competitions to enter, with prizes including holidays for the next 20 years. 20 years!! To be in with a chance to win, search the #Come2MexicanCaribbean hashtag.

Since the coronavirus pandemic began, Mexico has seen 13,699 deaths and 117k confirmed cases at the time of publication.

Advice from the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office currently advises Brits against all but essential international travel, yet this is being kept under constant review.

There is also a lot of momentum behind ‘air bridges’, which would see select countries with low transmission rates offer travel corridors to passengers who would not need to quarantine for 14-days on arrival or departure from these destinations.

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