Direct Travel’s Cancún Getaway

The Cancun Getaway from Direct Travel invites YOU to join us on this exciting trip to Cancún for $849.00 per person! The trip runs October 26th through October 30th, 2018! This is a trip you DO NOT want to miss. Tickets are very limited and it will sell out FAST!

Stay at the Iberostar Cancún Hotel in Cancún, Mexico! Don’t miss out on one of the most amazing destinations for one of the BEST prices you will ever find!

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This Incredible Trip Includes:

  • Round-trip flights from St. Louis
  • 4 Nights Accommodations
  • Round-trip airport/hotel transfers in Cancún
  • 24 hour food & beverage/24 hour room service at the resort plus all activities offered at the resort
  • All taxes on included features
  • Hosted by B104’s Dan Westhoff and Escorted by Sandy Polley of Direct Travel

The Iberostar Cancún Hotel is located in Cancún, Mexico’s Hotel District, an area of unrivaled beauty renowned for having the best white sand beaches and turquoise crystal clear waters in the Caribbean. This resort is conveniently situated just 15 minutes from the Cancún International Airport and is easily accessible to major tourist attractions in the region such as archeological sites, shops, restaurants, and entertainment spots.

Iberostar Cancun features an on-site 18-hole golf course and boasts seven magnificent pools including one infinity pool. Guests of the Iberostar Cancun Hotel will enjoy an unforgettable dining experience in Cancun. This 5-star hotel features two buffets and four a la carte restaurants specializing in global cuisine: gourmet, Asian, Mexican, and so much more.

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