Radio Bloomington “SandScape 2020” to Cancun with Direct Travel


If you’re ready for a getaway Radio Bloomington and Direct Travel has the perfect place, Breathless Riviera Cancun Resort & Spa.

Breathless Riviera Cancun, AAA Four Diamond award-winning resort, is located just 15 minutes from Cancun International Airport and nestled between the jungle and Caribbean Ocean.

Join us on this 5-day, 4-night getaway, October 28 – November 1, 2020, on this Adults Only All Inclusive vacation for just $999 per person, based on double occupancy.

The Breathless Riviera Cancun Sand-Scape 2020 includes Motorcoach Transfer to/from airport, Roundtrip Air to/from Cancun with 1-bag, Resort Transfers, Accommodations at Breathless Resort, All Food & Drink at Resort, Private Check-In & Events.



  • Motorcoach Transfer to/from airport
  • Roundtrip Air to/from Cancun with 1 bag Resort Transfers
  • Accommodations at Breathless Resort
  • All Food & Drink At Resort
  • Private Check-In & Events
  • Hosted by Radio Bloomington and Direct Travel.



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