With tourism on a steady rise, this looks like a great opportunity for travelers to explore the plethora of attractions in the Cancun/Riviera Maya area and save some pesos.
“Cancun is one of the world’s fastest-growing tourism gateways, with visitor numbers building throughout the Yucatan Peninsula,” commented Ted Stimpson, the Leisure Pass Group’s Chief Executive Officer. “It’s the logical choice for our first step into Latin America and we believe there will be a real consumer appetite for our comprehensive, all-inclusive pass which is an entirely new product in this market.”
The All-Inclusive 1-day pass is $99 for adults and $69 (5-11) for children and the price, of course, increases depending on the number of days you’d like for your pass. For instance, the 7-day pass is $384 per adult and $284 per child (5-11) (current sale prices). The Explorer Pass starts at $139 per adult/$84 (5-11) per child where you can visit 3 choices. (Note: Prices quotes herein are valid at the time of publication but subject to change without notice by the supplier, LeisurePass).
Travelers can also choose one of the Premium attractions on the 3, 4, 5, and 7-day passes. Premium attractions include Extreme Adventure Park, Xel Ha All-inclusive Plus “Interax” Dolphin Adventure and more.
Some of the Go Cancun Card attractions include:
- Xcaret Park
- Surf Lessons at 360 Surf School
- Xplor Fuego
- Parasailing Adventure
- Underwater Museum Snorkel
- Playa del Carmen Shopping Tour
- Moonlight Bioluminescence Snorkeling Tour and more.
Note that some of these are based on different packages between the All-inclusive and the Explorer, both featuring over 40 attractions with this category.
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