Now Natura Opening – Early Birds get the Burn

Now Natura Delays Opening
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Are you an early adopter?
Did you stand in line for days to get your mitts on the latest new iThingy?

In a nutshell:  If you made a booking at the Now Nutura in Riviera Maya for December or January you need to get on the horn (or keyboard). There have been some ‘unexpected delays’ for the new Now Natura Riviera Cancun. The resort is almost ready, – but almost and ready do not go well in a sentence. Especially when it’s your vacay.


If you’re affected by this opening delay….
Move fast.  AMResorts will hook you up at Dreams Riviera Cancun, Breathless, The Vine Cancun or other similar AMResorts offering the same experience.  But the good resorts will fill up since that is a VERY busy time of year.

But hey, – they throw you a bone. You can return to Now Natura Riviera Cancun for a similar number of nights to be used for travel before December 20, 2020 (watch the fine print).

Don’t feel like you’re getting picked on.
Few construction projects anywhere in the world open on time these days.   The All Inclusive industry is dramatically improving and there is an incredible amount of new building going on (which is a good thing).  So supplies and staffing are especially tight in MX and the Carib.

The Now Natura Riviera Cancun is going to be a stunning resort. So although you might have hit a bump in the road by booking early, you made a great choice for your vacation.

And now you get 2 vacay’s this year (and the 2nd one is FREE!) So don’t fret, you can enjoy the 556-room resort with a lazy river, exotic fish ponds, infinity pool and the new Now Spa by Pevonia after January 31st 2020.

You’ll be on the white sand beach with an umbrella drink in hand in no time as it’s only 10-miles from Cancun airport.

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Donna Adinolfi is a wellness travel expert, solopreneur committed to promoting and writing about wellness, travel writer and an award-winning photographer. She is the founder/publisher of MindfulAdventures.com and previously served as Travel & Spa Editor of Balance Magazine. Her 30+ year career in travel also includes wellness travel planning & retreats and freelance writing/photography. She is based in Michigan and loves cross country road trips.

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