15 Day Best Of Mexico

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$3,039 USD
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$3,675 USD PP
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15 Day Best Of Mexico

✓ Travel with Intrepid Travel
✓ Raise a margarita glass to the colourful beauty and fiery flavours of Mexico
✓ Discover the culture and landscapes of this fascinating country
✓ Discover Maya history and culture at the incredible Chichen Itza ruins
✓ Visit indigenous communities near the charming San Cristobal de las Casas
✓ Indulge in a feast of delicious local food
✓ With a chance to learn some cooking skills of your own
✓ Snorkel in the brilliant Caribbean waters
✓ Laze on white sands and stroll through lively marketplaces
✓ Waterfalls and mountains await you
✓ A host of museums, churches and archaeological sites
✓ Give you a taste of Mexico’s rich cultural heritage
✓ 14 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 1 dinner

15 Day Best Of Mexico

✓ Travel with Intrepid Travel
✓ Raise a margarita glass to the colourful beauty and fiery flavours of Mexico
✓ Discover the culture and landscapes of this fascinating country
✓ Discover Maya history and culture at the incredible Chichen Itza ruins
✓ Visit indigenous communities near the charming San Cristobal de las Casas
✓ Indulge in a feast of delicious local food
✓ With a chance to learn some cooking skills of your own
✓ Snorkel in the brilliant Caribbean waters
✓ Laze on white sands and stroll through lively marketplaces
✓ Waterfalls and mountains await you
✓ A host of museums, churches and archaeological sites
✓ Give you a taste of Mexico’s rich cultural heritage
✓ 14 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 1 dinner

From PP Twin Share

$3,039 USD
SOLO
$3,675 USD PP
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