Monday, May 31, 2010
Mexico Money - Saver
ADVENTURERS can experience the highlights of Mexico without the hard work and have more money to play with when they arrive on this great value special from Tempo Holidays.
Tempo is offering savings of 10% on its 12 Day Best of Mexico tour, with rates reduced to just $1487* per person twin share valid for sale until June 30 and for travel to December 01, 2010.
From Mexico City to the stunning beaches of Playa del Carmen, travellers will enjoy an absorbing journey of discovery taking in cultural sites, Mayan history, the colonial charm of Merida, the amazing archaeology of Oaxaca, the wonder of Chichen Itza, stunning waterfalls, steaming jungles, friendly locals and more.
The package includes 11 nights accommodation, 11 breakfasts and one lunch, coach transfer and land transportation, coach excursions with bilingual guide and hotel pickups and drop-offs for all excursions and transfers.
For bookings, contact your local travel agent or Tempo Holidays - Australian Travel Agent, www.tempoholidays.com, 1300 558 987 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, check out Tempo Holidays’ latest specials and promotions.
*Terms & conditions apply, subject to change and availability
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