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With paradisiacal beaches, cultural attractions and thrilling activities, Mexico is incredibly popular for sun-soaked getaways. But, above all, Mexico’s famous for its cuisine. This country is immensely proud of its flavour-filled dishes and fiery tequila – and an all-inclusive holiday to Mexico is the best way to try it all. You can look forward to a range of delicious morsels, from tacos and tostadas, to quesadillas and enchiladas. And perhaps a few margaritas, too?

When you book an all-inclusive trip to Mexico, your meals, snacks and drinks are all covered in the price. You can fill your plate at the buffet, tuck into authentic Mexican bites on the beach, and kick back with a cocktail by the pool – all without reaching for your wallet. What’s more, you’ll find that a lot of sports and activities come as part of your all-inclusive package. Whether you’re staying in a family-friendly resort or an adults-only hotel, you can join in with watersports, beach games and evening events, like wine-tasting and cocktail parties. Family resorts will also have an action-packed kids’ club, where little ones can play games, join in with crafts and make new friends.

Naturally, the beach plays a big part in any getaway to Mexico, and many all-inclusive resorts have their own private stretch of golden sand. So you’ll be free to soak up the sunshine without being disturbed. The two main hotel hubs are Cancun and Riviera Maya, both of which are brushed by the Caribbean Sea. And year-round sunshine means that swimming, snorkelling and sunbathing are always on the cards, whatever time of year you book your all-inclusive holiday to Mexico.

If you can tear yourself away from your resort’s beach, though, you’ll find there’s plenty more to see. You could visit iconic Mayan sites – like Chichen Itza or Tulum – or spend a day zip-lining through the rainforest. Or maybe you’d like to go diving on the world’s second-biggest barrier reef? However you want to spend your time, our travel experts can take care of all the details. Give us a call today and start planning your all-inclusive Mexico holiday.

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Couples all-inclusive

Activities

Best time to go

All-inclusive family hotels

Mexico is a fantastic choice for a family holiday – and, when you stay at an all-inclusive hotel, things couldn’t be easier.

If your kids like to keep busy, consider Moon Palace Cancun for your all-inclusive Mexico holiday. This place has six pools and a whopping 13 restaurants, plus a therapeutic spa for parents. Finest Playa Mujeres is another great option for families, especially those with young children. There are three kids’ clubs and, if you fancy a date night, little ones can dine in the Imagine Lounge. Special extras for babies, like bottle sterilisers and baby monitors, are also readily available.

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Or you could stay along the coast in Riviera Maya. Kids will love the All-Fun Inclusive® set-up at Hotel Xcaret Mexico, which includes access to seven Grupo Xcaret theme parks and a number of local tours. There are also two Dreams hotels in this area – Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa and Dreams Riviera Cancun Resort & Spa. Thanks to their Unlimited-Luxury® concept, you’ll have everything you need for a memorable holiday. The whole family can join in with the activities and watersports, and children can run wild at the Mayan-themed Explorer’s Club and the Core Zone Teens’ Club.

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Adults-only all-inclusive hotels

If you’re planning a trip for two, why not retreat to one of Mexico’s adults-only all-inclusive hotels? You can enjoy all the delights of all-inclusive in peaceful surroundings, from the serene spa to the child-free restaurants. 

Riviera Maya has a particularly great selection of all-inclusive resorts for couples. You could book a romantic suite at Valentin Imperial Maya, where you can join in with wine-tastings and relax on the sugary beach. Or, if you’re into fine dining, take a look at UNICO 20° 87° Hotel Riviera Maya. Here, you’ll be able to try gourmet dishes made with local ingredients, swim in three pools and unwind in the tranquil spa. Alternatively, consider Secrets Akumal Riviera Maya. Boasting an impressive Unlimited-Luxury® concept, this all-inclusive resort serves up à la carte dining and top-shelf spirits.

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Or, if you’d prefer to stay in lively Cancun, take a look at Secrets The Vine Cancun. Like its sister hotel in Riviera Maya, this place offers Unlimited-Luxury® dining and drinks. Plus, special touches – like beach waiter service, cocktail parties and 24-hour concierge – come as standard.

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Things to do

You’ll find that several activities are covered as part of your all-inclusive holiday in Mexico. A lot of resorts include watersports, too. You can kayak and snorkel in the Caribbean Sea, or try something new like windsurfing. But, once you’ve exhausted your resort’s long list of activities, you’ll find there’s plenty more to do in Mexico.

You could go on an excursion to one of the country’s incredible Mayan cities, like Tulum or Chichen Itza, and marvel at the ancient temples and pyramids. You can spend some time hiking, bird-watching and zip-lining in tropical forests. Or, if you simply can’t tear yourself away from the sea, why not take a boat trip to the Great Mayan Reef?

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If you ever fancy a change of scene from your resort’s restaurants, find a local bar and enjoy lunch like a local. You can fill up on tasty fish tacos and zesty guacamole, then wash it all down with an ice-cold beer. Or, for a lively evening, head to Cancun and dance the night away in one of the city’s famous superclubs.

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Best time to visit Mexico

Mexico has a tropical climate, so it generally stays warm all year round here. But, as some months are wetter than others, it’s worth checking the seasons before you book your all-inclusive holiday to Mexico.

December to April is the driest time of the year, when the days are long and sunny, with temperatures hovering in the high twenties. But, as you’d expect, these balmy months are also the most popular, so you can expect prices to be higher.

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For a cheaper alternative, consider booking your trip for May or November. May is the hottest month, with Cancun seeing average temperatures in the low-thirties. November, meanwhile, is cooler and quieter, as it’s the very end of the rainy season.

June to October is officially hurricane season, with September to mid-October being Mexico’s wettest months. The sea is usually pretty stormy and heavy rain is virtually guaranteed – so it’s best to avoid going at this time of year.

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Family all-inclusive

All-inclusive family hotels

Mexico is a fantastic choice for a family holiday – and, when you stay at an all-inclusive hotel, things couldn’t be easier.

If your kids like to keep busy, consider Moon Palace Cancun for your all-inclusive Mexico holiday. This place has six pools and a whopping 13 restaurants, plus a therapeutic spa for parents. Finest Playa Mujeres is another great option for families, especially those with young children. There are three kids’ clubs and, if you fancy a date night, little ones can dine in the Imagine Lounge. Special extras for babies, like bottle sterilisers and baby monitors, are also readily available.

Show More
Show Less

Or you could stay along the coast in Riviera Maya. Kids will love the All-Fun Inclusive® set-up at Hotel Xcaret Mexico, which includes access to seven Grupo Xcaret theme parks and a number of local tours. There are also two Dreams hotels in this area – Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa and Dreams Riviera Cancun Resort & Spa. Thanks to their Unlimited-Luxury® concept, you’ll have everything you need for a memorable holiday. The whole family can join in with the activities and watersports, and children can run wild at the Mayan-themed Explorer’s Club and the Core Zone Teens’ Club.

Show More
Show Less

Couples all-inclusive

Adults-only all-inclusive hotels

If you’re planning a trip for two, why not retreat to one of Mexico’s adults-only all-inclusive hotels? You can enjoy all the delights of all-inclusive in peaceful surroundings, from the serene spa to the child-free restaurants. 

Riviera Maya has a particularly great selection of all-inclusive resorts for couples. You could book a romantic suite at Valentin Imperial Maya, where you can join in with wine-tastings and relax on the sugary beach. Or, if you’re into fine dining, take a look at UNICO 20° 87° Hotel Riviera Maya. Here, you’ll be able to try gourmet dishes made with local ingredients, swim in three pools and unwind in the tranquil spa. Alternatively, consider Secrets Akumal Riviera Maya. Boasting an impressive Unlimited-Luxury® concept, this all-inclusive resort serves up à la carte dining and top-shelf spirits.

Show More
Show Less

Or, if you’d prefer to stay in lively Cancun, take a look at Secrets The Vine Cancun. Like its sister hotel in Riviera Maya, this place offers Unlimited-Luxury® dining and drinks. Plus, special touches – like beach waiter service, cocktail parties and 24-hour concierge – come as standard.

Show More
Show Less

Activities

Things to do

You’ll find that several activities are covered as part of your all-inclusive holiday in Mexico. A lot of resorts include watersports, too. You can kayak and snorkel in the Caribbean Sea, or try something new like windsurfing. But, once you’ve exhausted your resort’s long list of activities, you’ll find there’s plenty more to do in Mexico.

You could go on an excursion to one of the country’s incredible Mayan cities, like Tulum or Chichen Itza, and marvel at the ancient temples and pyramids. You can spend some time hiking, bird-watching and zip-lining in tropical forests. Or, if you simply can’t tear yourself away from the sea, why not take a boat trip to the Great Mayan Reef?

Show More
Show Less

If you ever fancy a change of scene from your resort’s restaurants, find a local bar and enjoy lunch like a local. You can fill up on tasty fish tacos and zesty guacamole, then wash it all down with an ice-cold beer. Or, for a lively evening, head to Cancun and dance the night away in one of the city’s famous superclubs.

Show More
Show Less

Best time to go

Best time to visit Mexico

Mexico has a tropical climate, so it generally stays warm all year round here. But, as some months are wetter than others, it’s worth checking the seasons before you book your all-inclusive holiday to Mexico.

December to April is the driest time of the year, when the days are long and sunny, with temperatures hovering in the high twenties. But, as you’d expect, these balmy months are also the most popular, so you can expect prices to be higher.

Show More
Show Less

For a cheaper alternative, consider booking your trip for May or November. May is the hottest month, with Cancun seeing average temperatures in the low-thirties. November, meanwhile, is cooler and quieter, as it’s the very end of the rainy season.

June to October is officially hurricane season, with September to mid-October being Mexico’s wettest months. The sea is usually pretty stormy and heavy rain is virtually guaranteed – so it’s best to avoid going at this time of year.

Show More
Show Less

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