Published On: Mon, Mar 26th, 2018

Venture in the Riviera Maya without emptying your wallet with the Preference Pass

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With the Preference Pass, the goal is to enjoy yourself.

No matter what activity you’re looking for, the catalog is extensive. With more than 500 options you can build an experience tailored to your wishes. Golf lessons, tour of cenotes, archaeology and specialty restaurants are just some. Exploring the Mexican Caribbean, even with personalized packages and guided by local experts, can cost you between 30 and 50% less, than in hotels and travel agencies.

That is what the Preference Pass promises, a service that is acquired per day and to which the cost of the activity or experience that you want to hire is added.

“We eliminate intermediaries and offer a fair price, we think of it as a recommendation for frequent travelers,” says Mark Goodenough, general manager of Preference Pass Riviera Maya.

Just contact them to design adventures for the whole family. They have passes from one to 14 days; the more you contract, the better the price you get.

“We offer ground transportation, all kinds of water activities such as diving, kayaking and snorkeling, even yacht rentals, and everything at a preferential price; Even with a one-day pass, it is worth it,” he adds.

Trips to nearby points of interest such as Chichén Itzá, Tulum and Valladolid are some of options.

  • Daily walks
  • Traditional cuisine tastings
  • Handicrafts
  • Amusement parks
  • ETC

The nightlife and the offer of bars and restaurants are also contemplated. There are at least 50 bars that offer 2×1 options, and the same number of fine dinning restaurants, where you can get up to a 30 percent discount on your bill.

One of the discounts of this season is a day in the Grand Coral Riviera Maya Golf Course that includes green fee to play 18 holes, balls, rent of sticks and cart, refreshing towels and locker for a price of 144 dollars per person (While most hotels and travel agencies offer exactly the same activity for $ 354 per person).

Another example is the access to Xcaret, which all-inclusive package with transportation is 160 USD per person, but with the Preference Pass, you pay only 108 USD.

Source: elfinanciero.mx

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