You Can Fly From Montreal To Cancun For Only $340 Round-Trip This Winter
- Flights from Montreal to Cancún are currently much cheaper than usual, with some as low as $340 roundtrip.
- At this price, how could you say no?
- Get all the details below!
Winter doesn't seem to be restful at all this year. Between the snow and the rain, the cold temperatures and the unusual mildness of January, it's not easy to plan an outdoor activity without Mother Nature getting in your way. There's a simple solution to all this: go on a trip where the weather is always nice and warm. And this works out well because flights from Montreal to Cancún are currently available at a discounted price, starting at only $340 roundtrip.
These deals were found through the FlyTrippers website, which specializes in discovering low-cost flights. Dozens of dates are posted between January and March.
It's time to pack your bags, buy yourself a new jersey and say goodbye to the dreary winter that Quebec is experiencing at the beginning of the year.
These offers never last very long, so don't wait too long if you're interested!
The prices shown are for round-trip flights and taxes are included in the amount.
The cheapest flights sometimes include a layover in Mexico City.
You could wait there while enjoying the best tacos in the world, with a beer in hand.
Cancún is a city located on the Yucatán Peninsula and surrounded by the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico.
It's a popular spot for North American vacationers, especially during the winter.
A city that's known for its beautiful beaches, resorts, and nightlife, Cancún also happens to be the place that many students decide to go to party during their spring break.
In short, you could join the huge parties that take place there during the spring, especially during the month of March.
Flight From Montreal To Cancún
Cost: Starting at $340 round-trip
When:Dozens of dates available between January and March.
Why you should go: To party during spring break or just to enjoy the sun and beach while your friends are grappling with Quebec's terrible winter.
* This article has been translated from French to English.