Mexico's ultra-popular hotspots like Cancun, Cabo and Puerto Vallarta have been announcing their re-openings this past week, and now airlines are starting to resume service to the beach destinations.
Flights to Mexico out of major US cities are coming in at rock bottom prices for the rest of 2020.
Americans can fly direct to destinations like Cancun for as low as $163 roundtrip!
There have been whispers in the travel industry about flight prices INCREASING once travel resumes, due to increased sanitary and distancing procedures, so finding ultra-cheap flights to Mexico may become harder as time goes on.
$169 from New York City – August to November (on Frontier)
$163 from Houston – September to November (on Interjet)
Cancun, Mexico's largest beach vacation destination for Americans, is re-opening for tourism between June 8th-10th.
2500 Cancun hotels, restaurants and tour operators have already started the process of being certified under new strict health measures set out by the government so they may reopen safely.
$180 from Dallas – September to November (on Interjet)
$222 from Los Angeles – September to November (on Delta and Alaska)
Puerto Vallarta will be reopening to tourists starting on June 1st with the announcement by Governor Enrique Alfaro that hotels and motels can begin operations.
Cabo San Lucas
$164 From Dallas – July to August (on Spirit and American Airlines)
$236 From Houston – August to November (on Spirit)
$280 from Los Angeles – August to November (on Alaska)
Mazatlan has not formally announced any official re-opening plans, but many of their hotels are planning on staggered openings throughout the entire month of June. Air Alaska also announced they will resume flights to Mazatlan starting in June.
$156 from Los Angeles – September to November (on Volaris)
While Mexico City is obviously not a beach destination, it's worth noting that Volaris is running super-cheap flights from LA and back for only $156 between September and November.