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DESTINATIONS VALUE | WINTER SUN


5 mexico


For those after Caribbean climes without the price tag of the islands, suggest Mexico. The range of accommodation means there’s excellent value to be had here, and temperatures rest in the early 20s during the UK winter. Mayan ruins, exotic jungles, dramatic canyons and other intriguing phenomena are on hand across the country to keep those with itchy feet happy, while world-class diving, family-friendly theme parks and immaculate, fine-sand beaches add to the appeal. Book it: Tui offers seven nights’ all-inclusive at the Holiday Inn Resort Los Cabos from £688 per person, based on two sharing, including transfers and flights from Gatwick on November 21. tui.co.uk


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egypt


With a flight time of less than five hours, Egypt combines year-round warmth with ease of accessibility, and few spots can beat it on the value front. Excellent diving, bath-warm waters and gold-sand beaches make fly-and-flopping in its Red Sea resorts a sure-fire hit, while camel rides in the desert and the Pyramids lure explorer types. For a beachfront base, suggest El Gouna, where Thomas Cook has just opened an adult-only Cook’s Club with windsurfing, kitesurfing and other watersports on its lagoon, and a resident DJ by the pool. Book it: A week’s B&B at Cook’s Club El Gouna starts at £533 per person, based on two sharing, flying from Birmingham on October 31. thomascook.com


² travelweekly.co.uk 5 SEPTEMBER 2019 73


PICTURES: Shutterstock; Photomexico/Francisco Estrada


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