Cancún and Mazatlán are the most requested destinations by the people of Chihuahua for Easter Week.


If you’re traveling to these tourist destinations, it’s important to save ahead of time, as prices tend to increase significantly during this season.

For the upcoming Easter holidays, the destinations that are being most demanded by the people of Chihuahua are Cancún, Quintana Roo, and Mazatlán, Sinaloa, reported travel agencies in the capital.

Staff from “Go Agencia de Viaje Chihuahua” reported that the beach is the preferred site by the citizens, mainly Cancún, where an all-inclusive trip for two adults is around 30,000 pesos, although it can vary depending on the hotel.

While vacationing in Mazatlán during that season was estimated at 25,000 pesos, however, it is also variable according to accommodation and other issues.

At “Week Viajes Chihuahua” agency, they agreed that both places are the most sought after by the people of Chihuahua, and in third place, they listed Las Vegas, since it can match the budget to Mazatlán.

In this sense, they detailed that a weekend in Las Vegas costs between 10,000 and 15,000 pesos, a similar amount to enjoy this beach in Sinaloa on March 29, 30, and 31, 2024, so there are those who prefer this international trip to live another experience.

But if you opt for Cancún, you will have to allocate between 15,000 and 20,000 pesos, or the package can be adjusted to the needs and demands of the client, which will obviously raise the price during these vacations.

On the other hand, collaborators from the “Santa Fe” agency also exposed that Cancún has remained one of the favorites, as it is one of the beaches with the best tourist offers.

The heads of the consulted agencies agreed on the importance of requesting the service six months in advance, to be able to offer them the best options in terms of flights, accommodations, tours, and that will allow obtaining more competitive costs.

It is worth remembering that during peak seasons, such as the Easter holidays, prices tend to increase compared to the rest of the year; despite this, many do not miss this opportunity to take a break.

Source: El Heraldo de Chihuaha