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The Only Lottery That Matters Is This Chance To Win A Mexican Vacay Every Year For 20 Years

The Only Lottery That Matters Is This Chance To Win A Mexican Vacay Every Year For 20 Years

We don’t need to explain how great Mexico is – from the insane food and places to swim to achingly cool neighbourhoods – because it does a great job of that all on its own. But considering the travel and hospitality industry has taken a massive hit thanks to a certain global pandemic, we might need a little enticing.

Hotels along Mexico’s Caribbean coast have formed an alliance called Come2MexicanCarribbean to remind us just how brilliant Mexico and its people are by offering one of the most generous giveaways we’ve seen in 2020: a 20-year holiday to their pristine shores.

Every year for 20 years you could enjoy an all-inclusive, five-night holiday for two at locations from Isla Holbox all the way down to Chetumal. Yes, that includes the Riviera Maya and Tulum.


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The two winners will be able to enjoy four- or five-star hotels in the following destinations: Isla Holbox, Isla Mujeres, Puerto Morelos, Cancun, Cozumel, Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya, Tulum, Bacalar, Mahahual and Chetumal – a trip that renews each year. ¡Qué sueño!

The contest is live on both Instagram or TikTok. All you have to do is upload a photo or video inspired by the Mexican Caribbean with the @Come2MexicanCaribbean tag and the #Come2MexicanCaribbean hashtag.

Organisers plan to choose the posts with the most likes, comments, and shares as the winners, so make sure you get your friends to hype it up. Entries close November 9, with the winners announced on November 27.


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According to Matador Network, despite Mexico being one of the most popular tourist destinations in North America, it has suffered immense economic repercussions from the COVID-19 pandemic. Last week, regulations in Quintana Roo relaxed, allowing tourism businesses, hotels, and beaches to start operating at 60 percent capacity, however tourists have been slow to return to the area.

This competition aims to re-ignite our interest in this epic country and get us excited about future travel there. A very easy thing to do.

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