Leisure Pass Group Launches Cancun’s First-Ever Multi-Attraction Pass
23 attractions plus five ‘premium’ experiences available with new Go Cancun Card
With international tourism to Cancun soaring, visitors can make the most of the adventure and heritage of Mexico’s resort playground with the new Go Cancun Card – an all-in-one ticket to more than 20 of the leading experiences in and around the city.
The first-ever multi-experience pass available for visitors to the Yucatan Peninsula, the Go Cancun Card has just been introduced by the Leisure Pass Group, the world’s leading operator of attraction passes.
Offering a choice of 23 attractions, tours and activities, the pass provides complete flexibility while also ensuring savings of up to 45 per cent on standard admission and tour prices. Visitors simply purchase a Go Cancun Card for their preferred duration, then enjoy as many featured experiences as they wish, all for one low price. Highlights include water sports, dolphin encounters, cruises and cultural excursions.
Prices start at US$84 per adult and $49 per child (aged 5-11) for a one-day Go Cancun Card, with two-day, three-day, four-day, five-day and seven-day passes also available. Passes for three or more days include free admission to one of an additional five ‘premium’ attractions.
Among the featured Go Cancun Card attractions are:
Xcaret Park – a natural paradise of pristine beaches and tropical landscapes, with the opportunity to explore an underground river, discover Mexican wildlife or simply relax by the pool. Normally priced at $129.99 per adult, entry is included as a premium attraction with the Go Cancun Card (three days or more).
Surf Lesson at 360 Surf School – a 90-minute introduction to surfing with the professional American instructors at Cancun’s leading surf school, including all equipment and insider tips on the best local surf spots. Normally priced at $100, the lesson is included with the Go Cancun Card.
Columbus Dinner Cruise – hop aboard a multi-deck Spanish galleon for an enchanting evening sailing around Cancun’s lagoon, with picturesque sunset views, live music and a delicious array of courses. Normally priced at $89, the dinner cruise is included with the Go Cancun Card.
Xplor Fuego – the ultimate night-time firelight adrenaline rush! Explore the rainforest, brave the zipwires, journey into illuminated caves and take a swim in the underground river. Normally priced at $129.99, all-inclusive entry is included as a premium attraction on the Go Cancun Card (three days or more).
Parasailing Adventure – glide above the water and beaches of Cancun during a 12-minute, three-mile flight, with stunning views of the city and Isla Mujeres and Nichupté Lagoon. Normally priced at $60, parasailing is included with the Go Cancun Card.
“Cancun is one of the world’s fastest-growing tourism gateways, with visitor numbers building throughout the Yucatan Peninsula,” commented Ted Stimpson, the Leisure Pass Group’s Chief Executive Officer.
“It’s the logical choice for our first step into Latin America and we believe there will be a real consumer appetite for our comprehensive, all-inclusive pass which is an entirely new product in this market.”
The Go Cancun Card is available to purchase at www.gocancuncard.com. Customers receive their pass via email and can then choose either to print it at home or download it to their smartphone via the free Go City Card app. Pass holders also receive a guide with further details on each attraction, opening hours and a map to help in itinerary planning.
Also newly available is the Cancun Explorer Pass, which is designed for longer-term visitors to the area. With this option, visitors buy a pass to enjoy a specified number of attractions – three, four, five, seven or 10 – and then have a choice of 22 experiences to pick from over a 30-day period. Prices start at $130 per adult and $84 per child for a three-attraction Cancun Explorer Pass.
Formed by the merger of three leading sightseeing pass specialists – Go City Card parent Smart Destinations, the UK-based Leisure Pass Group and The New York Pass – the combined Leisure Pass Group became the world’s largest tourism attraction pass provider in March 2017 and now operates passes in more than 30 cities across the USA, Europe, the Middle East and Australasia.