This is a two-stop holiday that features one big city with big lights and one paradise shore. Experience the 24-hour fun in the casinos, malls and entertainment venues of Vegas before retreating for some downtime at the edge of the Caribbean Sea on Mexico's Yucatan coast.

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Las Vegas, Riviera Maya (or Tulum, Isla Holbox, Cozumel or Isla Mujures)

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Las Vegas

Entertainment metropolis

Around-the-clock entertainment is the vibe in Las Vegas, a city surrounded by the Nevada desert. You can loose all sense of time (there are not clocks in the casinos), join daytime pool parties and dine or shop up a storm until the early hours. Head to Freemont Street for some old Vegas vibes - we particularly love the Neon Museum for a glimpse into the city's past; or wander through the mist-sprayed sidewalks of the Strip as you 'travel' between Venice, Paris, New York and Luxor, and watch the iconic fountains dance at Belagio.


The Yucatan's coast & islands

After all that fun and 24-hour revelling, it's understandable to need at least a few days of beachside rest and relaxation. That's where Mexico's Caribbean coastline comes in. Glorious white sands and bath-warm waters stretch from Cancun all the way down to Tulum, and encircle islands such as Cozumel, Holbox and Mujures. Opportunities to explore the underwater world abound and there are Mayan ruins scattered throughout the Yucatan peninsular just waiting to be explored. This corner of the Caribbean is also the home of all inclusive so after spending perhaps a little too much cash in Vegas, it's likely you can pack your purse away for a while.