Your chance to win

5* luxury in Mexico is waiting...

Win a trip to Mexico

A prize that's Cancunbelievable

White powdery sand and the clear, cool Caribbean water towards the east. 

The warm, freeing air alive with the sound of buzzing, unbeatable nightlife or quiet, crashing waves. That part's up to you. 

Food full of flavour and freshness. 

Sadly, we aren't talking about a British seaside town, but Cancun, Mexico's shining city on the Yucatán Peninsula. Instead of taking our word for how it's a must-see destination, we'd rather you experience it for yourself... 

So we are giving you the chance to win a five star trip to Mexico for 2!*

GB only, 18+. T&Cs apply*. Read full T&Cs here. See below for more details about how to enter.

How to enter

Before you start packing the SPF and speedo/swimming costumes, here's what you need to know about our spec-taco-ular offer... 

How to enter: 
Buy any tequila on The Bar between 21/04 and 30/05 to enter. 
What's included: 
  • Return flights from UK/Ireland to Cancun*
  • 5* accommodation on an all inclusive basis
  • £250 spending money
  • Return private airport transfers in Cancun.

Rules (at a glance): 

  • 1 entry per bottle purchased, with a maximum of 4 entries throughout the promotional period.
  • The prize will be drawn on 6 June, 2023. 
  • You can opt out of being included in the draw by emailing us at hello@thebar.com 

Details in full: Purchase any bottle of Tequila listed on www.thebar.com between 13:00 on 21/04/23 and 23:59 on 30/05/23 and you will be automatically entered in to the prize draw for a chance to win. You can opt out of being included in the draw by emailing us at hello@thebar.com. You will receive 1 entry for every bottle purchased in the promotional period, up to a maximum of 4 entries. Winner and guest must be 18+. Prize must be redeemed within 12 months of the closing date. For full T&Cs & prize details visit https://www.promotions.uk.com/thebarwinatriptomexico Promoter: Diageo GB Limited, W1F 7HS

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Top things to do in Cancun
Beach in Mexico

Swim with the dolphins

Visit the Playa Delfines - Cancun's largest free public beach.

Playa Delfines translates to 'Dolphin Beach' because, you guessed it, there's every chance you'll spot some of the intelligent animals.

A place for relaxation and rest, enjoy the languid blue waters and the open blue skies. 

Enjoy the rich history

Visit the Mayan Ruins to break up all those relaxing beach days. 

For a spot of culture, there are four main Mayan Ruins near Cancun:

  • San Miguelito
  • El Meco
  • El Rey
  • Yamil Lu'um.

For avid history buffs, you should also consider a day trip to Chichén Itzá, one of the largest and best-preserved archaeological sites in the world and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. 

Chichen Itza Mayan Ruins in Mexico (image credit: Marv Watson/Unsplash)

Former President, Enrique Peña Nieto

"Mexico is a mosaic of different realities and beauties"
floating canals of Xochimlico

Visit a floating city that isn't Venice

Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its canals stretching more than 100 square miles, Xochimilco is an area of stunning natural and cultural beauty. 

Among the canals and lively atmosphere, tourists hoping for a memorable present to bring home or the perfect Instagram snap won't be able to resist the spectacular array of flowers and floating gardens. 

Brugmansia, dahlia, sunflowers, azalea, carnation, gladiolus are just some of the varieties of flowers you’ll find growing in abundance around the city.

Make a splash

Rio Secreto, or the 'Secret River' is a series of caves carved out by the flow of an ancient underground river in Mexico.

Explore eerie passageways or get the ultimate 'wish you were here' social media snap. 

If secret rivers are a bit too far for your comfort zone, Cancun also has a range of hugely popular water parks, including: 

  • Ventura Park (TripAdvisor's top rated water park for Cancun!)
  • Xel-Há, a natural water park with unlimited snorkeling in Tulum
Boat on the river with Mexico Flag