You can hop on a short flight from SoFlo to a tropical oasis, and it's actually a super affordable trip. Tickets are on sale now for a roundtrip flight from Fort Lauderdale to Cancún, starting at $144. These cheap flights from Florida to Mexico this summer will transport you in just a few short hours to paradise. It's the travel deal of your daydreams.

This inexpensive roundtrip flight deal departs in July. You'll have an amazing week-long vacation in Mexico, taking a dip in the turquoise waves and roaming through brightly-colored shops.

Depending on your chosen dates, you'll depart from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and arrive at Cancún International Airport (CUN). This gorgeous city is just waiting for you to start exploring.

Take a swing on the picturesque swingsets found in the bright blue surf near the city, hovering lazily over the crystal-clear waters. If you're into water sports, paddle boarding and jet-skiing are ultra-popular in Cancún. 

You can take a quick ferry ride from the mainland to Isla Mujeres, a nearby island bursting with gorgeous colors. This unique town is painted with pretty blues, pinks, and greens that make for the perfect photo-op. 

Just outside the city there are flowing waterfalls and amazing archeological sites to discover. Unlock your inner Indiana Jones while you wander these rocky ruins and pyramids that date back a millennium. 

You should visit ancient sites in and around Cancún, including El Rey, El Meco, San Miguelito, and Yamil Lu’um. Check out these astounding spots that are a history buff's heaven on Earth.

When you come back, you'll be well-rested, and possibly sporting a fresh tan. Feel free to book this cheap deal so you can check Cancún off your bucket list and make this travel daydream a reality.

Flight From Fort Lauderdale To Cancún

Price: Starting at $144

When: Select dates in July

Why You Need To Go: Take advantage of this incredible deal and finally go on that vacay you've been meaning to take. 

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