Want to escape Vancouver winter and relax on a tropical beach instead? Now you can take a vacation to the tropics this winter 2016/2017 for a lower price! You can see the Panama canal and soak in the sun on the beach.

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According to Chris Myden of YVR Deals, Aeromexico has lowered the price of many November 2016 to March 2017 flights from Vancouver to Panama to only $278 CAD roundtrip including taxes!

Here’s how to book this steal according to Chris Myden: 

Do a Google Flights search from Vancouver to Panama, and look for date combinations that are $469 or $472 CAD roundtrip including taxes.

Next, go to Skyscanner or Momondo and search for a flight from Vancouver to Panama City, Panama (PTY). Try with the same dates you found on Google Flights.

You'll be able to find flights for as low as $278 or $281 CAD roundtrip including taxes!

For more detailed search instructions on this promotion, make sure to visit YVR Deals for an awesome play-by-play delivered by Chris Myden! Thank you to Chris Myden for showcasing this awesome deal and more!

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