Alaska Is Affordable Adventure

Fly Alaska from SFO to Mexico and Adventure

What do you think—a quick trip to Mexico for a new adventure? Alaska Airlines has some of the best deals to Mexico and is known for low airfares. Cabo San Lucas is calling! Alaska's got low airfares from SFO, including non-stop, so we can get to our cocktail-in-a-coconut faster! Did you hear about the crazy bungee jump they have there? You take a ride out to a suspension gondola with a glass floor, and then plunge into the canyon on a bungee. You might need a cool sangria after that adrenaline rush! Preferably while lounging by the warm, bright blue sea at sunset. Puerto Vallarta is another option with Alaska. Sea exploration is a must here at Los Arcos National Park, an underwater eco-preserve filled with parrot fish, angelfish, butterfly fish, and turtles—it’s one of Puerto Vallarta's best snorkeling spots! After being under water, try flying overhead! There's an awesome zipline in the Sierra Madre Mountains that goes for 2 miles across the jungle and over the river. That's a bird's–eye view! Alaska makes adventure affordable, with low airfares (including non-stop) to Mexico. Let's go!

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