Hola or Aloha?

Spring Vacation to Mexico or Hawaii with Alaska Airlines

Mexico or Hawaii this spring? It's a win-win either way when you fly the West's best airline for affordable adventures. Alaska Airlines is all about connecting you with the best deals around—like the lowest fares to Hawaii and super low (non-stop!) airfares to Mexico! Budget made easy: Check out Alaska's top 10 all-inclusive vacations to Mexico. From SFO, you can fly Alaska Airlines to Mexico, including Cabo and Puerto Vallarta (plus get an extra $50 off your airfare). For those in the South Bay, you can also fly non-stop from San Jose to Los Cabos or Guadalajara. You've experienced wine country, but now explore Mexico's Tequila Trail via Guadalajara. Your cocktail in a coconut with the turquoise sea as a backdrop are Instagram-worthy at sunset. Perfect after an adventurous day ziplining high above the deep green jungle. Prefer your vacation to be on island time? Fact: The lowest fares to Hawaii are on Alaska. Reach four Hawaiian islands from Oakland or San Jose! Kayak to tranquil snorkeling spots like Captain Cook's Monument or hike along a volcano, then relax beachside under a palm tree with a piña colada. Check out these hot deals on Kona getaways. Aloha. And ¡Hola!

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