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Emilie & Kyle

Together, with their families,

invite you to the celebration of their marriage.

April 9, 2024

Ceremony starts at 2:00pm on the Sky Terrace
followed by a cocktail hour on the beach
and 
6:00pm reception on the Sky Terrace

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Our Travel Plans

Our travel arrangements have been secured with the help of
Lisanne at Just Say Yes! Destinations.

A group package is being reserved especially for us. Reserving your stay within the package means you take advantage of discounted group pricing and added concessions!

April 6, 2024 to April 14, 2024

Roundtrip flights with Air Canada Vacations:
Departing April 6, 2024 from Toronto (YYZ) at 8:50am,
arriving in Cancun, Mexico (CUN) at 11:50am.
Returning April 13, 2024 at 10:35am from CUN, 
arriving in YYZ at 3:35pm. 

Roundtrip airport/hotel transfers in Cancun


Royalton Riviera Cancun
7-nights all-inclusive stay in a
Luxury Suite Oceanview Terrace Jacuzzi featuring:

 

  • Exclusive DreamBed™ with high-thread-count sheets 

  • Royalton Signature rain shower 

  • Complimentary resort-wide high-speed Wi-Fi 

  • USB charging stations

  • In-room electronic safe 

  • Satellite television including specialty channels 

  • Stocked minibar with complimentary beverages

  • 24/7 room service 

  • Each room features a balcony or terrace 

  • Garment steamer and hair dryer 

  • Steamer

  • Coffee maker upon request

  • Vanity mirror

  • A/C with individual thermostat and ceiling fan 

  • In-suite Jacuzzi soaker tub

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Experience All-In Luxury

From day to night, Royalton Riviera Cancun is alive with excitement. Children will love the supervised Kids Club, while the Splash Safari invites water fun with numerous slides and splash zones. Teens can lounge in a dedicated club and play video games, or enjoy  water sports, beach volleyball, and more. For adults, the Royal Spa and the Casino del Mar beckon, while our bars serve up unlimited international and local liquors to keep the party going.

Explore a number of outdoor adventures together. You and your children will find plenty of new friends to join in the fun, from competitions and games to water sports. Royalton Riviera Cancun offers these activities:

  • Water sports: kayaking, snorkeling, and introductory scuba diving lesson

  • Beach volleyball

  • Ping pong

  • Cooking classes

  • Dance classes

  • Trivia games

Treat your taste buds to a flavor sensation as you feast on eclectic cuisines from around the world at our 9 restaurants and 12 bars. Enjoy local and international delights in buffet-style or a la carte dining venues, then grab a signature cocktail, and mingle with other guests at the many on-site bars. Treat yourself to a mid-afternoon coffee and exquisite dessert at the café.

Booking

A limited number of seats/rooms are currently on hold
for our group at the fo
llowing rates (valid until Dec 10, 2023 or until full):
Double occupancy: $2,550.21
Single: $3,420.76

Triple: $2,400.71
Quad: 
 $2,330.56
*Child (2-17) rates & other room categories are available.
Please inquire. 
Prices are per person, in CAD and include taxes.
A non-refundable deposit of $150 per person 
is required at the time of booking and the final balance is due by January 7, 2024
Travel insurance is highly recommended and individual quotes can be provided. 

For any comments, questions or concerns, please contact Lisanne: 
Call/Text: 705-493-5791    Email: lisanne@jsy1.ca    or via the Facebook group
Ready to reserve your spot? Complete the booking form.  

Cancun/Riviera Maya, Mexico

With its gorgeous turquoise seas, powdery white-sand beaches, and vibrant coral reefs, it’s no surprise that Cancun and the Mayan Riviera are one of Mexico’s most popular tourist areas.

Entry/Exit Requirements

To enter Mexico, you must present a valid passport and a duly completed tourist card (Multiple Immigration Form). Carry documents to prove the purpose of trip, such as hotel or tour booking confirmations, as immigration officers may request them.

Tourist card

You must obtain a tourist card to enter the country unless you stay in Mexico for less than 72 hours within the northern border zone. 

If you don’t obtain a tourist card upon arrival, you may face:

  • fine

  • detention

  • expulsion

It is highly recommended to keep your digital tourist card –, or tourist card if entered by land, with you at all times as proof of your legal stay in Mexico. You may be asked to show it to Mexican officials when exiting the country or if you are stopped on an immigration check point.

If you are stopped at an immigration check point and you are unable to prove your legal stay, you may be fined, detained or expelled from the country.

Entering by air

If entering Mexico by air, you are advised to download your tourist card issued by Mexican officials upon entry.

Depending on your airport of entry:

  • the immigration official will stamp your passport and note the number of days you are allowed to spend in Mexico or

  • you will go through an E-gate kiosk where you will scan your passport and self-register your entry in the country. Only use this option if you are entering Mexico as a tourist.

Once in the country, whether you entered via a E-gate or not, you will be able to access the digital tourist card online. You have 60 days to download it.

If you are unable to show your tourist card or digital tourist card upon departure, you will have to pay for a replacement at the immigration office of any international airport before boarding.

Make sure to plan sufficient time at the airport to obtain a new card in time for your flight.

Portal access for digital tourist card - Government of Mexico

Tourism tax

Most visitors to Mexico must pay a tourism tax.

This fee is normally included in airline ticket prices. Visitors arriving by road or sea will have to pay this fee at any bank in Mexico. There is a bank representative at every port of entry. The bank receipt must be attached to the tourist card for submission at departure.

You don't have to pay this tax if:

  • you're entering by land for tourism purposes, and your stay will not exceed 7 days

  • you're travelling to the northern border zone for less than 72 hours

  • you're travelling to Mexico on a cruise ship

Health

Consult a health care professional a minimum of 6 weeks before departure to inquire about vaccines. 

If you take prescription medication, you’re responsible for determining their legality in Mexico. 

  • Bring sufficient quantities of your medication with you

  • Always keep your medication in the original container

  • Pack your medication in your carry-on luggage

  • Carry a copy of your prescriptions

Medication cannot be sent to Mexico from Canada via courier services.

Weather

April is a dry month with the average daytime temperature around 26 degrees Celsius. 

Money

The currency of Mexico is the Mexican peso.

In some parts of Mexico, particularly tourist destinations, hotels and other service providers may advertise prices in USD.

There is a limit to the amount of U.S. dollars that residents and foreigners can exchange in Mexico, depending on your immigration status. The rule doesn’t apply to Canadian dollars but some financial institutions, hotels and currency exchange bureaus don’t make the distinction.

When carrying more than US$10,000 or the equivalent in other currencies, cash, cheques, money orders or any other monetary instrument, you must declare the amount exceeding US$10,000. Failure to make this declaration is against Mexican law and often results in detention.

Laws & Culture

You must abide by local lawsThe criminal justice system in Mexico differs significantly from that in Canada. We recommend you familiarize yourself, as needed.

For more current information, we recommend visiting www.travel.gc.ca closer to your departure. 

10 of the Best Things To Do in the area:

1. Chill on the beautiful beaches

2. Experience the famous nightlife.

3. Take a trip to a nearby island. 

4. Soak up the sun on a catamaran.

5. Shopping on Fifth Avenue.

6. Jump into a cenote.

7. Take part in a Mayan ritual. 

8. Visit some archeological ruins. 

9. Scuba dive or snorkel

the second-largest barrier reef in the world

10. Golf.

For information on available excursions,

contact Lisanne.

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