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Mexico Is Hotter Than Ever With Liberty Travel Air-Inclusive Vacations From $529* Per Person

-Seven-nights with air for less than $80/day, more than $2,400 in savings available-

RAMSEY, N.J., April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Mexico is hotter than ever, and Liberty Travel, America's largest independent travel agency, has the best deals on vacations to Mexico during the annual Mexico Extravaganza by offering seven-night vacation packages from $529* per person for bookings made between April 19 - May 7, 2007. This year's sale includes more than 145 three, four and five-star resorts, in 12 destinations with exclusive extras such as free nights, kids stay and eat free, and a variety of resort credits, valid for travel from April 25 - Dec. 20, 2007.

"The assortment of vacation options available today in Mexico is just phenomenal," said Colette Baruth, Vice President of Marketing for Mexico & Latin America. "There have been many new hotels, restaurants and shops added in key vacation destinations. Furthermore, over the last 18 months, millions of dollars have been invested in hotels in Cancun and the resorts look fantastic. Between the fabulous hotels & resorts, unique culture and the friendliness of the people, Mexico is sure to please."

This year, the Mexico Extravaganza sale also focuses on offering credits in the destinations for golf, spa, food & beverage or to use throughout the resort. With all of the hotel upgrades, guests should be able to enjoy all aspects of the hotel they choose at a fantastic price. Favorite Mexico resort destinations return this year with even greater savings than last year, including Cancun, Riviera Maya, Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta, Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo, Acapulco, Cozumel, Isla Mujeres, Manzanillo and Mazatlan. Specials offers are available in city hotels as well. All packages include roundtrip airfare, hotel accommodations and hotel taxes and round-trip airport transfers, some package highlights include:

CANCUN/RIVIERA MAYA: -- NH KRYSTAL CANCUN: Seven-night packages from Miami ($529/person); New York/Newark ($625/person) and Chicago ($659/person). EXTRA: Includes kids stay and eat free. -- GRAND OASIS CANCUN: Seven-night all-inclusive packages from Miami ($735/person); New York/JFK ($825/person) and Chicago ($865/person). EXTRA: Includes kids stay and eat free. -- PARADISUS RIVIERA CANCUN: Seven-night all-inclusive packages from Miami ($1,215/person); New York/JFK ($1,299/person) and Chicago ($1,329/person). EXTRA: Includes two free nights, kids stay and eat free and more. -- IBEROSTAR PARAISO MAYA: Seven-night all-inclusive packages from Miami ($1,289/person); New York/JFK ($1,379/person) and Chicago ($1,419/person). EXTRA: Includes $100 golf or spa credit. PUERTO VALLARTA: -- VILLA DEL PALMAR BEACH RESORT & SPA: Seven-night packages with air from Miami ($599/person); Chicago ($865/person) and New York/JFK ($669/person). EXTRA: Includes $100 spa credit and kids stay and eat free. -- DREAMS PUERTO VALLARTA: Seven-night all-inclusive packages with air from Miami ($979/person); Chicago ($1,035/person) and New York/JFK ($1,045/person). EXTRA: Includes $100 resort credits. LOS CABOS: -- PUEBLO BONITO SUNSET BEACH: Seven-night packages from Miami ($1,069/person); Chicago ($1,059/person) and New York/JFK ($1,055/person). EXTRA: Includes $100 spa credit and kids stay and eat free. -- PRESIDENTE INTERCONTINENTAL LOS CABOS: Seven-night all-inclusive package from Miami ($1,125/person); Chicago ($1,109/person) and New York/JFK ($1,109/person). EXTRA: Includes kids stay and eat free.

Additional gateways and longer/shorter stays are available. For pricing or additional information please contact Liberty Travel at 1-800-764-1000 or visit http://www.libertytravel.com/.

*$529 VACATION PACKAGE DETAILS: Vacation package based on per person, double occupancy at NH Krystal Cancun. Prices include roundtrip airfare from Miami, hotel accommodations, hotel taxes and round-trip ground transfers. Airport and departure taxes are not included. Restrictions, blackout periods and peak period surcharges apply. Prices reflect June travel dates and are subject to change for other travel periods. Airfares vary by destination and are based on select carriers depending on the region. All-inclusive packages include all meals, snacks, beverages, activities and gratuities. Contact your Liberty Travel agent for additional details.

About Liberty Travel

Founded in 1951 as the innovator of the vacation package concept, Liberty Travel is one of the largest travel companies in the United States, and is the largest privately held leisure travel company with more than 200 retail locations. Liberty Travel offers consumers the advantage of specialized travel agents offering extensive destination and product knowledge and access to the best values on vacation packages available online or in-person. Liberty Travel does not charge a service fee, part of the "simply exceptional" service promised to every client. Liberty Travel retail locations can be found throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland, Washington D.C., Virginia, Rhode Island, Illinois, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Florida. To book a Liberty Travel vacation package, contact Liberty Travel at 1-800-764-1000 or visit http://www.libertytravel.com/.

Liberty Travel

CONTACT: Allison Schoonhen, +1-201-934-3838, [email protected]

Web site: http://www.libertytravel.com/

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