Last Minute Mother’s Day Savings by Sirenian Bay

by Carolee Chanona
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Mother’s Day may be right around the corner, but it’s never too late to plan a last-minute escape. If you’re looking for one way to celebrate mom, we’re sure a ticket to travel would skyrocket you straight to favorite child status. Even if she says otherwise. The gift of time, as we all know, is priceless and the mother figure in your life will be metaphorically rich indeed if you book her an undoubtedly well-deserved getaway. Traveling is one way to make lifelong memories, and we say no better place than Belize: uncrowded and intimate, it’s the perfect destination, especially for mother-daughter duos. One last-minute sweet spot we’ve got our eyes on for savings? The all-inclusive Sirenian Bay Resort & Villas in Placencia, Belize with their exclusive “Get Out There” package, perfect for Mother’s Day.

Get Out There with Mom

Mom raised you to be thoughtful and kind-hearted, which is why this active-focused package for Mother’s Day and girlfriend getaways this spring ticks all the boxes. Sirenian Bay’s “Get Out There” package includes roundtrip air transfers to the nearby airstrip, five nights in a two-bedroom bungalow, snorkeling, kayaking, zip-lining in the rain forest, and river tubing, and guided hikes.

Indulge at The Siren’s Spa, the onsite services at Sirenian Bay Resort & Villas.

Other perks of the package are a spa treatment and all-inclusive dining package at its three restaurants and a new rooftop martini bar. Additionally, the package is available to book between now and the end of May for travel through spring 2023.

 

 After all, a mini-break to Sirenian Bay is a perfect token of your appreciation for mom this Mother’s Day. Book a solo or couple’s trip, or turn it into a family getaway – most offers can be redeemed over the next few months.

About Sirenian Bay in Belize

Redefining coastal distancing, Sirenian Bay is an intimate, luxury resort nestled in the village of Seine Bight on the Placencia Peninsula. Since reopening on November 1, guests can take advantage of 12 cozy bungalows with a newly all-inclusive experience. On the other hand, there’s also the choice of the three private by nature beachside villas – now indulgent with a personal chef service or an all-inclusive meal add-on option.

Images courtesy Sirenian Bay Resort & Villas.

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