Flights From LAX to Cancun

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What is the typical price of tickets from Los Angeles to Cancun?

Plane tickets for connecting flights flying out to Cancun from Los Angeles cost about $314 while one-way tickets are about $148. We can help you save up to 30% to 40% on your tickets!

How long does it usually take to fly from LAX to Cancun?

The distance between Los Angeles and Cancun is approximately 2,117 miles (3,407 km), which takes about four hours and 28 minutes of flight time.

Arriving in Cancun

Cancun is a favorite destination for students during the spring break period. Known for its amazing beaches, you can visit Playa Delfines, a picture-perfect beach that’s many visitors’ favorite. You can lounge on the white sand or go surfing at Playa Marlin.

Strike a pose with life-sized wax models of historical figures and celebrities at the Cancun Wax Museum. You can also party the night away at Xoximilco Cancun by Xcaret with your family and friends.

Try the most famous Yucatan dish, cochinita pibil. It is a pork dish marinated in achiote paste, habanero peppers, and red onions. It is usually prepared in banana leaves and then served as a taco or sub sandwich.