Located in Playa Mujeres, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course, 1.6 mi (2.7 km) from Playa Mujeres Golf Club, and 2.4 mi (3.8 km) from El Meco Archaeological ...
This beachfront resort is a 30-minute drive from the airport. This luxury beachfront resort is located on a quiet beach, next to Playa Mujeres Golf Club and ...
This pyramid-inspired Art Deco Riu Caribe sits between a 300-yard, white-sand beach and Nichupté Lagoon, on north Cancún Island; a huge pool stretches 125 yards ...
Seadust Cancun Family Resort - All Inclusive is a recently renovated property in Cancun, located in the south of the hotel zone, only 15 minutes away from Cancun ...
Located in Alfredo V. Bonfil, this hotel is 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from Parish of the Risen Christ and within 6 mi (10 km) of Wet n' Wild Cancun and Cancun Country ...
It's no surprise that stacks of college students choose Cancun for their spring break – this place is home to sun, fun and serious nightlife. But Cancun isn't just for 20-somethings – it's also one of the most beautiful destinations in Mexico, and one of the most budget-friendly. If you want to work on your tan, Playa Tortugas and Playa Delfines boast near-endless stretches of sand and sea. For late-night fun, head to the iconic El Mexicano Restaurant for plenty of dancing and traditional mariachi bands after 7 p.m.
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The year round tropical climate and consequential high temperatures of Cancun mean that there is never an uncomfortable time to visit, but the dry season running from May through to October is the ideal window. Early spring or early fall are a lot less crowded and more likely to offer the good deals on hotels and other accommodations. Every May there is a patriotic parade plus a huge firework display to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, Mexico’s Independence Day. Almost as popular is Fiesta de San Román, attracting tens of thousands of people, and Mardi Gras, an always colorful celebration with extravagant floats and entertainment.
Climb to the top of the nearby five-story lighthouse and take in the stunning views over the clear waters below.
Take the short trip to Contoy nature reserve and be amazed at the abundance of different species in one place.
Sample the delights of dining under the stars at restaurant la Palapa Belga, and enjoy their incredible dessert menu.
Experience the fun of a mock pirate sword fight on board a replica galleon in the Nichupte lagoon.
Explore the small Mayan ruins at el Rey, an archaeological site often missed by the masses and a wonderfully tranquil setting.
Dubbed Cancun's party hotspot, this part-Cirque du Soleil, part-nightclub puts late nights on the map. The music is classic pop but the acrobatics, confetti streamers, colorful costumes and character make this local institution well worth a night out on your Cancun travels.
This small-but-mighty zoo features crocodiles, monkeys, big cats, snakes, birds and more. Take the kids to the petting area, then watch the live croc-feedings at noon. A walking tour is included in the cheap admission price, leaving you with enough pesos for souvenirs.
Not far south of Cancun are the incredible cliff-top ruins of Tulum, a must-see on your Cancun travels. Inland there is Coba, the site of Mayan pyramids nested in the jungle, and the outstanding pre-Columbian architecture in Chichen Itza, most notably the temples and Great Ball Court. A complete contrast to modern Cancun, the Mayan ruins put the ancient wonder of this land into perspective.
This cenote (a natural sinkhole) found in the Boca del Puma Eco Park is simply mind-blowing. Swim in the crystal-clear water surrounded by a surreal, limestone backdrop. When you're finished, ride the zip line above the jungle for an exhilarating ride and some priceless views. A number of budget-friendly tours are available.
If you're after bargains, unique finds and local flair on your Cancun vacation, visit the many open-air markets. Ki Huic Market and Mercado 28 are two of the biggest and best. You'll find everything from silver jewelry and pottery to tasty food and traditional Mexican garb.
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