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Chichen -itza
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Chichen -itza, Cancun
Chichen -itza, Cancun
Chichen -itza, Cancun
Chichen -itza, Cancun
Chichen -itza, Cancun
Chichen -itza, Cancun
 ✅Private tour to Chichén ItzáThis tour would look costly if you are alone but you are traveling with a small group or you meet other people along the way it would be the perfect choice to travel in comfort with your own guide.  ✅ Sunrise tour in Chichén-itzáThis is quite a unique and unusual tour which allows you to enter the site before the crowds and before the vendor, and admire the sacred temple in all its majesty at the sunrise. ✅ Chichèn-itzà, Ik-kil and Coba tour in one I am not sure about .....visiting two archeological sites in one day, as it can be exhausting, however it’s perfect if you have limited time and want to see as much as possible. ✅Most popular tour of Chichèn-itzà including Valladolid and Ik KIl cenoteThis is the most booked tour to Chichen-Itzà which include also a ‼️Insider tip –  before booking a tour make sure you read well what’s included and not included in the price and check the reviews. Take them with a grain of salt but still use them as a reference. Show less
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Hotel Zone
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Hotel Zone, Cancun
Hotel Zone, Cancun
Hotel Zone, Cancun
Hotel Zone, Cancun
Hotel Zone, Cancun
Hotel Zone, Cancun
This is the preferred way to get around for locals and is recommended for tourists who want to travel on a budget. Buses in Cancun are very cheap and run frequently. They go up and down the Zona Hotelera and to Downtown Cancun. Buses R-1 and R-2 travel 24/7. Make sure you have change in pesos before boarding a bus and be careful with your belongings when you are riding in a full bus.
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Cancun International Airport
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Cancun International Airport, Cancun
Cancun International Airport, Cancun
Cancun International Airport, Cancun
Cancun International Airport, Cancun
Cancun International Airport, Cancun
Cancun International Airport, Cancun
The Cancun International Airport is the main airport that you can fly into to get to Cancun. It is the second busiest airport in Mexico, and is serviced by many flight carriers from North America, South America, Central America, and Europe. Among the airlines that have flights to Cancun include Aeromexico, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Virgin America, Air Canada, Virgin Atlantic, Air Europe, and British Airways, among others. If you’re coming from other parts of Mexico such as Mexico City and prefer to travel overland, check .....out ADO, which is Mexico’s largest bus company. ADO buses are generally very comfortable, and the VIP buses are great! The best buses I’ve ever taken in the world. Show less
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Playa del Carmen
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Playa del Carmen, Cancun
Playa del Carmen, Cancun
Playa del Carmen, Cancun
Playa del Carmen, Cancun
Playa del Carmen, Cancun
Playa del Carmen, Cancun
Playa del Carmen is a Mexican coastal resort located along the Caribbean coast of the Riviera Maya, in the Yucatan Peninsula. It belongs to the state of Quintana Roo and is famous for its palm-lined beaches and coral reefs. The distance between Cancun and Playa del Carmen is 68 kilometers, it takes about 1 hour 15 minutes. The pedestrian Fifth Avenue runs parallel to the beach, with blocks of shops, restaurants and nightclubs ranging from relaxed bars to dance clubs. If you want to spend your vacation in Playa del Carmen, .....you will notice that the main attractions are distributed around the city and it will be necessary to rent a car in Cancun, but If your plans are for relaxation and fun, and feel like driving on your own it's not an option, you should try hiring transportation from Cancun airport to Playa del Carmen visit the beautiful beaches of the city. Show less
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Isla Mujeres
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Isla Mujeres, Cancun
Isla Mujeres, Cancun
Isla Mujeres, Cancun
Isla Mujeres, Cancun
Isla Mujeres, Cancun
You cannot leave Cancun without visiting Isla Mujeres, whether you get there on a boat tour or on your own, it’s an unmissable spot to visit at only 30 minutes ferry ride from Cancun beach. Obviously if you join a tour, it will take longer as you will spend time snorkeling in the bright turquoise waters and dancing on the boat. As an introvert, although I reckon a tour would be fun, I prefer to go on my own and I am happy to avoid the noisy & drunk crowd .....of the boat. Here, in this post I am explaining you how to craft your own trip to Isla Mujeres. Show less
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Museo Maya de Cancún y Zona Arqueológica de San Miguelito
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Museo Maya de Cancún y Zona Arqueológica de San Miguelito, Cancun
Museo Maya de Cancún y Zona Arqueológica de San Miguelito, Cancun
Museo Maya de Cancún y Zona Arqueológica de San Miguelito, Cancun
Museo Maya de Cancún y Zona Arqueológica de San Miguelito, Cancun
Museo Maya de Cancún y Zona Arqueológica de San Miguelito, Cancun
Museo Maya de Cancún y Zona Arqueológica de San Miguelito, Cancun
If you like history and museums, you can check out the Museo Maya de Cancun (Mayan Museum of Cancun). This is one of the best places to visit in Cancun when it rains! This modern white building houses a collection of over 3,500 pieces linked to the history of the region, but only about 10% of this complete collection is on display (roughly 300+ items). One area of the museum is dedicated to archaeology while another is all about Mayan culture. There is also a third hall that is intended .....for temporary exhibits. This museum is located next to Omni Cancun and the Grand Oasis Cancun resorts. The San Miguelito Archaeological Site is also located adjacent to the museum and visiting these two sites is one of the best things to do in Cancun hotel zone. Show less
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Cancún Underwater Museum
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Cancún Underwater Museum, Cancun
Cancún Underwater Museum, Cancun
Cancún Underwater Museum, Cancun
Cancún Underwater Museum, Cancun
Cancún Underwater Museum, Cancun
Cancún Underwater Museum, Cancun
Image by allenran917 via Flickr The MUSA Cancun Underwater Museum is one of the most interesting and top attractions in Cancun. Since Cancun is a popular diving site, this attraction is designed to promote that, as well as unique artworks. MUSA is an underwater museum and sculpture park. It’s located in Isla Mujeres, which is approximately 30 minutes from the coast of Cancun. This Cancun museum was the brainchild of British sculptor, Jason deCaires Taylor. He wanted to build an art gallery that uses the ocean floor as the platform. Here you’ll .....find over 500 statues and sculptures. If you have explored the cenotes in Cancun, this is another site to add to your diving or snorkeling itinerary. You can even experience scuba diving without a costly certification on the Discover Scuba Diving Tour. A PADI-certified instructor will give you a 3-hour scuba diving class, then you’ll go on your first diva at the MUSA. ➤ BOOK IT HERE But you don’t need to like diving to enjoy this one-in-a-kind museum. Snorkeling is another great way to appreciate the underwater museum, and something that the whole family can enjoy together. Check out the Cancun Underwater Museum Snorkeling Tour, that’ll bring you to MUSA on a high-speed boat ride, then will let you enjoy snorkeling on the site. This is a tour appropriate for all ages. ➤ BOOK IT HERE Show less
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Cancun Adventure Tours
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Cancun Adventure Tours, Cancun
Cancun Adventure Tours, Cancun
Cancun Adventure Tours, Cancun
Cancun Adventure Tours, Cancun
Cancun Adventure Tours, Cancun
You should not visit here without visiting some Mayan Ruins. This is the perfect opportunity to educate children about Quintana Roo’s rich history and culture. At Coba, which once was home to 50,000 Mayans, you can climb to the top of a Mayan temple 42 meters high and see what remains of the ancient Mayan city. It is a long walk back to the temple you can climb up, so rent a bicycle for a $1 and bike through the ruins.  Costs: It is super cheap to get in. The entrance fee .....is $38 pesos, under $3.50 USD. You may have to pay another 50 pesos to park your car in their parking lot. If you do a tour, then the costs start our around $68 USD. I went on an excellent tour with All Tour Native that included Coba and Pac Chen for $129. Things to know: Wear tennis shoes. You can climb the pyramid in the pouring rain. I know, because that’s what I did! Read my post on the Coba Mayan Ruins to learn more! Show less
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Área de Protección de Flora y Fauna Yum Balam
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Área de Protección de Flora y Fauna Yum Balam, Cancun
Área de Protección de Flora y Fauna Yum Balam, Cancun
Área de Protección de Flora y Fauna Yum Balam, Cancun
Área de Protección de Flora y Fauna Yum Balam, Cancun
Área de Protección de Flora y Fauna Yum Balam, Cancun
Área de Protección de Flora y Fauna Yum Balam, Cancun
One of the most popular activities in the region is to take a trip to Isla Holbox, a narrow island just off the north coast of Cancun, which is an amazing natural paradise. Home to amazing marine life, whale sharks can regularly be spotted in the summer months, and there are several tours that offer you the chance to swim alongside the majestic animals. Plus the white-sand beaches and resort cabanas that line the coast are heaven, too!  
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Cancun Riviera Maya
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Cancun Riviera Maya, Cancun
Cancun Riviera Maya, Cancun
Cancun Riviera Maya, Cancun
Cancun Riviera Maya, Cancun
Cancun Riviera Maya, Cancun
Cancun International Airport is one of the most important international hubs in Mexico with flights connecting from all over the world makes it easy and much cheaper to travel to Cancun and the entire Yucatan Peninsula, including the Riviera Maya. It’s very easy to find cheap flights to take you there, what’s tricky is coming out of the airport, which can become an hassle if you are not prepared. I wrote a detailed guide on all the step you will go through. It’s nothing to worry about but it’s better to .....know before you get there. The post includes also the best way to get to your hotel and how not to get scammed by the airport vendors. Check out the post: What to do when you arrive at Cancun Airport  Show less
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El Rey Archaeological Zone
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El Rey Archaeological Zone, Cancun
El Rey Archaeological Zone, Cancun
El Rey Archaeological Zone, Cancun
El Rey Archaeological Zone, Cancun
El Rey Archaeological Zone, Cancun
El Rey Archaeological Zone, Cancun
Take a tour to Chichen Itza or the Tulum Ruins direct from your Cancun resort. These unique Mayan sites include remarkable pyramids, temples and other structures. Your English-speaking tour guide will explain Mayan culture and the extraordinary purposes of the temples, observatory, ball court and pyramids built by these advanced people.
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Le Blanc Spa Resort All Inclusive Adults Only
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Le Blanc Spa Resort All Inclusive Adults Only, Cancun
Le Blanc Spa Resort All Inclusive Adults Only, Cancun
Le Blanc Spa Resort All Inclusive Adults Only, Cancun
Le Blanc Spa Resort All Inclusive Adults Only, Cancun
Le Blanc Spa Resort All Inclusive Adults Only, Cancun
Le Blanc Spa Resort All Inclusive Adults Only, Cancun
While trying to make the optimum of your Cancun holidays, if you are feeling tired, it’s time to take refuge to Le Blanc Spa. It’s a beautiful oasis, a relaxing escape from hustle and bustle of the real world. Enjoy aromatherapy while your favorite music plays in the background.  You have a wide range of choices to make from the available treatments. Try some hydrotherapy, which will stimulate and further relax you. Its most famous massage is Kukulcan Mayan Massage. To know in details consider visiting it’s the website.
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Interactive Aquarium Cancún
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Interactive Aquarium Cancún, Cancun
Interactive Aquarium Cancún, Cancun
Interactive Aquarium Cancún, Cancun
Interactive Aquarium Cancún, Cancun
Interactive Aquarium Cancún, Cancun
Interactive Aquarium Cancún, Cancun
Aquarium Cancun is another fun place for families, located in the hotel zone at La Isla Shopping Village, and home to 140 different species. Here you can learn about sea life, touch stingrays swim with dolphins and go on an underwater Sea Trek. A Sea Trek is where they put that great big helmet on you and you can walk around underwater.  Near the aquarium is the La Gran Rouda Ferris Wheel with epic views of Cancun. You can purchase an admission that gets you into the aquarium and the Ferris wheel for .....one price. Costs: It is $65 to do the Sea Trek. Things to know: They provide you with a wetsuit and water shoes. They have an underwater photographer that will take your photos. This activity is not safe for someone with epilepsy.  Here is a video of my Sea Trek experience.  Show less
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Hotel Emporio Cancun
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Hotel Emporio Cancun, Cancun
Hotel Emporio Cancun, Cancun
Hotel Emporio Cancun, Cancun
Hotel Emporio Cancun, Cancun
Hotel Emporio Cancun, Cancun
Hotel Emporio Cancun, Cancun
There are literally thousands of hotels in the area, and we can't break them all down ourselves. You should check out TripAdvisor and Booking.com for rates, reviews, and locations of hotels in Cancun that suit your budget and needs. But these are hotels we have stayed at and trust. Moon Palace Grand – We spent a week here and enjoyed the different levels for families, and couples. Check out TripAdvisor and Booking.com for reviews and rates Hyatt Zilara – We love the Hyatt Zilara resorts and it also different levels of hotels for families, and couples. Check out TripAdvisor and Booking.com Barcelo Maya – We loved our stay here .....on the Mayan Riviera. Check out TripAdvisor and Booking.com for reviews and rates The Fives Azul Beach Resort – All-Inclusive Luxury Resort – 10 Minutes from Playa del Carmen Check out TripAdvisor and Booking.com Show less
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Ik Kil
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Ik Kil, Cancun
Ik Kil, Cancun
Ik Kil, Cancun
Ik Kil, Cancun
Ik Kil, Cancun
Ik Kil, Cancun
Did you know that the Yucatan Peninsula is home to the longest underground rivers in the world? When limestone bedrock in caves collapsed, sinkholes formed, revealing underground water systems known as cenotes. Used as the main water source for the Mayans, these underwater caves are now popular for swimmers, divers, and snorkelers. Cenotes are so old that fossilized remains of camels, massive jaguars, mammoths, sloths, and horses have been found in them! Ik Kil is about 130 feet deep and 85 feet from the surface. Though this is a bit of a .....drive from Cancun, travelers attest to its natural beauty and the excitement of visiting such a unique natural phenomenon. Show less
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My Cancun Tours
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My Cancun Tours, Cancun
My Cancun Tours, Cancun
My Cancun Tours, Cancun
My Cancun Tours, Cancun
My Cancun Tours, Cancun
My gastronomic experience at the resort was outstanding. I totally enjoyed eating at 3 of the four a la carte restaurant concepts — Olios, Agua Bendita and Satsu (Vora Mar was still being completed during my stay). There will also be a daily marketplace restaurant called Flavours (also under construction during my visit)so there are lots of great options to choose from regarding your meals. 
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City Car Rental
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City Car Rental, Cancun
City Car Rental, Cancun
City Car Rental, Cancun
City Car Rental, Cancun
City Car Rental, Cancun
City Car Rental, Cancun
Q: Do I need a Jeep or SUV to get around to the tourist destinations of Riviera Maya and the Yucatan? A:No, the roads are in surprisingly good shape in this part of Mexico. While you might end up on a few dirt roads while heading into Mexican cenotes, just about everything a tourist would regularly visit is accessible by a standard car. Q: Are rental cars automatic or manual transmission? A: We have had both automatic and manual transmission rental cars in Mexico. However, every time we rented in 2017 & 2018 .....our cars have been automatic. Before 2016 we typically had manual transmission cars. When renting make sure the car says automatic and when at the counter confirm the car is automatic. If you cannot drive a manual make sure the car rental company knows this. Q: What side of the road do they drive on in Mexico? A: In Mexico, cars drive on the right side of the road, just like the United States. Show less
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Bus Hotel Zone
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Bus Hotel Zone, Cancun
Bus Hotel Zone, Cancun
Bus Hotel Zone, Cancun
Bus Hotel Zone, Cancun
Bus Hotel Zone, Cancun
Bus Hotel Zone, Cancun
Our travel preference to keep costs in Mexico low is to utilise the various forms of public transportation options. We typically do this whenever we travel if possible. We are always happy to ride the bus with locals and share a glimpse of their daily activities, and often ask fellow passengers for advice on fabulous places to eat, where to shop, and where to relax. Tip: As usual, use a reasonable amount of precaution and common sense for your safety while riding any form of public transportation. Taxis are always .....the best option if you are out late into the evening. Show less
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Moon Palace Resort
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Moon Palace Resort, Cancun
Moon Palace Resort, Cancun
Moon Palace Resort, Cancun
Moon Palace Resort, Cancun
Moon Palace Resort, Cancun
Moon Palace Resort, Cancun
Check out the Moon Palace Resorts if you want a fantastic vacation, gorgeous location, good eats, wonderful white sandy beaches and crystal clear pools. Also, all-inclusive is always a great addition to any resort. We will definitely be back and would live to go to one of the other Moon Palace Resorts. **Here is some legal stuff I have to post about our Scentsy business…Results may not be typical. For average Consultant earnings, see the Income Disclosure provided by Scentsy.https://imagelive.scentsy.com/cmsimages/files/Resource%20Library/Scentsy%2C%20Inc.%20Documents/R1-USEN-2019-IncomeDisclosureStatement-Final.pdf
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Panama Jack Resorts Cancun - All Inclusive Resort
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Panama Jack Resorts Cancun - All Inclusive Resort, Cancun
Panama Jack Resorts Cancun - All Inclusive Resort, Cancun
Panama Jack Resorts Cancun - All Inclusive Resort, Cancun
Panama Jack Resorts Cancun - All Inclusive Resort, Cancun
Panama Jack Resorts Cancun - All Inclusive Resort, Cancun
Panama Jack Resorts Cancun - All Inclusive Resort, Cancun
While Cancun may be at its liveliest during Spring Break, it’s not the best time of year to come. Avoid Spring Break and come to Cancun when the crowds have died down. There is always a party to be enjoyed in the city, with Coco Bongo being one of the main destinations in the city for those looking for good music and a late-night party.
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Palapas, Cancún, Mexico Park
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Palapas, Cancún, Mexico Park, Cancun
Palapas, Cancún, Mexico Park, Cancun
Palapas, Cancún, Mexico Park, Cancun
Palapas, Cancún, Mexico Park, Cancun
Palapas, Cancún, Mexico Park, Cancun
Palapas, Cancún, Mexico Park, Cancun
If you get sick of the tourist Disneyland that is the Hotel Zone, Downtown Cancun provides a taste of local culture, with delicious street food, ancient Maya ruins and even hidden swimming holes. Downtown Cancun (aka Ciudad Cancun) is the main residential area for locals too. This is where all the people who work in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula tourist industry actually live. Wander down to Avenida Tulum to see and experience the “real” Cancun. If you’re a foodie, make sure to stuff your face full of tacos from the vendors there. There’s .....a nice park too, called Parque Las Palapas. Show less
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Ventura Park Cancun
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Ventura Park Cancun, Cancun
Ventura Park Cancun, Cancun
Ventura Park Cancun, Cancun
Ventura Park Cancun, Cancun
Ventura Park Cancun, Cancun
Ventura Park Cancun, Cancun
Ventura Park is a combination of an amusement park and the Wet n Wild water park. Teens especially will enjoy the ropes course, zip lines, go-karts, wave pool, and a bungee swing. Parents will enjoy the lazy river and cocktails and everyone will enjoy the arcade with 3D games. For an extra fee, you can swim with dolphins on the other side of the park.  Buy Tickets: Tickets start at $39. You can add on different types of options like the buffet or drinks.  What you need to bring: Beach towel, swimsuit to change into, .....and a camera. Things to know: You are allowed to use a GoPro. You might want to bring water shoes.  In case you need a good laugh, here’s a video of me being pushed off the bungee swing and screaming bloody murder. Show less
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Captain Hook Cancun
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Captain Hook Cancun, Cancun
Captain Hook Cancun, Cancun
Captain Hook Cancun, Cancun
Captain Hook Cancun, Cancun
Captain Hook Cancun, Cancun
Captain Hook Cancun, Cancun
Captain Hook Cancun dinner cruise is a live action pirate show, where you will be attacked by another boat on the crystal clear blue Caribbean waters. It’s a lot of fun for all ages, and comes with a buffet meal. You’ll sail aboard an 18th-century reproduction of a Spanish galleon ship.
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Columbus Lobster Dinner Cruise
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Columbus Lobster Dinner Cruise, Cancun
Columbus Lobster Dinner Cruise, Cancun
Columbus Lobster Dinner Cruise, Cancun
Columbus Lobster Dinner Cruise, Cancun
Columbus Lobster Dinner Cruise, Cancun
Columbus Lobster Dinner Cruise, Cancun
Your honeymoon holidays in Cancun couldn’t complete without Columbus Lobster Dinner Cruise. Located close to the Hotel Zone is Nichupte lagoon, where you can enjoy breathtaking landscape and marine views while listening to the smooth sounds of a live saxophone player. Located in proximity to it is a national open bar. It’s a restaurant-cum-bar where you can have surf n’ turf, lobster, or a vegetarian meal along with your favorite drinks. You and your better half will treasure the memories of the unforgettable romantic evening spent here. The cruise service .....is available between 5.30 pm and 8.30 pm. Details can be obtained from its website. Show less
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Cancun To Chichen Itza
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Cancun To Chichen Itza, Cancun
Cancun To Chichen Itza, Cancun
Cancun To Chichen Itza, Cancun
Cancun To Chichen Itza, Cancun
Cancun To Chichen Itza, Cancun
Cancun To Chichen Itza, Cancun
Chichen Itza is a complex of ruins that date back to the Mayan civilization, and one of the most popular day trips from Cancun. Chichen Itza’s pre-Columbian ruins are remains of what was once one of the largest, most developed cities in the region. The ruins have been restored now occupy around five square kilometers. The site attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year, especially on the days of the equinoxes, when the site shows its most mysterious face.
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Cenote Park
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Cenote Park, Cancun
Cenote Park, Cancun
Cenote Park, Cancun
Cenote Park, Cancun
Cenote Park, Cancun
Cenote Park, Cancun
There’s a small cenote at Cenote Park in Cancun itself. We won’t swim there because people often throw garbage in the cenote, and it’s small with little water. That said Cenote Park itself is fairly nice. There’s a small playground, lots of vegetation, and some nice paths. We suggest traveling outside of Cancun to visit a cenote.
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Cenote La Noria
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Cenote La Noria, Cancun
Cenote La Noria, Cancun
Cenote La Noria, Cancun
Cenote La Noria, Cancun
Cenote La Noria, Cancun
Cenote La Noria, Cancun
      View this post on Instagram          The essence of the sea in every corner. . La esencia del mar en cada rincón. #CoralLevel #IberostarSelectionCancun #Mexico #Cancun #Caribe #Caribbean #igersmexico #caribemexicano #relaxtime #disconnect #ilovetravel #travel #viajar #instapic #aroundtheworld #coffeetimeA post shared by Iberostar Hotels & Resorts (@iberostar) on Sep 12, 2019 at 11:00am PDT
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Cozumel
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Cozumel, Cancun
Cozumel, Cancun
Cozumel, Cancun
Cozumel, Cancun
Cozumel, Cancun
Cozumel is an island a bit to the south of Cancun. It has many different things to do. It’s one of the best spots to snorkel, has some of the best beaches, and an awesome little town. You can find a water park, beach clubs, and much more. It’s just a short drive down to Playa del Carmen, and you can take a ferry over to the island for pretty cheap. We recommend checking out some guided tours if you’re going to visit Cozumel. You can find some options for .....tours and things to do from Beach Tours Mexico, or check out our post 11 Exciting Things to Do in Cozumel. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Show less
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Total Snorkel Cancun
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Total Snorkel Cancun, Cancun
Total Snorkel Cancun, Cancun
Total Snorkel Cancun, Cancun
Total Snorkel Cancun, Cancun
Total Snorkel Cancun, Cancun
Total Snorkel Cancun, Cancun
We have done a diving trip to Cancun in the Spring, we swam with whale sharks in the summer and gone diving and snorkeling in the dead of winter. Anytime is a good time to enjoy the water in Cancun. But as we said above, whale shark season is from June to September. (September is getting late, but we were once on the last trip of the year and saw plenty) For Canadian's at least the water is warm year-round. We brought a wet suit with us once in January and never .....wore it at all to swim! Sea Turtles are nesting in May and October, so you have a good chance of seeing them on the beach. (Don't disturb them though, they are laying eggs and are very endangered. Pin to Save to Pinterest for future Cancun travel planning Show less
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Excellence Playa Mujeres
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Excellence Playa Mujeres, Cancun
Excellence Playa Mujeres, Cancun
Excellence Playa Mujeres, Cancun
Excellence Playa Mujeres, Cancun
Excellence Playa Mujeres, Cancun
Excellence Playa Mujeres, Cancun
Royally embark on the new life by staying at this adults-only luxury resort. Stay in one of the five-star suites of Excellence Resorts. Each suite has an 807 square feet and a larger area that is embraced with all modern amenities including an extra-wide sectional sofa, flat-screen TV, private round Jacuzzi with indoor and outdoor access and a four-poster bed situated to take advantage of gorgeous views.With multiple dining options available you would be spoilt for choice. There are beautiful pools, a gorgeous spa with experienced staff to help you .....have the best honeymoon experience. To know more about the facilities and services, consider visiting its official website. Show less
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SUP Cancun
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SUP Cancun, Cancun
SUP Cancun, Cancun
SUP Cancun, Cancun
Stand up paddle boarding is the latest trend in Cancun, but it is also a pretty easy and friendly sport that everyone can enjoy. You can rent your own paddleboard from the beach, or join a group trip to explore a certain area. If you are up for a challenge, join a long paddleboard tour that travels from Cancun all the way to Isla Mujeres! Other options are to paddle Nichupte Lagoon mangrove jungle or go on a sunrise wildlife tour.
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Hacienda El Mortero
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Hacienda El Mortero, Cancun
Hacienda El Mortero, Cancun
Hacienda El Mortero, Cancun
Hacienda El Mortero, Cancun
Hacienda El Mortero, Cancun
Hacienda El Mortero, Cancun
If you’d like to experience some of the world’s most stunning, unspoiled beaches, take a day trip to the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, just south of Tulum, where you’ll find some of the most pristine and untouched beaches on the Mexican Caribbean coast. The reserve is spread over a million acres with numerous diverse habitats and 23 archaeological sites, some of which date back more than 2,000 years. While most of the beach access is through an opening in the jungle, you won’t find crowds, or traffic here. Choose your .....favorite empty stretch of sand, sit back, relax, and enjoy this incredible unspoiled paradise. When, and if, you can tear yourself away from the view, you can explore the ruins and take a boat tour, watching for sea turtles and dolphins along the way before the grand finale in which you’ll float down the fresh water channels. Show less
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Downtown Cancun - Two Bedroom Apartment
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Downtown Cancun - Two Bedroom Apartment, Cancun
Downtown Cancun - Two Bedroom Apartment, Cancun
Downtown Cancun - Two Bedroom Apartment, Cancun
Downtown Cancun - Two Bedroom Apartment, Cancun
Downtown Cancun - Two Bedroom Apartment, Cancun
Downtown Cancun - Two Bedroom Apartment, Cancun
Image by bryce_edwards via Flickr Cancun is divided into two major zones. The first one is the hotel zone (Zona Hotelera), which is where the hotels, resorts, and beaches are. The other zone is the Downtown Cancun zone, which is where you need to go if you want to immerse into the local way of life. It’s also a great place to shop, especially if you are looking for traditional souvenirs. The Parque Las Palapas is the main park in downtown Cancun. In here, you will find food carts, an outdoor .....food court, and several handicraft shops. There are also weekly events at the park, especially during the weekends, that you need to experience. But one of the best things to do in downtown Cancun is wandering around Mercado 28. This is the main market in Cancun, and is filled with colorful souvenir stands and jewelry shops, on top of cheap eateries with the best tacos you’ll find in town. Show less
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Mera Business Lounge
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Mera Business Lounge, Cancun
Mera Business Lounge, Cancun
Mera Business Lounge, Cancun
Mera Business Lounge, Cancun
Mera Business Lounge, Cancun
At the VIP Lounge, I was welcomed with sparkling bubbly, (of course, you can have wine or any other drink of choice) and then escorted to my suite. Early check-in, as one of the first guests of the resort was a great perk.  As we walked by one of the main pools, I immediately noticed the DJ booth, bar and relaxing lounging areas. Note: Haven offers guests express check-in and check-out.
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Playa Langosta
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Playa Langosta, Cancun
Playa Langosta, Cancun
Playa Langosta, Cancun
Playa Langosta, Cancun
Playa Langosta, Cancun
Cancun has some really incredible beaches. Many of them are packed at certain times of year, while others are a bit more secluded. A chill day on the beach can be a cheap or free thing to do in Cancun to wind down and give your mind and body the break they deserve. We recommend checking out this list of the best beaches in Cancun, and trying to hit a few of them while you’re down in the Yucatan.
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Playa Publica puerto morelos
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Playa Publica puerto morelos, Cancun
Playa Publica puerto morelos, Cancun
Playa Publica puerto morelos, Cancun
Playa Publica puerto morelos, Cancun
Playa Publica puerto morelos, Cancun
Playa Publica puerto morelos, Cancun
This laid-back, peaceful fishing village, located just 20 miles south of Cancun, is one of the oldest communities on Mexico’s Caribbean coast. It offers some of the most pristine beaches in the region, ideal for just kicking back on the sand, soaking up the sun, and perhaps heading into the water too, as it’s a great place for diving and snorkeling. It’s a perfect spot for relaxation, a destination for experiencing the simple Caribbean life and spending time with especially friendly locals. The beach in the center of town is .....lined with colorful fishing boats, with the pier and the famous leaning lighthouse the highlights, though you’ll find a few outstanding eateries as well as some stores selling souvenirs and supplies, a book store and a dive shop. Show less
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Playa Norte
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Playa Norte, Cancun
Playa Norte, Cancun
Playa Norte, Cancun
Playa Norte, Cancun
Playa Norte, Cancun
Located on Isla Mujeres, this pristine beach is a great place to relax. It’s also a popular place for watching sea turtles. Glimpse these majestic marine creatures at local tortugranja, or turtle farm. If you visit between August and October, and you might get to see the baby turtles hatching.
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Chichén Itzá
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Chichén Itzá, Cancun
Chichén Itzá, Cancun
Chichén Itzá, Cancun
Chichén Itzá, Cancun
Chichén Itzá, Cancun
Chichén Itzá, Cancun
Located only about 8 minutes away from Ik Kil by car, Chichén Itzá tells a story of civilization more than a thousand years ago. This site contains pyramids, temples, and other structures made by the Mayans. The most famous structure is the Temple of Kukulkan, or El Castillo, which boasts 365 steps. Having created the 365-day calendar, the Mayans were masters of astrology, and each step represents one day in the year. Those who visit during the spring and autumn equinoxes will see a shadow in the shape of a serpent “slithering” down the steps.
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Beautyweddings Destination Weddings Mexico
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Beautyweddings Destination Weddings Mexico, Cancun
Beautyweddings Destination Weddings Mexico, Cancun
Beautyweddings Destination Weddings Mexico, Cancun
Beautyweddings Destination Weddings Mexico, Cancun
Beautyweddings Destination Weddings Mexico, Cancun
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Transfer to Holbox Island
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Transfer to Holbox Island, Cancun
Transfer to Holbox Island, Cancun
Transfer to Holbox Island, Cancun
Transfer to Holbox Island, Cancun
Transfer to Holbox Island, Cancun
Transfer to Holbox Island, Cancun
It was the most wonderful time. It was the most dreadful time. Stranded between the sand banks of Holbox Island, my friend Stefania and I found ourselves fighting against nature’s cruel hand in order to return to the safety of civilization. What went wrong, you ask? Well, let me tell you about the story of how two experienced travelers almost died because they spent a long time taking drone selfies (click here to see some of my best drone shots of Sian Ka’an near Tulum). Death by crocodile or death by drowning? Whichever .....you chose, I assure you that it wasn’t going to be a pleasant one! Show less
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Valladolid - Cancun
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Valladolid - Cancun, Cancun
Valladolid - Cancun, Cancun
Valladolid - Cancun, Cancun
Valladolid - Cancun, Cancun
Valladolid - Cancun, Cancun
Valladolid is a smaller city that’s rich in local culture and history, combined with natural attractions. The city’s atmosphere is vibrant and cozy at the same time. Take time to visit colonial era cathedrals and convents, piazzas with friendly restaurants and bars, or natural sites like Cenote Zaci. Cenote Zaci is in the middle of town, and it’s walking distance from the main plaza. There are small cliffs you can jump off of, and crystal clear water for swimming. In the city itself, a local mercado makes shopping a unique experience.
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Dos Ojos Cenote
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Dos Ojos Cenote, Cancun
Dos Ojos Cenote, Cancun
Dos Ojos Cenote, Cancun
Dos Ojos Cenote, Cancun
Dos Ojos Cenote, Cancun
Dos Ojos Cenote, Cancun
Cenote dos Oyos is closer to Tulum than Cancun, making it a bit of a drive. That said, dos Oyos is one of our favorites. It’s a beautiful, crystal clear cenote with plenty of fish. We’ve only snorkeled and swam there, but dos Ojos is famous for underwater caves that draw SCUBA divers year round.
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Kukulcan Plaza
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Kukulcan Plaza, Cancun
Kukulcan Plaza, Cancun
Kukulcan Plaza, Cancun
Kukulcan Plaza, Cancun
Kukulcan Plaza, Cancun
Kukulcan Plaza, Cancun
If you’re looking for a cool indoor playground, check out the air-conditioned play center on the second floor of the Kukulkan Plaza in the Hotel Zone. There’s also an indoor arcade in the Plaza Las Americas Mall where we’ve spent a few hours on rainy days.
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Cinépolis Vip Cancún
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Cinépolis Vip Cancún, Cancun
Cinépolis Vip Cancún, Cancun
Cinépolis Vip Cancún, Cancun
Cinépolis Vip Cancún, Cancun
Cinépolis Vip Cancún, Cancun
You can easily catch the latest flicks at the Cinépolis Vip Cancún movie theater in Las Americas Mall. Unfortunately, most kids’ movies are in Spanish only. However, many movies are subtitled in English, if your kids are of reading age. An adult ticket is around 74 pesos, or $4 USD. There’s even a VIP section at Cinépolis Vip Cancún, which we loved because you can order snacks, alcoholic beverages, or even a full meal, from a tablet at your seat and have them brought to your chair. An adult ticket for VIP is .....around 138 pesos (or $7 USD). Show less
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Best Excursion Cancun
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Best Excursion Cancun, Cancun
Best Excursion Cancun, Cancun
Best Excursion Cancun, Cancun
Best Excursion Cancun, Cancun
Best Excursion Cancun, Cancun
Best Excursion Cancun, Cancun
By many accounts, Manzanillo is one of the sunniest cities in Mexico, with an almost unrivaled number of sunny, clear days throughout the year. That makes it a great place to visit at any time, with a climate that varies very little from one season to the next, particularly when it comes to the warm, tropical temperatures. There is a rainy season, which usually falls between May and September. Actual rainfall during this time is always brief and short, so this shouldn’t deter you from visiting in these months. We visited .....in September and while we did experience some rain, it was short-lived as mentioned above. The weather was quite hot with plenty of sunshine. You really can’t go wrong in Mexico, to be honest.  Show less
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Beloved Playa Mujeres
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Beloved Playa Mujeres, Cancun
Beloved Playa Mujeres, Cancun
Beloved Playa Mujeres, Cancun
Beloved Playa Mujeres, Cancun
Beloved Playa Mujeres, Cancun
Beloved Playa Mujeres, Cancun
Beloved Playa Mujeres has 109 suites and is an adults-only all-inclusive resort in secluded Playa Mujeres feels uncommonly intimate for Cancun. You don’t have to worry about reservations at any of the four onsite restaurants and you’ll never have to fight your way to the swim-up bar for afternoon cocktails. If your room doesn’t come with an ocean view, you’re treated instead to a split-level space with its own whirlpool tub—and all guest rooms are stocked with BVLGARI amenities and a complimentary mini-bar full of snacks. While guest rooms are as big and beautiful as .....the rest of the low-key property, the space you’ll be hanging out in the most is probably the 35,000-square-foot spa, whose hydrotherapy circuit is surely the best on the strip. Click here if Beloved Playa Mujeres is right for you. Show less
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Live Aqua Beach Resort Cancun
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Live Aqua Beach Resort Cancun, Cancun
Live Aqua Beach Resort Cancun, Cancun
Live Aqua Beach Resort Cancun, Cancun
Live Aqua Beach Resort Cancun, Cancun
Live Aqua Beach Resort Cancun, Cancun
Live Aqua Beach Resort Cancun, Cancun
Live Aqua Beach Resortis right in the heart of the Hotel Zone, the adults-only Live Aqua Beach Resort Cancun offers a quiet alternative to some of the more party-centric properties in the area. This low-key, all-inclusive features a huge pool area that spills out onto a white-sand beach along with 371 contemporary rooms that have balconies looking out over the sea. However, the focus here is on the food, with a mix of casual buffet spots and more upscale a la carte spots, such as In Laa’kech, a meat and seafood grill .....and the tucked-away Hidden Garden, with pan-Asian fare. Click here if Live Aqua Beach Resort Cancun is right for you. Show less
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Isla Blanca
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Isla Blanca, Cancun
Isla Blanca, Cancun
Isla Blanca, Cancun
Isla Blanca, Cancun
Isla Blanca, Cancun
Isla Blanca, Cancun
I have never imagined such a place existed so close to Cancun. The dirt road to get there makes it even more exciting. It’s been a paradise for kite lovers, now it has become a paradise for everyone. But if you go in the weekdays you will still see a deserted unspoiled beach. In the post I wrote on Isla Blanca  I will tell you how to get there and what to expect.
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Contoy
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Contoy, Cancun
Contoy, Cancun
Contoy, Cancun
Contoy, Cancun
Contoy, Cancun
Contoy, Cancun
Contoy island has always been unaccessible for being a protected area only open for investigation purposes. The CONAP, a governmental institution for the Protection of the Natural resources in Mexico used to release only few permissions per year, and they were very difficult to obtain. I had the privilege to visit the island at that time during a company workshop. It was totally wild and unspoiled and only a group of volunteering biologists where living there for some research purposes. Lots of birds were there for nesting and a manta ray that .....paid us a visit by the beach shoreline, so friendly. It was paradise. They say that manta ray has died but there is his son (or daughter) coming over. Be prepared for the funny encounter. I am not sure if this is good or bad but they have now opened the doors to tourism, and although in a limited measure, many tour companies are now allowed to take tourists to visit this little piece for paradise. Normally tours combine the visit to Contoy to Isla Mujeres. I would personally choose a full day in Contoy and then do Isla Mujeres in another day, just because I don’t like to rush things. However if you are short of time, the combo would be perfect. In both cases it will be a full day in paradise! To Isla Contoy you cannot go on your own so here below are the tours I recommend: ✅  Full Day in Isla Contoy✅  Combo tour Isla Contoy and Isla Mujeres Show less
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Krystal Cancún
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Krystal Cancún, Cancun
Krystal Cancún, Cancun
Krystal Cancún, Cancun
Krystal Cancún, Cancun
Krystal Cancún, Cancun
Krystal Cancún, Cancun
One of the highlights of Cancun is the endless white sand beach washed by turquoise crystal water. It’s actually one unique beach 18 km long, only interrupted in one point by km 8, by Crystal Palace hotel (former Hyatt). Although the entire coast is occupied by huge hotels, the beach is totally public and you can hang out anywhere you want as long as you are not using the hotel’s facilities. There are a few spots along the Zona Hotelera road where you have access to the beach and in this .....article I explain where are the best points and why and how to get there. Show less
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