About Cancun

Cancun is known for its beaches, numerous resorts, and nightlife. It’s composed of 2 distinct areas: the more traditional downtown area, El Centro, and Zona Hotelera, a long, beachfront strip of high-rise hotels, nightclubs, shops, and restaurants. Cancun is also a famed destination for students during universities’ spring break period. The main commercial street of the Zona Hotelera, Boulevard Kukulcán, is also the site of El Rey, ancient Mayan ruins, and the sleek Museo Maya de Cancún, housing Mayan artifacts. Besides swimming, popular water activities include snorkeling and diving along the Mesoamerican Reef, or in one of the region’s many sinkholes, known as cenotes. Sailing and jet-skiing are common in the calm Nichupté Lagoon. Making frequent voyages offshore are deep-sea fishing charters and ferries to nearby Isla Mujeres island, home of Garrafón Natural Reef Park. South of the city is Xcaret, a Mayan-themed eco-park, and the Xel-Há water park.

Coba is an ancient Mayan city on the Yucatán Peninsula, located in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. The site is the nexus of the largest network of stone causeways of the ancient Mayan world, and it contains many engraved and sculpted stelae that document ceremonial life and important events of the Late Classic Period of Mesoamerican civilization.
Cancún Underwater Museum

Cancún Underwater Museum has a total of 500 sculptures, most by the British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor and the others by five Mexican sculptors, with three different galleries submerged between three and six meters deep in the ocean at the Cancún National Marine Park.
Ik Kil

Ik Kil is a cenote outside Pisté and is part of the Ik Kil Archeological Park near Chichen Itza. The cenote is open to the sky with the water level about 85 feet below ground level and there is a carved stairway that leads down to a swimming platform. Ik Kil was considered sacred by the Mayans who used the site as a location for human sacrifice to their rain god, Chaac.
Isla Contoy

Isla Contoy is a small island in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. Four species of turtle find a safe haven for nesting on the beaches of the island, namely the loggerhead turtle, Green turtle, Hawksbill turtle, and the leatherback turtle. The reserve is also a sanctuary to approximately 152 tropical marine birds, like the frigate bird, brown pelican, and the double-crested cormorant.
Sistema Dos Ojos

Dos Ojos is part of a flooded cave system located north of Tulum, on the Caribbean coast of the Yucatán Peninsula, and is the longest underwater cave systems in the world. Dos Ojos is an anchialine cave system with connections to naturally intruding marine water and tidal influence in the cenotes. The Dos Ojos Cenotes are a popular snorkeling and cavern diving site and visibility is excellent and generally limited by available light rather than water transparency.
El Rey Archaeological Zone  

El Rey is an archaeological site of the pre-Columbian Mayan culture in Cancun. The island is located on the outskirts of the city center and is connected by two bridges to the mainland. El Rey is the most important archaeological site on the island of Cancun. It is made up of 47 structures of varying functions. Archaeologists have found remains of mural paintings and drawings dating from the post-classical period.
El Meco Archaeological Site

El Meco is a small archaeological zone located on the northern outskirts of the city of Cancun on the coastal road to Punta Sam. Serpent heads decorate the castillo staircase, the highest Mayan pyramid in the Cancun area. Archaeologists believe that this small city was first inhabited in 200 AD and subsequently abandoned around 600 AD. It was during this time the community served as an important civil and ceremonial center.
Garrafon Natural Reef Park

Garrafon Natural Reef Park is popular and known worldwide for is well known all over the world for its astonishing reefs and cliffs right in front of the turquoise waters of the Mexican Caribben Sea. You can enjoy incredible activities like snorkeling, kayaking, zip-line, and tours through the island and relaxation activities, such as mayan sauna -temazcal, panoramic pool, lounge chairs, and hammocks.
Punta Sur

Punta Sur marks the southern point of Cozumel and is part of the Parque Punta Sur, a 247-acre ecological park that covers the reefs, beaches, lagoons, and low forest of the surrounding area. The reef system is also part of the Arrecifes de Cozumel National Park. The Celarain lighthouse sits on the Punta Sur promontory (Punta Celarain) and is part of a nautical museum.
Scenic Tower Cancun

Scenic Tower is 262 ft tall and rotates slowly, so you can enjoy a 360° view of Mexico's Majestic Paradise. From the tower, you can see the attractions of Xcaret park in Playa del Carmen, such as the Gran Tlachco theater, the pre-Hispanic Ballgame Court, and the white chapel of St. Francis of Assisi. In addition, you can admire the inlet, the beach, the rivers, and the lagoon.
Best Time To Visit Cancun

The best time to visit Cancun is from December to February when the weather is dry.

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