Cancun

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    About Cancun

    On the Caribbean coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, Cancun is a top Caribbean destination for its location in Mexico, warm waters, and Mayan history. Its white sand beaches and turquoise waters are the main draw to this paradise, its signature “7“ coast line shape drawing people from all over the world looking for a hot spot to relax. Though, you will find much more to do than just beach tanning. Golfers, hikers, archeologists, and spa goers all have something to do.

    Things to Do in Cancun

    The Cancun beaches are some of the best beaches in the Caribbean. Apart from the resort strip known as the Hotel Zone, Cancun also has less developed beaches that are worth a little research. For ocean adventure, scuba dive or snorkel the Cancun Underwater Museum or have some family fun kissing dophins (a very popular experience). You must take a trip to Chichen Itza or Coba, the Mayan ruins. You can shop at La Isla Shopping Mall or from one of the many vendors that patrol the Cancun beaches. Cancun is home to the major golf course: Riviera Cancun Golf and Spa. Whether you want adventure or relaxation or both, Cancun is your place.

    Cancun Accommodations

    While Cancun resorts and hotels are a signature part of the landscape, these spots are sometimes crowded and overpriced. Renting a home or condo is a great option to save some money and get an experience other than the tourist crowd scene. Find Cabo vacation rentals near or even outside the resort world by heading South. Note: Cancun pricing tends to run higher in the main tourist season (from winter to late spring) and lower in the off season (summer).

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