Riviera Maya

Chichen Itza



Xel Ha


Playa del Carmen

Puerto Aventuras


Puerto Morelos


Cancun has a tropical humid climate. Average daily: January-March, 68-86°F (20-30°C); April-June, 71-89°F (22-32°C); July-September, 75- 91°F (24-33°C); October-Dec., 68-87°F (20-31°C).


Spanish is the official language and English is spoken in the Hotel Zone and other resorts area. The rural population is bilingual, speaking Maya and Spanish.

What to Wear
Dressing is casual, however most restaurants do not allow bare feet and bathing suits. Finer restaurants prefer pants, skirts or dresses to shorts and t- shirts. Bring cotton summer wear and one long sleeved shirt or sweater for cooler winter evenings.

Night life
Nightlife in Cancun is irresistible. Whether you are in the mood for an intimate dinner, a fun party or some sophisticated entertainment, it's all here for you to enjoy. After dark, the whole town sizzles with music - a variety from jazz, salsa, reggae, classical and much more.

For the party lovers there are the discos, dance bars and nightclubs where you can dance all night long. Many of the nightclubs import the hottest bands around while the discos have DJ's spinning the latest hits accompanied by high-tech laser light shows.
With well over 300 restaurants, among them acclaimed gourmet eateries, European-Style bistros and the world most popular taste food outlets, Cancun is the ideal place to embark on a gastronomic tour.

Every restaurant has something special and just about every dining experience is available. Diners can choose cuisines from every part of the globe and sample something different every night. Then there's the setting and ambiance, always an important consideration when selecting a restaurant; the resort has plenty to offer, from romantic, candlelit bistros and tropical-style waterfront terrace eateries to elegant restaurants for a really special occasion.
Maya legacy

Two hours south of Cancun is the famous site of Tulum with his Cliffside location and spectacular view of the Caribbean. Be sure to visit El Castillo and the Temples of the Frescoes and Descending God. Forty minutes west of Tulum is the ancient city of Coba, surrounded by five lakes.
Famous Chichen Itza, two hours west of Cancun , boasts the amazing Temple of the Magician, a pyramid with four staircases and 365 steps. During the spring and fall equinox, the setting sun forms the shadow of a snake slithering down to earth on the pyramid. Other spectacular buildings include the Temple of the Warriors, Ball Court, El Caracol and the Nunnery.

Saliendo del Aeropuerto de Cancun
Cancun Zona Hotelera
Puerto Morelos

Tranfers Vans

Cancun Archaeological

Cancun EcoTourism

Cancun Golf

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