Cancún, Mexico

Cancun is one of Mexico`s most popular destinations and one which keeps visitors coming back again and again. Sugar white sands set along crystal clear waters make it easy to effortlessly spend the day relaxing. Situated on the corner of the Yucatan Peninsula, Cancun serves as a gateway for exploring ancient Mayan civilizations through its ruins and archaeological sites.

Top Things To Do:

Underwater Museum

At first, you think the ocean floor is filled with people. They stand in a crowd, hundreds of them, like shoppers at a busy market. You take a deep breath through your snorkel, and dive closer. The Cancun Underwater Museum, or Museo Subacuático de Arte (MUSA), is an installation of over 500 sculptures beneath the waters of the Cancun National Marine Park. It opened to the public in 2010, and instantly became one of the most popular destinations for adventurous tourists to explore.

Chichen Itza

Discover what was once the bubbling center of the ancient Mayan civilization at Chichen Itza.  Now known as one of the new seven wonders of the world, Chichen Itza is a must-see when visiting the Yucatán region.


Discover the most gorgeous underground cenotes in Mexico.

Snorkel in Coves

Xel-Há Park is gorgeous park has a beautiful cove which is the home of thousands of tropical fish and other species. Snorkel your way through the calm waters and experience the brightest and most colorful marine life in the Caribbean.

Be Shocked and Amazed

Located right in the heart of the Hotel Zone, Coco Bongo Cancun stands out among dozens of bars and clubs that form the party capital in Mexico. Just one block from the majestic Caribbean Sea, emerges a spectacular colossus indicating the travelers the arrival to the most shocking night of their lives. Prepare to be amazed with flying acrobats, impressive musical tributes and the continuous party atmosphere that has made us world famous.


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