Sand, sun and surf enthusiasts will delight in the variety of authentic activities available at this tropical paradise that was once the hub of the Mayan civilization for more than 3,000 years. Don’t forget to explore Chichen Itza, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
Swim in a Cenote
Mexico has nearly 7,000 naturally occurring cenotes, swimming holes, caves and underground rivers that are formed when limestone rock collapses. Most of these cenotes are found on the Yucatán Penins... See more
Mayan Ruins at Chichen Itza
This site was originally a main hub of the Mayan civilization that spanned more than 3,000 years. Chichen Itza is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
The Mayans ... See more
Explore Isla Mujeres
It only takes a 15 minute boat ride to travel to one of the most popular day trip destinations near Cancun, Isla Mujeres. The island’s popularity is largely due to its beautiful beaches and laid back ... See more
Cave of the Hanging Snakes
In a remote cave tucked away in the jungles of the Yucatan, bat-eating snakes hang down from the cave’s ceiling. These snakes have developed a creepy and incredible new way of life.
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Loaded with over 40 attractions, this park offers culture, entertainment, traditional food and a variety of authentic activities. Wildlife enthusiasts will love Jaguar Island, Manatee Lagoon and the... See more
Museum of Underwater Art
The world’s most famous, underwater sculpture museum is located in Cancun. Designed in response to the damage that was being done to the local reef areas, this museum provides a safe haven for coral g... See more
Swim with Dolphins
Play in the water with these lovable and friendly creatures of the sea. Not only can you swim with them but you can also stand on an underwater platform in Isla Mujeres’ Dolphin Encounter and you wil... See more
Explore an Abandoned Beach Resort
Once a well-loved all-inclusive resort, Club Tulum just south of Cancun is now an abandoned mess. This resort was hit by government bureaucracy and an unforgiving hurricane that destroyed it. The ho... See more