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This beachfront resort is a 30-minute drive from the airport. This luxury beachfront resort is located on a quiet beach, next to Playa Mujeres Golf Club and ...
Villa del Palmar Cancun Luxury Beach Resort & SpaNZ$284Villa del Palmar Cancun Luxury Beach Resort & SpaNZ$284
Located in Puerto Morelos, this beachfront resort is in the city center, 10.6 mi (17 km) from Ventura Park Cancun, and within 20 mi (32 km) of Cancun Country ...
Royalton Riviera Cancun Resort & Spa - All InclusiveNZ$1,241Royalton Riviera Cancun Resort & Spa - All InclusiveNZ$1,241
Grand Oasis Cancun All Inclusive puts guests a 10-minute drive from the Mayan ruins at El Rey. The sailboarding and parasailing at Playa Marlin are only a 12-minute ...
Grand Oasis Cancun All InclusiveNZ$370Grand Oasis Cancun All InclusiveNZ$370
This all-inclusive resort is on the beach overlooking the Caribbean, 8km (5 mi) from Cancun's restaurant and entertainment district, across the street from AquaWorld ...
Fiesta Americana Condesa Cancun All InclusiveNZ$551Fiesta Americana Condesa Cancun All InclusiveNZ$551
The Riu Palace Peninsula All Inclusive resort stands right on a private white-sand beach lapped by turquoise water. Ferries to Isla Mujeres leave from a terminal ...
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Nestled on the beach, this Isla Mujeres hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Norte Beach and Secreto Beach. Crayola House and Mundaca House are also within 3 ...
Hotel Posada Del MarNZ$95Hotel Posada Del MarNZ$95
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from Parish of the Risen Christ and within 6 mi (10 km) of Ventura Park Cancun and Cancun Country Club. ...
Courtyard By Marriott Cancun AirportNZ$140Courtyard By Marriott Cancun AirportNZ$140
Step back in time
Famed for its ancient origins as much as its current-day bustle, Cancun's Mayan Ruins take in striking architecture, spectacular art, and culturally diverse structures. Between the 1980s and the present, Cancun has transformed itself from a jungle village into a diverse holiday resort comprising ancient relics and sandy beaches, and providing a haven for water sports fanatics and beach holidaymakers alike. Buttressing south-east Mexico's coastline, this part of the Yucatan Peninsula contrasts Caribbean-facing luxury hotels with bars and restaurants overlooking the romantic Nichupte Lagoon.
Ancient Mayan Cancun has more than left its mark on the modern incarnation of the city - most obviously in the form of Chichen Itza, the cultural center of Cancun. The Kukulkan Pyramid forms a striking figurehead, standing at a height of over 75 feet as part of the ancient mysterious city. It's also worth spending some time at the archaeological site so that you can experience the less obvious points of attraction, such as the Cenotes (sinkholes), an ideal setting for a solid day's freshwater swimming.
Interact with nature
Enjoy views of the Cancun jungles with some horseback riding --it's the freest way to explore the matchless destination of Cancun, a truly different taste of the Mexican way of life. And why not swim with dolphins? You can be a part of their aquatic world, and experience their serenity and benevolence face-to-face. And if that's still not enough then why not visit Xcaret, an ancient Mayan village which now comprises an underground river, aquarium, and aviary? It's a truly unique experience - an otherworldly paradise.
If thinking outside the box is your thing, spend some time in Tulum; set atop a cliff overlooking the Caribbean, Tulum is home to Xel-Ha, the world's largest natural aquarium. Tulum's structures date back more than seven centuries, and the 40-foot high El Castillo pyramid is the aesthetic focus.
Downtown Cancun gives a taste of the local way of life with a plethora of regional specialities ready and waiting. Be it indigenous cuisine, live music, or local handicrafts you're after, it's all there; it's a taste of the true Mexicana to contrast with the Americanized city center.
Accommodation can mainly be found in the famous Zone Hotelera, an area shaped like a '7' featuring bridges connecting to the mainland. Rough beaches envelop the vertical side of the '7', while the horizontal end provides a tropical paradise for surfers and sun-seekers alike. The 14-mile beach stretch is where the city comes alive at night; the vast selection of bars and clubs means there is bound to be one to suit your taste. The area undertakes the great feat of transforming itself from the world's second largest coral reef during the daytime to a lively party city at night.