Feb 20, 2019 - Feb 21, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
This city on the edge of a tropical sea won the lottery as far as geography goes. The scenery here includes the sublime Caribbean Sea and the lush jungles and rocky cliffs of the Yucatan Peninsula. Cancun, like other global club hotspots, has been developed to welcome a greater range of travelers since the turn of the century. The clubs, bars, and other nightlife that still attract their share of visitors to Cancun have been joined by resorts, theme parks, boutique hotels, and eco-tourism venues.
From all-inclusive resorts that include tours, shows, and airport transfers, to a humble straw hut under a palm tree and everything in between. Cancun has a reputation for catering to the young club crowd, but the impressive array of options for accommodation proves that isn’t always the case.
Canadians and Americans flock to Cancun for Christmas holidays and Reading Break, and Mexicans enjoy this holiday hotspot during their vacation times as well. You could easily spend your vacation in the city and have plenty to do, and there are all kinds of adventures in the city’s environs, including those you can only reach by boat.
are I loved it... we went singles no kids but now we are planning one with the kids definitely have to love the experience. super safe city beautiful experience to swim in a cenote people are super friendly sweet and helpful.. tip.. try to use public transportation such as buses instead if cabs you will save lots of money
If I'm honest I prefer Playa del Carmen and Tulum. Cancun is a bit too 'Vegas' for me, plus it is super expensive. But if you are looking to party and don't mind splashing the cash you can have an amazing time here.
The city if filled with beautiful beaches and great food with so many activities for the whole family to do. The big downside here is the draw it "party" goers. So beware to be around rowdy people day and night.
Omg I want to go back to Vacation. I miss this place. This is a great vacation.