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  Cancun's Best: Attractions  

Aquaworld


A dive center with scuba classes. Visitors can swim with dolphins and during the summer season swim with whale sharks as they migrate to waters north of Cancun. Explore Punta Nizuc coral reef and marine life from the comfort of your own yellow submarine, the Sub See Explorer.

Aquaworld

 

  Cancun's Best: Attractions  

Cancun Maya Museum


Opened September 2012, with 350 artifacts including a 14,000-year-old skeleton. 55,000-square-foot area located in the Hotel Zone. Next to the San Miguelito Archeological area.

Cancun Maya Museum

 

  Cancun's Best: Attractions  

Cancun Underwater Museum


Snorkeling amongst 400 life-size sculptures off the coast of Isla Mujeres. Take a high-powered speedboat to and from the museum. Part of the Cancun National Marine Park.

Cancun Underwater Museum

 

  Cancun's Best: Attractions  

Chichen Itza


The ancient capital and most important archaeological zone of the Mayan Empire. A UNESCO World Heritage Site located 2 1/2 hours from Cancun. One of the New Seven Wonders of the World.

Chichen Itza

 

  Cancun's Best: Attractions  

Coco Bongo


Nightlife central as Vegas meets Cancun. In the middle of the Hotel Zone with non-stop performances, dancers, gymnasts, movie clips and impersonators. Not your typical nightclub. (You have been warned.)

Coco Bongo

 

  Cancun's Best: Attractions  

Croco Cun Zoo


Interactive conservation zoo located 19 miles from downtown Cancun. Learn about local flora and fauna. Feed spider monkeys; hold a baby crocodile; walk where crocodiles roam free.

Croco Cun Zoo

 

  Cancun's Best: Attractions  

Isla Mujeres


Cruise on a trimaran (sailboat with 3 hulls) to Isla Mujeres, which is 4.6 miles long and half a mile at its widest point and sits in an imaginary line between the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. Great for snorkeling and swimming.

Isla Mujeres

 

  Cancun's Best: Attractions  

Selvática Canopy & Cenote Diving


Thirty minutes south of the Hotel Zone with 12 zip lines that whisk you over the jungle. A cenote is a freshwater-filled limestone sinkhole filled with clear fresh water connected to an underlying cave system. You have to be Open Water certified to dive here but can swim and snorkel without any certification.

Selvática Diving

 

  Cancun's Best: Attractions  

Tulum


Located two hours from Cancun, Tulum is a pre-Columbian Mayan walled city on the banks of the Caribbean. See the Mayan site The Castle, Temple of Masks, City Square & God Chaac.

Tulum

 

  Cancun's Best: Attractions  

Xel-Ha


Ten minutes from Tulum is Xel-Ha, the world's largest natural aquatic park. An aquarium & aquatic theme park with turquoise lagoons, marine life and tropical flora. The underground river flows into the Caribbean.

Xel-Ha

 



 
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