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Cruises to Cancun, Mexico

Cancun, Mexico Cruises

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Mexico is one of the best spring break destinations, located on the northeastern edge of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. It is also home to a large natural harbor and is the destination for several cruises worldwide. It is known as the official party capital of Mexico, with excellent beachfront access to the Caribbean Sea. The Mayan Riviera begins in Cancun, where the Caribbean Sea's clear turquoise waters meet the beach surrounded by endless hotels.

Best Things to do in Cancun

Cancun city is indeed famous for its incredible nightlife and beautiful beaches. But there are many other fun things to do in Cancun that you might not want to miss. On Isla Mujeres is an underwater art museum that earns praise for its culture. Chichén Itzá also boasts cultural attractions. Visit some of the best-preserved Mayan ruins in Mexico on a day trip to nearby Tulum if you have extra time. These hot spots are included in many of the city's top guided tours.

1. Underwater Museum of Art (MUSA)

MUSA stands for Underwater Museum of Art, located in the National Marine Park of Cancun and Isle Mujeres. More than 500 sculptures on the seabed are distributed in three galleries – Punta Sam Gallery and Punta Nizuc Gallery, both in Cancun, which have sculptures at a depth of 4 meters (13 ft), and Manchones Gallery, in Isla Mujeres, where the sculptures are located 8 meters (26 ft) deep. All the sculptures underwater promote coral life and are devoted to the art of conservation. This museum is a perfect combination of water adventure,environmental scienceand art appreciation.

2. Isla Mujeres

This small island located in the Caribbean is known to offer excellent snorkeling and scuba diving opportunities and delicious seafood. Just 4.3 miles wide, the Island of the Women offers stunning views of the Caribbean. A ferry service connects Cancun with the island, which attracts sea turtles. It is near a coral reef in Garaffon park and a hub for water activities. The Cancun Underwater Museum and island are also located on the western coast.

3. Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza was a Mayan city located in the Yucatan State and is considered one of the world's seven wonders. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Throughout the year, more than a million tourists visit this untold Mayan city, the center of which is the pyramid El Castillo, which was once a place of worship. Skip the beach and head  to the relics of one of the greatest civilizations on the planet.

4. Ruins of Tulum

The spectacular setting makes Tulum a top pick among the Mayan Ruins.The ancient Mayan culture can be felt all over Mexico in the form of archaeological sites. Taking in the spectacular turquoise waters while perched high on a cliff is a sight you will never forget. The beach at Tulum is also renowned for its beauty. Just a short drive from Cancun, it’s a popular day trip to consider.  

5. The Adventure Park

Most of the adventure parks are in the south of Cancun and are unlike anything you’ve ever seen. You can swim through the meandering canals at Xcaret, enjoy the beach coves, watch cultural shows, or hike through the jungles. There are some top-rated parks in Mexico, including Xplor with caves, ziplines, rafting, ATV's and mangrove tubing, Xel-Ha, a water park featuring waterslides, snorkeling, and mangrove tubing, Xenotes cenote exploration, Xoximilco floating festival, and the bizarre Xenses optical illusion park.

Best Time to Visit in Cancun

The tropical climate near the equator means Cancun has fun weather year-round, so it's a great place to visit no matter what time of year it is. The environment in Cancun can bring increased humidity levels during the summer and prolonged rains occasionally. The best time to visit  Cancun is from December to April.  

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