Cancun, maybe the most well-known resort in all of Mexico, is located on a 396-meter-long, 13-mile-long L-shaped island that is just off the Yucatan peninsula's northern shore.
Cancún's Beautiful Beaches
In truth, Cancun has several extensive lengths of beach, and while frequent visitors may have favourites.
This UNESCO World Heritage Site was founded by the Mayans more than 1,000 years ago and has numerous renowned Chac-mool idols.
Mayan Ruins of Chichén Itzá
El Rey Maya Ruins
The El Rey Ruins (Las Ruinas del Rey) are the remnants of about 47 buildings, and they were named after a mask that was discovered here and thought to be dedicated to the sun god.
Cancun Underwater Museum
The Cancun Underwater Museum is one of this vacation town's oddest attractions (MUSA).
You can swim throughout the enclosures of the facility surrounded by a variety of species, such as stingrays, seahorses, and clown fish.
This long, narrow island is only a short hydrofoil trip from the pier at the conference centre (Cancun Center) and is only approximately 13 kilometres from the mainland.
The Temple of the Frescos, with its sculptures and reliefs, is one of Tulum's many other distinctive buildings, which are in addition to its tall, wide walls.
Urbano Kabah Park
Urbano Kabah Park (Parque Kabah), commonly referred to as the Kabah Ecological Park, is located in the centre of Cancun.
Scenic Tower & Xcaret
A trip up the Scenic Tower is a must-do while in Cancun (Torre Escenica). Due to its height (110 metres), it has become somewhat of a landmark in the hotel district.