Chichen Itzá, sacred city of the Maya civilization
Mystical archeological site designated by UNESCO as a Cultural World Heritage site, for being evidence of an old dazzling city that was once the center of the Maya Empire of Central America. Today it is known as one of the New7Wonders of the World, being the only one in North America. Recognized for its main structure: The Temple of Kukulkán, or also known as “The Castle”.
Reserve your tour with your sales agent at your hotel. This type of tours may include: transportation, lunch, swim in a cenote and the entrance to the archeological site.
Puerto Morelos, an enchanting town
Small fishermen town located 20 minutes from Cancún. In Puerto Morelos, you will find fresh seafood and peaceful beaches, perfect for swimming and enjoying the Caribbean weather. The reef is close to the coast, reason why it is a preferred destination for diving and snorkeling.
Playa del Carmen, an eclectic city by the sea
This popular destination in the Riviera Maya is approximately 45 minutes south from Cancún, offers a variety of restaurants, bars, malls, galleries, boutiques and a vibrant nightlife. Stroll down the Fifth Avenue (Quinta Avenida), a pedestrian walkway where to find from coffee to an exclusive boutique. Playa del Carmen has options for all.
Cozumel, Mexican island with Caribbean flavor
This island receives the first rays of the sun in all México. It is a somewhat big island that joins the touristic style, due to cruise ship arrivals, together with ancient traditions; all with wonderful views of the Caribbean Sea in all its splendor. For a complete experience, it is recommended to do snorkeling or diving and observe the marine life from the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System. To get to the island it is necessary to take a ferry from Playa del Carmen.
Isla Mujeres, peace and relaxation in and out of the sea
On a 20-minute ferry ride from Cancún is Isla Mujeres, a Magic Town of Quintana Roo. It is a small and cozy island perfecto to travel from point to point on golf carts. At north white sandy beaches with tranquil waters, at south art and culture and an incredible panoramic view of Cancun and the Caribbean Sea.
Tulum, small town with big history
This destination south of Cancun, approximately two hours by road, encloses ancient histories of Maya culture, since there is the only archaeological zone at the edge of the sea, also known as "Walled City". In the city, there are restaurants of international and Mexican cuisine, shops and a relaxed atmosphere.