Where to go in Cancun and surrounding areas
A magical experience only available in very few select sites around the entire world is coming to our tropical paradise. We are talking about snorkeling with whale sharks, the largest fish in the oceans.
Festival of Life and Death Traditions Xcaret Park is an amazing spectacle that combines tradition, history, art and customs of the Mexicans to celebrate the life and remember those who are gone.
The natural park of Xel-Ha has a new attraction, it is a 40 meter high lighthouse that has a spectacular view of the Caribbean Sea and where you can have the exciting experience of descending from a height of 40 meters on slides
Huge underground systems of caves were created forming the amazing underground system currently existing such as millions of stalactites and stalagmites as well as sinkholes or well known as Cenotes.
The name equinox means "equal night" in Latin but what really an equinox is?
Northern Hemisphere moving into autumn and the South emerging from winter into spring. The celestial event that marks this transition is called an "equinox," and it happens twice every year around March 21 and Sept. 21
Not as vast and famous as the nearby Chichen Itzá, this once thriving Mayan city is a marvel in itself that should be on any true traveller’s list of top places to visit in the Yucatán Peninsula...
Have you ever dreamed of swimming with sea turtles? Akumal is a place located south of Cancun where you can get a close encounter with them
Spectacular shows, flying acrobats, the best music, Rock & Roll and Salsa bands make Coco Bongo one of the most popular nightclub in Cancun
Puerto Morelos a friendly fishing village located at the extreme north of the Mayan Riviera at only 22 miles south of Cancun, this town has a relaxed atmosphere which utend to attracts many tourists from all the world. You will be seduced by its natural beauty and charm which will transport you million miles away from the glamour of Cancun.
Akumal means "place of turtles" in Mayan culture and here is exactly where hundreds of this turtles arrive every year to lay their eggs on the beach during the summer months.
During your visit to Cozumel, you will be able to enjoy different activities. Many of them are unique and you won’t be able to find them in other places: swim in a beautiful sea, have a close encounter with the Mayan culture, scuba dive or snorkel in the second largest coral reef in the world and the magical experience of swimming with dolphins
Cozumel is the biggest island in Mexico, located beside Yucatan Peninsula (with an extension 28 miles long and 10 miles wide) You can get Cozumel by plane or ferry that can be boarded in Playa de Carmen
The Riviera Maya is comprised of the area west coast of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. It stretches along 75 miles from Puerto Morelos, a seaside village south of Cancun to Punta Allen. It includes places like Playa del Carmen, Puerto Aventuras, Akumal and Tulum.
Playa, as it is called by its inhabitants and visitors, provides everything one could wish for in a Caribbean location: luxury hotels with all the amenities that international travelers require, numerous bars, shopping centers, restaurants serving traditional and international cuisine, cultural and recreational centers, water sports and golf.
Attractive and full of nuances of flavors, colors, traditions and natural beauty, the city of Valladolid in Yucatan, is a mosaic surrounded by colonial architecture and the mysticism that encloses the great Mayan culture
Isla Mujeres, the picturesque and beautiful Island of Women, is a piece of paradise in the Mexican Caribbean, and everyone traveling to Cancun or Riviera Maya must dedicate at least a day to visit it. Ferry boat rides are available every half hour with round trips Cancun-Isla Mujeres.
Snorkeling, diving, swim and hiking into Cenotes is a magical and unique experience in the Riviera Maya. We offer several tours to enjoy the wonder of cenotes, usually combined with other attractions.
Cancun ranks among one of the top destinations for sportfishing. You can rent a private boat or go on a group outing. February to April is a good time of year to catch kingfish, barracuda, shark, and blue marlin. From September to February, you’ll reel in barracuda, grouper, jackfish and kingfish. From April to August, you’ll hook blue marlin, sailfish, tuna, bonito and dorado.