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Xcaret Eco Theme Park

Xcaret Eco Theme Park (Highway Pto. Juarez – Chetumal Km. 282, Playa del Carmen) – this eco-adventure park is just an hour’s drive from Cancún. Xcaret captures what’s unusual about the Yucatán, with reefs to snorkel, forests to hike, underground rivers to float in and caverns to swim. Stay for the evening performance, which showcases […]

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Riviera Cancún Golf

Riviera Cancún Golf (Blvd. Kukulcan, Km. 25, Zona Hotelera, Cancún) — designed by Jack Nicklaus, this 18-hole golf course has ocean views and a Mexican-style clubhouse that’s surrounded by mangroves.

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Playa Punta Nizuc

Playa Punta Nizuc (Blvd. Kukulcan, Km. 24, Cancún) –– On the southern tip of the peninsula at Km 24, Playa Punta Nizuc is the most isolated and deserted beach in Cancún. Far from the crowds and party scene, this area has no amenities to speak of other than those available to guests at the nearby […]

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Playa Tortugas

Playa Tortugas (Blvd. Kukulcan, Km. 1.5, Zona Hotelera, Cancún) — Playa Tortugas (Turtle Beach) eroded greatly after Hurricane Wilma. There’s now a restored sandbank at the entrance around Km 6.5 on Boulevard Kukulcán. The water is deep and the swimming is excellent, so many people come here to sail, snorkel, kayak, paraglide, and ride Wave […]

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Playa Pez Volador

Playa Pez Volador (Blvd. Kukulcan, Km. 5.5, Zona Hotelera, Cancún) — The calm surf and relaxing shallows of Playa Pez Volador make it an aquatic playground for families with young children. Marked by a huge Mexican flag at Km 5.5, the wide beach is popular with locals, as many tourists tend to head to the […]

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Playa Linda

Playa Linda (Pretty Beach) (Blvd. Kukulcan, Km. 2.5, Zona Hotelera, Cancún) –– Playa Linda (Pretty Beach) is where the ocean meets the freshwater of Laguna Nichupté to create the Nichupté Channel. Restaurants and changing rooms are available near the launching dock. There’s lots of boat activity along the channel, and the ferry to Isla Mujeres […]