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Cultural tours

During your stay in Cancun do not forget
to visit its unique natural places

Cancun is recognized throughout the world for its spectacular white sand beaches and its fascinating sea in turquoise blue tones.

With unique natural places, Mayan culture, water activities and adventure. International cuisine, spectacular golf courses, sophisticated spa facilities; exclusive shopping centers, typical handicraft markets as well as shows, bars and nightclubs that give fame to its incomparable nightlife.


A night in Xcaret

The most spectacular park on the Mayan Riviera.
More than 300 performers on stage will take you through mexican history.

Enjoy an exquisite dinner , with choices like duck, lobster and pork.

$ 64 USD per person. It includes:

  • Round transportation hotel
  • Park ticket included
  • Welcome cocktail
  • Two glasses of house wine
  • Unlimited sodas
  • Four course dinner
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Take the Tulum - Cenotes Eco - Adventure Tour

Immerse yourself in Mayan life as you learn about the culture of Mexico amid the incredible scenery. Throughout the trip, you’ll have an expert guide on hand to teach you about the history and mysteries of the Mayans and their great civilization.

Choose your cenotes wisely!

Most people who visit Tulum want to see one of the limestone sinkholes known as cenotes. There are many of them around, and they vary widely in terms of size, price and attractiveness. If you want to save money, get the $6 double ticket for Cenote Escondido and Cenote Cristal just outside town. Other cenotes like Dos Ojos can cost up to $25 per person.

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Museum of Cancun

The Mayam museum of Cancun is the most important new development that is run by the National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico after the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City.

This museum ticket also includes access to the archaeological site of San Miguelito , through a path of the lower corridor of the museum. The site has at least four sets, consisting primarily of wooden and palm structures, likely houses, where mayan families lived during the last years before the arrival of the Spanish conquistadors.

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Open the gate to…

Chichen Itza, wonder of the world

Enter the Chichén Itzá site as the park opens, and take a 2-hour guided tour of this ancient Mayan city. See the popular Mayan Skies presentation at the nearby planetarium, and enjoy a full-service buffet lunch.

Be among the first to enter the Chichén Itzá archeological site as the park opens for the day. A certified guide will greet you when you arrive at the park. In a small group you’ll visit the temples and enjoy the site in the peaceful and cooler early morning hours before other visitors arrive.

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Night of Chichén Itzá Light Show Tour

During the night tour through the archaeological zone of Chichén Itzá and within the show “The Nights of Kukulkan” you can discover the most important sites of this complex. The jaguar temple, the great tables and the warriors; the ball game, the platform of skulls or Tzompantli, eagles and jaguars and the platform of venus; Kukulkan Castle and the squares of a thousand columns.

  • Wear comfortable clothes and shoes.
  • The roads are not paved.
  • You can bring a bottle of water with you into the park.
  • You can take pictures at the archeological sites and during the show however the use of flash is not permitted.
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Isla mujeres

Mexico's Carribean Paradise

Isla Mujeres is an island paradise as fine as any in the Caribbean. Located just 13 kilometers off the coast of Cancun, this small 7-kilometer island offers true tropical isolation without the hassle of extreme travel. Plus, your tour of the island offers a number of activities to enjoy, ranging from the rustic and natural to the historic and cultural. You’ll have plenty of time to visit everything from Punta Sur to Punta Norte, including Playa Norte, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Whether you’re looking to take a stroll around the island’s small town, snorkel with some of the region’s amazing marine wildlife, or just sit back and enjoy sailing in a catamaran from Cancun, this tour has something for you.

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“The island of swallows”

Cozumel is the largest island in the Mexican Caribbean. Rich in history, Mayan vestiges and natural wonders; an authentic paradise in the middle of the sea with white beaches, beautiful sunsets and world-famous for its coral reefs. It is a destination of adventure and relaxation where all kinds of activities are carried out in impressive natural settings.

The great reef banks that form live underwater gardens are home to a rich and varied marine fauna. Apart from offering spectacular, dreamy landscapes, it has a wide variety of ecotourism activities such as zip lines, rappelling, kitesurfing, windsurfing, surfing, swimming with dolphins, snorkeling, fishing, golf, motorcycle rides, bicycles, canoes and kayaks.

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Cancun Ferris Wheel

Enjoy the best views of Cancun in “La gran Rueda”

Spin around and touch the sky while the views of the city surround you. Feel the embrace of the Caribbean Sea and the delightful whisper of the Nichupte Lagoon while you climb up into the clouds!

A new experience in the heart of Cancun’s Zona Hotelera neighbourhood.

Discover every spot of the city and its heavenly views!

From 14:00 to 23:00 hrs every day!
Watch the dashing colors of the day, the fiercest sunsets, or the wonderful night lights.

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Xoximilco Park

Entrance Ticket to a Colorful Mexican Fiesta

Embark on a unique experience on board of colorful trajineras (gondola-like boats), where a true Mexican fiesta comes alive. Classic live music groups await you, along with the delight of over 20 traditional dishes. Enjoy an open beer and tequila bar.

This magical place with an ambiance of fiesta, music and tradition, captures the imagination of all who set foot in it because it maintains the charm and memories of Mexico’s golden age. This new attraction makes possible an encounter with Mexico’s rich past. Expect a grand experience, a delightful tasting dinner, vibrant music, ancient legends, and the best Mexican party.

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Holbox Island

How to pronounce it: It's hole-bosh, not hole-box. And you can drop the “isla,” as locals generally just call it Holbox.

Located in the state of Quintana Roo not far from Cancun and Playa del Carmen, Holbox’s vibe is more barefoot on the beach than late nights at the club. If that wasn’t an incentive enough, it is also a gorgeous destination, with clear green-blue waters in every direction.

How to get there?

If driving: Drive to Chiquila (2-3h), where you can take a ferry. Ferries run daily throughout the day and you often don’t need to make a reservation.
If commuting: There are two buses a day that run to Chiquila from Playa del Carmen. Be aware that Taxis may be pricey!.

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Xplor park

Explore the rock formations of the Mayan Riviera, sculpted over millions of years

Spend a day discovering the unique attractions of the Xplor Park in the Mayan Riviera. Fly over treetops on ziplines, explore the underground network of rivers and drive an amphibious vehicle through exciting jungle trails.

When you are ready to eat, you can stop at El Troglodita restaurant, where you will find the perfect mixture of fresh, high quality food, including a great choice of salads, an international buffet, luscious desserts and a soda fountain complete with fresh fruit juices, coffee, and hot chocolate, as well as oatmeal and peanut cookies.

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Underwater Museum of art


Is located in the National Marine Park of Cancun and Isla Mujeres. It has more than 500 sculptures installed on the seabed distributed in three galleries: Manchones Gallery, in Isla Mujeres where the sculptures are located 8 meters. (26 ft.) Deep; Punta Nizuc Gallery and Punta Sam Gallery, both in Cancun, with sculptures at a depth of 4 meters. (13 ft.).

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