The beautiful island of Cancun, Mexico

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Cancun is something like the capital of the Riviera Maya, according to the locals who still speak Mayan, its name is composed of 2 words, Kan which means snake, and Kun which means nest, therefore, the name would be something like “Nest of snakes”.

This is very probable, since there are a great variety of reptiles in the area, among them, 26 types of snakes, crocodiles, iguanas. It is one of the most important tourist destinations in Mexico; its main attraction is its natural beauty of beaches with a sea that varies in tonalities, depending on the depth.

If you look from Cancun to Isla Mujeres, you will notice that around the island, the sea turns into a fluorescent tone. Its mangroves and jungle are home to a variety of species, beautiful and romantic sunsets.

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But that’s not all; besides the natural, its Hotel Zone is 20 kilometers long, with a variety of Hotels, Condominiums, Villas and some Hostels, to choose from according to the budget and plan of your stay. To enjoy the beauty of this indescribably beautiful place, but with all the comforts, Cancun also has a variety of restaurants, shopping malls and an area where much of the nightlife is concentrated. In several of these centers are offered shows of excellent quality, we are sure you will have fun.

Cancun is excellently connected by road to other important points, so it is advisable to visit Eco parks that offer you the natural beauty of the Caribbean, along with a variety of activities and in some of them, high-level shows, where you will also learn a lot about Mexico and one of the richest and most important cultures, the Mayan culture.

THINGS TO DO IN CANCUN

Mayan Museum

A visit of a few hours to the Mayan Museum offers a total insight into this fascinating Mesoamerican culture, which existed from 2000 B.C. to 1697 A.D.. The museum houses paintings, ceramics, jewelry and other artifacts from various periods of Mayan civilization, and visitors can see archaeological evidence of the famous Mayan hieroglyphics. Admission costs approximately $5 per person, including outdoor access. The museum grounds feature a beautiful garden and the ruins of San Miguelito, the remains of a small stepped pyramid.

Tortugas & Delfines Beach

Of course, don’t miss the wonderful free entry beaches while you’re in Cancun. The city’s inhabitants supposedly love Playa Tortugas for a more discreet atmosphere and pristine quality. Another option further away from the crowds: Playa Delfines, which offers free parking, rare in the area, or easy access by bus or private taxi.

Visitors may find the waves in Dolphins a little more stirred than those in Tortugas. For more populated and action-packed beaches, try Playa Las Perlas, Playa Linda and Playa La