Summer’s coming and lots of Royal Holiday members are already planning a fabulous vacation in Cancun. While the Mexican Caribbean is still the best option for lots of vacationers, it’s still surprisingly under-explored, even after years of repeat visits.
One of the most welcoming vacation places on Earth, you just may fall in love with the landscapes, beaches, cenotes of crystal clear water and Mayan cultural sites, all over again. With some of the world’s most accessible archaeological sites and outstanding food, you can travel all alone, with friends, on a romantic vacation or with the whole family. Cancun still has more.
These are seven must-see sites for getting more out of your next Cancun vacation.
For the big adventure, Xel-Ha never quits. The world’s biggest natural aquarium and one of Cancun’s biggest attraction, it’s the ideal place for snorkeling, swimming and the area’s best loved zip lines over the water.
Tulum is a major Mayan city built right on Quintana Roo’s stunning natural coast. While the Caribbean Sea is never far away, it’s also a spectacular place to visit major archaeological ruins, while taking some sun and some of the world’s most beautiful sea.
The Ik-kil Cenote
A spectacular cenote, 26 meters deep, on the way to Chichén Itzá, it’s the center piece of a surprising and beautiful park area. Exotic plants make the perfect natural habitat for a wide variety of wild birds. One of the area’s most popular inland attractions, it’s unforgettable and a beautiful drive from the Cancun hotels district.
Always spectacular, Chichén Itzá is the highlight of any visit to the Cancun area. For the pyramids, and one of the region’s most iconic archaeological sites, Chichén Itzá is a must-visit. And it’s one that will be remembered for years to come.
Isla Contoy, Isla Mujeres, Holbox & Puerto Morelos
It’s the Caribbean after all. And the beaches on Holbox, Isla Contoy, Isla Mujeres and Puerto Morelos are some of the very best. They’re easy to get to and worth a little extra travel.
MUSA SubAquatic Museum
With more than 500 permanently submerged sculptures, it’s one of the world’s most incredible underwater museums anywhere in the world. With onsite diving and snorkeling tours, it’s one of the area’s most mystifying and enchanting places to visit.
For nightlife, there’s still no better spot than world-famous CocoBongo. Spectacular shows take place just about every night and the music ranges from rock to batucada, mambo and rumba. Drink specials make it affordable and everyone leaves with a big smile. Cancun’s Coco Bongo may never go out of style.
When do you want to come back? Your Royal Holiday Membership gives you your choice among the finest places to begin another adventure; from the Park Royal Cancún or the Grand Park Royal Cancún Caribe.
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