Paddle-boarding in the Caribbean!
Waterfront fine dining!
Yacht to Isla Mujeres from Cancun!
Resting on the northeast corner of the Yucatan Peninsula in the state of Quintana Roo, Cancún was a part of the ancient Mayan civilization and is still considered the gateway to El Mundo Maya (the Mayan World). Cancún was originally known to its Mayan inhabitants as Nizuc (meaning either "promontory" or "point of grass"). In the years after the Spanish Conquest, much of the Mayan population died off or left as a result of disease, warfare, piracy, and famines, leaving only small settlements on Isla Mujeres and Cozumel Island. In 1967, the Mexican government, recognizing the importance of tourism to the country’s economic future, began a detailed search to pinpoint ideal sites for tourism development. Because of its spectacular beauty, Cancún was selected
You will never lack for Cancún activities and Cancún things to do. Join us at Cancún’s pristine white sand beaches, jump in the water to cool off, or hit the waves with one of our body boards. Paddleboarding and kayaking are also fun Cancún activities. You’ll also have ample time to lounge on Cancún’s spectacular soft white sand beach, where you’ll enjoy delicious and healthy snacks and beverages and great conversation with our other guests (and your new friends!). Stroll down Cancún’s Blvd. Kukulcan and sample some of its shopping, from small shops with handmade Mexican wars, to high-end shops like Louis Vuitton. Watch the sunset over Cancún’s Nichupte Lagoon – you may even spot one of its resident crocodiles swimming below!
Cancún is within reach of some spectacular Mayan ruins also. Immerse yourself in the Mayan’s rich history and avoid long lines and massive tour groups in our private VIP tours of Chichén Itzá (one of the 7 wonders of the world with the massive Pyramid of Kukulcan as a centerpiece) and climb up the Coba Ruins.