Surrounded by spectacular white sands and warm crystalline waters of the Caribbean Sea, Cancun is a destination privileged for its cultural diversity and natural wealth that allows its visitors to enjoy a paradise unique.
Besides being a delight to behold, Cancun has a great infrastructure, aerial connectivity and high level tourist services trained to receive more than three million visitors a year.
The Cancun International Airport is only 15 minutes away from the Kukulkán Boulevard, considered the heart of the hotel zone. It has direct flights to 24 international cities, including Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Washington, Sao Paulo, Paris and Rome.
In recent years, Cancun has positioned itself as one of the leaders in international congresses, has more than 34,000 hotel rooms, 154,000 square meters of events space and more than 30 hotels that specialize in accommodation groups.
The city of Cancun has incredible possibilities to develop all kinds of activities, sports and excursions. It is located in one of the states with the most vestiges of ancient people of the Mayan culture. Currently the state of Quintana Roo has more than 100 archaeological sites with access for visitors and tourists, such as Kohunlich, Coba, Tulum, Dzibanché, El Rey, among others.
In Quintana Roo the natural spaces are characteristic for their biodiversity, near Cancun you can visit a cluster of beautiful natural reserves where you can observe monkeys, crocodiles, flamingos, whale sharks, sea turtles, dolphins and many more creatures in their natural habitat . The cenotes cover an area of 61 km of caves and were considered by the ancient Maya to enter the underworld, diving or snorkeling in a cenote is a much sought after aquatic activity because it is unique. Sian Ka’an, declared a World Heritage Site, recognized as one of the most biodiverse and fascinating places in the world. The great Maya reef, formed 125 thousand years ago. Coral reef with more than 3 thousand km of where live flora and marine fauna in a burst of colors and shapes.
In addition to natural wealth, we also find man-made spaces with a great cultural content, such as the Mayan Museum of Cancun, one of the most important museums in the Mayan civilization, which houses a collection of emblematic pieces from the sites of Palenque , Chichen Itza and Comacalco, thus forming the most significant collection of Mayan culture in the country. The Underwater Museum of Isla Mujeres with over 400 sculptures made from ecological materials, considered the first underwater sculptural park in the world.