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Cancun Boat Trips And Water Experiences

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Make a huge splash with the whole family during your Mexico vacation with Cancun Boat Trips and Water Experiences! Cancun enjoys worldwide fame for its pristine beaches, clear-blue waters, and adventure sports! And, during your Cancun sightseeing trip, you can take advantage of everything this tropical paradise has to offer. From tubing to parasailing, Cancun delivers the full array of water sports, as well as some inland adventures. Indeed, many travelers on a Cancun vacation head inland to take a refreshing dip! That’s because Cancun is home to a large number of sacred cenotes, or sinkholes filled with crystal-clear water. So, why not take a Chichén Itzá and Cenote Day Trip? It allows you to check out the #1 Cancun attraction and cool off with a swim inside a sacred cenote. It’s one of the best things to do in Cancun if you’re fascinated by the ancient civilizations that once ruled over the jungle Yucatán Peninsula!

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  • Our tips for Boat Trips and Water Experiences Our tips for Boat Trips and Water Experiences
    • A Lobster Bake. There’s always that one person that forgets sunscreen and burns. Bring plenty of sunblock so your skin doesn’t peel for the remainder of your Cancun trip.
    • Take a dip. Most of the cenotes contain surprisingly clean water. If you have the opportunity, take a swim and enjoy your leisure time like the Mayans did centuries ago.
    • Decisive action! Cancun Boat Trips and Water Experiences can sell out weeks in advance. Make sure you book online as early as possible to avoid disappointment during your Cancun tour!
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    Best Time To Visit

    Most people who have spent an entire year on the Yucatán Peninsula will tell you that the best time to visit Cancun is anytime. And, they’re absolutely correct. Cancun’s weather stays almost perfect in every season. However, for the truly best climate, you should book your Cancun trip for December through April. You’ll encounter warm, sunny days and cool, comfortable nights. Also, during this time of the year, you shouldn’t experience much in the way of rain or humidity. The wet season does have its drawbacks, but you can take advantage of lower airfares and hotel rates. Plus, Cancun is at its greenest during the wet season. Animal-lovers and scuba divers should consider booking a Cancun vacation for May. That’s when the whale sharks are hanging out off shore and the sea turtles are nesting. Lastly, one thing to keep in mind when planning a Cancun vacation is that the beaches draw college students and recent high school grads for Spring Break. So, add in a little alcohol and things can sometimes become a little unruly. Schedule your Cancun Boat Trips and Water Experiences accordingly!

    Getting There

    As an exotic, remote, vacation destination, Cancun offers only a few transportation options. So, getting around Cancun can be tricky at times. Simply put, you’re going to have to use the taxis and the private or public busses. If you’ve booked a room at a resort or hotel, then see if they offer free, private shuttles. Most accommodations at least pick you up and drop you off at the airport. However, depending on where you stay, you can also take advantage of a complimentary ride to the top Cancun attractions. If those aren’t available to you, then you’ll find that the public busses are a backpacker’s best friend. They’re routes are extensive enough to get you where you want to go and the fares are so cheap that it basically seems like a free ride. A one-way ride anywhere around town will cost less than a dollar. Although taxis represent the most expensive way to reach the starting point for your Cancun boast trip, they’re still quite affordable. But, do try to get a sense of taxi rates before your Cancun tour so that you don’t get “taken for a ride”.

    Money Saving Tips

    Money’s tight? That’s O.K.! You can save some cash by combining a couple of different Cancun attractions into a single tour during the Chichen Itza and Cenote Day Trip!

    Did you know?

    Fun Facts – Amaze your friends with this Cancun Boat Trips and Water Experiences trivia!

    • In 2019, Mexico’s first “sargacero” arrived in Cancun. It’s a navy ship that’s specially designed to collect sargassum, an invasive seaweed, so tourists can enjoy clear water.   
    • The Caribbean Sea is home to the second largest barrier reef in the world: The Mesoamerican Barrier Reef!
    • When it was dredged, the Sacred Cenote near Chichen Itza was found to contain, gold artifacts, jade jewelry, and human remains with injuries that indicate human sacrifice.
    • The reason that human sacrifices were thrown down into the cenotes is that the Mayans believed that some of the cenotes led to the underworld.

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