Best Time To Visit Cancún

The peak travel months to Cancún are during the months of January, July, August.

Cancún is known for its beaches, numerous resorts and nightlife. It’s composed of 2 distinct areas, El Centro and Zona Hotelera. Cancun is a famed destination for students during universities’ spring break period.

The main commercial street of the Zona Hotelera, Boulevard Kukulcán, is also the site of El Rey, ancient Mayan ruins, and the sleek Museo Maya de Cancún. Besides swimming, popular water activities include snorkeling and diving along the Mesoamerican Reef, or in one of the region’s many sinkholes called cenotes. Sailing and jet-skiing are common in the calm Nichupté Lagoon. Making frequent voyages offshore are deep-sea fishing charters and ferries to nearby Isla Mujeres island. South of the city are Xcaret a Mayan-themed eco park and the Xel-Há water park.

Food of Mexico


A traditional Mexican sweet bread roll. Conchas get their name from their round shape and their striped, seashell-like appearance.



A traditional type of flour used to make tamales, tortillas, and many other Mexican favorites. Masa harina means “dough flour"…


Tortilla soup

Sopa de tortilla

Sopa de tortilla served at a small restaurant in Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico


Cochinita pibil

A traditional Mexican slow-roasted pork dish from the Yucatán Peninsula.

Bionico with strawberries

A fruit salad consisting of a variety of fruits chopped up into small cubes, drenched with crema and topped off…


Fried mojarra fish

Fried mojarra fish served with nopales beans etc served at a restaurant in Janitizio Island, Michocan


Cemita sandwich

A torta originally from Puebla, Mexico.


Map of Cancún