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Essential Tips and Tricks for a Stress-Free Getaway in Cancun

Essential Tips and Tricks for a Stress-Free Getaway in Cancun

Have you been thinking about a sunny holiday throughout the winter? How about an easily accessible destination, with guaranteed sunshine and clear waters? On top of that, add some history and amazing food. Enough clues? Here is a getaway in Cancun, your next dream vacation.

Let me answer all your questions about your getaway in Cancun.

Why visit Cancun, Mexico?

I can think of a few reasons, so take your peak: enjoy the white sandy beaches and the clear, warm water, explore the Mayan heritage of the area, hit the nightclubs and bars, or simply lounge under your umbrella and recharge your batteries.

Where is Cancun?

Cancun is a long stretch of sand along the Caribbean on the northeastern side of the Yucatan Peninsula in the south of Mexico. It’s divided between Cancun City and the resort area, known as Zona Hotelera in Spanish, a large area completely dedicated to tourist services. 

How to get to Cancun, Mexico?

The international airport is well-connected to most major airports in the US and Canada. You can also fly directly from a few airports in Europe, like Madrid or Amsterdam.

If you’re already in Mexico, you can take the 180 highway to Cancun. Beware though: it’s a long drive from virtually wherever you are coming from (it’s 1600 km away from Mexico City, for instance). A car might be very convenient to explore the Yucatan Peninsula once you get there, but the drive across the country might be exhausting. 

When to visit Cancun?

The weather in Cancun is warm year-round, with the hottest time in May (an average maximum of 33 C) and the coolest in January (with an average maximum of 27 C). 

December to March is the most sought-after season in Cancun, as the weather is pleasant, with little to no rain, and many tourists are coming to enjoy the sun and escape winter at home. That being said, the water is relatively cold during this season, and the prices are higher during the peak season.

April to June are less crowded, with a few exceptions during the spring break and the week before Easter. The chance of rain increases, but that can be just a short shower and higher humidity.

July to October are hot, and the chances of rain are higher than the rest of the year. The sea is warm, so you can enjoy your time in the ocean if you don’t mind the seaweed that appears at this time. This is also the hurricane season, with its peak between September and October. Though hurricanes rarely hit the Yucatan,…

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