Comfort Inn Cancun Aeropuerto
Phone: (52) 998 2725200
Fax: (52) 998 2725201
Carr. Cancun/Aeropouerto 77560 Cancun, Q. Roo, Mexico, Cancun, MX, 77560
- Phone: (52) 998 2725200
- Fax: (52) 998 2725201
Featuring slides, rides, and other water adventures, Wet’n Wild Cancun is a great place to spend the day. This water park has attractions suitable for all ages, ranging from the lazy river, where you can float contentedly under the sun for hours, to the Kamikaze slide, which will make your heart race with excitement. Challenge your friends to a game of Bumper Boats, where you can duke it out in 3 feet (.9 meters) of water.
Feel the engine roar to life as you downshift around that hairpin turn while gripping the wheel of a Lamborghini Murcielago. Sound too good to be true? Well the people at Exotic Rides Cancun can help make it happen. Visit this luxury car driving experience company to get a taste of the fast lane without paying the hefty price tag. Choose to race on their own specially designed track or take the luxury vehicle of your choice out for a spin around the Maya Riviera. This mind blowing experience has been continuously rated at one of the top ten attractions in Cancun.
Zona Arqueológica El Rey is worth a visit and is closely situated in the resort area of Cancún. Here you can appreciate the vestiges of one of the most interesting civilizations of North America: the Mayans. These ruins are a window into the history of Mexico and are Cancún's largest archaeological site. This was an ancient city that had its splendor between the years 1250 and 1521. Tours can be arranged through Cancún hotels and travel agencies. You'll hear an explanation of the structures and their historical significance in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian or Portuguese. You can get here by taxi or local bus.
Imagine your children running free on the sand while they fly a kite at Playa Delfines. This is certainly a moment they will remember forever. On this beach, the terrace area has been especially designed for children to fly kites. The shapes and colors of the kites vary, depending on the imagination of the creator. One of the most beautiful has a falcon shape, although there are still some traditional diamond-shape kites with long, colorful tails searching the skies above. A great amusement for a very low price.
Amid the high rise buildings of Cancun's Hotel Zone, there exists a relic of the city's ancient history. San Miguelito is an archaeological site that opened to the public in November of 2012. The site is home to 40 ancient structures, which the Maya inhabited 800 years ago. Of note is the 26-foot-tall (7.9-meter-tall) pyramid. It's a great place to take photographs, or to meander in the jungle and learn about this ancient culture.
Playa Marlin is a beautiful beach where you can enjoy relaxing in the sand. The waters are blue and beautiful, but the currents are strong, so those who wish to swim should take caution. There are places to rent water recreation equipment nearby, but there are no changing facilities on the beach, so make sure to take that into account when planning an outing here.
Amazing opportunities for interaction with wildlife await you here. Each section offers different things. In the open-air section you can touch sea urchins, stingrays, sea turtles and conchs. Another section has an enormous pool where you can swim with dolphins. Still another area has a huge, covered tank where you can feed the sharks in a safe way, locking yourself in a cage with a diving trainer and equipment.
In the center of Cancún, you'll find this Catholic Church of simple architecture but with a big number of parishioners—who are reunited on Sundays from 7 in the morning until 8pm. The day of any local begins with attending a mass in La Sagrada Familia Church, followed by a trip to the market or to a restaurant. Masses last 30-40 minutes. At this church, it is common to have weddings, baptisms, presentations and thanksgiving masses for girls reaching their 15th birthday. Mass on Monday to Saturday from 8am and 7 pm. Sunday from 10 am and 7 pm.
This centrally located famous church is a popular sight for tourists, as well as locals. The Seventh-day Adventist's accept the Bible as their only creed and hold certain fundamental beliefs according to the teaching of the Holy Scriptures. These beliefs constitute the church's understanding and expression of the teaching of Scripture.
This calm beach is lined with open air cafes, where you can enjoy lunch and a drink in the shade. There are opportunities for bungee jumping, snorkeling, and swimming here, as well as access to the Isla Mujeres ferry. Spend the day relaxing in the sand and enjoying the sight of clear, blue waters in front of you. Vendors walk along the beach selling trinkets and fruit. Dive in!
When Hurricane Wilma hit Cancun in October of 2005, much of the city was ravaged beyond recognition. Parque de las Palapas was no exception, but it has made a strong comeback and is well on its way to regaining its former glory. The palapas (palm trees) may not be as grand as they once were, but the food vendors are out in force. This plaza finds itself filled with locals and tourists alike enjoying the great food variety that is offered by the many food carts. Parque de las Palapas is a fantastic spot to grab a meal and mingle.
Iglesia de Cristo Rey is one of the most centrally located churches, with special architectural features. In addition to admiring the beauty of the construction, this is a good opportunity to witness the faith of the locals during the services. The services held are Roman Catholic and if you are lucky, you will see a typical wedding or a traditional baptism of the people from this part of the Caribbean.