Comfort Inn Cancun Aeropuerto
Phone: (52) 998 272-5200
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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.
El Rey Zona Arqueológica is a lovely hidden gem of an archaeological site in the Hotel Zone of Cancun. Here visitors can appreciate the vestiges of one of the most interesting civilizations of North America: the Mayans. These ruins offer a glimpse into the past of Mexico and is one of Cancún's most important archaeological sites. According to archaeologists, El Rey is a former ancient fishing village that contained grand religious and secular structures. The original Mayan name is unknown, however El Rey derives from one of the sculptures found in the village that resembles a monarch-like figure. Tours can often be arranged through the various 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.
Aquaworld Marina in Cancun has the largest marina and dive-shop, offering sightseeing tours along with activities such as diving, fishing, snorkeling and parasailing. They have activities for all ages. Their Jungle Tour offers snorkeling in the crystal clear waters of the second largest reef in the world. Take an Aquaworld SkyRide and glide above the beautiful green waters of Cancun or have an aquatic experience in a Sub See Explorer. The underwater world can be explored by young and old without getting wet. Aquaworld Marina has a fleet of 9 fishing boats for a private cruise or a cruise with small or large groups.
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.
We Go Mexico offers the most exciting tours around Mexico and the Mayan World, visiting natural treasures and culture and discovering hidden places. Lead by a Mexican family, We Go Mexico provides a truly unique adventure!
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!
The Sian Ka’an, which means "where the sky is born" in Mayan, is an unspoiled tropical ecological reserve. Experienced guides teach about this delicate ecosystem which is the largest protected area in the Mexican Caribbean (approximately 1.3 million acres) and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. These are the mangrove forests, dunes, cenotes, lagoons and wetlands that the ancient Mayans used as travel routes thousands of years ago. This is home to over 330 bird species and a host of animal and aquatic life. This small group ecotour includes exploring an ancient Mayan Temple, snorkeling an underground river and a refreshing swim in the clear freshwater lagoon.
Snorkel with the largest fish in the sea. Here is an opportunity to experience an encounter with the whale shark, the rarest and biggest (up to 30 feet long) of all sharks. Although intimidating, they seem to enjoy the attention. As they are only interested in eating plankton and small fish, snorkelers are a bit too big for their tastes. From May through September these friendly creatures migrate to the warm, turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. Snorkeling is a great way to explore the waters of the Yucatan Peninsula and catch sight of the various marine life. Dolphins, mantas, sea turtles and numerous schools of colorful tropical fish are plentiful in these clear, warm waters and coral reefs.
Playa Langosta has calm waters that are great for swimming and snorkeling. Because it's such a safe area to swim, it gets crowded on the weekends. You'll find plenty of restaurants and bars nearby. On days when it's not so crowded, it s a great place to bring a blanket and some food to enjoy while you're staring out at the placid, blue water of the Caribbean.