Cancun Vacation Packages
Enjoy 14 miles of pristine white beaches and perfect margaritas.
Set on the northeast corner of the Yucatan Peninsula, you’ll find the resort town that transformed Mexico into a sultry and sensational Caribbean destination.
This vacation hot spot began as a picturesque little fishing village. The good news is the rustic charm and warm hospitality of those days can still be found in Cancun. Only today, it’s enjoyed with a modern infrastructure that accommodates more than 3.3 million visitors every year.
What will you find in Cancun?
- Perfect, year-round weather
- Unspoiled beaches and tropical beauty
- First-world conveniences and infrastructure
- Friendly hospitality
- Fabulous oceanfront all-inclusive resorts
- Caribbean cruises
- Tried-and-true family hotel brands, like Barceló & RIU
- Ultra-luxurious resorts, such as Palace Resorts, Paradisus and many others
What can you do in Cancun?
- Lounge on soft, white sands
- Tee it up on world-class golf courses
- Snorkel and dive some of the world’s finest coral reefs
- Indulge in world-renowned spas
- Set out on an offshore fishing charter
- Enjoy great shopping
- Go on a tropical jungle eco-adventure
- Explore ancient Mayan ruins
- And much more!
Gateway to the Mayan World
Cancun was once part of the great Mayan empire, and it’s still the launching point for excursions to the mysterious ruins of this ancient and advanced civilization. A tour to the sacred pyramids and temples of Chichén Itza, once the capital of ancient Maya, is certainly a must. This lost city is one of the New Seven Wonders of the World and presents a fascinating glimpse into Mexico’s proud past.
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Temperatures range from 62ºF (16ºC) to 92ºF (33ºC).
Eastern Standard Time, EST, in Cancun; Central Standard Time, CST, in Puerto Vallarta.
Spanish is the official language of Mexico. However, many locals are fluent in English.
Mexican Peso (MXP) and US Dollars (USD) Denominations of $10 USD or less are more convenient.
110 volts. Most hotels offer converters for 220-volt devices. Many sockets will not accept polarized or three-prong plugs; packing an adapter is recommended.
Always check your bill before tipping, as a gratuity is often included. The average restaurant tip is 10-15%. Tip baggage handlers a few dollars per suitcase.
The hotel zone and city tourist destinations are relatively safe. Be sure to monitor inspections of your luggage at the airport. Still, we recommend exercising caution when traveling off of resort property.
Wi-Fi is available at many hotels and there are numerous hotspots for all your electronic devices. If you wish to use your personal cell phone in Mexico, contact your provider before departing. The cheapest way to call home is with a prepaid card; direct calls from a hotel room are costly.
Smoking indoors, including in hotel rooms, is prohibited. Smoking in open-air restaurants is sometimes tolerated.
Visitors from the US do not need a passport to enter Mexico. You may use a birth certificate, voter registration card, citizenship card, or certificate of naturalization. A valid-official photo identification (i.e. driver’s license or identification Issued by a state or official agency) is also required.
Canadian citizens, including those with dual nationality, will be required to present a valid passport in order to enter Mexico.
Cancun Aeropuerto Internacional (CUN); Ordaz Airport (PVR)
Car rental is available at the airports. Parking is scarce in Puerto Vallarta. Roads outside the city are often unpaved.
Buses are the easiest and cheapest way to get around. A bus leaves every hour from Cancun Airport to downtown. From the downtown Cancun Bus Terminal, you’ll find regular service to all parts of Mexico.
Taxi service is also available. However, make sure you check the fare before you get in the cab. A list of common fares can usually be found in hotel lobbies. If not, ask the hotel concierge.