Considering Cancun is only 40 years old, this Caribbean paradise has had a huge popularity surge. Its white sand beaches and clear blue ocean draw four million visitors each year with an average of 190 flights a day.
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Cancun and Cancun Great Vacations will join 92 countries in a pledge to turn off our lights on March 27 at 8:30PM local time in support of Earth Hour 2010 to help bring awareness to climate change.
If you haven’t taken a vacation yet to Cancun or the Riviera Maya in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, you’re in for a few fun and fascinating surprises. Surrounded by soft, white sand beaches, the breathtaking turquoise-blue Caribbean Sea, a sparkling lagoon bordered by mangroves, and lush green rainforests with colorful tropical plants and flowers, this travel destination will inspire you.
Once the Salsa music begins, it’s hard to stay in your seat. The rhythmic beat gets your toes tapping, and before you know it, you’re on the dance floor. Even though it looks complicated, it’s only a few simple steps. Salsa dancing is tons of fun and great exercise too!
Although today (Nov, 2nd) we officially celebrate in Mexico The Day of the Dead, one of our most colorful and beloved traditions, since last Friday, October 30th the eco park Xcaret is presenting the Festival de Tradiciones Vida y Muerte 2009. A celebration full of culture, tradition, music, food and live performances.
If you want to get a sensational Mexico tan on your Cancun vacation, follow these tips to get the best tan of your life! Skin Type Before you head to the beaches in Cancun and the Mexico Caribbean, consider your skin type and heritage. People with lighter skin, freckles; red, blonde, or light brown hair;… Read more »
As part of celebrations marking the Day of the Dead in Mexico, Xcaret Park has prepared a program full of traditions with the flavor, color and feeling of the south, with delightful cuisine and altars of the Maya zone of Quintana Roo, featuring the music of Mrs.