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  • 5.0 Cancun was amazing

    To be in front of one of the modern world 7 wonders was an inexplicable experience. The atmosphere, the story and the Mexican people was wonderful. I'll be back!

    Manny   |   May 31, 2022

  • 5.0 Cancun

    It was ok, weather was very nice, nice people as well

    Francis   |   Feb 21, 2022

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Facts About Flying to Cancun, Mexico

  • 52% of Cancun travelers were over the age of 35.
  • 12% of Cancun travelers were over the age of 60.
  • 10% of Cancun travelers booked First or Business Class.
  • 10% of travelers traveled to Cancun with kids under 14.
  • 31% of Cancun travelers were millennials.
  • 50% of Cancun travelers were female.
  • Travelers spent an average of 3 days in Cancun.
  • January was the month with most bookings for Cancun.
  • April was month with the least bookings for Cancun.
§ All of the above-mentioned facts are derived from the data of the last 3 months while the highest and lowest booking months are picked on the basis of last 12 months.

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How to get cheap flights to Cancun?

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What to explore in Cancun?

Cancun, situated on the northeast coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, is a bustling coastal city in Quintana Roo. It is a resort beach town spread across a 21 kilometers L-shaped island. With its sandy beaches, pleasant climate, and coral banks, this modern metropolis is among the most popular beach destinations in Mexico. Warm white powdery beaches, intact history, and top-class sophisticated lifestyle makes Cancun one of its kind. Swim with the dolphins at the Interactive Aquarium, play with the turquoise blue water and talcum soft sand at any of the beaches, and dig into history at the Mayan Ruins. Golf lovers can enjoy a great game at any of the two golf courses: The Moon Spa Hotel and Club and the Riviera Cancun Golf and Spa. From great restaurants to water sports to historical sites, Cancun has it all. Plan a trip to Mexico and come back pampered with Mexican Hospitality.

What are the top tourist attractions in Cancun?
  • Cancun Underwater Museum
  • Isla Contoy
  • Xcaret Park
  • Ventura Park Cancun
  • El Meco Archaeological Site
  • Riviera Maya

What is the best time to visit Cancun?

The best time to take Cancun flights is during the months of December to April. The weather this time is perfect, you might also get a good deal on flights, and chances are high that you might also get cheap flights to Cancun. Avoid Cancun during the Spring Break as the beaches are crowded with thousands of youngsters, nightclubs are full of teenagers, and room rates are drastically high. If visiting at peak time, book plane tickets well in advance to get Cancun flight deals.

What are the popular festivals and events in Cancun?
  • Day of the Kings (January)
  • Constitution Day (February)
  • Carnaval (February/March)
  • Inception Music Festival (March)
  • Mayan New Year (July)
  • Mexican Independence Day (September)
  • Cancun International Film Festival (November)
  • Day of the Dead (November)
  • Mexican Revolution Day (November)
  • Posadas (December)

Which are the major airports in Cancun?

Operating as a hub for Aeromexico, Cancun International Airport is the major airport serving Cancun. Serving as one of the busiest airport in the Caribbean, CUN offers excellent passenger services including Car Rental, Hotel Transfers, VIP Lounges, shopping options and much more. Be flexible in your travel dates and chances are that you might get cheapest flights to Cancun.

Which airlines offer flights to Cancun?
  • American Airlines
  • Frontier Airlines
  • United Airlines
  • Aeromexico
  • Frontier Airlines

How Long are Flights to Cancun?

The length of your flights to Cancun depends on the United States city that you’ll be traveling from. For example, if you book plane tickets to Cancun from Newark Airport, your flight will be around 3 to 4 hours with no stopovers. If you fly from Los Angeles, your trip will be around 5 hours direct. But if you have plane tickets from Florida to Cancun, it will only take you about an hour-and-a-half direct! If you do choose to take a connecting flight, this can add a few hours to your trip but may cost a bit less. For example, if you leave from Chicago, you can take cheap connecting flights that will last about 5 to 6 hours or nonstop flights that will take around 3 to 4 hours.

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Visit Cancun, Mexico

People visit Cancun for a variety of reasons, but mostly: to get away. And whether you’re looking for a sun-soaked beach for your kids to play on or a booze-fueled poolside party to spend your spring break, Cancun has all that and much more. The destination has more than a hundred hotels to choose from; you can decide if you want an all-inclusive package in the Hotel Zone where your every need is met on the premises, or stay in the center of town and have access to local hole-in-the-wall eateries. If white-sand beaches aren’t enough to hold your attention, you can always journey to the ruins of Chichen Itza, take a swim in an underground cenote or splash around in one of the many waterparks.

Museo Maya de Cancun

Lest you forget that Cancun has hosted civilizations far older than the tourist crowd, Museo Maya de Cancun has a fabulous and important collection of archeological artifacts. Open since 2012, this relatively new museum is dedicated to Mayan history and also features an outdoor garden as well as a number of Mayan ruins.

Dolphin Discovery

Dolphins are elegant and enchanting creatures, and the opportunity to swim with one is both rare and hard to pass up. These animals are trained to play with visitors, and different tiers of packages get your different experiences, but all include a delightful handshake, kiss, hug and swim time with a dolphin.

El Rey Ruins

If you don’t have the time to trek to Chichen Itza, the El Rey Ruins are a fine replacement for the famed ruins. These ancient Mayan structures are easily accessible, located in Hotel Zone and known for their impressive iguana population. El Rey’s smaller size means that visitors can leisurely stroll the grounds without a guide.


Almost anyplace you go in Mexico will have tacos leagues better than what you’ll find at your local Taco Bell. Here in Cancun, tacos are served on soft corn tortillas, wrapped around slow-roasted meat or flaky white fish that melts in your mouth, topped with fresh salsa or pico de gallo — an irresistible combination!


No ocean-side vacation is complete without a spread of seafood. Start with ceviche — El Fish Fritanga has three different kinds — available at many restaurants in Cancun. For succulent lobster and crab while overlooking a lagoon, try Lorenzillo’s. And if you really want to eat like the locals, trek out to Va q’Va for its family-sized portions.


Cancun has quite a number of steakhouses, each a celebration of eating beef. Get your fill of Argentinean-style meat at Puerto Madero, which also features an alluring wine list, or nosh on Brazilian-style steak at Bovino’s Churrascaria. You’ll also find fantastic cuts at Lima 1205, a Peruvian steakhouse with great Pisco Sours.

Coco Bongo

Undoubtedly the most famous hotspot in Cancun for nightlife, Coco Bongo is a must-visit for those looking for a good time. With a cover fee that includes unlimited drinks all night, plus acrobatic performances and three floors of drinking and dancing, you’re bound to have a fun and memorable time.

Ritz Carlton Lobby Lounge

For a relaxing evening, head to the Ritz Carlton, an intimate lounge with luxe, overstuffed couches where you can sip your drink in comfortable ambience. Tequila tastings are served daily, and fresh-rolled cigars are available certain days of the week; if you’re lucky, you can also catch a live jazz band.

Palazzo Cancun

This upscale and recently renovated nightclub advertises a VIP experience, and you’ll most certainly get one if you and your friends settle in at a table. The music is pumping, the drinks keep coming and the dance floor is abuzz with revelers enjoying the posh and lively atmosphere.