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White Sand, Turquoise Beaches and Sunshine in Cancun
Over the years, the tropical sunshine of Cancun has been the blissful haven for thousands of tourists looking to spend quality time, whether for rest or recreation, under the Caribbean sun. Often referred to as the Mexican Caribbean, this coastal city is located on the beautiful Yucatan peninsula, and its peak season tends to run from December to April.
Travelling to this beach paradise, one first arrives at the city’s international airport, which is the country’s second busiest airport, boasting three terminals, and it has also been voted as the best airport in Latin America in 2011. From there, one can easily obtain, through prior reservation, our reasonably priced airport transfers.
Tourists from all around the globe have been continually raving about the most famous feature of Cancun: its pure and pristine white beaches, which stretch out for a whopping fourteen miles. Around this area of sand and waves, many activities are openly available for the tourist. Not only can one while the day away by getting that much needed tan under the summer sun, but those adventurous enough can get their feet wet and explore the crystal clear turquoise waters of the beach. Underneath the immaculate blue waters is a wide spectrum of aquatic wildlife along with some of the most beautiful coral life on this side of the world, as a consequence the beaches here are an ideal destination for avid scuba divers and snorkelers.
Depending on the season, another underwater experience on hand is the chance to swim with the dolphins, in view of the fact that this city prides itself on being one of the few places where endangered dolphins are in abundance. And if one still wants to go further off the beaten track, 19 miles off the coast lies Isla Contoy which is a safe haven for 150 different species of sea birds.
Aside from the beaches, one can travel to Xcaret ecopark, located 46 miles south of Cancun. Around here, one not only gets a glimpse of the rich and diverse flora and fauna of the region, but also the region’s history, especially its roots in the Mayan tradition. Included in this ecopark is an archaeological site, a traditional Mayan village, underground rivers to snorkel in, butterfly and orchid gardens, and many more. Now, tourists can experience both the awe-inspiring natural wonders of this area and the rich history that surrounds it, making this place one of the great travel destinations of the world.
Cancun Airport Guide
Cancun has to be one of the most famous tourist destinations in Mexico. With its long white sand beaches and nearby archaeological sites, it lures in millions of tourists yearly. As it is located in the Yucatan Peninsula of Southeastern Mexico, the best way to get to Cancun is by plane. The airport that serves Cancun is the Cancun International Airport. Next to Mexico City International Airport, Cancun Airport is the second busiest airport in the country. According to airport statistics, the airport had over 13 million passengers just in 2011. The airport has three terminals; one for chartered flights, one mostly for domestic airlines, and one purely for international flights.
Cancun Airport is very accessible and has a lot of facilities inside; as to be expected as it is a major international airport. There are plenty of restaurants and coffee shops inside all three terminals. There are also duty free shopping centers where you could by high-end items tax free. There’s even a Hard Rock Café inside the airport. For people who want more comfort during their stay in the airport, there are also pay lounges, as well as spas that you can go to. It’s very easy to get transportation from the airport as there are many rent-a-car stalls inside. You may also avail of hotel transfers. However, make sure to join a transfer group that travels to your actual hotel (or at least near it). Cancun isn’t exactly a small destination.
As mentioned above, Cancun Airport has both domestic and international flights. Domestic flights include those from Mexico City, Monterrey, Veracruz and Cozumel. International flights include those from Los Angeles and Calgary from North America, Buenos Aires, Santiago and Lima from South America, Dusseldorf, London and Moscow from Europe. Carries that fly to Cancun include Delta Air Lines, WestJet, Avianca, Copa Airlines, LAN Airlines and Virgin America. If you’re coming from other destinations, the best way to reach Cancun is to fly first to a major Mexican, North or South American airport and catch a connecting flight to Cancun. Once you get to Cancun International Airport, finding your way will be easy.