Guided tours in Cancún

296 excursions and activities in Cancún are offered at reasonable prices and may be booked online.

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Can Cancún really be seen in a single day?

Whether you are traveling to Cancun for a week or a month, there are plenty of things to see and do while in this beautiful resort city. Located on the Yucatan Peninsula, it is bordered by the Caribbean Sea and offers beautiful beaches and a variety of resorts.

Chichen Itza

Located in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, Chichen Itza is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is an ancient Mayan city with ruins dating back 1,500 years.

Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza is one of the largest pre-Columbian Mayan cities. It was the main political and economic center of the Yucatan by the 980s. The site is filled with important monuments and ensembles. It is also home to the famous Kukulcan pyramid.

There are many different tours to choose from to make your visit to Chichen Itza a memorable experience. There are even day tours from Cancun that will take you through the main buildings of the archaeological city in just four to six hours.

There are two ticket booths at the entrance of the site. For people with limited time, it is a good idea to buy tickets in advance. You will then be able to skip the long lines.

You will pay an entrance fee of 232 Mexican pesos. This is equivalent to US$26 for an adult. You will also pay taxes to the state. If you are not a citizen, you will need to pay 533 Mexican pesos. These include a fee for the custodians of the site.

You can purchase a guide for your visit to Chichen Itza. The cost is about 1000 Mexican pesos for a group of 10 or more. This includes a light and sound show that tells the story of the Mayan Empire.

Mercado 28

Mercado 28 is a vibrant market located in the center of Cancun. The market is a large circular building with more than one hundred stalls selling a wide variety of Mexican goods.

The main items sought by visitors are gifts and souvenirs. These items can range from jewelry to ceramics to tequila. There are also a number of other items that are available at Mercado 28.

Mercado 28 is located approximately twenty minutes from the Villa del Palmar Cancun Hotel. It is a good place to shop for local crafts, handmade clothing and ceramics.

Mercado 28 has a fun food court. There are also a number of restaurants nearby. The area is also home to Las Palapas City Park.

Mercado 28 is also a great place to shop for tequila. The shelves are stuffed with boots, leather purses and t-shirts. The best part about Mercado 28 is that the prices are reasonable. Whether you're looking for a t-shirt, a necklace, or a hand-painted toy, you can find it here.

Mercado 28 is a good choice if you are looking to purchase a traditional Yucatan dress. It's also a good spot to pick up guayaberas, men's dress shirts.

If you are looking for a unique gift, there are also many specialty stores in the Market 28 area. There are several shops that sell hand-painted toys. The Market 28 also has a number of good restaurants.

Delphinus Punta Cancun

Located within the Hyatt Ziva hotel in the heart of the Hotel Zone, Delphinus Punta Cancun offers a myriad of programs, experiences and opportunities to get up close and personal with these marine mammals. For example, there is a surprisingly large number of swim with dolphins programs to choose from. Whether you're a fan of swimming in the dark or simply looking for a unique and rewarding way to spend your time, you will find something to suit your fancy. In fact, the company has been at it since 2013, with seven habitats to choose from.

The Delphinus Punta Cancun might just be the best place to take your family for an afternoon of fun and frolic in the sun. Not only does the company offer dolphin encounters, it also provides an array of perks and amenities that will keep you and your loved ones well-fed, pampered and entertained. In fact, there's no need to leave the resort, as you can have access to their spa and fitness center, as well as three infinity pools.

The best thing about this hotel is that it's only a hop, skip and a jump away from the best of the beaches in the Riviera Maya. In short, it's the ideal resort for those who want to relax on the beach but want to be a short distance from the action in the Hotel Zone.

Downtown Cancun

Located in the heart of the Mexican city of Cancun, Downtown Cancun is an ideal place to explore the culture and history of the city. Here, visitors can enjoy street art, delicious Mexican food and lively local markets. It's the perfect place to experience a new side of the city, away from the hustle and bustle of the beaches.

The best way to get around the town is by foot. You can walk the streets of the bustling El Centro or take a mini bus, Colectivo, to see the sights of the city. You can also rent a bike, which is a less expensive option.

In the center of downtown is the Parque de las Palapas. This is a central gathering place that's popular for performances, children's activities, and family gatherings. The park also features many markets and food carts. There are also a few bars and restaurants.

The Avenida Tulum is the main boulevard in downtown Cancun. It's lined with shops and galleries, and has a wide pedestrian path. It's also the home of the Cancun sign. This is a great place to explore the street art and murals. It's also a good place to go for lunch or dinner.

Another interesting attraction in Downtown Cancun is the Mercado 28. It's a popular flea market that has grown in popularity over the years. It's a large open-air market that sells a variety of local goods. In addition to souvenir stands, there are also several small restaurants and jewelry shops.

Horseback riding

Getting out into the jungle on horseback is a great way to get a taste of Cancun's outdoors. Cancun has a number of horseback riding excursions that take visitors through the mangroves and jungle of the Yucatan Peninsula.

These excursions are suitable for people of all skill levels. During your ride, you will be led by a trained guide who will explain the flora and fauna of the region.

The tour includes snacks and water. However, guests should bring a towel to dry off after the ride.

Horseback tours in Cancun are available any time of the year. If you would like to see the area's Mayan ruins, you can book a two-day trip that includes transfers to Tulum and Coba.

For more advanced riders, there are a number of horseback riding clinics to choose from. These clinics range in price, depending on the length of the session. They are offered in both Spanish and French, and are customized to meet individual needs. The Hacienda Andalucia clinics are also offered in Italian.

Horseback riding in Cancun is a fun and relaxing way to explore the jungle. You will be led through the jungle by an experienced guide who will show you how to maneuver the horse. Then, you will be taken to a cenote to swim.

In addition to horseback riding, Cancun offers a variety of off-road activities, including zip lining and ATV rides. The ATV ride is especially exciting as you travel through the jungle on an all-terrain vehicle.

Dolphin Discovery Isla Mujeres

Located on Isla Mujeres, the Dolphin Discovery is one of the most popular attractions in the area. The company offers an interactive program with dolphins in a variety of unique habitats.

The company incorporates social and environmental considerations in all aspects of their operations. The facility is also home to manatees and sea lions. Aside from swimming with the animals, the tour includes a beach club with a buffet lunch. The facility is surrounded by turquoise crystalline water.

The Dolphin Discovery is located on the southern part of Isla Mujeres. Aside from swimming with dolphins, guests can also enjoy snorkeling, a bike tour, and a downtown tour. The tour is very expensive. Children aged eight and older must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times.

The Dolphin Discovery is located in Isla Mujeres, in the Mexican Caribbean. It is 13 km from Cancun. It is open daily, Monday through Sunday. It also offers a VIP room. The tour is very expensive and the waiting period is long. It is a good idea to book a hotel near the Dolphin Discovery.

The Dolphin Encounter program includes a 40-minute swim with the dolphins, a belly ride, and hand targeting. The experience lasts for three to five hours. The dolphins perform tricks and games that the guests can watch. This is a fun way to spend time with the dolphins.

Day trips from Cancún

Whether you're looking for an adventure or a relaxing day trip, there are plenty of options available from Cancun. Some of the most popular activities include snorkeling, scuba diving and sailing trips. The best time to go is during the off-season. This is when the weather is not as humid and the rates are cheaper.


One of the most popular day trips from Cancun is to visit the Xcaret Archaeological Park. This theme park features 200 acres of land, and includes a variety of attractions. It's especially popular with families. It offers cultural events and traditional Mexican food.

A visit to Chankanaab National Park is another popular option. This park features beaches, a botanical garden and an aquarium. The park is also home to a large population of iguanas.

There are many day trips from Cancun that allow you to explore the natural beauty of Mexico. The Sian Ka'an Biosphere is a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the Yucatan Peninsula. The area contains mangroves, marshes and tropical forests. It's also home to a large marine section separated by a barrier reef.

In addition to a variety of marine life, there are several cenotes in the area. The Ruta de Los Cenotes is a 20-kilometer long road that passes through small Mayan communities. These cenotes are formed when limestone caves are eroded by groundwater.

Another option for a day trip from Cancun is to visit the ruins of Coba. These ancient structures are located halfway between Merida and the Mayan Riviera. They were built around AD 600 to 900.

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