Cancun is a city in Mexico which sits on the Yucatan Peninsula. It boarders the Caribbean Sea and as is obvious, people tour it for its beaches, bustling nightlife and to view the ZonaHotelera.
Cancun’s peak tourism season begins in Decembers and fades away in April. The city records heavy tourist traffic in the period beginning March to April (spring). There is a noted trend of students who regard the city as their favorite coming to vacation here in spring when college breaks.
The off season begins in May and ends in November at the onset of the winter season. People continue touring although not as many as those who arrive in winter. If you are looking to save money, there are several hotel and flight discounts you can take advantage of. Temperature differences between the seasons are merger. However, it rains a lot in the low season and not to forget that the city’s location puts it at risk of hurricanes.
Cancun is an ideal destination for people with an insatiable appetite for adrenaline rushes. Apart from the beaches, tour the Cancun Underwater Museum, Xel-Ha Park and the Belize Barrier Reef. For casual site-seeing, consider visiting Chichen Itza (The Mayan Ruins), Sistema Dos Ojos, Coba and IkKil.
Cancun subscribes to the tropical climate. The temperature differences between seasons are merger although there are distinct dry and wet periods. It rains most in the months between May and September and starts transitioning into dryness when autumn sets in.
If you are currently planning a trip to Cancun, be sure to visit its beaches and historical sites like The Mayan Ruins. You will also like the high-rise hotels at Hotel Zone strip.