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The reason for going to Cancun
Cancun attracts more visitors than any region in Mexico. More than three million people visit every year for great climate and amenities
In the 1960s, the Mexican government saw the prospect of mothers of all resort areas on the shores of the Yucatan Peninsula. Now Cancun is synonymous with Spring Break, but it's more than just a party town. The main beach in Cancun is truly a number-barrier island magnum running along the east side of this magnificent beach with shops, restaurants, malls, clubs and huge Maya-inspired hotels.
For a quiet holiday try the Mexican Riviera, which extends south of Cancun into more traditional archeological, historical, historical and natural areas such as Isla Mujeres, Chichen Itza Maya ruins and Kozumel Island.
Almost all types of water sports are available in Cancun, parasailing, water skiing, scuba diving and snorkeling. Or make like Ernest Hemingway and go sports fishing in the Caribbean for outdoor fish, marlin, durado, wahoo, grouper and blue fin tuna.
The average temperature in Cancun is 80 ° F with more than 240 days of sunshine. Precipitation is rare, rainy from late November to late August.
Cancun Peak Season:
The best time to visit Cancun is from December to April.
Last April and May The best time to tighten a bar is when temperatures are in the upper 80s and Cancun gains moisture, but winds from the Caribbean should make it manageable.
Cancun Season Off:
Cancun is warm and humid between June and November, when the fall hurricane season is over.
Found in the vicinity of Cancun
It's easy to get to Cancun, and if you don't want to rent a car, you can drive around the city with a taxi. Prices are priced according to the zone, but be careful that the locals pay almost half of what the tourists pay, and the prices for the guests at the more expensive hotels are twice the budget hotel guests. Taxis can be rented for $ 20 per hour to visit the city and hotel zones.
Bus travel is popular in Cancun. Routes 1 and 2 City Buses travel frequently along the Avinida Tulum (main road) from the mainland to the beaches and all the way to Punta Nijuk at the far end of the Hotel Zone in Isla Cancun. Ruta 8 buses go to Isla Mujeres to return to Puerto Juarez / Punta Sam. They stop on the east side of the Avinda Tulum. City buses operate daily from 6am to 10pm. Beware of private buses on the same route; They charge more than the public – about 6 pesos (60।). An alternative is to rent moped from about $ 30 a day. Don't forget your crash helmet.
US dollars Accepted everywhere in the main hotel zone of Cancun but exchange rates vary widely. Also, as you start moving to Mexico, the use of dollars becomes more difficult. Exchange your currency for a local tender and pay for all the pesos.
In Cancun you will find many familiar shops, restaurants and services, and you do not have to be unusually anxious for summer sickness. But be careful about food and water outside of Cancun. Read about avoiding Revenge of Montezuma.
Be prepared to haggle, but first compare some prices. If you are not sure if the item is exclusive to a particular seller, shop around and find the seller with the best initial quote and then haggle.
The biggest event Traveling bliss, Held in February just before Lent. The Inmaculada Conception was held in Isma Mujeres in December, in keeping with the strong religious tradition of Mexico. For lovers of physical exercise, Cancun's international marathon took place just before the crowds of Christmas travelers.
Here are a few things to know for their next vacation in Cancun.
Taxi in Cancun
Cancun suburban taxi prices vary, but even if the average fare is 15 pesos, they will try to charge tourists more (about 20 pesos). Taxis from downtown Cancun to hotel zones are at least 50 pesos. Wherever you can get a taxi cab in Cancun, depending on the zone, the price is the most expensive to come to or from the hotel zone, we suggest you arrange the price with the driver first. In most hotels you can find a sign with the current prices for local taxis in the lobby area or by Bell Boy. The figure on the right shows the average size of taxis, all of which are white and green, with a number of must. Ability: No 4 luggage or 3 local taxis with luggage are allowed to transport passengers from the airport, they can only take you there for your departure. From the airport to your hotel you can use any transportation line located at the two terminals, but be aware of unauthorized people working at the airport, they are usually called pirates and you can end up paying far more than the regular rate. We recommend pre-booking your airport transportation service, making it more convenient, safer and easier.
Live in Cancun $ 7 per person / 1 way (no American coins) doesn't cost you get a ticket but it's for their control. There are 4 buses R-1, R-2, R-15 and R-27. If you are traveling in a hotel zone, the bus you are taking does not really matter (the Wheaton Wild exception is the Hotel Zone but only half). The bus goes there so ask before leaving). R-2 and R-15 Visit Walmart and Mercado 28 R R-1 Ask You! Well, it goes almost everywhere now. The window to the right of the front of the bus should read where it is listed where it ends. R-1's will visit Puerto Juarez, Walmart, Plaza 2000, Mercado 23, bus stations and places I've ever been. And turn left onto 27 Tumor Ave and visit Plaza Las Americas (locals mall).
Cancun bus tips
A) The last man standing can not win at all. That means you'll be flying soon. If you're the last person to pay a driver, he'll go 787 miles per hour before wondering where you want to sit.
B) Telling the bus driver where to get off is a good start but will not always be effective. Most people cannot speak English well enough to understand you. Before leaving, give an idea of where you are headed. Look for the sign.
C) If you don't ask them, they won't stop you. Do not assume that they will stop at all stops.
D) You need to wave a part of your body to flag the bus below.
E) Cheap tours in Cancun so enjoy it.
F) Whenever possible, get up in front and back door.
G) Don't bring drinks on the bus because they will probably end up with someone else.
F) No one is moving for you when you get off, so if the bus is packed, put your head down and push.
Exchange of money
All stores, restaurants will be taking US dollars and travelers' checks. The odds are, however, that the exchange will be for them. It is best to exchange your money at the bank (best options), places of exchange (Casa de Cambio) or at the hotel (determine the best that does not give you a good rate for most). No one accepts US currency, bills are tampered with, written down, taped or withheld back together. See Money Exchange Tips
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Do not drink water even though the hotel has a pure water system, it tastes fun and you do not know how to clean and maintain the water purification system, often they are not maintained well. Mexican bottled water costs 1/3. "YO VIVO A KEY" means avoid people on the street, I'm here. ট্যাক্সি Determine the taxi fare before departing If you have a problem, remove the number from the car and report it to your hotel. Use eco-friendly sunscreen while in national water parks. Don't let people change your mind about a restaurant. & # 39; oh the restaurant is closed & # 39; Or & # 39; My uncle's better quality. & # 39; My favorite is & # 39; are you sure to eat there? & # 39; Each restaurant pays a commission for regional, taxi, travel agent, boyboy, front desk clerk, housekeeper, salesman, iguanas, shark, monkey, etc. The commission can be as high as 15% of your bill, and of course that fee is added to the menu price. 97% of restaurants pay. Most people & # 39; answer english & # 39; Which means they get it when you ask them questions that you answer every day. Speak slowly and clearly. Don't use unusual words. Don't expect everyone to understand your pronunciation.
The temperature in the ocean is 80F all year round so jump! It is not right to cross the road; This is a challenge. You do not have the right to walk even in a cross walk or red light. Be protective. Taxis and bus drivers have no education and they think that there are 3 things on the road;
1) their vehicles, 2) their garbage and 3) their right of way. When driving, cross the road. Use sunscreen even on a cloudy day.
If you want to go 2 hours from the pyramid in Egypt? If yes then go to Chichen-Itza.
Ice is safe in beverages. All restaurants wash vegetables in pure water. Even the taco guy in my corner. Always carry change! 5, 10, 20 pesos. Amazingly many stores are unchanged and it will be your fault. ATM machines, credit card slips are on the peso so when you see all these zeros don't keep an eye out for hot salsa! The next day it bites. Well, bite … how to speak better Spanish? Drink More Tequila! Best to do? Get up at 6:00 am and walk to the beach. The best! If someone & # 39; I understand & # 39; They say they do not. It's that simple.
Daily tips to your maid; Make a buck or 2. Exchange your dollars at the exchange house, at your hotel or banks. You will get better rates than stores and restaurants. Dial 001 – the area code – # in the call home. Buy Ladtail Phone Cards (50 cents a minute). Phones are everywhere and the cards are sold in most stores and money exchange booths. Call not call. Minimum charge is US $ 40! You will find these phones in hotel rooms, lobbies and streets for 50% off.
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