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August 8, 2008

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Cancun is Mexico’s most important tourist destination and one of the world’s most well-known resorts. Located in the state of Quintana Roo in the Yucatan Peninsula region, it has a subtropical climate, with average temperatures ranging between 27º C (81º F) and 35º C (95º F) and sunny days throughout most of the year.

Cancun offers the unparalleled beauty of the Caribbean Sea’s turquoise-blue water and white-sand beaches. During your stay, you can do water sports or other activities: snorkeling, scuba diving, parachuting, or you can take a spin on a waverunner. You’ll also find plenty of time to relax and enjoy the fine services offered in the hotel zone. Along the hotel strip, which spans more than 30 kilometers (nearly 19 miles), you’ll find everything from villas and five-star hotels to exclusive resorts and spas. You’ll also find modern shopping malls, more than 500 restaurants offering the best in national and international cuisine, and numerous bars and discos where the parties rage all night long.

Nearby Cancun, you can tour the Mayan Riviera and check out Playa del Carmen, Xcaret and Xel-Ha, ancient Mayan ports that have been converted into modern-day paradises. Also nearby is Tulum, a fascinating archaeological zone by the sea. It was the only walled city built by the Mayans. Finally, you’ll want to visit Isla Mujeres and Cozumel to live the unforgettable experience of snorkeling and scuba diving along the coral reefs.

Yucatán Mexico


Cancun, Maya Riveria, Quintana Room, Mexico with

Welcome to the Yucatan!
Yucatan Today is the leading tourist guide of Merida, Mexico and the Yucatan Peninsula and was recently voted the best tourism website in all of Mexico! In our companion monthly magazine, we bring you the information you need to enjoy your experience while you are here. Pick up your Yucatan Today magazine in the leading hotels and restaurants and use it as a reference during your stay. Bienvenidos to Merida and the Yucatan!

Chichen Itza
The ever popular archaeological site
was recently visited by the three most powerful men in North America. If you are coming to the Yucatan, you don’t want to miss it.

Art Galleries in Merida
With the growth in numbers of both private and public art galleries, Merida is definitely on the map art wise. Two major factors have caused this happening…

Things to do Merida
A seven day
schedule has been designed to help you organize your time efficiently so as to make the best of your stay here in Merida.

Thinking about a Vacation Rental?
Maybe this time, instead of a hotel, you’d like to rent a private home. Find out how best to go about it here.

Souvenirs from Yucatan Hotel and Resort reservations.
In Merida and the Yucatan, you will find many things that are unique to the area and others from other parts of Mexico. Price ranges for reminders vary from $5 pesos (for pens for example) to hundreds of dollars (for gold or art.)

Nightlife in Merida
What to do and where to go, here are some of our favorite places to have fun when the sun goes down.

new in yucatanQuinta Montes Molina
The Quinta Montes Molina, once known as Villa Beatriz, was built during the Porfirio Diaz period (1876 – 1911.) With eclectic architecture and neoclassic tendencies, it was built by Don Aurerlio Portuondo y Barcelo…

new in yucatanChaya, its nutritional properties
It has never gone unnoticed. When the Spaniards first touched these lands, the bush and the various ways that the natives used it called their attention…

new in yucatanY’Amigo Seashells
The richness of Yucatan is manifested in a variety of ways; its cultural history and natural treasures are just some of the ways. The natural treasures provide the Yucatecan people with the raw materials that allow them to develop their creativity.

new in yucatanSan Bruno Grill –
Restaurant Review

The San Bruno Grill on the coast road just west of Telchac Puerto fills an important need in the area – evening dining with good food in a lovely atmosphere!

new in yucatanPromotions
Make the most out of your money when planing your Christmas and New Year in the Yucatan.

Swim with whale sharks We have the trip for you!
For several years now, whale sharks have been coming to the northern tip of the Yucatan peninsula to feed and mate during the months of May through September.

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