Cancun Q.R. Cancún is a city in southeast Mexico, and it is on the northeast coast of the Yucatán Peninsula in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. The city is on the Caribbean Sea and is one of Mexico’s easternmost tourist spot.
Cancún has a tropical climate, specifically a tropical wet and dry climate, with little difference between seasons. The city is hot year-round, and moderated by onshore trade winds, with an annual mean temperature of 27.1 °C (80.8 °F). Unlike inland areas of the Yucatán Peninsula, sea breezes restrict high temperatures from reaching 36 °C (97 °F) on most afternoons. The rainy season runs from May through late October, when hot temperatures, high humidity, and quick, but intense summer thundershowers are common. The dry season normally begins in December and runs through April, when more temperate conditions occur. The hotel zone juts into the Caribbean Sea, it is surrounded by ocean therefore daytime temperatures are around 1-2 ºC less and windspeeds are higher than at the airport located some distance inland.
Before or after the ISHA 2020 conference, it is highly recommended that you go and enjoy other tourist attractions that include beautiful beaches, top restaurants with a variety of world cosine, ancient ruins to and wildlife, here are a few of the highlights.
The isla contoy is a nature reserve and home to many birds, plants, and turtles. Tours are usually led by a biologist and end with snorkeling off its pristine shoreline!
The Yucatan’s vast groundwater sinkholes were considered portals to the underworld by the ancient Maya. Few are as famous as Ik Kil, which is open for public swimming.
Cancún Underwater Museum
Snorkel through this incredible museum at the Aquaworld scuba-diving center – home to hundreds of submerged sculptures and the world’s largest artificial coral reef.
Climb the 130 steps to the top of the Mayan pyramid and look out over the ruins of an ancient city that was once the grave enemy of Chichen Itza.
There’s plenty for the whole family to enjoy at this ecotourism hotspot. Swim with dolphins, manatees, and stingrays when you’re not relaxing amid the spectacular scenery.
The “Two Eyes” cenote system still hasn’t been completely explored, but the parts that have offer crystal-clear waters and a lot of natural light – perfect for snorkelling.
The island of Women it is only a 15 minutes boat ride, here the visitors can enjoy the uncluttered beaches, tour the lively town on a golf cart, or go swimming with dolphins instead.
Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve
Stretched over more than a million acres, Sian Ka’an boasts numerous archaeological sites and wildlife habitats, as well as gorgeous beaches that must be accessed via the jungle.
In the case you do not have time for visiting Chichen Itza or Coba, then head to Tulum. The ruins are not as quite as impressive, but it is closer and there are lots of great open-air downtown restaurants in Cancun.
The information of all the tourist spots can be found in the following web page Visit Mexico in the following link: https://www.visitmexico.com/