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The Weather in Cancún
You can see our climate diagram above. August is the warmest month in Cancún with average maximum temperatures of 89°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Cancún, with temperatures going under 68° The rainiest month is August while the driest month is April.
Experience modern Mexico with Cancún vacation homes
A luxury resort city in Mexico, Cancún has everything you would want from a vacation – beaches, spas, water activities, and shopping opportunities. This city also offers breathtaking vistas, scrumptious cuisine, and a taste of Mexican culture.
Vacation rentals are the best way to soak in the relaxed vibe of Cancún. Not only does it offer you all the home comforts, but you can choose the type of rental you want. Some options include ocean front condos, villas, apartments, and suites.
Delicious dishes of Cancún
If you are looking for soul food to keep you warm on cold days, try Puchero, a vegetable and meat stew that is served with tortillas and fiery salsa. El Pochito is considered regarded as the best restaurant in Cancún, and is thought to have the best Puchero in this city.
The family restaurant La Habichuela serves the best Cocobichuela in town. This dish is essentially a fresh coconut that is stuffed with shrimp and chunks of lobster cooked in a Thai-style curry.
Festivals to enjoy in Cancún
The Mexican equivalent to Mardi Gras, the Cancún Carnival starts five days before Ash Wednesday every year. The celebrations include parades, dancing, parties, and some amazing food stalls.
Dia de la Raza is held annually in mid-October and celebrates the arrival of Christopher Columbus in Mexico. Some activities that you can enjoy are bull fights, dancing, a parade, and numerous games.
Iconic attractions in Cancún
Delfines Beach is a public beach that offers you pristine white sands and turquoise waters. There is a reason it's called ‘Dolphin Beach’ in Spanish. Head to this beach to see dolphins playing in the water. Kibis, a type of Yucatan dumpling sold by street vendors here, is very popular.
Avenida Kukulkan offers the most spectacular shopping in Cancún. The Avenida strip is lined with cafés, nightclubs, restaurants, and branded stores. There are also stores that sell handmade Yucatan crafts, as well as local boutiques.
20 minutes by ferry from Cancún is the island of Isla Mujeres. Dolphin Discovery is an attraction situated on the island that lets you hug, kiss, and swim with the dolphins. This center also lets you swim with sharks, sea lions, stingrays, and manatees in their natural environment.
History buffs should definitely head to the Cobá Mayan Ruins near Cancún. This is one of the biggest archaeological sites in the city, and is home a various ancient structures that have been reclaimed by the jungle.
Xel-ha Park is Cancún's aquatic theme park, where can enjoy numerous water-based activities. This snorkeling paradise is located right in the middle of Riviera Maya and Cancún and feature some breathtaking landscapes.
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