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It seems like everyone loves tacos, enchiladas, tamales, and Mexican food in general, but another one of the world’s favorite food is pizza. Are you heading to Cancun for a vacation getaway in the near future? If you go and you end up wanting pizza, you can look over our 2019 hot list of the best pizza in Cancun provided below to satisfy cravings.

Pizzeria La Pizzarra

One of our first choices for the best pizza in Cancun is Pizzeria La Pizzarra which can be found at the La Isla Shopping Center.

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Hours of seaside fun with family friends become more memorable when you build sand castles. Without a doubt, building sandcastles is one of the most cherished childhood beach activities around. It creates lifelong memories and is a great way to deepen bonds among friends and family. Are you ready to getaway to Mexico for some fun in the sun? All you need is a bucket, a shovel, sands, and a whole lot of imagination.

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About to jet off to beautiful Cancun with your sweetie for a getaway, and want to plan ahead for romantic Cancun activities you can enjoy together? With its swaying palm trees, aromatic Caribbean breezes, white sand beaches, and turquoise blue waters, Cancun is the perfect place for fun in the sun and romance. An ideal location to reconnect with your partner or simply enjoy a vacation in paradise, here are 5 great ideas for couples interested in romantic Cancun activities.

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The Caribbean Sea coastline is home to miles of some of the most stunningly beautiful soft, white sands and clear blue and green waters in Mexico. The best beach in Cancun is Playa Delfines, which is also called El Mirador, or “The Lookout” in English. One of the reasons why the best beach in Cancun is Playa Delfines is due to the fact that there are no structures, hotels, or restaurants built on the beach, which keeps the beach pristine and an ideal place for a relaxing getaway.Read the rest

A lot of people know about the Xoximilco riverboat adventure that is famous in Mexico City, but did you know that there is a similar one in Cancun? Xoximilco celebrates the culture, traditions, and folklore of Mexico. You should board the traditional trajinera, which is also known as the floating river boat, and start partying! The riverboats are decorated in vibrant colors and there are plenty of seats for everyone to enjoy this amazing Mexican adventure.

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Has anyone told you about the amazing Xcaret that is located in Cancun? Xcaret is situated on the Yucatan Peninsula along the coastline of the Caribbean, in the state of Quintana Roo, and it is a very popular Mayan archaeological site and eco park. The pre-Columbian Mayans first occupied here hundreds of years ago, and it was once an important Navigational Port and trading center for the Mayans.

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Are you heading to Cancun, Mexico for a vacation soon? It’s pretty easy to relax on the soft, white sandy beaches soaking up the sun, but did you know that there are so many cultural activities that you can enjoy, too? Are you ready to do something different? If you are, then you should head over to Cancun’s Mayan Village Show that is located at the Playa del Carmen at the Xcaret Eco-park.… Read the rest

For decades, thousands of visitors worldwide have made Cancun a top vacation destination. Cancun has been a favorite and popular vacation destination for many tourists due to the numerous breathtaking and beautiful beaches and exciting things to see and do. Would you be interested in learning more information about Cancun, and perhaps learn something about Cancun that you may not have known? Below are the top 5 facts about Cancun and great Cancun activities that you and your family will enjoy.… Read the rest

Isla Contoy is a small island in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo just 30 kilometers north of Isla Mujeres. Isla Contoy is ideal when you want to escape Cancun for just a day. The island of Isla Contoy measures approximately 8.5 km in length, and in February of 1998, it was designated as a national park. There is plenty of natural beauty and wildlife, which makes it a perfect escape to Isla Contoy in Cancun.

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The El Rey Ruins date back to 1200 A.D. The Mayan civilization used the El Rey Ruins for their hub for trading. If you are vacationing in Cancun, Mexico you will want to visit the El Rey Ruins as they are an amazing archaeological site, even if these ruins are not as well known or as popular as the Chichen Itza Ruins. Visitors will not have to travel very far to see these impressive El Rey Ruins as they are located directly within the hotel zone, which is a very popular location.

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