Cancun is located in the diverse region of the Yucatan Peninsula. Although it is best known for its beaches, resorts and party atmosphere, there is much more to this magical city than sitting on the beach and enjoying unlimited free food and alcohol. To have a truly unique and magical Mexican experience, you must travel far from the city center and explore the small towns, jungles, caves, lagoons, and cenotes.
The following is a list of the five best luxury experiences in Cancun, Mexico, that will lead you to live the best experience in Mexico.
Kohunlich and Bacalar lagoon by air
Enjoy an incredible day in the air that allows you to visit Kohunlich, an archaeological site where archaeologists and the National Institute of Anthropology and History have invested funds to study important artifacts, and the Bacalar Lagoon, a lagoon of seven colors, in a private jet. chartered. Kohunlich is one of the most widely studied archaeological sites in the southern part of Quintana Roo that is open to the public. The city was founded in 200 BC. C. as masonry platforms built in the area of the Ya’axna complex. However, it was not until 600-900 AD that Kohunlich became a large settlement and most of the structures are still available for exploration today. In Bacalar, you have the option to swim or take part in a private kayak tour through the calm, turquoise waters. The three-hour excursion will tour the lagoon for great photos and lunch before returning to the airport. Transfer to the private plane.
Definitive air expedition to Uxmal and Mérida
Discover the incredible archaeological site known as Uxmal, as well as the Yucatan capital Mérida, on a privately chartered plane. IN 1996, Uxmal was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and is known as “The City Three Times Built”, due to the need to rebuild it three times. Uxmal offers some of the best Mayan architecture that still exists and the entire mythology of the site is based on the design of the temple, including the Temple of the Sorcerer and the Quadrangle of the Nuns. Both structures are excellent displays of Puuc splendor, which is made up of smooth walls with intricately detailed stucco friezes.
Merida is a bustling city that is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From the air, you will get a unique perspective of the lush topography that surrounds the city, the cenotes within the Yucatan Peninsula, and an overview of the city. Once in town, you can enjoy regional Yucatan cuisine and explore the historic center, as well as take a carriage ride along the famous Montejo Avenue, inspired by the Champs Elysées in Paris.
8-Day Wildlife Photography Tour
Take part in an 8-day photography tour from Cancun that offers one of the best possible experiences while in Mexico. You will have the opportunity to take underwater and terrestrial photographs of wildlife in some of the most beautiful natural settings in the world. The tour includes all accommodation and a professional photographer to help you maximize the beauty and experience of photography.
The tour begins in Cancun with a briefing by photography and tour guide. The next seven days include reef snorkeling and jungle photography with spider monkeys, reptiles, insects and other interesting animals, a visit to Sian Ka’an and Tulum, bird watching and a visit to Kantemo with an incredible natural occurrence of snakes. pendants. and bats that come out of its cave and Río Lagartos and Valladolid. Later in the tour, you will have the opportunity to photograph the salt pools near Las Coloradas that feature different shades of pink, Chichén Itzá, a whale shark tour on an amazing boat trip and snorkel. The tour is much more than just taking pictures. You can enjoy archaeological ruins and a variety of photography-focused water sports.
10-day Yucatan heritage tour
During this incredible experience, you will be transported through the many World Heritage sites in the Yucatan Peninsula. This once-in-a-lifetime tour is the ideal combination of central nature with cultural activities that completely sums up the Peninsula. You will have the opportunity to explore Sian Ka’an, the Rio Lagartos Biosphere Reserves, Calakmul and the second largest coral reef in the world. Other highlights include the Mayan jungle, unique wetlands, and extensive biodiversity within these ecosystems. This tour will allow you to truly understand the …