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Years ago Cancun was known for being the Spring Break capital of the world, and although this island, with its white sand beaches and turquoise blue Caribbean Sea, still welcomes its share of high school and college students each spring, it has grown into a world class vacation destination that is ideal for all ages.
Families love to visit Cancun because it's safe and its all-inclusive resorts are convenient. Everything is right there... the pool, the beach, the room and meals. Many Cancun resorts have kids and teen clubs, babysitting and serve meals geared towards young guests.
There are also many activities, tours and excursions that children and their families will love. Here are some of Cancun’s best (in no particular order)...
Ventura Park (formerly Wet-n-Wild) is a water and adventure park located in the Hotel Zone. There are waterslides, a wave pool, a small roller coaster, zip lines and more.
Choose between Jolly Roger Pirate Ship Cancun and Captain Hook Cancun, which both set sail from the Hotel Zone. Both provide a fun afternoon/evening of food, drinks and pirate antics.
Crococun is a crocodile refuge located south of Cancun's airport. Visitors can see local wildlife up close, including snakes, monkeys, deer and of course, crocodiles.
The Interactive Aquarium is located in the Hotel Zone in La Isla shopping mall. Spend a couple of hours before dinner checking out the fish and touch tanks, the dolphin show and other activities.
Xcaret is a beautiful park that highlights Mexican culture, music and the area's natural treasures. They feature a spectacular night show and just debuted Mundo de los Niños (Kids’ World).
Cancun's Mayan Museum is located in the Hotel Zone. It opened just a few years ago and showcases ancient artifacts and Mayan ruins right on the grounds.
Raining? Plaza Las Americas/Malecon Americas is a huge mall located in downtown Cancun. Shop, dine, see a movie or visit Sky Zone or Malecon Kids.
Too much sun? Play minigolf on an indoor, glow-in-the-dark course, then head upstairs for lunch or dinner (and cocktails for mom and dad). Pirate Minigolf is located in downtown Cancun.
Isla Mujeres is a tropical island located off the coast of Cancun. Take a tour or hop on the ferry, rent a golf cart, circle the island, then head to North Beach for swimming, cocktails and lunch.
This is downtown Cancun's main park. Visit in the evening on a weekend and get a taste of local life. There are activities for children, authentic Mexican food and sometimes a free show.
Although there are many different types, the basic recipe for a taco is a tortilla filled with different types of meat and sometimes vegetables, like onions, and salsa. Real tacos don’t come in hard shells unless they have been rolled-up and deep fried (more about that later), and they are normally made with corn tortillas, not flour tortillas.
Who hasn't dreamed about getting married on a white sand beach in Cancun? It may seem like an impossible dream, but a destination wedding can actually cost half of what a traditional at-home ceremony would cost. In addition, it might seem daunting to plan a wedding in another country, but Cancun’s all-inclusive resorts have experienced wedding coordinators that are ready to help you with every last detail.
Who doesn't love Mexican food? Is there anything as delicious as a huge plate of enchiladas, rice and beans? It makes your mouth water just thinking about it.