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40 best things to do in Cancun
If you’re here because you’re planning a Cancun vacation and want to know the best things to do in Cancun – look no further. As a Cancun Travel Agent, I have compiled 40 of the best things to do in Cancun, and there is something on the list for everyone!
Cancun is a wonderful destination for a relaxing all-inclusive vacation, but it offers so much more than that. A vacation in this part of the world will have you experiencing the culture, exploring historical sites, and dining on some delectable cuisine.
Once you add in some of the best Cancun activities, you will find yourself having a vacation to remember. Here are 40 of the best things to do in Cancun, from parasailing to exploring ancient cities.
Before you start reading this, don’t forget to check out what to pack for Cancun – one of my most popular posts ever!
Mexico Travel Restrictions for 2023
Cancun is allowing visitors from the U.S. and has been open again since July 2020. The majority of hotels and tours are 100% back to normal operations.
Most hotels and transfer companies are now offering group and private transfers. Of course, a private transfer is always more convenient as you do not have to stop!
I recommend booking a private transfer through Project Expedition.
It is essential to keep all these things in mind, so you don’t find yourself in a situation where you can’t do what you want because you didn’t plan ahead.
Another warning: Make sure to have transfers booked in advance! When you arrive at the airport, stay in the middle and say “no thank you” to anyone trying to “help you find your transfer/taxi.” They are not trying to help you; they are trying to sell timeshares!
Things to do in Cancun in 2022
There are so many fantastic things to do in Cancun, but today I will talk about 40 things to do in or near Cancun. Yes, this list isn’t just things to do in Cancun but also the surrounding areas that visitors might want to see during their Cancun vacation.
If you plan a vacation to Playa del Carmen, Tulum, or Cozumel, this list of things to do in the Riviera Maya will be perfect for you too! Now, let’s get to things to do in Cancun:
1. Absolutely nothing
Cancun is a great place to visit if you want to stay at an all-inclusive resort and relax. If you only have a weekend, feel free to do absolutely nothing! Some of my favorite all-inclusive resorts in Cancun include:
- The Hyatt Zilara (I also have a YouTube channel with a Hyatt Zilara room tour and Hyatt Zilara resort tour!)
- Turquoize at the Hyatt Ziva
- Le Blanc Spa Resort Cancun
- Live Aqua Resort Cancun
- El Dorado Royale by Karisma
- Hilton Playa del Carmen (in nearby Playa del Carmen)
I also have a blog post with even more of the best all-inclusive resorts in Cancun, all located in the hotel zone. Make sure to check it out. If you’re trying to plan a Cancun honeymoon, most of the resorts are adults-only! However, I included a few family-friendly all-inclusive resorts too.
It’s fun to hang out in the pool with a margarita and have your biggest worry be what to eat for dinner. That said, there are plenty of other things to do in Cancun if that sounds boring.
2. Swim in a Cenote
A cenote is a deep, water-filled sinkhole formed in limestone. Cenotes are created when the roof of an underground cavern collapses. Some of the cenotes in Cancun are underground.
But others are partially open or completely open, so you can enjoy the sunshine as you are in the water. Swimming in a cenote is easily one of the most popular things to do in Cancun.
There are plenty of places to see cenotes near Cancun and a few popular tours that include a cenote swim. Some of my favorites include:
- Cancun Jungle Tour: Cenote snorkeling, ziplining, and Tulum.
- Cenote the Pit + Dos Ojos 2 Tanks Dive
- Adrenaline tour with ATV, Ziplines, and Cenote
- Waterfall Cenote Experience from Cancún
- Cancun Cenote Tour: Snorkeling, Rappelling, and Ziplining
- Chichen Itza Tour Plus Cenote Swim from Cancun
- Ziplining and Cenote Tour from Cancun
3. MUSA Cancun Underwater Museum
One of the best places to snorkel in Cancun is the MUSA or Underwater Museum. This underwater museum is home to over 500 sculptures that encourage coral growth!
Most of those sculptures are thirty feet below the surface of the water, so you won’t need to go too deep to appreciate the beauty of the area truly.
If you are scuba certified (or just want to learn), you can also scuba in the area to get a closer look at the sculptures. Of course, you’ll also see natural wildlife in the area, whether you are diving or snorkeling.
There’s a glass-bottom boat tour for those who are a bit less adventurous when it comes to entering the water. You can sit and relax in the boat as the sculptures pass below you.
Here are a few ways to see the MUSA Cancun:
- Two tank dive at the MUSA with AquaWorld Cancun (for certified divers)
- Snorkel at MUSA with Aqua Adventures EcoDivers
- Stay dry on a boat with Travel Art Cancun
- Two tank beginner dive with A Ha Scuba Diving
MUSA has over 500 sculptures with plans to add more in the future. This adventure is truly one of the best things in Cancun and is a top recommendation from this Cancun Travel Agent!
4. Xcaret Park
Xcaret Park is easily one of the best things to do in Cancun. This is one of the largest theme parks in Mexico and the first of the Experiencias Xcaret parks.
This 250-acre eco-park features water activities, cultural attractions, and live shows. Xcaret Park is easily accessible from the Cancun hotel zone and hosts over one million visitors each year.
The park hosts both water and land-based activities and is the perfect destination for families. I highly recommend spending a couple of days seeing the fifty natural and cultural attractions within this park. The beautiful Occidental at Xcaret is online and offers packages, including park access.
By the way, if you’re planning a Cancun vacation and want to work with a Cancun Travel Agent, make sure to contact me. You can also check out some of my Cancun resort tours and Cancun things to do on my YouTube channel.
If you’re looking for a family-friendly adventure near Cancun, make sure to check out Xcaret park.
5. Explore the hotel zone
Did you know that the Cancun Hotel Zone or Zona Hotelera is actually called Cancun Island? Well, now you know. The hotel zone is where most of the resorts in Cancun are located.
The hotel zone is also where you’ll find many activities, restaurants, nightlife, and incredible beaches. The Hotel Zone is about 15 miles and shaped like the number “seven.” The only road, Kulkukan Boulevard, runs the entire length of the hotel zone.
The Hotel Zone is beautiful and has some of the best resorts in the Yucatan Peninsula.
There are so many things to do in the Hotel Zone that it could be a blog post in itself. If you want to explore nearby, you can walk. Otherwise, have your resort call a taxi.
6. Take a day trip to Isla Mujeres
Isla Mujeres is just a 15-minute boat trip from Cancun but is far more laid back and almost a different world! Isla Mujeres has plenty of restaurants, great snorkeling, and shopping. Garrafon National Reef Park and Tortugranja Turtle Conservation Center are two of the most popular places to visit on Isla Mujeres.
The park is perfect if you want to spend the entire day participating in water activities. If you prefer to spend time with animals up close, then the conservation center might be the better option.
There you can see different species of fish, seahorses, and manta rays. Plus, since this is a sea turtle sanctuary, part of your day can be spent with those creatures.
There are plenty of Isla Mujeres activities on Viator as well as day trip options.
7. Zipline through the jungle
There are plenty of different zipline tours offered in Cancun. Which one is the best? Well, that is entirely up to you! A zipline tour can be a stand-alone tour or part of a half or full-day adventure.
I do not recommend full-day adventures (unless you are going far away) as they can get boring.
I mentioned some of my favorites earlier, along with cenote swims, but here they are again:
- Cancun Cenote Tour: Snorkeling, Rappelling, and Ziplining
- Adrenaline tour with ATV, Ziplines, and Cenote
- Ziplining and Cenote Tour from Cancun
8. Wander around to check out the street art
The graffiti you may see on buildings in a city back home is nothing compared to the spectacular street art you can find while wandering around Downtown Cancun.
Murals created by world-famous artists continue to grow on the sides of the buildings in the downtown area. So, even if you have explored Cancun’s street art in the past, I guarantee you will have something new to see!
Just make sure you grab your camera before you leave your hotel room. The vibrant art is something you will want to capture to remember forever!
9. Swim with whale sharks
The Whale Shark, which is actually a fish, is endangered. That is what makes swimming with these magnificent creatures even more magical. The Yucatan Peninsula is one of the places where you can do this activity.
Make sure to choose a tour operator who uses safe and sustainable practices. The best time to swim with whale sharks is June through September. It’s worth noting that the boat rides out to the whale sharks can be rough and cause motion sickness.
These gentle giants (who can weigh up to 20 tons!) are a must-see if you visit Cancun during the summer or late summer months. Whale sharks can reach up to 33 feet in length, making them the largest fish in the world!
I like this eco-friendly small group tour with EcoColors Mexico out of Cancun and the Cancun Whale Shark Encounter out of Punta Sam, Mexico.
10. Relax on the beach
The Hotel Zone is filled with amazing beaches, but some are just a little better than the rest.
- Playa Tortugas – Located in the Northern part of the hotel zone, Playa Tortugas is a local beach with a laid back atmosphere, clean sand, and beautiful clear water. The calm water is perfect for families and this beach is absolutely free to visit. Playa Tortugas is easily one of the best beaches in Cancun.
- Playa Delfines – Playa Delfines is a great place to see dolphins! It is often found on lists of the best beaches in the world. This is a large beach with no restaurants or hotels so there is more room to spread out. Even though Cancun hosts miles of powdery white sand and turquoise water, Playa Delfines stands out as one of the best beaches.
- Chac Mool Beach – This is a quiet beach if you want to get away from the crowds. Chac Mool Beach offers lifeguards and when the surf is too high for swimming, it is a fantastic place to watch surfers.
- Playa Forum – Located behind the famous Coco Bongo nightclub (more on that at #12) this is a great beach for socializing and becomes more of a party beach on weekends.
11. Check out nearby Playa del Carmen
Playa del Carmen is a coastal resort town along the Yucatán Peninsula’s Riviera Maya. Playa del Carmen is famous for coral reefs and palm tree lined beaches. Once a sleepy fishing village, this small town is now a vacation all on it’s own.
You can even stay in Playa del Carmen with accommodations like the Hilton Playa del Carmen and more. This is a popular town for expats and features dining and shopping on 5th Avenue. There are also many nearby tours and excursions in the Playa del Carmen area. You can check out some of my favorites here:
- Buggy Tour in Playa del Carmen with Cenote Swim and Mayan Village Visit
- Tulum Ruins Cenote and Swimming with Turtles from Playa del Carmen
12. Coco Bongo – the most famous club in Cancun
Coco Bongo happens to be the one club you must experience while on vacation in Cancun. This club is right in the heart of the Hotel Zone and yet only one street away from the sparkling Caribbean.
Coco Bongo offers numerous experiences, which is excellent since you can then decide which one you love the most!
A night at this infamous club can include these shows:
- Samba – A night of experiencing the Rio Janeiro Carnival with a little samba dancing.
- The Mask – Watch “The Mask” dance, as you drink tequila.
- 300 – Spartans will replicate the stunts from the movie “300” during this evening performance.
- The Beatles – Go back in time to the 60s, as you sing along to some favorites.
- Moulin Rouge – The movie, “Moulin Rouge” comes to life before your eyes.
- Queen – “Freddie Mercury” is in the house with Bohemian Rhapsody!
- Mad Max – Stunts from the movie”Mad Max” are replicated during this intense show.
In addition to these shows, there is a DJ making sure the music doesn’t stop until everything closes down for the night. You’ll hear lots of people talk about Coco Bongo and with good reason, it’s easily the most popular club in Cancun.
13. Visit the Chichen Itza Ruins
The Maya city of Chichen Itza is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Although there are plenty of ancient Mayan sites in the area, Chichen Itza is easily the most popular and the most well preserved.
The structure at this site that really stands out more than the others is the Pyramid of Kukulcan. This pyramid was constructed during the height of the Itza-Cocom culture. There is a smaller structure underneath this pyramid, which wasn’t discovered until excavations took place.
Other structures you will want to pay attention to during your visit include the platform of the eagles and jaguars, the Tzompantli, the Thousand Columns Group, and the Temple of the Warriors.
I recommend booking any of the tours available through Project Expedition.
14. Day trip to Tulum
Tulum has always been the largest of many of the Mayan cities. This ancient port city is home to magnificent beaches, sparkling cenotes, and plenty of history.
You can easily choose how you want to spend your time in Tulum. Relaxing on the beach might sound amazing, but then you won’t get to see the abundance of natural scenery.
15. Enjoy a sunset cruise
Sunset cruises are one of the most romantic things to do in Cancun. Watching the sun as it sets over the water, while enjoying a meal, is an incredible way to end any day.
Now, if a sunset cruise does not seem long enough, or you don’t want to be out on the water in the dark, you have options. You can easily take a catamaran cruise during the day.
Some daytime cruises will allow you to relax and take in the surrounding scenery. Others, will have you swimming or snorkeling with the local marine life.
16. Dine at Senor Frogs
Well, people don’t really go to Senor Frogs to eat, they go to drink and dance, but you can eat there too! Senor Frogs is popular with the young adult crowd. Kids are allowed, but it’s not a particularly kid-friendly place.
Drinks are served in large, ridiculous “yards” and if you’re looking to party, this is a great place to go! And yes, there are Senor Frogs in other locations such as Honolulu, Key West, and Puerto Vallarta.
17. El Rey Archaeological Site
The El Rey Archaeological Site is located right in the Hotel Zone. This makes it accessible, even on those days where you don’t want to do much of anything. You can easily see the ruins in an hour or two, leaving you plenty of time to relax on the beach or by the pool.
These ruins date back to 1200 AD. They were part of the maritime trade. Amongst the history of these ruins, you will discover hundreds of iguanas.
These spiny creatures have chosen El Rey as their new home. When you go to leave the ruins, you may want to double check all your bags to ensure one of the iguanas isn’t trying to go home with you!
18. Lucha Libre show
One of the best shows in Cancun is Lucha Libre. Attending this event is a tradition that will have you learning about Mexican culture.
The performers each wear elaborate masks and costumes. Two performers, acting as fighters, will be on the stage at one time. One fighter will represent good, while the other represents evil.
The “fight” involves wrestling, acrobatics, and theatrical stunts. Attending one of these shows is a wonderful way to enjoy a night out on the town while on vacation in Cancun.
19. Museo Maya de Cancun
Out of all the things to do in Cancun’s Hotel Zone, the Museo Maya de Cancun may interest you the most if you are looking for a cultural activity.
There are three exhibit areas and more than three thousand artifacts are rotated within those spaces. The San Miguelito Archaeological Site is right next to the museum.
It is a smaller site compared to the other ruins in Cancun. I still think it is worthy of a visit though since you are so close by!
20. Ferry to Cozumel
The ferry ride over to Cozumel is only 45 minutes long, which is why so many people take it for a quick getaway. The ferry leaves every hour unless the weather is bad. Once you arrive in Cozumel, you will have plenty of options to keep you busy.
Remote beaches, vibrant beach clubs, and unique tours are only a taste of what you can expect from this little piece of paradise.
21. Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve
The Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve can be found near Tulum. The biodiversity of the area and the Mayan heritage are two of the reasons the reserve was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This area of Cancun is huge, so don’t think you can explore it all during one vacation. You will need time to not only see some of the one plus million acres, but also the different animals and plants.
This is another must-see in Cancun where you will want to have your camera with you. Bug spray is probably another must, thanks to the thousands of species of insects that live within the reserve.
22. Tequila Tasting
Almost everyone I talk to about planning a vacation in Cancun already knows they want to drink a little tequila during their visit. Tequila tasting is actually considered an art everywhere in Mexico.
The Tequila Museum at the Restaurante La Destileria is an excellent place to learn about tequila. I know you will want to rush through, so you can get to the tequila tasting part at the end, but don’t. You never know what fun, and educational stuff you will learn…
23. El Meco Ruins
There are plenty of Mayan ruins to explore while in Cancun. If you happen to be in the area to the north of downtown Cancun, I recommend venturing over to the El Meco Ruins. All the ruins are incredible, but the forty-one foot pyramid will be where your focus lies from the moment you arrive.
One of your favorite things to do might be playing a round of golf or two while on vacation. Well, you can definitely add golf as one of your favorite things to do in Cancun!
There are more than a dozen golf courses in Cancun and throughout the surrounding areas. Each course is unique with tropical jungles, cenotes, Mayan ruins, and sand dunes.
You will want to find the one that piques your interest the most or you can easily golf at them all if time allows. The golf course that is the most popular is Pok Ta Pok. This course is located within the Hotel Zone, so it is easy to reach if you stay in that area.
25. Coba Ruins
Although not quite as famous as Chicen Itza, archaeologists believe Coba was one of the most important ruin sites on the Yucatan Peninsula. The ancient Maya city lies northwest of Tulum in the state of Quintana Roo.
Coba was estimated to have had at least 50,000 inhabitants at its peak of civilization.
There are four main areas within these ruins. One of those sections includes the main temple of Nohoch Muul. That temple has one hundred twenty steps to the top. Climbing it is a must in my opinion, because the views are spectacular.
You will see smaller sections scattered amongst the landscape during your visit. If time allows, you may want to explore a few of those as well.
26. Xplor in Playa Del Carmen
Above, I mentioned Xcaret Park, but if you want to add more than one theme park to your vacation in Cancun, I have you covered. Xplor in Playa del Carmen has everything you might want and then some!
Your time at Xplor might begin with you zooming across ziplines or driving around in an amphibious vehicle. The underground expedition will get your heart racing, while the rafts take you slowly along the river.
27. Go on a taco tour
Eating tacos is the thing to do when you are down in Cancun and other areas of Mexico! Whether you are craving these handheld delights in the middle of the day, or later in the evening, you will always find a taco joint nearby.
One of the best Cancun tours you can take will involve tacos. There are many taco tours to choose from, but a couple popular ones include:
- The Taco Experience
- Tour Tasting Beer and Tacos
- The Ultimate Cancun Taco and Street Mexican Food Tour
28. Visit Isla Contoy
Isla Contoy is synonymous with paradise. This hidden gem of an island is uninhabited, while also being part of a National Marine Park. During a visit to Isla Contoy, you will have the chance to see one hundred and fifty different species of birds.
There are also four species of sea turtles living around this island and you never know when you might stumble upon their nesting grounds.
A day trip to Isla Contoy can be combined with a quick trip to Isla Mujeres and a little reef snorkeling. This day in the sun will definitely require sunscreen and a little bug spray.
You must apply reef-safe biodegradable options for both prior to boarding the boat for your tour. Both these items are not allowed on Isla Contoy, so the reefs can stay protected from chemicals.
29. Take a picture with the Cancun sign
What is one of the best things to do in Cancun? Take a picture with the Cancun sign – of course! If you ask nicely, your transfer driver might stop here if it’s on the way to your resort. Just make sure to tip them well!
30. Visit the stunning pink lakes
When you are vacationing in Cancun, you must take the time to see one of the few pink lakes in the world. A combination of brine shrimp and red algae is what creates the pink coloring within this lake in Las Colorada.
A group of flamingos lives nearby, so you can see some wildlife during your visit. The lake is also part of the Rio Lagatos Biosphere Reserve, so you can plan an entire day’s adventure if you have the time.
The trip to Las Colorada will take approximately two hours, but the stunning views will be worth the journey.
31. Horseback riding through the jungle
One of the best things to do in Cancun is horseback riding through the jungle. The Cancun Polo Club is the perfect location for this adventure. When your horse is not taking you through the lush jungle, you will find yourself riding over tranquil sandy beaches.
32.Wander around Market 28
You will find a few different markets in Cancun and the surrounding areas. None of them are as popular as the flea market called Market 28. Bartering is a given at this souvenir market. But if you don’t feel like shopping, you can at least soak in the ambiance while wandering around.
33. Go snorkeling
One of the top activities in Cancun is snorkeling. The Great Mayan Reef is located in Cancun and it is one of the larger reefs in the entire world. There are numerous places to snorkel in Cancun. But my favorite areas include Punta Nizuc, which is near the Hotel Zone, and Xcaret.
If you are looking for a unique snorkeling option, you may prefer the moonlight bioluminescence Snorkeling Tour. A guide will take you out to the water for an hour and a half adventure with the sea turtles and other marine life.
The water will light up all around you, thanks to the plankton that live there.
34. Attend a Temazcal ritual
A Temazcal ritual is a purifying Mayan ceremony that is held inside a small hut. It is best to wear your bathing suit under your clothes, because you will be required to take your clothes off prior to entering the hut.
It might be a little embarrassing to be sitting there in your underwear for the ceremony.
A local shaman will lead the Temazcal ritual. The inside of the hut is completely dark. You will hear the sizzling of water as it hits hot rocks. The shaman will chant, while putting down different herbs to summon any spirits.
Preparing for a Temazcal ritual.
This purification ceremony is designed to clean your mind, body, and soul. You should be prepared to sweat, and enter a meditative state, during this ceremony.
35. Embrace the views from the Cancun Scenic Tower
The Cancun Scenic Tower is three hundred feet tall. It continuously spins, so visitors can see spectacular views of the entire area. If you choose to ride up to the deck of this tower, you should expect the trip to take approximately five minutes.
One rotation of the deck takes fifteen minutes, which is plenty of time to look around and take pictures.
36. Explore the Nichupte Lagoon
Five lagoons in all, Nichupte, Rio del Amor, Rio Ingles, Bojorquez, and Caleta Nizuc combine to create the Nichupte Lagoon. The natural ecosystem of this area was much larger until the massive Hotel Zone was constructed.
Now, this is the only spot left to experience a jungle paradise in the middle of the bustling space. One of the best ways to explore this lagoon is via kayak or paddleboard.
37. Shop until you drop at La Isla Shopping Village
Above, I mentioned the Hotel Zone and how it was so large, I could write an entire post about it. Well, one of the best things to do in the Hotel Zone is shop until you drop at La Isla Shopping Village.
This shopping mecca is located on a man-made island in the center of the Hotel Zone. La Isla Shopping Village happens to be the largest mall in Cancun.
There are brand name stores, boutiques, and the usual souvenirs stores. In between stores, you can ride the Ferris wheel, visit the animals at the aquarium, or dine at one of the numerous restaurants.
38. Participate in the release of sea turtles
Sea turtle nesting season is between May and October every year. Sea turtles will lay their eggs on the sand and eventually those eggs hatch.
Due to how busy the beaches are in Cancun, many of the resort hotels collect the sea turtle eggs and incubate them in a safe area. Once the baby sea turtles begin to hatch, they are released back into the water.
Most of the resorts will allow guests to participate in the release of the sea turtles. The release normally happens between seven and eight in the evening.
If there is not a release happening during your visit, I recommend heading down to the beach later in the evening anyway. You never know when you will see a mama sea turtle coming onto shore to lay their eggs and bury them in the sand.
39. Get a few thrills at Ventura Park
Ventura Park is another theme park in Cancun. This is a water park that has water slides, ziplines, and regular types of amusement park rides. Virtual Reality technology will take your time in the Underworld to the next level. And you definitely won’t be able to resist zipping around the go-kart track.
40. Parasail high above the water
Parasailing is an excellent way to see views of Cancun from a different vantage point – just don’t watch “Who Killed Sara” first. Your parasailing adventure will last approximately ten minutes but you’ll be out on the boat for around an hour.
During that time, you will travel for three miles along the shoreline. While you will see numerous attractions, you may want to focus on Nichupte Lagoon, the Hotel Zone, and Isla Mujeres the most.
You’ll often see parasailing from your hotel, and you can book it directly on the beach. However, it’s typically a better price to book in advance! Parasail Cancun offers a fun jetski/parasail combo tour.
If you don’t feel like getting on a jet-ski, you can also book the parasailing only with Parasail Cancun.
40 things to do in Cancun
I hope this list of the 40 best things to do in Cancun has helped you in planning your Cancun vacation. Make sure to check out my Cancun packing list and the 10 best all-inclusive honeymoon resorts – many of which are in Cancun!
As travel restrictions begin to ease around the world, Cancun is still one of the most accessible places to visit. I still recommend purchasing travel insurance – just in case!
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About Amy – Cancun Travel Agent
Amy Fillinger is the owner of Luxe Aloha Destinations and Luxe Caribe Destinations. I am a honeymoon travel agent and destination wedding specialist for Hawaii, the Caribbean, and Mexico. I work with busy professionals who just don’t have time to do all of the research needed to pull off the perfect honeymoon or destination wedding. Did you know that I have over 12 years of experience in the wedding industry? Before starting my travel business, I was a wedding photographer for many years. I’d love to help make your honeymoon, destination wedding, or anniversary dream vacation come to life. Contact me for more information and to get started creating your dream honeymoon or vacation.
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