Chichen Itza
Chichén Itzá is a large Mayan archaeological site and one of the most notable and recognized landmarks on the Yucatán: The site itself was originally a main hub of Mayan civilization and has since been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The focal point of the ruins is the pyramid-like El Castillo that was once used by Mayans as a temple to worship. You can avoid crowds by visiting the site in the early morning before the tour buses arrive.
Pok-Ta-Pok Golf Club
Perhaps one of the most notable and favoured golf courses in Cancun, the Golf Club at Pok-Ta-Pok was designed by the famous course architect Robert Trent Jones II and sits on the northern end of Boulevard Kukulkán.
Coco Bongo Cancun
Considered the spot for nightlife in Cancun, Coco Bongo isn’t your traditional, DJ-controlled nightclub. While the club is a non-stop amalgam of cocktails and dancers, there is no traditional dance floor. But if you’re seeking some stage antics and endless performances, Coco Bongo is definitely worth a try.

Isla Mujeres – Isla Contoy – Isla Holbox
Isla Mujeres only a short hop from Cancun and is most famous for it beautiful beaches El Garrafon with its incredible snorkeling opportunities.
Isla Contoy is about 30km north of Isla Mujeres and apart from its natural beauty it is considered to be the most important nesting place for sea birds in the Mexican Caribbean with more than 150 species of birds. Isla Holbox is separated from the mainland coast of Mexico by a shallow lagoon which gives sanctuary to thousands of flamingos, pelicans and other exotic birds and creatures.