Holiday Weather Cancun
Cancun is located on the north of the Riviera Maya, in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. The climate over here is tropical, which means there are two seasons: dry and rainy.
The period from November to April is known as a dry season. At this time of the year, the weather is warm and pleasant, with average temperatures of 18°C.
The rainy season, which begins in May and ends in October, is hot and humid. Gue to the high humidity, the temperatures increase up to 27°C, which probably feels like 33°C. As for the precipitation amount, it reaches 1,350 mm yearly, with the highs in September.
Cancún suggests a diversity of dishes, started with Mexican tacos to Japanese food. Here you can find everything you can only imagine, as locals are very proud of their various cuisine. Visit Marakame Café, El Fish Fritanga, Captain’s Cove, or Thai Lounge Cancún, and you won’t forget the taste of the specials even after coming back from vacations.
Cancún can boast of numerous thrilling hotel and resort options to each budget. The most luxurious places to stay are U by Grand Fiesta, Club Med Cancun Americana, and Beach Palace. If you can’t afford a luxury apartment, pay attention to Hotel Faranda Imperial Laguna Cancun or Grand Royal Lagoon.
Cancun is famous for its thrilling white sand beaches and beautiful azure blue water. But this is not the only attraction in the city. The Mayan Ruins of Chichén Itzá, El Rey Maya Ruins, The Cancun Underwater Museum, El Meco Archaeological Site, and other places of interest should be in ‘Must-Visit’ list of each tourist.
When to visit Cancun?
The warmest time of the year is the period from mid-March to late May, which is considered to be the best time for visiting Cancun. This season is relatively dry and sunny, so you will be able to explore the city and enjoy its nature.
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