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8 of the Most Instagrammed Spots in Cancun

We just can’t help it can we? Love it or hate it, there’s no getting away from the fact we now live in a world full of social media, however, it’s a great way to share your life and travels through pictures with family and friends. So, as our destination of the month is Cancun, we bring you eight of the most Instagrammed spots in this beautiful resort.

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Coco Bongo

Vegas certainly meet’s Cancun at this world famous nightclub. From the time you arrive, you’ll enjoy nonstop performances such as live bands, acrobats, musicians and those fun confetti and balloon showers. And if that’s not enough, be prepared to dance the night away into the early hours.  If you love to party, a trip to Coco Bongo’s is a must!

Senor Frogs

Senor Frogs is a restaurant by day and nightclub by night. One thing’s for sure, from the minute you step inside, you are guaranteed a good time. The staff here really know how to party and encourage you to join in all the fun. With live music and competitions, they’ll have you busting moves on the dance floor in no time. If you are feeling brave, why not try the indoor waterslide that will shoot you out into the lagoon?

Xcaret Park

Located on the edge of the Caribbean Sea, the eco-archaeological Xcaret Park is a top day out for all ages, packed with over 50 activities such as snorkelling, underground caves and wildlife. It’s also a great place to step back in time and discover Mexico’s old Mayan traditions. When the sun goes down, take your seats for the spectacular show, a celebration of light and colour.

#cenote #mexico #cancun #playadelcarmen  #explore #chichenitza #mayanriviera #mayan #xcaretpark #xcaret

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Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the most famous Mayan cities dating back as far as 600AD. The most recognised structure standing in the centre of Chichen Itza is the Temple of Kukulkan also known as El Castillo. A light and sound show is also available on an evening if you fancy something a little bit different.

Absolutely amazing! #chichenitza #mayanruins

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Isla Mujeres

Isla Mujeres is an island located just 13 kilometres off the coast of Cancun. This relaxing fishing village is a great place to enjoy some snorkelling, diving or fishing. Of course, you could just chill on the stunning white sandy beach. When it’s time for lunch Isla Mujeres has some exceptionally good restaurants serving up some tasty seafood.

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Cancun Beach

Miles and miles of warm powdery white sand and clear turquoise water pretty much sums up Cancun Beach.  It’s a great place to take part in some watersports, or you could just spend the day relaxing and recharging your batteries after a night at Senor Frogs or Coco Bongo.

Tulum

These Mayan ruins have a pretty spectacular setting, built on a cliffside right on the edge of the Caribbean Sea. After a walk around the ruins, head down to the beach for a swim, you know it makes sense.

Xel-Ha

Xel-Ha is an All Inclusive eco-water theme park. It really is one big natural aquarium where you can snorkel, dive, discover cenotes or simply just float lazily on an inflatable ring through the warm waters.

#xelha#vacation#travelingram

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