Expert Travel Advice to Cancun

Top Answers To Cancun Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Perhaps this article, "Family Travel Survival Guide: Cancun," will help answer some of your questions: http://away.com/features/family-travel-survival-guide-cancun-1.html. Not sure I'd sweat the travel insurance too much (don't quote me on that if a hurricane strikes!).
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    Hate to be facetious, but that all depends on where you eat. You can choose from budget cantinas for about $5/meal to ultra-luxe gourmet restaurants where you'll drop three figures or more on dinner. And, as this is Cancun we're talking about, you're not going to find many bargains in the heavily touristy Hotel Zone. Expect to pay here the same as what you might at home. Go a little further afield to eke out better prices, though you'll also pay a premium at more remote resorts where the establishment's restaurant is your only option.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Lisa, you won't have to walk far to find someone offering parasailing trips off the beach in Cancun. For some added peace of mind, you might try booking ahead of time to avoid going with some dodgy ripoff merchant. Aquaworld (www.aquaworld.com.mx), which offers activities in Cancun and Cozumel, offers ocean or lagoon-side "flights" for $45 per person + tax. They also offer a bunch of other excursions, including snorkeling, scuba diving, and submarine and jungle tours.
  • jadowrao answered:
    I would suggest :Moon Palace " in cancun , it is very exotic, service excellent, food very good to excellent. there are shops for the shopoholic, beach for the water lovers. I am sure you will have excellent time of your life and you may want to back again the next time.

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