Mexico | Cancun | 7-days itinerary

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1. Boarding in Cancun. The charter will start from Cancun, after landing spend the afternoon cruising in the beautiful bay, enjoying  cocktails and a gourmet dinner on board. Anchor overnight in the bay or the Marina. 2. Holbox 6 hours cruising North is Holbox Island with its small town with beautiful beaches and lagoon.The last week of the year has the bioluminescent phenomenon, best seen from a  very quiet location at overnight anchor. 3. Isla Mujeres This is a beautiful small island east of Cancun, with different attractions: The north beach has very clear blue water and white sand which is great for swimming. There is diving in MUSA (underwater museum) and a pretty town to walk around with cosy restaurants. Or you can enjoy a top class dinner on board in a beautiful location and stay overnight. 4 & 5. Cozumel This is the largest island in Mexico and known as one of the best  places in the world to dive. The water clarity is amazing. We recommend spending 2 days on this island, with its many different beautiful areas for diving and cruising.  There are several recommended restaurants in town, one of which is a museum. The Marina is very protected and so a great place to overnight. 6. Tulum A three hour cruise south and you will discover this mystical place by the sea, with its ancient and remarkable Mayan ruins. This is a wonderful area to spend the day and enjoy seafood and cocktails on board.  It is recommended you overnight at Marina Puerto Aventuras. 7. Puerto Morelos & Punta Maroma Heading back in the direction of Cancun you can discover Punta Maroma – a private beach perfect for snorkelling and swimming. Puerto Morelos is a quiet town with a pleasant marina with services and is almost the same distance to Cancun airport as the Marina at Puerto Cancun.

Cancún, a Mexican city on the Yucatán Peninsula bordering the Caribbean Sea, is known for its beaches, numerous resorts and nightlife. It’s composed of 2 distinct areas: the more traditional downtown area, El Centro, and Zona Hotelera, a long, beachfront strip of high-rise hotels, nightclubs, shops and restaurants. Cancun is also a famed destination for students during universities’ spring break period.