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This Island off the Coast of Cancun Is Paradise

This Island off the Coast of Cancun Is Paradise


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A long weekend of fish tacos

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Rent a golf cart to scoot around Isla Mujeres.

A passing tropical shower had driven tourists under the canopies, but having ordered our first margaritas and guacamole since landing an hour earlier at Cancun International Airport, we were content to wait out the weather before catching the ferry at Puerto Juarez.

The ferry runs every 30 minutes out to Isla Mujeres, a narrow island just off the coast of the popular tourist destination. The ride might only take about 20 minutes, but it transports you to a world apart from the large all-inclusive resorts and crowded beaches of Playa del Carmen. Instead, smaller resorts and a fleet of rentable golf carts lend a more relaxed attitude. A few luxury resorts are tucked away on the island, farther from the pedestrian markets and colorful rental villas.

We disembarked amid a tumble of tourists wrangling suitcases and locals transporting flowers and supplies to their businesses. A friend and I had arrived for five days of the white sand beaches of Playa Norte and eating as much fresh-caught fish as humanly possible.

Crispy fish tacos (on slightly toasted tortillas) with frozen margs at Lola Valentina’s hit the spot and were made all the more relaxing by being consumed on a swing at the bar. The Soggy Peso, located near the island’s midpoint, posted hand-painted signs out front for the taco options: shrimp or lobster. These we ate sitting on plastic lawn chairs with our toes in the sand. Dinner at Javi’s Cantina had only one real option on the oversized one-page menu: the catch of the day, either grilled or Parmesan-crusted.

Those hand-painted signs aren’t just for the catch of the day. Murals and signs decorate the island from the north end’s beaches to the southern point’s sculpture park. One tiny taqueria boasts its “best tamales in the world” alongside its hours against a ‘70s teal. An octopus-haired scuba diver takes up a low wall while a half-man, half-jaguar overlooks a section of the eastern shore.

Although a tropical depression kept the many tour boats docked during our stay, the island’s reefs are popular snorkeling and diving sites and this was prime whale shark migration season. From watersports to sunbathing, Isla Mujeres is one of the secret spots of Mexico’s Caribbean coast.


Map of the Yucatán Peninsula with Cancún visible on its easternmost tip.

The topography of the Cancún city is mostly flat and similar to the other areas on the Yucatán Peninsula, many Cenotes or sinkholes are found. The city serves as a service town for the resort area of Cancún Island. The island measures about 21 km in length and has a maximum width of 400 m. It is separated from Cancún city by the shallow Nichupté lagoon. The island’s “Hotel Zone” is about 23 km long and is connected to the Cancún city by several causeways. The major tourist area is centered on Cancún Island with its hotels, resorts, and many Caribbean-facing white sand beaches.

The resort district of Riviera Maya is situated to the south of Cancún. Many famous Mayan historical sites like Tulum, Muyil, Chacchoben, and Cobá are located near the city of Cancún. Another significant Mayan site, Chichén Itzá, is located about 190 km southwest of Cancún in the neighboring Mexican state of Yucatán. The Cancún International Airport is the second-busiest airport in Mexico.

According to the Köppen climate classification, the city of Cancún experiences a tropical wet and dry climate. The average annual temperature is about 27.1 °C and the city’s climate is moderated by the northeast trade winds. The rainy season is from May to late October and the dry season is from December to April. The city is located in Mexico’s hurricane zone and the hurricane season is from June to November. Some of the significant hurricanes that have struck Cancún include Hurricane Dean, Hurricane Gilbert, and Hurricane Wilma.


Map of the Yucatán Peninsula with Cancún visible on its easternmost tip.

The topography of the Cancún city is mostly flat and similar to the other areas on the Yucatán Peninsula, many Cenotes or sinkholes are found. The city serves as a service town for the resort area of Cancún Island. The island measures about 21 km in length and has a maximum width of 400 m. It is separated from Cancún city by the shallow Nichupté lagoon. The island’s “Hotel Zone” is about 23 km long and is connected to the Cancún city by several causeways. The major tourist area is centered on Cancún Island with its hotels, resorts, and many Caribbean-facing white sand beaches.

The resort district of Riviera Maya is situated to the south of Cancún. Many famous Mayan historical sites like Tulum, Muyil, Chacchoben, and Cobá are located near the city of Cancún. Another significant Mayan site, Chichén Itzá, is located about 190 km southwest of Cancún in the neighboring Mexican state of Yucatán. The Cancún International Airport is the second-busiest airport in Mexico.

According to the Köppen climate classification, the city of Cancún experiences a tropical wet and dry climate. The average annual temperature is about 27.1 °C and the city’s climate is moderated by the northeast trade winds. The rainy season is from May to late October and the dry season is from December to April. The city is located in Mexico’s hurricane zone and the hurricane season is from June to November. Some of the significant hurricanes that have struck Cancún include Hurricane Dean, Hurricane Gilbert, and Hurricane Wilma.


Map of the Yucatán Peninsula with Cancún visible on its easternmost tip.

The topography of the Cancún city is mostly flat and similar to the other areas on the Yucatán Peninsula, many Cenotes or sinkholes are found. The city serves as a service town for the resort area of Cancún Island. The island measures about 21 km in length and has a maximum width of 400 m. It is separated from Cancún city by the shallow Nichupté lagoon. The island’s “Hotel Zone” is about 23 km long and is connected to the Cancún city by several causeways. The major tourist area is centered on Cancún Island with its hotels, resorts, and many Caribbean-facing white sand beaches.

The resort district of Riviera Maya is situated to the south of Cancún. Many famous Mayan historical sites like Tulum, Muyil, Chacchoben, and Cobá are located near the city of Cancún. Another significant Mayan site, Chichén Itzá, is located about 190 km southwest of Cancún in the neighboring Mexican state of Yucatán. The Cancún International Airport is the second-busiest airport in Mexico.

According to the Köppen climate classification, the city of Cancún experiences a tropical wet and dry climate. The average annual temperature is about 27.1 °C and the city’s climate is moderated by the northeast trade winds. The rainy season is from May to late October and the dry season is from December to April. The city is located in Mexico’s hurricane zone and the hurricane season is from June to November. Some of the significant hurricanes that have struck Cancún include Hurricane Dean, Hurricane Gilbert, and Hurricane Wilma.


Map of the Yucatán Peninsula with Cancún visible on its easternmost tip.

The topography of the Cancún city is mostly flat and similar to the other areas on the Yucatán Peninsula, many Cenotes or sinkholes are found. The city serves as a service town for the resort area of Cancún Island. The island measures about 21 km in length and has a maximum width of 400 m. It is separated from Cancún city by the shallow Nichupté lagoon. The island’s “Hotel Zone” is about 23 km long and is connected to the Cancún city by several causeways. The major tourist area is centered on Cancún Island with its hotels, resorts, and many Caribbean-facing white sand beaches.

The resort district of Riviera Maya is situated to the south of Cancún. Many famous Mayan historical sites like Tulum, Muyil, Chacchoben, and Cobá are located near the city of Cancún. Another significant Mayan site, Chichén Itzá, is located about 190 km southwest of Cancún in the neighboring Mexican state of Yucatán. The Cancún International Airport is the second-busiest airport in Mexico.

According to the Köppen climate classification, the city of Cancún experiences a tropical wet and dry climate. The average annual temperature is about 27.1 °C and the city’s climate is moderated by the northeast trade winds. The rainy season is from May to late October and the dry season is from December to April. The city is located in Mexico’s hurricane zone and the hurricane season is from June to November. Some of the significant hurricanes that have struck Cancún include Hurricane Dean, Hurricane Gilbert, and Hurricane Wilma.


Map of the Yucatán Peninsula with Cancún visible on its easternmost tip.

The topography of the Cancún city is mostly flat and similar to the other areas on the Yucatán Peninsula, many Cenotes or sinkholes are found. The city serves as a service town for the resort area of Cancún Island. The island measures about 21 km in length and has a maximum width of 400 m. It is separated from Cancún city by the shallow Nichupté lagoon. The island’s “Hotel Zone” is about 23 km long and is connected to the Cancún city by several causeways. The major tourist area is centered on Cancún Island with its hotels, resorts, and many Caribbean-facing white sand beaches.

The resort district of Riviera Maya is situated to the south of Cancún. Many famous Mayan historical sites like Tulum, Muyil, Chacchoben, and Cobá are located near the city of Cancún. Another significant Mayan site, Chichén Itzá, is located about 190 km southwest of Cancún in the neighboring Mexican state of Yucatán. The Cancún International Airport is the second-busiest airport in Mexico.

According to the Köppen climate classification, the city of Cancún experiences a tropical wet and dry climate. The average annual temperature is about 27.1 °C and the city’s climate is moderated by the northeast trade winds. The rainy season is from May to late October and the dry season is from December to April. The city is located in Mexico’s hurricane zone and the hurricane season is from June to November. Some of the significant hurricanes that have struck Cancún include Hurricane Dean, Hurricane Gilbert, and Hurricane Wilma.


Map of the Yucatán Peninsula with Cancún visible on its easternmost tip.

The topography of the Cancún city is mostly flat and similar to the other areas on the Yucatán Peninsula, many Cenotes or sinkholes are found. The city serves as a service town for the resort area of Cancún Island. The island measures about 21 km in length and has a maximum width of 400 m. It is separated from Cancún city by the shallow Nichupté lagoon. The island’s “Hotel Zone” is about 23 km long and is connected to the Cancún city by several causeways. The major tourist area is centered on Cancún Island with its hotels, resorts, and many Caribbean-facing white sand beaches.

The resort district of Riviera Maya is situated to the south of Cancún. Many famous Mayan historical sites like Tulum, Muyil, Chacchoben, and Cobá are located near the city of Cancún. Another significant Mayan site, Chichén Itzá, is located about 190 km southwest of Cancún in the neighboring Mexican state of Yucatán. The Cancún International Airport is the second-busiest airport in Mexico.

According to the Köppen climate classification, the city of Cancún experiences a tropical wet and dry climate. The average annual temperature is about 27.1 °C and the city’s climate is moderated by the northeast trade winds. The rainy season is from May to late October and the dry season is from December to April. The city is located in Mexico’s hurricane zone and the hurricane season is from June to November. Some of the significant hurricanes that have struck Cancún include Hurricane Dean, Hurricane Gilbert, and Hurricane Wilma.


Map of the Yucatán Peninsula with Cancún visible on its easternmost tip.

The topography of the Cancún city is mostly flat and similar to the other areas on the Yucatán Peninsula, many Cenotes or sinkholes are found. The city serves as a service town for the resort area of Cancún Island. The island measures about 21 km in length and has a maximum width of 400 m. It is separated from Cancún city by the shallow Nichupté lagoon. The island’s “Hotel Zone” is about 23 km long and is connected to the Cancún city by several causeways. The major tourist area is centered on Cancún Island with its hotels, resorts, and many Caribbean-facing white sand beaches.

The resort district of Riviera Maya is situated to the south of Cancún. Many famous Mayan historical sites like Tulum, Muyil, Chacchoben, and Cobá are located near the city of Cancún. Another significant Mayan site, Chichén Itzá, is located about 190 km southwest of Cancún in the neighboring Mexican state of Yucatán. The Cancún International Airport is the second-busiest airport in Mexico.

According to the Köppen climate classification, the city of Cancún experiences a tropical wet and dry climate. The average annual temperature is about 27.1 °C and the city’s climate is moderated by the northeast trade winds. The rainy season is from May to late October and the dry season is from December to April. The city is located in Mexico’s hurricane zone and the hurricane season is from June to November. Some of the significant hurricanes that have struck Cancún include Hurricane Dean, Hurricane Gilbert, and Hurricane Wilma.


Map of the Yucatán Peninsula with Cancún visible on its easternmost tip.

The topography of the Cancún city is mostly flat and similar to the other areas on the Yucatán Peninsula, many Cenotes or sinkholes are found. The city serves as a service town for the resort area of Cancún Island. The island measures about 21 km in length and has a maximum width of 400 m. It is separated from Cancún city by the shallow Nichupté lagoon. The island’s “Hotel Zone” is about 23 km long and is connected to the Cancún city by several causeways. The major tourist area is centered on Cancún Island with its hotels, resorts, and many Caribbean-facing white sand beaches.

The resort district of Riviera Maya is situated to the south of Cancún. Many famous Mayan historical sites like Tulum, Muyil, Chacchoben, and Cobá are located near the city of Cancún. Another significant Mayan site, Chichén Itzá, is located about 190 km southwest of Cancún in the neighboring Mexican state of Yucatán. The Cancún International Airport is the second-busiest airport in Mexico.

According to the Köppen climate classification, the city of Cancún experiences a tropical wet and dry climate. The average annual temperature is about 27.1 °C and the city’s climate is moderated by the northeast trade winds. The rainy season is from May to late October and the dry season is from December to April. The city is located in Mexico’s hurricane zone and the hurricane season is from June to November. Some of the significant hurricanes that have struck Cancún include Hurricane Dean, Hurricane Gilbert, and Hurricane Wilma.


Map of the Yucatán Peninsula with Cancún visible on its easternmost tip.

The topography of the Cancún city is mostly flat and similar to the other areas on the Yucatán Peninsula, many Cenotes or sinkholes are found. The city serves as a service town for the resort area of Cancún Island. The island measures about 21 km in length and has a maximum width of 400 m. It is separated from Cancún city by the shallow Nichupté lagoon. The island’s “Hotel Zone” is about 23 km long and is connected to the Cancún city by several causeways. The major tourist area is centered on Cancún Island with its hotels, resorts, and many Caribbean-facing white sand beaches.

The resort district of Riviera Maya is situated to the south of Cancún. Many famous Mayan historical sites like Tulum, Muyil, Chacchoben, and Cobá are located near the city of Cancún. Another significant Mayan site, Chichén Itzá, is located about 190 km southwest of Cancún in the neighboring Mexican state of Yucatán. The Cancún International Airport is the second-busiest airport in Mexico.

According to the Köppen climate classification, the city of Cancún experiences a tropical wet and dry climate. The average annual temperature is about 27.1 °C and the city’s climate is moderated by the northeast trade winds. The rainy season is from May to late October and the dry season is from December to April. The city is located in Mexico’s hurricane zone and the hurricane season is from June to November. Some of the significant hurricanes that have struck Cancún include Hurricane Dean, Hurricane Gilbert, and Hurricane Wilma.


Map of the Yucatán Peninsula with Cancún visible on its easternmost tip.

The topography of the Cancún city is mostly flat and similar to the other areas on the Yucatán Peninsula, many Cenotes or sinkholes are found. The city serves as a service town for the resort area of Cancún Island. The island measures about 21 km in length and has a maximum width of 400 m. It is separated from Cancún city by the shallow Nichupté lagoon. The island’s “Hotel Zone” is about 23 km long and is connected to the Cancún city by several causeways. The major tourist area is centered on Cancún Island with its hotels, resorts, and many Caribbean-facing white sand beaches.

The resort district of Riviera Maya is situated to the south of Cancún. Many famous Mayan historical sites like Tulum, Muyil, Chacchoben, and Cobá are located near the city of Cancún. Another significant Mayan site, Chichén Itzá, is located about 190 km southwest of Cancún in the neighboring Mexican state of Yucatán. The Cancún International Airport is the second-busiest airport in Mexico.

According to the Köppen climate classification, the city of Cancún experiences a tropical wet and dry climate. The average annual temperature is about 27.1 °C and the city’s climate is moderated by the northeast trade winds. The rainy season is from May to late October and the dry season is from December to April. The city is located in Mexico’s hurricane zone and the hurricane season is from June to November. Some of the significant hurricanes that have struck Cancún include Hurricane Dean, Hurricane Gilbert, and Hurricane Wilma.


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