If it’s pure, unadulterated fun you’re after, Mexico’s favourite holiday spot is sure to impress. Rich in things to see and do, both day and night, Cancun offers some of the best beaches on the Mexican Riviera with exceptional quality all-inclusive hotels and resorts that will make your stay a breeze.
The ideal twin destination to a glamorous trip to Las Vegas, Cancun offers the freedom of golden beaches, adrenaline-fuelled watersports and lively nightlife; we recommend visiting Coco Bongos, one of Cancun’s best night time venues, for a show like no other. During the day, indulge in a spot of designer shopping, or take to the waters for some snorkelling and diving that will introduce you to Mexico’s vibrant sea life including turtles, rays and bull sharks.
If you’re a night owl looking for a slice of paradise infused with after-dark fun, Cancun has to be next on your list.
Cancun Riviera’s dry season lasts from mid November to mid April. Temperatures lower slightly as the strong trade winds cool the coast and dry the humid air of summer.
The rainy season in Cancun Riviera coincides with hurricane season, extending from June to November. The wettest months are September and October, although you will still find lots of sun. Temperatures rise, along with humidity, but there is always a cooling breeze along the coast.
Cancun Riviera’s tropical weather is lovely most of the year and with over 200 days of full sun, you really can’t go wrong. May to July provides a sweet spot as the high season has finished, weather is warm, and there are no hurricanes.
Cancun’s dry season sees slightly cooler temperatures and reduced humidity. Lasting from November to April, the dry season offers great beach weather and rain is rare.
The tropical waters surrounding Cancun are bathwater warm and best enjoyed between December and April, when the temperatures are hot, there is a low chance of rain, and humidity hasn’t risen to summer levels yet.
May to October sees an increase in temperature and rainfall in Cancun, with July and August the hottest, most humid months. Hurricane season officially runs from 1st June to 30th November, although September and October are the months most likely to see a hurricane.
Playa Mujeres enjoys a hot, sunny, dry period between December and June. During this time the temperatures are always warm but tempered by cooling sea breezes and humidity and the chance of rain is low.
Perched idyllically on Mexico’s Caribbean coast, Playa Mujeres’ blue seas and white sand beaches are perfect much of the year. Our favourite time is May to July, when the weather is hot and sunny but humidity low and crowds are thinned.
Rainy season starts around June in Playa Mujeres while September and October generally see the most rain. This also coincides with hurricane season, although the risk is low. Rainstorms are brief and followed by blue skies.