Cancun is truly diverse in what it has to offer. Whether you’re a beach-lover, a water explorer, or interested in historical ruins, a trip to Cancun is sure to leave you satisfied and with fond memories to last a lifetime. We have compiled a list of some great options on what to do in Cancun in 2021, suitable for the solo travelers, the couples, and the large families!
Are you traveling soon? Villa del Palmar Cancun provides convenient on-site COVID-19 testing for guests staying at the resort.
Twice a year the earth experiences what is called an equinox, which literally translated means “equal night.” In both March and September around the 20th to 21st, the light of the sun hits the earth directly on the equator meaning that the length of the day and night are more or less equal. In the northern hemisphere, March 20, 2021 marks the Spring equinox
You might be wondering what Cancun, Mexico is like right now, and if it’s going to be a good option for family spring break vacations this year.
When it comes to spring break, you usually have only one week to travel, so you want to make the most of it. When deciding where to spend your spring break in 2020, keep in mind the following:
There is no denying that the incredible legacy left by the ancient Mayans in Mexico’s stunning Yucatan area makes taking a vacation in Cancun and the Riviera Maya a unique experience. Unlike most beach destinations, the Yucatan Peninsula provides visitors with an unbeatable cultural richness. The Mayan culture is renowned for its contributions to architecture, mathematics and astronomy as well as for developing an accurate calendar. Such was their dedication to documenting and observing the movement of the sun and the planets that both the winter and summer solstices, and the spring and fall equinoxes, were important dates each year for the Mayans. They would observe the night’s sky and note the changing position of the setting sun to guide their agricultural patterns and rituals. Midsummer Solstice This year, the Midsummer Solstice in the northern hemisphere will take place on June 21st, where you will witness the longest day and the shortest night of 2021. In the southern hemisphere, people will witness the shortest day and the longest night, celebrating what is called the Winter …
It’s sweater weather, and pumpkin spice is in the air! The Thanksgiving holiday is approaching, and it’s a good time to make some travel plans. Mexico is one of the best travel destinations for your fall holiday. If you’re thinking about packing your bags and heading to Mexico, consider Cancun as your destination. The weather is fantastic this time of year, and you can find some amazing fall travel deals!
As the holiday season approaches, many people are asking themselves the same question: is it safe to travel to celebrate the holidays this year? If you are weighing the pros and cons of traveling during the pandemic, we have put together a list of tips for holiday travel safety in 2020.
Cancun has been on lockdown during the past two months and many resorts and activities were forced to close due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but Cancun is ready to welcome visitors again in June 2020.
Villa del Palmar Cancun Luxury Beach Resort & Spa reopened with full services on May 30th, 2020. At Tafer Hotels & Resorts, we care deeply about the health of our guests and staff. We want to give you a resort update and let you know what we have been doing to ensure that everyone at our resort stays safe.