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.
While travel has slowed to a halt during the COVID-19 health crisis and subsequent stay at home orders, we know that this is a temporary situation, and it’s okay to start looking ahead and planning your next vacation. Indeed, after this is all over, we will all need a vacation!
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:
Villa del Palmar Cancun understands the importance of this sweetheart occasion and is ready with all of the perfect elements needed to create a special Valentine’s vacation.
If you are planning to travel to Cancun anytime in 2020, you should definitely take a look at amazing events in Cancun, Isla Mujeres and the Riviera Maya that we have listed for you.
Cenotes is the name given to the magical deep waterholes that are located throughout Cancun and the Riviera Maya. These natural wells are said to be the result of the fallout from a meteor that crashed into what is now the gulf of Mexico millions of years ago. Together with the help of mother nature over time, these deep wells with their subterranean rivers and caves have become the beauty spots for which the region is renowned. Cenote tours in Cancun never fail to inspire and leave you mesmerized. Cenotes Each of the cenotes near Cancun are unique, varying in depth, circumference and vegetation. Some have access to navigable underground river systems, some offer caves with stalactites and stalagmites for you to explore; some are more suitable for young families, while others are more suitable for extreme adventure. The experience is sure to be unlike anything you have encountered before. Sacred Energy Centers For the ancient Maya, cenotes were more than just beauty spots to be explored and enjoyed, they were a source of life …
It is that cold time of year again, winter time! If you are looking to escape from the chill of winter, Cancun is the perfect destination to visit with an average year-round temperature of 86 degrees Fahrenheit.