Travel at a Glance

Cancun has been open to tourists longer than most destinations and has successfully kept both visitors and locals safe. This is great news since visitors are loving their time here in the sun, mostly thanks to enforced capacity rates keeping hotels and resorts comfortably uncrowded, ideal temperatures all year long and plenty of attractions to keep everyone happy. Check out the stats and information below to get a quick glimpse at the current state of traveling to Mexico.
Travel at a glance
Travel at a glance

Temperate weather and reduced capacity means a travel experience like no other


Hotels and resorts in Cancun can only operate at 60% of their capacity.



December 83°/68°

January 82°/67°

February 83°/67°

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Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Calgary, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Philadelphia, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, Montreal, New York, Orlando, Phoenix, Salt Lake, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto and Washington, D.C.

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Cancun is just a short flight from the US


Flying to Cancun is just two hours or less from Florida, and four hours or less from over half of the United States.


Chichén Itzá, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the most visited Maya ruin in Mexico, is a scenic two-hour drive from Cancun.


Number of golf courses in and around Cancun, including several designed by Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman.

Cancun is one of the world's premier destinations for golfing

“The resorts are only allowed a certain amount of guests, so there was plenty of personal space in the common areas, restaurants and bars. And the beach! Everyone was so spread out, it felt like we all had our own private beach. All in all, I felt happy, relaxed, safe, and my mental attitude improved so much within 24 hours at this spectacular resort.”

- Jon H.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now requires proof of negative COVID-19 test to enter the U.S. Many large resort chains are offering free COVID testing on-site with results in less than 24 hours as well as free or discounted extended stays for people that test positive in destination to ease concerns about international travel. Talk to your travel professional about testing options for your international vacation.

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