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Explore the Wonders of Cancún

Discover the Best Activities Cancún has to Offer You

For all those who have ever dreamed of finding everything within a tropical paradise, Cancun is the ideal destination. The perfect blend of luxury, natural wonders, culture, archeological sites, nightly entertainment, and exciting ecotourism parks.

In Seadust Cancun Family Resort we have a privileged location near the most popular outdoor activities such as snorkeling, kayaking, paddle boarding, and diving. If this wasn’t enough, our position in the Hotel Zone provides easy access to shopping centers, restaurants, and the famous nightlife of Cancun.

Adventurous visitors who wish to explore the secrets of the Mayan world and the rich history of the area can travel to Chichén Itzá, or visit the Mayan ruins of Tulum or Coba, which are approximately two hours away, by car. If you prefer not to go too far away, El Meco archaeological zone is perfect to enjoy with your family.

Since 1970, Cancun has been one of the favorite places to visit for both national and international tourists. Due to the quality of its infrastructure and natural attractions, it is today one of the most popular destinations in the world.

Underwater Museum of Art (MUSA)

Built in 2009, this unique underwater museum consists of over 500 permanent life-size sculptures that form part of a complex reef structure for marine life. View the museum from a glass bottom boat or on a snorkeling or scuba diving excursion.

“El Rey” Mayan Ruins

The “El Rey” Mayan Ruins are among of the most significant archeological sites in Cancún. This former Mayan town is home to hundreds of iguanas today, so be sure to bring your camera. The ruins are open for exploration between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

Garrafon Park

Located just 25 miles from the hotel on Isla Mujeres, Garrafon Park is famous for its beauty and outstanding recreational activities. This is the place to go kayaking, snorkeling, zip-lining, bicycling, swimming with dolphins and more.

The Tulum Archaeological Site

Dating back 700 years, the enchanting Mayan ruins of Tulum boasts a beautiful beach and is the only Mayan city built on a coast. The ruins feature a castle overlooking the sea and a temple with ancient murals.

Plaza Forum – Entertainment Area

Located in the heart of Cancún, Plaza Forum is the city’s foremost shopping and entertainment district. Enjoy dozens of shops, restaurants, nightclubs and more.

Ventura Park

Plan a day of fun in the sun at this amusement and waterpark overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Ventura Park is home to rollercoasters, zip-lines, dolphins, a wave pool, slides, a go-kart track, game center and more.

La Isla Shopping Mall

This upscale shopping mall offers all the top international brands, as well as boat rides, a family entertainment center and an interactive aquarium where you can swim with dolphins and sharks.

Mayan Museum

The beautiful and modern Mayan Museum features 350 archeological artifacts that were painstakingly collected over 30 years, including 14,000-year-old skeletal remains.

Playa Delfines

Escape to this peaceful beach, located just beyond the bustle of the Hotel Zone. Playa Delfines translates to “Dolphin Beach” and is one of the best places around to spot these playful creatures. Parking is free and there’s no fee to enter.

Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza was one of the largest Mayan cities and features a wide range of ancient architectural styles. With an estimated 1.4 million visitors every year, Chichen Itza is one of the most popular attractions in Mexico.

Cozumel Parks

Fly or take a ferry to beautiful Cozumel Island, located just 51 miles south of Cancún in the Caribbean Sea. With amazing snorkeling, white sand beaches, archeological sites and museums, Cozumel’s parks are a must-see.

Plaza Las Americas


Rio Secreto Underground River

Observe natural history dating back millions of years at this stunning underground river, featuring thousands of dramatic stalactites and stalagmites. Hike and swim on a guided tour down this unforgettable waterway.

Market 28



This ancient archeological site is well worth a day trip. Between 200 and 800 A.D., Cobá was one of the biggest metropolises of the Mayan world. The settlement has over 6,500 structures, but only three groups of excavated buildings are open to visitors. Highlights include a “church” pyramid, Mayan stelae monuments, a temple with wall paintings and one of the tallest buildings in the Mayan area.

Puerto Cancún Marina Town Center



Xcaret is an eco-archaeological park where you can experience the best of Mexico all in one place. The park features more than 50 exciting things to do, including a traditional Fiesta Charra, Mayan ball game, jaguar and butterfly exhibits, snorkeling, swimming in an underground river and swimming with dolphins.

Cancún Wax Museum

Explore the Cancun Wax Museum, placed on the Hotel Zone of the city it offers a hyperrealist experience with emblematic figures either national and international. Highlighted by its surprising collection of characters from movies, music, sports, infants and horror. The museum is the perfect oportunity to have fun and take some pictures with for favorite characters.

Flamingo Mall


Cancun International Airport


Kukulkan Plaza


Benito Juárez Municipality


Xel-Há Park


Xplor Park







Archaeological Zone El Meco