Museo Subacuático de Arte
Built to divert divers away from deteriorating coral reefs, this one-of-a-kind aquatic museum features 403 life-size sculptures in the...
About 30km south of Cancún, this former crocodile farm now calls itself a '100% conservationist project' that protects the area's...
Cancún Underwater Museum
Work began on the Cancún Underwater Museum in late 2009. The aquatic ‘museum’ will eventually feature some 400 sculptures by Jason de...
Bills itself as ‘the home of rock and roll,’ and features live bands and a jumbo Jacuzzi that’s made to look a bit like a cenote but is...
It’s muy caro (expensive), but the excellent international cuisine is worth it.
Lonely Planet review
Dedicated chiefly to Ixchel, Maya goddess of the moon and fertility, this temple was 'discovered' by Francisco Hernández de Córdoba's expedition in 1517. The conquistadors found various clay female figures here; whether they were all likenesses of Ixchel or instead represented several goddesses is unclear. In 1988, Hurricane Gilbert almost completely destroyed the ruins.