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All reviews hotel zone main avenue long avenue both sides zona hotelera nice walk downtown cancun great shopping pesos per person lagoon side la isla playa delfines flea market coco bongo stalls clubs crocodiles
This is THE street or avenue in Cacun hotel zone... it goes all over the island and in one side you have the Nichupte Lagoon and in the other the wonderful hotels by the sea. If you like to walk or jog this is the...More
Avenida Kulkakan is the main road in Cancun, Mexico. It gives you easy access to any place you'd like to visit in Cancun. But, what called my attention the most is how extremely clean this avenue is! For a city where millions of tourists visit...More
We were leery to leave the Hyatt Ziva property, due to crime in Cancun. Our hotel told us it was fine to walk 5 mins into the local shopping area to do some shopping. They said crime was downtown and to stay away from cabbing...More
Kukulcán is the main road in the hotel zone. It runs the entire length of the island about 30 KM from the airport to downtown and past every major resort in Cancun.
On one side is the lagoon and on the other is the Caribbean....More
Along this avenue as soon as you come out onto the road from Sectrets The Vine turn left.The very first company you come to on the lagoon side is a must.They offer Jungle Tours that include speed boat rides to a protected coral reef then...More
We visited this part of Cancun by hopping on a local bud which costs 12 pesetas .We went to the local beach after standing in the queue to get our photo at the Cancun sign.We had lunch on the beach and a swim.Huge waves.We walked...More
You can't get away from the Kukulcan Boulevard....it runs the length of the hotel zone. Beach on one side, lagoon on the other. Hotels on the beach side and restaurants & shops on lagoon side. You can take the R1 or R2 buses for $12...More