Besides the Beach...

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  1. royale

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    So besides going to the beach, walmart, clubs.. What else is there to do in Cancun? I heard you can take a trip out to Mujers Island..is that worth it?
    Also isnt there some type of jungle tour? Have you guys done any of that?
     
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    There are a million things to do in Cancun....

    Mayan Ruins, Jungle Tours, Isla Mujeres, Booze Cruises, Snorkeling, Swim with Dolphins, Go Downtown, Hit the markets, other tours and activities...

    you can do as much or as little as you want. Just do the research and have options when you get down there.

    You can book many of the activities right at your hotel.
     
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    Parasailing, shopping at the mall or the flea market, picking up chicks at the hotel pool, filling prescriptions, etc.

    Jungle tour is fun. Definitely recommended. You get to drive a mini speedboat somewhere with the group and snorkle for half an hour.
     
  5. royale

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    wow nice! Thanks everyone for all that awesome info to fill my iteinary with! That mayan ruins and jungle tour sounds good.. considering I m not a good swimmer I will stay away from the snorkling :)
     
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    You don't need to know how to swim to snorkle. You wear a life jacket and stay on the surface and put your head underneath the water ever once a while to see the fishes.
     
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    sushi.
     
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    Going into Town during the day and visiting the local stores/bars, and shopping is all fun. There is a Flea Market to buy all your souveiners too..

    Tons of trips, Horseback riding, ATVing, and the Jungle tour..
     
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    Yeah You'd think that I went to Xel Ha (Beautiful place well worth a visit) and I'm not a strong swimmer and i swam out about 20 metres and all of a sudden rememberd i suck at swimming and had to flap my way back!
     
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    wow no way... life jackets huh? that is tight.. how much does it cost to see the fishes?
     
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