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Cancún is nothing if not resilient. Consider the debilitating effects Hurricane Wilma had on the region in 2005 — drowned shores, destroyed storefronts and capsized boats. But now, this skinny “7”-shaped barrier island in southeastern Mexico is once again a go-to spot for beaches, golfing and nightlife. Cancún also remains one of the most affordable vacation destinations in the Western Hemisphere — you could pay less than $600 per person for an all-inclusive vacation along these Yucatán sands, even during the self-indulgent spring break season.
So what’s there to do here? Cancún’s beaches are spectacular spots to try some jet skiing and parasailing. And there’s also a host of after-hours activities; be sure to check out the acrobatic dance performances at the Coco Bongo Cancún. This area is also close to one of the most recognizable sites of Mexico — don’t miss out on the chance to behold Chichén Itzá, a large Mayan archaeological site that is one of the new Seven Wonders of the World.