Cancun, a seaside city in Quintana Roo, is one of the world’s best known tourist resorts. It is Mexico’s most popular destination with a population of over 526,000 inhabitants. From being a tiny settlement, the city has rapidly developed into a hub for tourist activity.
Cancun’s climate is warm and pleasant with temperatures ranging from 26° C to 36° C. Hotel rooms are always equipped with air conditioners owing to the warm and humid climate. Periodic marine breeze is also experienced all day long.
Cancun developed rapidly in the 1980s and became a flourishing tourism centre before being damaged by Hurricane Wilma in 2005. Due to the efforts made by the government, the city was able to effectively rebuild itself. The beaches were restored and hotels had the opportunity to upgrade their services.
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