Accommodations

Accommodations on Isla Mujera fight for space along the coast, but even in those locations where you don't have direct beach access, you can get a view of the coast from rooms on the highest floors. When you're looking for a bit more privacy, seek out a rental property near the interior of the island. There are multiple types of hotels to pick from on the island, including a bed & breakfast and a pair of resorts. For guests who plan on soaking up some sunshine beside the pool,… more…

Hotels

Hotels on Isla Mujeres vary in price… more…

Villa Complexes

The best beaches on Isla Mujeres are… more…

Activities

Best known as a place to go to do nothing at all, Isla Mujeres is a small island just eight miles across the bay from Cancun. The downtown area is just four by six blocks, and the pace of life is decidedly unhurried and tranquil. Just because most people travel to this destination in hopes… more…

Diving

Isla Mujeres' divers will get to experience part of the second largest… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

One of the most affordable ways to get around Isla Mujeres… more…

Fishing

The channel that exists between Cancun and Isla Mujeres… more…

Beaches

The rocky eastern shore of Isla Mujeres is considered by most to be too dangerous for swimming. Instead, most visitors stick to the… more…

Natural Attractions

Hiking is a great way to get out and explore the landscape of Isla… more…

Restaurants

Connected to mainland Mexico only by ferry, you may think that Isla… more…

Attractions

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Transportation

Located east of the Yucatan Peninsula, just eight miles across the bay… more…

Air Travel

Set just off the coast of mainland Mexico, tourists traveling to Isla… more…

Ferries

The only way to travel to Isla Mujeres, spare sailing a private yacht,… more…

Rental Cars

Renting a car for your stay on the small… more…

Sailing & Boating

Boating is an important part of life on… more…

Taxis

Taxis are a great option for tourists… more…

Snorkeling

Once overlooked as an island that has no great snorkeling to speak of, Isla Mujeres has recently come on the map again as a place known for snorkeling with the largest fish in the world: the whale shark. It has only been in the last few years that this destination has been recognized for its location… more…

Sailing & Boating

Boating is an important part of life on Isla Mujeres, and many visitors… more…

Fishing

The channel that exists between Cancun and Isla Mujeres… more…

Diving

Isla Mujeres' divers will get to experience part of the… more…

Attractions

Popular attractions on Isla Mujeres are certainly what one might consider to be unique. Along with the ubiquitious beaches, there is… more…

Beaches

The rocky eastern shore of Isla Mujeres is considered by most to be too… more…

Natural Attractions

Hiking is a great way to get out and explore the landscape of Isla… more…

Weather

Cancún, Cozumel, and the rest of the Mexican Caribbean have the sun's attention year-round. The region's annual temperature averages a comfortable 80 degrees Fahrenheit (27 degrees Celsius), dipping from time to time as low as 65 degrees Fahrenheit (19 degrees Celsius) in January. In May, the mercury can rise to 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius), though ocean breezes cool the region. In the Yucatan, however,… more…

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