Cancun

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The biologists running the Croco-Cun Zoo, an animal farm just north of Puerto Morelos, have collected specimens of many of the reptiles and some of the mammals indigenous to the area. — Fodor's
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Delphines Public Beach, the first beach on the strip, offers a wide swath of cool white sand and fresh blue sea to explore. — Afar Magazine
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One of the largest botanical gardens in Mexico, this 65-hectare reserve has about 2km of trails and sections dedicated to epiphytes (orchids and bromeliads), palms, ferns, succulents. — Lonely Planet
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In the Zona Arqueológica El Rey, on the west side of Blvd Kukulcán, there’s a small temple and several ceremonial platforms. — Lonely Planet
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There are a lot of rocks, but the water is a stunning turquoise; moreover, the beach is close to shopping centers and the party zone, so there are plenty of restaurants nearby. — Fodor's
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Best enjoyed on a snorkel or dive tour. — Afar Magazine
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Small, placid "Lobster Beach" has safe waters and gentle waves that make it a popular swimming spot for families and Spring Breakers alike. — Fodor's
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Also known as Whale Beach, this is a raw stretch of sand and crystal water at Km 14.5 between the Hard Rock Hotel and Secrets The Vine. — Fodor's
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Open from sun-up to sun-down, this colorful nature park is a favorite spot for families, school field trips, and local runners. — Travel + Leisure
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Accessible via a road next to Kukulcán Plaza, "Marlin Beach" is a seductive stretch of sand in the heart of the Zona Hotelera at Km. — Fodor's
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— Travel + Leisure
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While immersed in the Museo Maya de Cancun you'll forget all about the resorts outside and instead be transported back onto the Mayan trade route. — Afar Magazine
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