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Cancun is located in southeastern Mexico, on the northeast coast of the Yucatán Peninsula, in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. Cancun is surrounded by the breathtaking Caribbean Sea, soft coral sands, and the striking shade
of turquoise that reflects from its crystal-clear waters. The mystical ruins take you on an incredible journey back to the Mayan civilization. The archaeological zone of El Rey or El Templo del Alacrán (the Temple of the Scorpion) will amaze you. If you are into nature, you’ll love Xel-Ha, a local natural aquarium. Visiting the Secret River will take you closer to
Buses are the least expensive way to get around Cancun. Buses have routes from the Hotel Zone to almost anywhere in the surrounding areas (Mexican coins only).
• R1 – R2 – R15 – R27 all travel within the Hotel Zone. These routes will take you to the Congress venue.
• There is also the Bus One (white bus), which is the only bus with air conditioning, traveling in the Hotel Zone.
• R2–R15 goes to Walmart and the Market 28 in Downtown Cancun.
• R1 takes you to Puerto Juarez where you can catch the ferry to Isla Mujeres.
• R27 takes you to Plaza Las Americas.
You can take a taxi to almost anywhere in Cancun. The only restriction is that taxis are not allowed to collect from the airport. The airport has its own taxi system.
Taxi fares are set by how many zones you travel through. It is best to agree to the rate before you start your journey.
 the Xibalbá, the Mayan underworld, while Xcaret, the most important eco-archaeological park in the country, will offer
its lush jungle charm. It is easy to see why Cancun is such
an attractive and popular destination. From Cancun’s trendy nightlife, to its underwater museum, Cancun has something for tourists of all ages.
Please note, program information, agendas and faculty details are subject to change.

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