Cancun: June Weather Averages
|Sunshine Hours||10 hrs|
|Chance of Sunny Day||5 %|
|Rainfall days||19 days|
|Chance of Rain||32 %|
|Chance of Cloudy Day||34 %|
|Chance of Windy Day||16 %|
Averages for Cancun in June
The weather continues to warm up in Cancun, Mexico during June, when the average temperature is a scorching 28°C. During this month, temperatures can rise as high as 32°C, cooling down to a much more bearable 26°C after dark. June falls within the wet season and, with an average of 19 rainy days throughout the month, it’s likely you’ll experience a lot of rainfall during your holiday. Despite the showers, the resort experiences around ten hours of sunshine each day and an average sea temperature of 28°C.
Chichen Itza ruins for Summer Solstice.
Things to do
If you want to snap some incredible photos during your stay, make sure you visit Torre Escenica. This 80 metre-tall tower features an observation deck which acts like a lift and takes visitors from the ground platform to the top, where you can admire unparalleled views. Inside the observation deck you’ll hear a multilingual recording which provides information about all the views as well as interesting facts about Cancun and the surrounding resorts.
When it comes to retail therapy, Avenida Kukulkan is one of the best places to go in Cancun. This shopping district boasts a number of souvenir kiosks, designer boutiques and other shops which sell everything from artwork and handicrafts to clothes and local produce. As well as the shops, you’ll also find plenty of restaurants, cafes and bars in this area.
Hit the beach
If the weather is bright and sunny, make the most of it and spend the day at the beach. Playa Punta Nizuc is perfect for couples and families who want something quieter than the main tourist beaches and is found on the southern tip of Cancun. This beach boasts very calm waters, making them perfect for swimming or snorkelling. The offshore reef and submerged sculptures also make it a top spot for diving. Unfortunately there are no amenities onsite, so you’ll have to bring your own food, drinks and sun shade.
For those of you who can’t decide between a day at the beach or visiting archaeological ruins, San Miguelito Beach offers the best of both worlds. Here you’ll find fine pale sand alongside gentle clear waters which provide the perfect conditionings for snorkelling, swimming and various water sports. There are plenty of facilities to enjoy, such as bars, showers, sun loungers and shades, as well as the nearby San Miguelito Archaeological site.
Where to eat & drink
Couples and families in the mood for modern European cuisine should consider dining at Peter’s Restaurante. Here you’ll find a vast selection of tradition dishes, each of which includes a modern twist and is presented in a unique way. Boasting the reputation as being the eatery where feelings and flavours meet, Peter’s Restaurante also features an extensive wine menu with options from Mexico and around the world.
Seafood lovers won’t want to miss the chance to spend an evening at Fred’s House and Seafood Market. This eatery offers a seasonal menu which changes regularly, guaranteeing you a fresh and locally-sourced meal every time. You’ll find plenty of dishes to choose from, such as sharing platters, tacos, salads, soups, carpaccios and grilled fish, as well as the ever-popular catch of the day. In order to suit everyone, there is also a small selection of steaks.
Fred's House Seafood Market, Cancun.
When it comes to evening entertainment, Cuatro Elementos is the place to go. Boasting some of the resort’s best talent, including solo artists, bands, musicians and singers, this bar also offers a varied selection of drinks available for low-cost prices.
Found on the top floor of the JW Marriott Cancun Resort & Spa, Club 91 is one of the best nightclubs in Cancun. This popular hotspot is made up of three floors and offers a five-star experience. There is free food available throughout the club, as well as a number of Jacuzzis, hot tubs, saunas and steam rooms, on top of the entertainment which includes gogo dancers and fire-eaters.
Where to stay
When it comes to self-catering accommodation in Cancun, The Royal Caribbean is a fantastic choice. Ideally located in front of the beach, this complex provides a fully-equipped kitchen in every room. There is a vast array of amenities available for guests to use, including swimming pools, bars, restaurants, sports facilities, entertainment programme and WiFi access.
Families and couples searching for a boutique hotel should consider staying at Mallorca Hotel & Suites. Here you’ll find a selection of double rooms and suites, as well as many beaches, water sport opportunity, bars, cafes, restaurants, shops and nightclubs in the local area.
Gran Caribe Real is perfect for those who want to enjoy a little bit of luxury during their holiday. This complex boasts a number of spacious suites, each of which comes with air conditioning, mini bar and coffee-making facilities. The list of onsite amenities is comprehensive and covers spa, kids’ club, bars, restaurants, swimming pools and WiFi access.
The 24-hour all-inclusive Hotel RIU Cancun is popular amongst families and couples looking for all-inclusive accommodation in Cancun, Mexico. Found in the heart of the resort, this complex offers guests the choice of double rooms and junior suites, many of which come with sea views. Onsite amenities are numerous and include cafés, bars, restaurants, nightclubs, swimming pools, Jacuzzi, kids’ club and spa.
Couples and families searching for budget accommodation in Cancun should think about staying at La Quinta Inn & Suites. Just a short distance away from the centre of the resort, this complex boasts a number of rooms, all of which come with WiFi access, microwave, fridge and coffee-making facilities. There are plenty more amenities available to enjoy onsite, such as complimentary breakfast, swimming pools, fitness centre and bar-lounge.
Boutique hotels, Mallorca Hotel & Suites Cancun.