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Weather Averages for Cancun in October
Averages for Cancun in October
Although the height of tourist season has passed, tourists should not worry that they have missed any exciting opportunities in Cancun. In fact, the nightlife never shuts down since the beautiful year-round weather draws tourists in throughout the year.
Restaurants, bars and clubs keep business hours that are conducive to whatever idea of fun and enjoyment each tourist might have.
All summertime activities are still available, including water sports such as jet skiing and parasailing. There is never a bad time to scuba dive or snorkel along the Great Mesoamerican Reef, a source of national pride for the inhabitants of Cancun. The crystal clear waters provide amazing underwater views of marine and plant life all year long.
Admittedly, this month sees more rain than the previous summer months. Because Cancun’s location, it is sometimes subject to tropical storms and hurricanes coming up from the south. From October to December, these severe weather instances are possibilities. Even if they do not get close enough to cause personal or property danger, their outlying rains are sometimes the cause of the elevated precipitation.
During October, the Mexican Caribbean Travel Mart is sponsored by a conjoined effort of the Cancun Travel Agent Association and the Cancun Hotel Association. This gives tourists a centralised location in which they can sample food and services that the hotels may offer.
Tradition and culture come alive in two of the region’s October celebrations. First, Dia de la Raza in mid-October is Mexico’s version of the American Columbus Day; it consists of festive parades, music and dancing, street parties and bullfights.
Second, All Souls’ Day Eve on October 31st is celebrated quietly with loved ones bringing sentimental items to deceased family members’ graves.
The Terracaribe Hotel provides a great location for tourists who would like to experience many different activities in Cancun. First, it is extremely close to the ferry which transports tourists daily to the nearby Isla Mujeres, so island-hopping is not a problem.
The area’s active nightlife is accessible via Coco Bongo, right next door. And there are many restaurants and bars in the area as well.
Free Wi-Fi, spacious and clean rooms and a pool make this an excellent choice for those who might be travelling on a budget.