Cancun’s beautiful beaches, resorts, and nightlife coupled with its rich history make this a great tourist destination for nearly everyone. From the Cancun Underwater Museum to Xcaret Park and more, there is something for everyone to visit. Whether you are there for business or pleasure, let us help get you and your family there with a private charter jet to Cancun.
Arrive in style with a private charter jet to Cancun. You will not only fly in a luxurious aircraft surrounded by the utmost professionals in the industry, you can rest easy knowing that your safety is first and foremost.
Start your trip by flying into Cancun International Airport. As the most convenient airport, it is also the busiest, handling approximately 23 million passengers a year. At this airport, you will be able to have access to ATMs, Wi-Fi, money exchange counters, and more. However, if your destination is Playa del Carmen, you may find it more convenient to fly into Cozumel International Airport. That is because this mainland town is closest to the island. It is a smaller airport and requires a 45-minute ferry ride to get to Playa del Carmen.
A Brief History of Cancun
Until the 1960s, Cancun was little more than a deserted island that very few had heard of. It wasn’t until the mid-1970s that the first hotels were opened along with an international airport. Since then, Cancun has become the largest tourist resort and the most prosperous city in the Yucatan region, surpassing the Bahamas and Puerto Rico.
Cancun Underwater Museum
Jamie Gonzalez Canto created the Cancun Underwater Museum as a nonprofit to help save the coral reef while providing art for divers to appreciate while on their dive. Officially opening in 2010, there are now 500 sculptures. Most of these works of art have been created by British artist Jason deCaired Taylor while others were completed by Mexican artists. Because the museum is completely underwater, this is a popular alternative destination for divers from around the world to visit.
Xcaret Park brings all of Cancun to life in one place. From underground rivers to the Coral Reef Aquarium and Butterfly Aquarium along with mouth-watering international dishes all in 200 acres, your time here will be unforgettable.
El Meco Archeological Site
If you are looking for a bit of history on your trip to Cancun, do not pass up the El Meco Archeological Site. Located in the bay of Isla Mujeres, you will find ancient Mayan ruins. Dating as far back as 600 - 800 AD, this area was linked to Coba, an important fishing village of the time. While the original name of the settlement is unknown, many think it is associated with a man with the nickname of “El Meco,” who had a malformation to his lower extremities and cared for a ranch in the vicinity of the current lighthouse.
No matter where you visit, International Jet will take you there in complete safety and comfort. You will not have to worry about a thing. Our team will take care of virtually everything for you. All you have to do is pack! Call us today to get on our schedule.