Quintana Roo is a magnet for event organizers for many reasons: its ancient Mayan culture, delicious cuisine, the professionalism of its people, its endless white-sand beaches and turquoise waters, an ecosystem abundant in flora and fauna, a solid infrastructure of hotels, meetings venues, roads, airports, maritime terminals, golf courses, tourist attractions… the list goes on and on. Cancun and the Riviera Maya are two pillars within Mexico’s meetings industry and ideal for any type of event. Isla Cozumel and Isla Mujeres, meanwhile, offer great services within this segment, especially for top-level corporate meetings and incentives.
The state’s climate is warm and sub-humid with hot summers that average around 91ºF (33ºC), while the winter lows can dip down to 62ºF (17ºC); the yearly average is 78ºF (26ºC). It rains throughout the year, with June through October being the wettest months. Hurricane season in Quintana Roo starts June 1st and extends through November 30th, with most of the activity occurring from August through October. Yucatan.
ESTATE OF QUINTANA ROO: Cancun, Riviera Maya y la Isla Cozumel
CANCUN – RIVIERA MAYA
Cancun Int. Airport (CUN) United States: Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Columbus, Covington, Dallas-Fort Worth, Denver,
Detroit, Fort Lauderdale, Hartford/ Springfield, Houston, Indianapolis, Lansing, Los Angeles, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Nashville, New Orleans, Newark, Orlando, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Raleigh, San Francisco, Salt Lake City, Seattle, St. Louis, Tampa, Richmond, Des Moines, and Washington DC. LATAM: San Juan (Puerto Rico), Medellin, Bogota, (Colombia), Belize; Buenos Aires (Argentina), Guatemala, La Habana (Cuba), Lima (Peru), Panamá, San Jose (Costa Rica), Santiago de Chile (Chile).
Cozumel Int. Airport (CZM) United States: Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas/Fort Worth, Miami, Chicago O’Hare, Detroit, Minneapolis/ St. Paul, and Houston Intercontinental.