• Cancun: my great Mexican wedding

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    Thousands of couples choose Cancun as the idyllic setting for a perfect and romantic honeymoon. Honeymooners from all the world enjoy their well-deserved honeymoon tripe at the  most touristic landscapes of Mexico.

    However, Cancun is not only the paradise of the honeymooners. For an enormous quantity of promised couples, the northwest coast of Quintana Roo, it is also the best scenery to celebrate their wedding.

    After the tourism of sun and beach, the second top-ranked place in this famous Caribbean zone is probably the events and celebrations tourism and, within this package, the wedding tourism occupies a pride place in the economy of the area.

    This fact is evidenced by the huge amount of enterprises and restoration infrastructures that offer their services for the complete organization of every single aspect in the magnificent day of the couple. Also, you could enjoy an incomparable framework in that special day in one of our two magnificent Be Live hotels in the area: Be Live Hotel Viva Beach and Be Live Hotel Grand Viva Beach, both with its own services for the organization of weddings.

    In the city proliferates all kinds of business devoted to this kind of celebrations. Even the Town Hall web of Benito Juarez promotes these events and recommends some firms specialized in tourism of “a la mexicana” weddings.

    In addition to the beauty of a unique white underfoot coral soil and the spectacular turquoise waters of the Mexican Caribbean, what can offer these companies and what can be expected from them?

    Everything! They serve weddings for all kinds of religions: Jewish, Presbyterian, Christian, Catholic… You can choose between the civil and religious ceremony or even hire the two events at the same time. You can design you our own event or engage the services of an adviser. Offer guests a beach cocktail or a banquet. Luxury cars, limousines, carriage rides, dj, mariachi bands, food, furniture, decoration…

    The prices can range from 30,000 pesos ($2.325) to more than 150,000 ($11.823).

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    Ana Pérez
    Ana Pérez
    She has studied in different countries and in several languages, which marked her character and broadened her sight. In the past few years, Ana has been working as an online content editor.

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