Traveling to Cancun in June? I’ve got you covered!
June is a great month to visit Cancun if you want to avoid big crowds. The peak season months are long past, so you can enjoy tours and excursions without tons of other people around.
The weather and humidity are starting to go up, which makes June a great time to refresh yourself and enjoy water activities.
June marks the start of the hurricane season, and you can expect a few rainy days, but do not let this scare you.
Hurricanes rarely hit Cancun, and if they do, it is much later in the hurricane season. Between rain showers, the weather in Cancun is delightful!
Except for last year, in 2022 when we had a full week of rain, there was a tropical storm coming from the Atlantic and we knew it with much notice.
Thinking about planning a visit to Cancun in June? Keep reading to learn more about what to expect with the weather, crowds, and what tours you do not want to miss!
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How is the Weather in Cancun in June?
June is one of the first months of summer in Cancun. The summer months are generally hot and humid, with frequent rain showers.
It is the rainy season, but this does not mean it will rain every day.
Instead, when it does rain, you can expect a (sometimes sudden) downpour of rain, which passes quickly.
Within minutes of the rain stopping, the sun can come back out.
Do not let the fact that June is the rainy season scare you away, the rain is usually short-lived (if it’s not a tropical storm or a hurricane) and will not ruin your plans!
Cancun Temperature in June
The weather in June is getting hot. The average high temperature is between 88 and 90 degrees. You can expect that around half of the days in the month will have days that reach 90 degrees.
The daily low temperature averages around 77 degrees, with the temperature rarely dropping below 72 degrees.
This means that you can expect hot days, with the temperature cooling off slightly in the evening and at night.
The heat index in June can reach up to around 98 degrees at the hottest point in the day. The heat index gives ‘felt air temperature’ which combines the temperature and humidity.
This means that at the hottest points in the day in June, it will feel quite hot.
If you are sensitive to heat, plan ahead to keep yourself comfortable. June is a great time of the year to enjoy aquatic activities.
Being in the water during the day will keep you feeling refreshed.
If you plan to go visit ruins, make sure to wake up early and get there before the temperature rises too much.
You can always adopt the mid-day siesta and relax in your air-conditioned hotel room to avoid the hottest hours of the day.
How is the sea in Cancun in June
The air temperature in Cancun in June will be hot. Thankfully, the sea temperature is perfect, and with the hot days, you will want to spend plenty of time in the water.
The average sea temperature will be right around 82 degrees for the entire month of June.
In June the water warmed up from the coolest months of February and March, but not reached its highest temperatures yet. 82 degrees is a great temperature to hop into the water for a swim, go snorkeling, or scuba diving.
If you are prone to getting cold on scuba dives or plan to dive several days in a row, you may want to use a lightweight wetsuit.
Most shops can rent you a 3 mm shorty wetsuit, and with this extra layer, you should be very comfortable on the dives!
You can expect the ocean to be calm and clear in June. You do not have to worry about the strong cold fronts, called nortes, blowing in and causing rough waves and bad visibility.
Cancun is famous for its clear water.
If you sign up for a snorkeling tour you will be amazed at how much you can see from the surface! In June you can expect great water conditions for aquatic activities with water visibility reaching up to 100ft!
Even better than the water temperature in June, are the creatures you can find swimming about.
Every summer whale sharks migrate to an area off of Cancun and Isla Mujeres.
They come to feast on a large plankton bloom, and some scientists believe it is the world’s largest congregation of whale sharks.
You can take a tour leaving from either Cancun, Isla Mujeres, or Isla Holbox to snorkel with these gentle giants from mid-May until mid-September.
For so many people it is a bucket-list experience to swim up close to these majestic beauties.
Cenotes are another great way to get into the water and cool off in June. Cenotes are freshwater pools that connect the surface to vast underwater river systems.
After a walk in the jungle or visiting ruins, nothing feels as good as jumping into a cool cenote.
The water in the cenotes stays around 75 degrees year-round. While this is a great temperature for cooling off after a day in the sun if you are planning to scuba dive in the cenotes you will want to wear a full wetsuit to keep warm.
Does it Rain in Cancun in June?
There is always a chance of rain in Cancun. Cancun is situated between the Caribbean Sea and the jungle.
This tropical environment is prone to experiencing short-lived, but intense rain showers.
June is the beginning of the wet season, so you can expect some rainfall. June averages 7 inches of rainfall; however, only 6 out of 30 days in June are usually rainy.
What this means is that when it rains, it really rains hard!
You will be amazed to see how the sky can change from sunny to pouring rain within a matter of minutes.
The rainfall in June is usually intense and can stop as quickly as it started. The sun can come back out within minutes, letting you get back to enjoying your vacation.
The great news about the rain in Cancun is that it will rarely affect your vacation plans. Locals and tour operators are used to the rain and know that it will pass before long.
If you do not want to risk getting wet while on an excursion, pack a lightweight raincoat and carry it with you. Or, you can be like the locals who huddle under an awning waiting for the storm to pass.
How is the humidity in Cancun in June?
When it comes to Cancun, the question you want to ask is not “is it humid” but more accurately “how humid is it?”
Cancun is a tropical location, surrounded by the sea and jungle, so it is always humid. June is one of the wettest months of the year, so it should not surprise you that it is humid.
The humidity is usually around 85% and this can drive the heat index up. You will especially feel the humidity when there is a short burst of rain and the sun comes out again.
Remember to drink plenty of water in humid areas and wear lightweight clothing to stay comfortable.
Will Cancun be Sunny in June?
As the month of June progresses, the chance of having overcast days increases. At the beginning of the month, you can expect to have more sunny days, and you will have a greater chance of having overcast days towards the end of June.
This does not mean you will not get plenty of sunshine on vacation. The average UV index in Cancun in June is 7, so you still need to take care to protect yourself from the sun.
In June you will get over 13 hours of daylight with the sun rising just after 6:00 am and setting around 7:30 pm.
This gives you plenty of daylight to enjoy excursions, and you do not want to miss the beautiful Cancun sunsets!
Is Cancun Windy in June?
Thankfully, there is a pleasant ocean breeze that blows in Cancun all year round. In June the average wind speed will slow down a bit from around 8 miles per hour to 7 miles per hour.
In June you rarely need to worry about strong wind storms affecting your tour plans.
The “norte” season is over and it is too early in the hurricane season to worry about tropical storms (although they may happen, they are rare).
This means that the port captain will have no need to close the harbor and mess up your scuba diving, snorkeling, or excursion plans.
Is There Seaweed in June?
There is a chance you will have some seaweed on the beach in June in Cancun. There are several different factors that influence how much seaweed washes ashore in Cancun, including tides and wind direction.
Seaweed washing ashore in Cancun is most common from May to October. The seaweed that washes onto the beaches in Cancun and the Riviera Maya is called sargassum.
It is a brown alga that usually floats on the surface of the water. In recent years the Mexican Caribbean has made the news with pictures of huge amounts of sargassum covering beaches.
Scientists believe that climate change has caused more sargassum to wash ashore due to changing ocean currents and rising water temperatures.
Sargassum is not harmful to people, but it can get a little smelly when it dries in the sun. There are small creatures that live in the sargassum, and coming in contact with these can bother some people’s skin.
Understandably, no one wants to head out to the beach and instead of white sand and turquoise water find a lot of seaweed.
Most hotels and beach clubs work hard to keep the area free of sargassum.
If you are planning to venture out and want to find out if a beach you want to visit has a lot of sargassum, you can check the government pages at Red de Monitoreo del Sargasso de Quintana Roo.
This organization will post daily updates on the amount of seaweed on the beach. Since the amount of seaweed that washes ashore depends on the wind, you can usually find areas that do not have any seaweed.
Use the map to find a clean beach, you may even want to consider a day trip to Isla Cozumel or Isla Mujeres.
No one can control or definitively predict how much seaweed washes ashore. But, do not let seaweed ruin your vacation.
If there is a lot of seaweed when you arrive, use the seaweed monitoring tools and plan to visit beaches that are sargassum free.
Best Time to Visit Cancun
The month of June is a great time to visit Cancun if you want to avoid the large crowds of the high season.
The weather is heating up and on its way to reaching the average maximum temperatures that you will find in July and August.
Overall in June, the weather is great, you can expect hot and sunny days, with passing rain showers.
June is one of the wettest months, but that does not mean dark skies and rain all day. In June in Cancun when it rains, it pours.
The rain comes down hard and fast, and just as quickly as the rain begins it stops and the sun comes back out.
Between rain showers, you will be left with hot and sunny weather, ideal for spending time at the beach, doing aquatic activities, or checking out a cenote.
June is considered the low season to travel to Cancun, which makes it a great time to go! You will not have the huge crowds that come in the winter months.
Fewer people mean that you can try to score good deals on hotels. You also do not need to worry about booking your accommodations and tours as far in advance if you are traveling in June, because things are not as likely to fill up as they would during the high season.
June is the low season in Cancun, but there are things happening there all year round. If you are looking for great live music and places to party and meet people, you will still be able to find that in June.
The hot and humid weather in June makes it the perfect time to enjoy water activities. Whether you are an experienced scuba diver or want to try snorkeling for the first time, the hot air, warm water, and great visibility make it a true pleasure to spend your day in the ocean.
During the summer months from mid-May to mid-September whale sharks congregate off the shores of Cancun and Isla Mujeres.
It is an amazing experience to hop into the water and get to snorkel next to these gentle giants.
In addition to tours to snorkel with the whale shales, June is a great month to visit the coral reefs. You will have the chance to see marine life, such as sea turtles as well as colorful corals.
The temperature in June is heating up, so if you want to visit the ruins be prepared to sweat a little bit.
Try to schedule a tour that will get you to the ruins early in the morning, before the hottest part of the day.
Remember to drink plenty of water and use sun protection. If possible, schedule a ruins tour that includes a visit to a cenote to help you cool off after your visit.
One of the advantages of visiting the ruins in June is that it is the low season, so you will not have to share the site with tons of other tourists.
Smaller crowds make June the best time to visit Cancun. You will have no problem finding a peaceful spot on the beach or booking the excursions you want to do.
The days are hot and humid, so plan your activities in the water, or early in the morning to avoid being in the sun in the hottest part of the day.
The Cancun weather is constantly changing. You may encounter some passing rain showers, but do not let weather forecasts scare you. The rain will be heavy and pass quickly, but it should not interfere with your plans.
Packing List for Cancun in June
Don’t let packing for your vacation stress you out. The most important things you need to bring to Cancun in June are swimsuits, sunscreen, and a sense of adventure.
Here is a packing guide to help make sure you bring everything you need for a great vacation.
✔ Swimsuits and beach clothes. Think lightweight swimsuit cover-ups, board shorts, and tank tops. The summer months are perfect for days at the beach and in the water.
✔ Flip flops. You will want some sort of sandals that can get wet for wearing to the pool, beach, and on water excursions.
✔ Sneakers or hiking sandals. If you plan to visit ruins or do any jungle excursions you will want something that is not slippery and stays on your feet!
✔ Sunglasses and a hat. Sunny days in the summer are no joke. You will want plenty of protection for your head and face. Remember to bring eco-friendly, sometimes called reef-safe sunscreen. Eco-friendly sunscreens use minerals, such as titanium dioxide or zinc oxide instead of the chemicals oxybenzone and octinoxate to protect your skin. Reef-safe sunscreen is the only sunscreen allowed while on snorkeling excursions and at the cenotes.
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✔ Bug repellent. The high humidity means that the mosquitos will be out. Protect yourself with mosquito spray, even if you are not someone who usually gets chewed up. The mosquitoes are the worst at dawn and dusk, so be extra careful then.
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✔ Water bottle. Everyone has heard that you should not drink water in Mexico; however, there is plenty to fill up your reusable water bottle and cut down on single-use plastics. Larger all-inclusive hotels often have water filtration systems, making it safe to drink their water.
Smaller hotels may have large garafones of filtered water or 20-liter jugs that you can use to refill your water bottle. Try to fill your water bottle before heading out to reduce the number of plastic water bottles you need to use.
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✔ Raincoat. It is a great idea to carry a lightweight raincoat with you. A little rain never hurts anyone, but if you want to stay dry, this is the best way.
✔ Beach bag and towel. Check with your hotel to see if they provide beach towels. If not, it is a good idea to bring one with you.
✔ Rashguard. If you plan to spend hours in the water, a rashguard is the best sun protection. Do not worry about needing to dry off and reapply sunscreen to keep your skin safe.
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Travel Tip: Buy trip insurance! June is the start of hurricane season, and it is almost unheard of that a hurricane would hit this early in the season. However, tropical storms can pass by in June, or you could need to change your travel plans for personal reasons. So make sure your insurance covers for possible unexpected situations. If you don’t have your own insurance you can check out SafetyWings, which I find relatively affordable and quite comprehensive.
The other I recommend is not an insurance company but a site aggregator, Travel Insurance master which will help you find the perfect insurance for you. You fill out the form with the information about your profile and requirements and they select the insurance company that is a good fit.
Is Dive Insurance necessary?
The short answer is: yes! Although we all hope that nothing bad will ever happen to you, you never know.
I always prefer to be safe than sorry and a small investment today can save you tons of dollars tomorrow.
Hyperbaric chambers and hospitalization, in general, are outrageously expensive in Mexico!
Dive Assure is one of the top insurance companies for diving and we cannot recommend them enough. I am sure you have heard of them as they are one of the most popular.
What to Wear in Cancun in June
The entire month of June will be hot and humid, with bursts of rain. You will want to dress comfortably for the heat.
Pack for the types of activities you will do- whether that be days at the beach, snorkeling, jungle treks, or visiting fancy restaurants.
Here is a list to help you pack:
✅ Swimsuits and beachwear
✅ Flip flops. Use these to go to the hotel pool and beach.
✅ Hiking sandals or sneakers. Great for travel days, visiting ruins, and excursions in the jungle.
✅ Lightweight, casual clothing. You will want tank tops, shorts, and t-shirts for most of your excursions.
✅ Sundresses. Dinners and nights out are great times to use cute, lightweight dresses.
✅ Hat. Even if you never wear a hat at home, you will probably want one in Cancun in June. Between the high humidity and sunny days, a hat is a great accessory to bring. Either a baseball or wide-brimmed hat works well.
Top recommended tours in Cancun in June
One of the best parts about traveling to Cancun in the low season is that tours will not be as crowded. If you love the water, June is a great time to cool off with water-based excursions.
It is getting hot, but you can still enjoy tours of the jungle and ruins. Here are some of the top tours to do in June:
👉🏼 Chichen Itza Early Access, Buffet Lunch & Cenote English Tour
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Beat the heat and the crowds to visit the archeological site of Chichen Itza. This UNESCO World Heritage site is one of the new seven wonders of the world.
Your tour includes transportation to Chichen Itza where you will enjoy a tour as well as free time to explore the site.
Your guide will explain the importance of Chichen Itza for the ancient Maya. From there you will head to the colonial city of Valladolid where you will get to check out the plaza and have a buffet lunch.
Your tour will end with a refreshing swim in a cenote before you are taken back to your hotel.
Incredible mix of history, nature and laughs.⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Kristi_G, Jan 2023
Marco of Amigo tours was an exceptional guide. He was friendly, funny and very knowledgeable. The tour was a perfect mix of activities and the coach trip was very comfortable. Thanks!
👉🏼 Whale Shark Tour from Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Tulum, and Riviera Maya
5⭐ 495 Reviews
Experience the thrill of swimming next to the world’s biggest fish! You will start your day with a light continental breakfast at the marina.
From there you will take off at a fast speed to the area where the whale sharks are. They are filter feeders and will be eating plankton on the surface.
You will hop in the water with an experienced guide who will help direct you so that you get the best views of these animals.
On your way back to the marina, you will make a stop at Playa Norte on Isla Mujeres to enjoy a ceviche lunch.
Snorkel equipment, snacks, and water are included. You can purchase photos and videos at an additional cost.
Note: You will snorkel with the whale sharks in deep water. Due to the plankton in the water, the visibility is less than the water directly off the coast of Cancun.
Lifejackets are provided, but this tour is best for people who are comfortable swimming with their faces in the water and in deep water.
If you are prone to seasickness, take medicine before departing the marina.
Awesome experience⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Jared_K, Aug 2022
Super fun experience and would for sure recommend trying it out. The tour guide did an awesome job and was super friendly.
👉🏼 Diving in the Mexican Caribbean for Beginners | 2 Tanks 2 Dives | All Inclusive
5⭐ 226 Reviews
Try scuba diving and explore what is under the surface of the water! Your day will start with your scuba instructor going over basic dive theory.
You will then hop into the pool to practice techniques. From there you will board the dive boat and head out to the ocean to make two dives.
The first dive will be at MUSA, the underwater museum. There you will see marine life living on the artificial reef of sunken statues.
You will finish your day with a dive at a shallow coral reef. There you will have the chance to see corals, sponges, fish, and sea turtles.
Note: You must know how to swim to participate in this tour.
Adventurous, beautiful, amazing⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Christopher_Y, Aug 2022
Clemente was our tour guide and he was professional, patient, knowledgeable and overall great. He not only took the time to explain the equipment, but also the sea life from the coral to the different types of fish. Overall, had a great experience and would definitely recommend to others who really are adventurous.
👉🏼 Xplor Fuego Nighttime Adventure with Transportation
4.5⭐ 149 Reviews
One way to beat the daytime heat is to plan your adventures at night! This tour will give you entrance and transportation to the Xplor adventure park after dark.
There you will have the chance to zipline, raft and swim in underground caves, and drive an amphibious vehicle over jungle terrain.
All equipment for the adventures is included as well as a dinner buffet.
Uniquely fun⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Rosalynn_P, Nov 2022
This excursion was amazing. We did almost everything in the park. The buffet was one of the best we had experienced. Be prepared to walk. A lot. It was moderately strenuous at times, so be prepared especially to do the ziplines. I would definitely recommend.
What To Do If It Rains
Even in the driest month in Cancun, there is always the possibility of a rain shower. June is part of the wet season, so you can expect to have at least a few showers during your visit.
For the most part, the rain should not affect your tour plans. However, if you happen to be in Cancun on a rainy, gray day, there are still ways to have fun.
If you are in the mood to do some shopping, check out Forum by the Sea and La Isla Shopping Center. La Isla shopping center also has a movie theatre and restaurants.
When you look at the movie listings you will see whether the movie is shown with subtitles or dubbed into Spanish. Most adult movies are shown in their native language with Spanish subtitles.
Children’s movies are often dubbed into Spanish.
If visiting a museum is your rainy day thing, check out Museo de Maya de Cancun to learn about Cancun’s history.
You can also check out the Cancun Wax Museum or Vintage Car Museum.
For some tours, it does not matter if the weather is rainy. Here are a few tours to check out if you will have some rainy weather:
👉🏼 Mexican Cooking Class with fresh Local Market ingredients
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Learn traditional Mexican cooking techniques. Your tour will start with a trip to a local market. Your guide will help you pick local, fresh fruit and other ingredients you will be using.
You will use traditional Mexican stone mortar and clay pots to prepare local cuisine. After all your hard work, you will get to enjoy a delicious meal with drinks.
Highlight of the trip!!⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Mariah_G, Dec 2022
This was excellent. So much fun and so authentic. Got to see the workings of the market and tortilleria. Then after your guide shops you go into the restaurant where the magic happens. I’ve made/had guacamole 100 times and this was the best I’ve ever had. The restaurant staff makes you feel right at home. Our guide was great.
👉🏼 Cirque du Soleil® JOYÀ Admission Tickets
4.5⭐ 558 Reviews
Enjoy dinner and an amazing show! The story of JOYA is inspired by Mexican heritage. You will be amazed by the music and acrobatics in this thrilling performance.
The show is performed in a custom-built theatre just north of Playa del Carmen.
An amazing show!⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Kayla_D, Jan 2023
From the delicious meal curated to tie in with the story to the attentive and delightful staff, this was an amazing experience. The attention to detail was exquisite, and I thoroughly enjoyed the acrobatics and special effects in the show. If you’re in the Yucatan Peninsula for any reason, this is a must see!
Best Hotels in Cancun
To say you have a lot of hotel choices in Cancun is an understatement. The hotel zone alone has over 70 different hotels to choose from.
This means that there is a hotel for every person and their budget. Take advantage of the low season and shop around for great deals.
If you are feeling overwhelmed in deciding where to stay, check out a few hotel suggestions:
1. Best Hotel for Families with Teenagers: Hard Rock Hotel
The Hard Rock Hotel is great for families with teenagers. This all-inclusive resort is rock-themed with pools, whirlpools, and a sandy beach to enjoy.
What makes this hotel a unique experience is that it includes the use of guitars, mixing stations, record players, and a recording studio.
You can even use the Music Lab where you will have access to voice lessons and DJs and can work up to a live performance at the end of your vacation!
2. Best Hotel for Luxury: JW Marriott Resort and Spa
This luxury hotel is located in the middle of the hotel zone, on a stretch of white, sandy, and swimmable beach.
The beach area has plenty of loungers and shade to relax, or you can spend your time at the three interconnected pools.
The resort offers great service and food options, including an Italian restaurant and Southwestern Grill.
The rooms all have private balconies and soaking tubs. Treat yourself to a spa day at the three-level, Maya-inspired on-site spa.
3. Best Hotel for Adults: Secrets the Vine
This adult-only all-inclusive is a great option for wine lovers. The hotel boasts extensive wine offerings from its on-site wine cellar.
You can participate in guided wine tastings several times a day. The hotel has six restaurants, each offering wine pairings with the food.
The rooms are spacious and all have an ocean view. You can relax at the different pools or spend some time at the on-site spa.
Cancun Events and Festivals In June
Even though June is the low season, there is no shortage of things to do! In addition to all the usual fun events that take place, here are a few June-specific events you do not want to miss!
🎇Dia de la Marina
Usually celebrated on June 1st, the Día de la Marina, or Navy Day celebrates the efforts of the Navy across the country.
You will find parades, often accompanied by fireworks. You will also see military members laying floral wreaths in the water to remember those who have lost their lives.
ExpHotel is a huge trade show dedicated to the tourism and service industry in Mexico. It will be held June 13-15, 2023 at the Cancun Center.
You will find culinary shows, exhibitions, seminars, and wine tastings. World-famous chefs will be there, and you can sample their food and drinks.
🌈 Pride Celebration
Celebrate Pride in Cancun with a weekend-long celebration. There will be parades on the beaches and many clubs will organize events.
Pride events are gaining popularity in Mexico, and this will be Cancun’s 19th year of celebrating.
🌞 Summer Solstice
Celebrate the summer solstice at Maya ruins. Some years Chichen Itza holds big celebrations. If not, you can check at smaller, local ruins to find one that will host a party.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will I encounter hurricanes in Cancun during June?
The Atlantic (including the Caribbean) hurricane season runs from June 1st to the end of November. However, it is incredibly unlikely that a hurricane will hit Cancun in June.
Hurricanes hitting the Yucatan Peninsula are rare, and they usually hit in the peak hurricane season of August to October.
That said, you may encounter heavy rains or a tropical storm that passes quickly.
Is it too hot in Cancun in June?
The air temperature can reach up to around 90 degrees in June, Paired with high humidity, which will make the heat index feel higher.
Thankfully, there is a nice ocean breeze that blows. June is a great time to refresh yourself and enjoy water activities.
If you are prone to overheating, plan your non-water, outdoor activities for early in the morning or later evening.
Is it rainy in Cancun in June?
June is one of the wettest months of the year. Thankfully, it is still uncommon for it to rain all day, every day.
It is more common that a beautiful, sunny day will be interrupted by a strong, but short-lived rain shower before the sun comes back out.
It can rain for as short as five minutes before the sky clears up and it is a beautiful day.
Is it a good time to go to Cancun in June?
June is the best time to visit Cancun if you want to avoid crowds. Hotels and tours are not at full capacity, so you will feel like you are receiving personalized service.
If you want to plan a last-minute trip, June is a great month. You do not need to worry about your favorite hotel or tour filling up.
You will be able to truly relax on almost empty stretches of beach. Best of all, you have the best chance of finding a great deal on hotels, tours, and airfare.
When is the best time to visit Cancun?
This depends on what you want from your vacation. If you want clear skies and dry weather, the winter months are a good time to visit, but it will be crowded.
If you prioritize a relaxing getaway without crowds, check out the early months of the summer, the wet season.
You will most likely have a few rain showers but be rewarded with fewer crowds.
Cancun in June: Final Thoughts
June is the perfect time to visit Cancun if you want to avoid large crowds, and do not mind the hot, humid weather.
The temperatures are rising, but it is still not at the hottest summer temperatures. The days are longer, so you will have plenty of hours of sunshine to enjoy getting in the water.
You can still enjoy tours to the jungle or visit ruins, just plan to spend lots of time cooling off in the pool, ocean, or cenotes afterward!