From Nov.5-Nov 9th, 2015 the beaches of Cancun, Mexico will heat up to a fever pitch as throngs of tango dance enthusiasts flock to this tropical paradise for the annual Tango Maya Fest. Now in it’s 4th year, this highly anticipated five day festival draws crowds from all over North America and around the world.

Held at the Grand Park Royal Cancun Caribe Hotel (known for its picturesque beachfront location and all inclusive amenities), rooms are expected to sell out. So if you’re still searching around for the best deal, or are one of those people who waits until the last minute, it will be tough to find a deal this great especially with time running out. The full festival pass is all inclusive, including all tips and tax, unlimited meals at four restaurants, nightly entertainment, two swimming pools, jacuzzi’s, gourmet espresso and tea shop, and more. All of the rooms in the hotel have a spectacular view of the Caribbean Sea with private balcony, and rooms equipped with fully stocked mini bars and 24 hour room service.When you’re not pampering yourselves in your rooms, you will have a world of options available to you with a calendar full of a variety of lectures, workshops and even special mixers like the Texas tango mixer and speed tango mixer, ending with drawings for a free milonga pass to Portland Valen Tango and Burning Tango.
With more than ten top instructors and three popular tango music DJ’s lined-up, this years event promises to be an unforgettable affair! This years artists include an international roster with artists hailing from Argentina, Mexico, Canada and the US. ATOMIC’s own Argentine tango aficionados Shesha & Nikki Marvin, will be in attendance and also teaching a swing and balboa workshop special for tango dancers.

There will be practice milongas called ‘practilongas’ in the afternoon outside by the beach, alongside the infintum pool, as well as free salsa classes. There will be live entertainment to kick of the long weekend event on Thursday, in addition to special concerts with Balada Pop singer from Argentina, Martin Murano, and band “Cuarteto de Tango Argentino on the beach.

While many other weekend dance events wrap up on Sunday evening, this one continues through to Monday with an optional day trip to Tulum and Cenote to visit the pyramids, followed by a grilled lunch and free time at the beach the rest of the afternoon. The festival officially comes to a close with an informal farewell milonga at 10:30pm.

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