The first thing that comes to mind when you think about Cancún and Riviera Maya probably is white sandy beaches with the glittering waters of the Caribbean.

But we at Kenwood Travel always want to go a step further and offer you a different holiday experience. So now, leave the towel and the umbrella behind and picture yourself driving a Lamborghini at top speed under the clear skies of this stunning part of Mexico. Does this sound appealing to you? We thought so.

You can do that with Exotic Rides Cancún, a company that specialises in high-end cars and adrenaline-fuelling piloting.

One of their top activities is the Road Tour – a breathtaking four-hour ride between Cancún and Tulum on the Mayan Riviera highway in which you’ll be testing cars we all secretly fantasise about. Not bad, is it? I’m sure this is by far more gratifying than pulling along the undersized family car you may expect from a regular car rental agency.

Piloting one of these luxury cars might be dangerous, especially if you do it at high speed. That’s why you’ll have a theoretical training on driving and safety before sitting behind the wheel. After that, all that’s left is playtime.

Talking about having fun, who wouldn’t like to play Grand Turismo for real? In that case, you have Track Day, a driving experience with which you can push the limits of different cars on a racing track. Again, these are not your average cars: we are talking about engineering marvels such as Lamborghini Murcielago, Ferrari F430, Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG and Ferrari 360 Modena F1 among others.

For an extra rush of excitement – and if you want to witness how a professional makes the most of these vehicles – there is the Drifting Experience. Imagine getting on board as a co-pilot with a NASCAR driver on a Camaro SS and doing 360º spins… I feel dizzy just thinking about it.

Make the most of your next holiday in Cancun with Kenwood Travel with an extreme experience like this and let the Lewis Hamilton inside you go wild!

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