Plan your IMCAS in Cancún

Key Moments

7.00
Registration and badge pick-up
8.30
Conference & exhibition begins
8.30 - 14.00
Live anatomy on cadaver: injectables and fat workshop
15.00 - 16.00
Live demonstrations: fillers, toxins, suspending devices
17.30 - 19.00
Teaching courses (optional)
19.00
Conference & exhibition ends
19.00
Networking cocktail
7.00
Registration and badge pick-up
8.30
Conference & exhibition begins
11.00 - 12.00
Live demonstrations: lasers, lights, EBD & body shaping
17.30 - 19.00
Teaching courses (optional)
19.00
Conference & exhibition ends
20.00
Gala dinner
7.00
Registration and badge pick-up
8.30
Conference & exhibition begins
14.00
End of IMCAS Americas 2017
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Venue & Getting There
Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach
Blvd. Kukulcan, Km 9.5, Zona Hotelera - Cancún (Mexico)
20 minutes from the airport
Getting there
The best way to get from the airport to the Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach is by taxi. The journey takes around 20 minutes and should cost about 40 USD.

Alternatively, Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach can provide guests with an airport shuttle service (including the other hotels in the area) that costs around half the price of taking the taxi.


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Tours & Travel
Chichen Itza Yucatan Chichen Itza
Yucatan

Delve into Mexico's rich history on a visit to one of the country's most famous sites, the ruins of the ancient city of Chichen Itza. The city was one of the largest in the Mayan world and has been granted UNESCO status for its historical significance. Take a whole day to wander among its many monuments, temples and the world-famous El Castillo stone pyramid.
Riviera Maya Quintana Roo Riviera Maya
Quintana Roo

Between Cancún and the ruins of Tulum is the Riviera Maya, a coastal stretch that features some of the area's best beaches, historic sites and most charming towns. The natural beauty of the area is why luxury hotels and resorts have chosen it as their backdrop. Adventurers can even go scuba diving in the world's second longest stretch of barrier reef, just off the coast.
Playa Delfines Cancún Playa Delfines
Cancún

Out on the Punta Cancún is where you can find the area's most gorgeous beaches. World-famous for their fine sand and clear blue water, be sure to set aside at least one whole day for relaxing on one of Cancún's beach paradises. The Playa Delfines is renowned for its stunning Caribbean sea views and proximity to the Mayan ruins.
Isla Contoy Quintana Roo Isla Contoy
Quintana Roo

A short boat trip off the coast of Cancún is Isla Contoy, a secluded island dedicated to the upkeep of nature and wildlife. Now a designated national park, Isla Contoy is home to turtles and tropical marine birds and only accepts 200 visitors each day. To see the best of Mexico's wildlife in its natural habitat, tourists must make a request at the tourist office in Cancún.
Tulum Quintana Roo Tulum
Quintana Roo

Along the coast from Cancún are the ruins of another great ancient Mayan civilization, the walled city of Tulum. As one of the best-preserved Mayan sites today, Tulum is worth visiting for a feel of how a real Mayan city might have once felt. One unmissable feature is the God of Winds Temple; sitting tall atop a coastal cliff, it's unlikely you'll miss it.
Xel-Há Park Quintana Roo Xel-Há Park
Quintana Roo

Once you've taken in all the ancient sites and stunning beaches that Cancún has to offer, Xel-Há Park is the perfect way to explore the area's natural beauty while having a blast. Located on a lagoon in the beautiful Riviera Maya, the attraction park draws in tourists all year round for its aquatic rides.
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