Transfer to Playa del Carmen
Over the past 20 years, the quiet and small village of Playa del Carmen has become a popular resort, where more than 5 million travelers come every year. Here is a special atmosphere that harmoniously combines a beach holiday and a long history.
How to get to Playa del Carmen? At 67 kilometers is Cancun. This is where tourists from other countries increasingly come, as there is no airport in Playa del Carmen. Daily buses ply between cities. They depart from the buildings of the second and third terminal from 10:50 to 19:00. The journey takes 1 hour and 12 minutes. From the island of Cozumel you can sail by ferry to the resort. If you arrive early in the morning or late in the evening, it is more convenient to book a transfer to Playa del Carmen in advance through the service GetTransfer.com.
The city is located in the center of the Riviera Maya resort area on the Yucatan Peninsula. The waters of the Caribbean Sea are warm throughout the year, coconut palms grow on the coastline, and coral reefs stretch along the coast.
In the tourist area of "Fifth Avenue" are the most popular beaches. There are always a lot of people, regardless of the season. On the territory there are free sun beds and rental equipment for swimming. The main place to rest on the coast is Principe, which stretches from the marina to the Gran Porto Real Resorts & Spa hotel. You can be among the wild nature on the beaches of Tukan, Subul and Coco. Fans of surfing spend time on Mamitas and Shangri-La.
If you want to diversify your vacation, book a trip to the jungle of Playa del Carmen. You will see turquoise lagoons, waterfalls, birds and exotic plants. On the waterfront, many travelers embark on a short cruise along the Playa del Carmen - Cancun - Isla Mujeres route. On board the yacht serves local drinks and dishes. Stops are made on request so that tourists can swim in the open sea and enjoy the view of the distant coast.
Rent a car with a driver in Playa del Carmen to see the ancient city of Chuchum Itza, where the main sights of Mexico are located: Mayan multistage pyramids, gates and temples.
How to get around the city? Locals ride buses or bicycles. The public transport timetable often changes, so the departure or arrival time must be viewed on the website in advance.
Book transfer through the service GetTransfer.com. This is especially true for those who are resting in a big company or with small children. Mexican buses don’t have air conditioning, so the cabin is hot and stuffy. Create a comfortable environment for yourself.
Have a nice trip!