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transportation from cancuna airport

by marchispir

We will be arriving to Cancun airport late at night 22.00 and we would like to go directly to Tulum, I guess there are no more buses on that hour so I am looking for some reliable not expensive company providing some kind of shuttle service or car service to Tulum at that hour, also how much doe's the airport taxi charge?

Re: transportation from cancuna airport

by neverstoptravel

Prepare $100 for a ride.

Re: transportation from cancuna airport

by NorCal08

Try contacting Willi Torfer ( we used him last week to provide shuttle service between Cancun and Isla Holbox. His driver showed up exactly as scheduled, and the vehicle was nice, clean and comfortable, the driver courteous and safe. Good luck.

Re: transportation from cancuna airport

by danielSh

the last time I checked the prices of the airport taxi the rate was about 140 USD for two passengers, cheaper way is pre-contracted car or van service, try they never failed

Travel Tips for Tulum

Our Reptilian Amigos

by emilienoelle

Iguanas roam freely all over the place here, so don't be too surprised when you see one. The good news is that they are rather friendly and sweet. They are vegetarians, too, so there is no worry of being bitten by one. It is also a nice idea to watch for them while you are driving. They are fond of sunning themselves in the road.


by emilienoelle

Anyone who knows me knows how I feel about flowers. I have huge tattoos of flowers, a garden full of flowers (when the temp. here is hovering above freezing) and so I'm here to say that the Yucatan has some of the most amazing indigenous flowers I have ever seen. You can miss them if you go too quickly so slow down, drink your dacqueri, and look at all the beautiful things that are surrounding you. (Do this anyway, even if not in the Yucatan.)

Cenote Scuba diving at Hidden Worlds

by paintedcave

We went to Hidden Worlds to explore some cenotes. The scuba diving was a total of $75 per person for a one tank dive with all the gear.

It was a very unique experience and the stalactites/mites were just beautiful. Especially with the sunlight peeking in from exposed holes to the surface. Tetras and fresh water shrimp are the only living things down there (that I saw).

The staff was friendly. They filmed an IMAX film there, but you aren't allowed to scuba into that area (too dangerous). It is a bit unnerving to enter some parts of the cenote where there is no air above the water (totally submerged cave). But overall, the diving was very easy. You were never 200 feet from sunlight, and never deeper than 20 feet down.

Don't bother with a camera unless you have a flash. None of my pictures came out. Bummer! Bring some money. It's only $15 to rent the snorkel, fins, mask.

Local Bus or Collectivo to Tulum

by LucyRupert

Getting to or from Tulum - I suggest taking a collectivo. We took one from Tulum to Playa del Carmen and it cost about $3. You can go all the way to Cancun if you like.

The only downside is that the collectiivo (van w/ about 12 seats) will siit around until they are full. If they are not full by the time they leave (no set timeschedule) then you will stop every fe minutes to pick up riders along the way. Squeeze in as an empty seat costs money!

In Tulum you can pick up the Collective in front of the bus station.

From Playa del Carmen we took a bus into Cancun and thought that it was not bad at all! Not overcrowded and a nice motorcoach.

Mexican by the highway

by Dabs about Don Cafeto

We didn't like the selection of restaurants on the road to see the ruins so we hopped in a taxi and headed to the town of Tulum about a 5 minute cab ride away.

Don Cafeto's is right on the highway. The queso fundido was pretty tasty.


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