Great authentic tacos here and enjoyed massages on the beach for only $20!!
Visited: Aug 08, 2011
Playa Del Carmen is a must. One side of the street is ocean, the other shops. Avoid the shop keeps, they will stalk you!
Visited: Dec 13, 2010
Rented atvs. Drove around town to the beaches. Such a beautiful port. Food was great. Enjoyed the locals. Great margaritas. Only need one if your not a big drinker. Over all had a great time.
What a Treat... Fun, Fun, Fun.
Visited: Nov 15, 2004
Xcaret had been recommended, but it is pricey...we rented a jeep for 100 bucks and went to a beautiful secluded beach, toured the villages in Tulum, went to the ruins in Tulum and then to the Grand Cenote. If you want to avoid the 50$ parking fee at the official Tulum ruin site, you can take a side road and park for free...entrance costs are $5/person! The side road we took is where we found secluded beaches and lots of "spas" and high end hotels. I took some of the most beautiful pics here as the water is turquoise, green and blue with bunches of coral on the white sandy beaches. Traveling the road to the Coba ruins will take you to the Grand Cenote...$8 gets one person into the Grand Cenote where you can swim in underwater caves and see some of the most beautiful water and fish! We took our 4 kids (youngest 5 years old) and everyone enjoyed swimming here. We packed our own goggles and saved a bunch on snorkel equipment.
Visited: Dec 15, 2008
Jeep & Beach combo was the best
Visited: Jul 03, 2006
Wait to go to th city before shopping at the dock, once you return they (the sales people) will still be there.
Amazing. Transportation clean, air conditioned and prompt. Took us to the best area for shopping, drove us around the sites and informed us of bad areas to go in. Shopping was amazing, so many options, people friendly and helpful. Beach was beautiful and you didn't have to pay, They give you a table and chair, take pics for you and seranade you. Cocktails and Beer very good prices.
Visited: Oct 28, 2006
Calica was outstanding, as well! When we docked, we had absolutely no plans for an excursion. However, once we debarked the ship, we rented a Jeep with the local rental company and drove through Calica, Playa del Carmen, and up to Cancun. This was one of the best days I've ever had on a vacation. Just exploring the Mexican Riviera was a blast!
Visited: Apr 10, 2006
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