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Telephony & Internet

Riviera Maya® offers several communications options. From phone booths to Internet cafes located in shopping malls and restaurants, most of them with Wi-Fi service. Also most of the Hotels offer Internet service.

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Transportation

From the Cancun Airport one option is to rent a car or jeep to get from spot to spot. There is also private cab service to the region, and some properties may transfers as part of their packages. The bus to Playa del Carmen departs every hour from 10:30 am to 9:30 pm.

A company called ADO (Autobuses de Oriente) provides bus service from the airport to Playa del Carmen. Their terminal is located at the southeast corner of the Main Terminal. If you arrive at the Charter Terminal, you'll need to take the free airport shuttle service (van whit "ASUR" on the side) over to the main terminal.

Cancun International Airport

Cancun International Airport is the second-largest airport in Mexico and serves more than10 million passengers per year. The airport is located 31 miles from Playa del Carmen and 70 miles from Tulum. For more information.
 

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Local Trasportation

Around the area, cabs are available although expensive. There is also frequent bus service along Mexico 307. Many companies operate shuttle-type service between Cancun and Tulum with stops at several spots along the way. Rates are affordable, though service is somewhat irregular.

The highway connecting Cancun to the Riviera Maya® region is a modern, four-lane divided highway that now stretches all the way to Calica (10 km south of Playa del Carmen). Two lanes continue from there to Tulum. From Tulum the road is being widened from its narrow two lanes.

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Local Time

In Riviera Maya® applies the local time corresponds to Mexico City, the Central Standard Time GMT -6 hours.
 

Getting There

Cancun international Airport; code CUN; located 52 km north of Playa del Carmen. The Cozumel Airport may also be considered for international access to this region (code CZM).

Getting around

From the Cancun Airport one option is to rent a car or jeep to get from spot to spot. There is also private cab service to the region, and some properties may transfers as part of their packages. The bus to Playa del Carmen departs every hour from 10:30 am to 9:30 pm.

A company called ADO provides bus service from the airport to Playa del Carmen. Their terminal is located at the southeast corner of the Main Terminal. If you arrive at the Charter Terminal, you'll need to take the free airport shuttle service (van whit "ASUR" on the side) over to the main terminal.

Around the area, Cabs are available although expensive. There is also frequent bus service along Mexico 307. Several companies operate shuttle-type service between Cancun and Tulum with stops at several spots along the way. Rates are affordable, though service is somewhat irregular.

The highway connecting Cancun to the Riviera Maya® region is a modern, four-lane divided highway that now stretches all the way to Calica (10 km south of Playa del Carmen). Two lanes continue from there to Tulum. From Tulum the road is being widened from its narrow two lanes.

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