Generally yes, Riviera Maya is a safe place to visit. However, as with any travel destination, it's always important to avoid danger and take necessary precautions. Always stay in well-lit, populated areas and avoid carrying large amounts of cash or
Yes, Cancun is usually busier than Tulum. It's larger and more developed, attracting a high volume of tourists each year.
Yes, Playa del Carmen is indeed smaller than Cancun. It's a more laid-back town compared to the larger and busier city of Cancun.
Not exactly. Tulum is a town within the Riviera Maya region. The Riviera Maya is a larger area that includes several towns and cities, including Tulum, Playa del Carmen, and Cancun.
Yes, it's fairly easy to travel between Tulum, Playa del Carmen, and Cancun. There are various transportation options including rental cars, taxis, and public buses to explore the most of the region!
Yes, you can visit the Mayan ruins in Tulum. They are one of the most well-preserved coastal Mayan sites and a popular tourist attraction.
No, Cancun is not part of Riviera Maya, that starts just south of Cancun and includes Playa del Carmen, Puerto Morelos, and Tulum among others. They both share the beautiful Caribbean coastline.
Yes, Riviera Maya includes Playa del Carmen. It's actually one of the main cities in the region.
A ride from Cancun to Tulum usually takes around 2 hours. Cancun is relatively close to Tulum, it's approximately 131 kilometers or 81 miles away.
Yes, both Tulum and Playa del Carmen are located in the Quintana Roo state of Mexico.