Time stands still in this magnificent resort on the Riviera Maya. Relax on any of its beaches, go shopping on Fifth Avenue or dance until dawn in its lively nightclubs. The plan is up to you!

Dance to the rhythm of the waves

No one could be surprised that this is one of the most popular destinations in the Yucatan peninsula. The things to do in Playa del Carmen are as varied as they are numerous. Relaxing on beaches like Xpu-ha or Punta Esmeralda, or taking a trip to Chaak Tun or another of its spectacular cenotes are essential experiences if you visit Playa del Carmen. If you’re looking for things to do on land, visit the Parroquia de Nuestra Señora del Carmen, a beautiful white church. And if you prefer contact with nature, travel south and visit Sian Ka’an, a biosphere reserve that you can explore by boat.

The official currency is the Mexican peso. We recommend you carry cash to pay in small shops or street stalls.
The official language is Spanish. Thanks to tourism, many people speak English very well.
The quality of Internet access is good in hotels. In more rural areas there may be problems with access to the Internet.
The climate is tropical with temperatures ranging between 18⁰C and 32⁰C. Humidity levels are usually very high, which increases the feeling of heat.