Stretched across the two towns of Puerto Morelos and Tulum, The Riviera Maya traverses 80 miles along the Mexican Caribbean coast. Filled with brilliant all-inclusive resorts and reclusive boutique hotels, this region has made its mark as a resort locale with a rich archeological history.
Canada Jetlines uses the following terminals:
Terminal 3 | Toronto Pearson International Airport
Terminal 2 | Cancun International Airport
The beachfront town is located south of the Cancun International Airport. It is the ideal destination for beach enthusiasts and explorers.
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Poised on the fifteen-meter-high cliffs above the salty waters of the Caribbean Sea, the Tulum is a pre-Columbian Mayan walled city. Once a quiet beach town, Tulum has now developed into a bustling hotspot for tourists to discover the Mayan spirit.
Popular among intrepid divers, these lush swimming holes are a result of collapsed limestone bedrock. Enjoy a sunny day amongst mangrove landscapes, while participating in a Mayan ceremony.
Quinta Avenida, or ‘5th Avenue’, is a 5-mile pedestrian walkway in Playa del Carmen. Lined with charming restaurants, tucked-away souvenir shops and cultural performers, this street never sleeps.