The Riviera Maya

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. 

Airport Information

Canada Jetlines uses the following terminals:

Terminal 3 | Toronto Pearson International Airport

Terminal 2 | Cancun International Airport

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City Information

The beachfront town is located south of the Cancun International Airport. It is the ideal destination for beach enthusiasts and explorers.

How to get around

From the airport, transportation services are available to any location in the Riviera Maya. Buses run daily out of Playa del Carmen.

Expedite your Entry in Mexico

Expedite your Entry in Mexico

When you arrive in Cancun, ease the immigration process by filling out the Immigration Form to receive your Tourist Card. Click here to get started.

Top Things To Do

Top Things To Do


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

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. 

When to Visit

When to Visit

The Riviera Maya offers year-round sunshine. The best time to visit is between March and September. 


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