Riviera Maya Vacation Tip – ADO, a cheap way to go

Posted January 24, 2014 by Kay Walten in Mindful Traveler,Riviera Maya Services,Riviera Maya Vacation Tips

Cancun shuttle buses from the airport

Looking for the most economical way to the Riviera Maya from the Cancun Airport? ADO first class buses with air conditioning and comfortable seating run shuttle from the airport to the Playa del Carmen bus station for $120 pesos (about $10 USD) per person. You can reserve online or buy your tickets at the airport. Pros: It’s SUPER cheap. Cons: The buses have set departure times your incoming flight must coordinate with, which usually means a wait time. You will be taken to the bus station where you will then have to make your way to your hotel.

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