This is a menu to the travel pages on our own blog with many of the answers to all your travel questions. Detailed blogs with driving instructions, or how to use the various types of public and private buses and shuttles. If you have a question, we've probably already answered it in one of these blogs.
If you are taking the bus or shuttle to Mahahual, you might want to taxi while there. This blog has all you need to know. From rate sheets to the locations of the taxi portal areas. $20-$30 MX (about $2US) will get up to 4 people anywhere in town. Cheap, easy and they are everywhere.
AGI's Valet Service is a 7 day a week service, that works well for larger groups. You choose the vehicle size for the number in your group and get a great per person rate. The service even includes a super store stop along the way in Tulum for the few last forgotten items. This Blog has all the details:
It is important to be able to easily and safely travel about while vacationing remote, but equally important is that you be able to do that comfortably and with the confidence needed to relax and enjoy your visit. Our primary market is the traveler who is unfamiliar with the area and wants to enjoy remote Caribbean beaches and small town ambiance, but might not feel safe, or have special questions or concerns regarding traveling about in southern Mexico. No worry, it is very safe, and after having lived in the area now for six years, we have already asked all your questions ourselves, and then some! And we have also managed to get all your answers too, so just ask them. Getting around, the most important part of a remote vacation, should be the least of your worries.
Ahhh ... Mahahual!!