A short guide to Playa del Carmen

Playa Del Carmen – town along the coast of the beautiful Caribbean Sea. It is also a municipality Salidarydad County. In 2005 alone, its population reached 100,383, which was the third largest city in Quintana Roo. Next comes Chetumal and Cancun.

Playa del Carmen was originally a small fishing town, starting with the tourism industry only ferry service to Cozumel, a small island adjacent to the channel of Cozumel, and world-renowned diving destination.

He has improved significantly over the years, and Playa del Carmen is now considered a central location on the Riviera Maya, and acts as a stop over port of many cruise ships. Meskanski theme "eco-archeological" Xcaret Park – one of the most popular tourist destinations.

A short guide to Playa Del Carmen will make your stay more rewarding.

You should never skip Xcaret Show. This is one of the most popular attractions of Playa del Carmen. It reflects the history of the Maya. You will also find a game ball with the ball, in which players simply use the hips to hit the ball. They also have ice fire. This can be quite a long show, but you like to watch almost a hundred people who dance with live music.

Tea in Playa del Carmen taken. Since most hotels and resorts are all-inclusive, ensure that you have loose change or bills in the amount of $ 1, to give advice, especially the waiters and maids. Even if part of their package to get the best services, think what you can do to ruin your vacation. However, do not make the cost of advice. About $ 30 to $ 40 in the amount of $ 1 is enough for a week stay here.

History states that Playa del Carmen used to be "sleepy" fishing village. Today it is a fast-growing tourist destination. He is calmer and less compared to Cancun. If you prefer a smaller area and more particularly, Tulum – the best place for you. It is close to the south.

Located in Playa del Carmen, you can travel around the Yucatan Peninsula. You can also take a ride on the ferry and get to the beautiful Cozumel. The activities you can do include diving and snorkelling.

In Tulum you'll witness the spectacular ruins that overlook the vast sea. You can also check out the Mayan ruins. They also have a lot of the Senate or the subsea wells. Better to go with the organizers of tours, not to miss the most important and popular attractions. Theme parks that you can visit, – "Xel-Ha" and "Xcaret".

One lesson that you can do in Playa del Carmen, especially if you already bored – a play on the sand. Locals like to make sand sculptures. There are even contests for the best sand sculpture. Maybe it's time to unleash your creativity and join the competition.

As for the money, on the Yucatan Peninsula US dollars are widely accepted. However it is better to use the peso, their local currency. It is also the best option – to go to the Bank of Scotland, which is located along the corner of Juarez and 5th Avenue, where you will need to withdraw from an ATM. In addition, if you use a credit card, make sure that the currency shown, and you check it out before you sign up for a credit card voucher.

Always Book tours in advance. In addition to not have to worry about availability, you can also determine the conditions out & # 39; I. So you know, if the date is booked hurricane in the region Playa del Carmen. Usually it is from the latter part of July until the 1st week of August.

Playa Del Carmen really has to offer its visitors. During the summer season here it becomes crowded, and hotels and resorts are all booked. So you do not miss the best accommodation, make sure you plan in advance and make the necessary reservations in advance.