New Direct Airport Shuttle Service From Cancun To Mahahual

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New Direct Airport Shuttle Service From Cancun To Mahahual
$70 US (includes tax) per person

Departs Friday and Saturday afternoons from Cancun Airport

Returns Saturday and Sunday mornings from Mahahual

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Airport Bus Service
Sandals and Skis, in partnership with the Riviera Maya’s AGI Tours, is now the official booking
entity for a new, direct airport shuttle service to Mahahual with weekend service starting
September 26th, 2014. AGI’s fleet of vehicles range from small limos, to comfortable 16 person
passenger shuttle buses, giving our service the flexibility in vehicle sizes to accommodate all size
groups, as well as valet service for early or late arrivals. Clean, late model vehicles, with safe
and professional drivers, make the 4 hour drive a nice place to snooze, read a book or just relax
and enjoy the sites along the way.

Shuttles leave the Cancun Airport at 4:00 PM every Friday and Saturday afternoons and
travels the entire way on nice, modern and very safe roads. The first half of the trip is along a 4
lane divided highway that passes through Playa Del Carmen and on to Tulum. This is the stretch
known as the Riviera Maya and there are huge hotels and resorts all along the way.

In Tulum, about an hour and a half into the trip, the driver will stop at a large modern super
grocery/everything store for about 15 minutes. Passengers can find clean restrooms, ATMs, a
cheap and high quality pharmacy, snacks and many of those things you forgot like beach
towels, sunscreens or beach toys for the kids.

Once back on the road, the last couple hours tends to go fast, as the trip is mainly through thick Yucatan jungle. Depending on the time of year, the birds and butterflies can be dazzling and there are lots of interesting things to see along the way that will keep your attention. You will pass through tiny pueblos, the small Mayan city Felipe Carrillo Puerto, orchards of limes,
bananas and pineapples hidden in thick jungle areas, occasional beautiful “ranchos”, and even
small stick huts where people sell fruit cut and bagged for a dollar, as well as whole and by the
kilo. For those who pay attention, it is an amazing drive actually!

When you arrive in Mahahual, the bus will drop you at the downtown taxi portal, which is
required by local transportation codes, and a taxi will take you to your hotel. Most hotels in
town are either $20 or $30 pesos, about $2 or $3 dollars for the trip. If you are staying remote,
ask Sandals and Skis to get you a rate to your specific destination. The taxis in Mahahual are
very good and part of a well run local union. We encourage all to use taxis in Mahahual for
longer distances and just stroll the Malecon for the short trips. Check my blog on taxis for more
info on how they operate and a current rate sheet.

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For your return trip, your driver leaves from the Tropicante restaurant at 8:00 AM on
Saturdays and Sundays, and drives direct to the Cancun airport, where it arrives about 12:30.

Reservations are required and must be made through Sandals and Skis in advance. AGI Tour’s
license requires they have a roster of all passengers and Sandals and Skis must present that a day before. Payment is not required for bookings outside of 30 days prior, but must be paid within 30 days of your arrival to assure a spot. Payment must be made via Visa, Master Card or PayPal within 30 days of arrival to assure your seat. Reservations made but not paid 30
days prior can be bumped, so it is best to pay ahead once you know you are coming. Email
Sandals and Skis today to get your spot saved. If you are unsure on your travel days, ask Steve
to help you coordinate your flight with the shuttle service before you buy your plane tickets. He
knows all the transportation answers, from shuttles and buses, to boats and burros, no worry, he can get you here. Call or email.
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New Cancun To Mahahual Airport Shuttle Service

SHUTTLE DETAILS:

Departs Friday and Saturday afternoons from Cancun Airport at 4:00 PM arriving in Mahahual around 8:00 PM
Returns Saturday and Sunday mornings from Mahahual at 8:00 AM arriving about 12:30
Service Begins September 26th 2014
Stops at Chedraui on the way South.
Sandals and Skis, (Steve Uhl from Tropicante Restaurant) in partnership with the Riviera Maya’s AGI Tours, is now the official booking entity for a new, direct airport shuttle service to Mahahual with weekend service starting September 26th, 2014. AGI’s fleet of vehicles range from small limos, to comfortable 16 person passenger shuttle buses, giving our service the flexibility in vehicle sizes to accommodate all size groups, as well as valet service for early or late arrivals. Clean, late model vehicles, with safe and professional drivers, make the 4 hour drive a nice place to snooze, read a book or just relax and enjoy the sites along the way.

Reservations are required and must be made through Sandals and Skis in advance. AGI Tour’s license requires they have a roster of all passengers and Sandals and Skis must present that a day before. Payment is not required for booking, but can be made the day of booking or any day prior to your trip, via Pay Pal. You can also pay the driver cash if you prefer, the day you arrive. Contact Steve Uhl to get your spot saved. If you are unsure on your travel days, ask Steve to help you coordinate your flight with the shuttle service before you buy your plane tickets. He is working on a Concierge service for the area. 719-387-8115 US

Thanks for reading,

Stewart Rogers USA-South Carolina

 

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