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All Inclusive Resorts In Mexico Playa Del Carmen

Mandy asks…

Heading to Playa del Carmen, need some help?

Heading down for a week, and never been before. Need some help with ideas of maybe things to do, NOT to do, customs/cultural differences that I might not be aware of, warnings, what to bring cash/credit/travel check wise, should I exchange there or her, just some basic travel tips and fun things to do….

Thanks for you help!

Tijuana answers:

If you haven’t paid yet, upgrade to all inclusive. I have gone both ways and find all inclusive is more expensive initally, but way cheaper in the end because all meals, restaurants and drinks are included for free.

Playa del Carmen is my favorite destination in Mexico. We stay at the RUI Palace, all inclusive. It is very easy to wear your self out so badly that you stop enjoying the trip. Pace yourself, do something one day and then spend some time on the beach drinking the free drinks and soaking up the sun. Most of the ocean front resorts have free hobie cats, kayaks, etc. For you to use should you get bored.

A must to do is Excaret. It is a huge water park in a lagoon, with everything you can think of that has to do with water. From tubing down a fresh water river beneath the mangroves, to zip lines across the lagoon to snorkling to everything to do with water and the ocean. Your admission ticket includes all you can eat buffettes and free alcohol drinks.

An excursion to Chechin Izta (Mayan ruins) is also a must. On the way back, the bus stops at a Cinota for lunch and swimming. (Cinota is a huge fresh water spring way down in a huge hole in the ground).

Snorkling and shopping on the Isla Mujar (Island of women). While you are there, spend some time in the Sea Turtle Sanctuary.

There is a ferry from Playa Del Carmen to Cozumel. If you want to go out to Cozumel, take the ferry, but it is where all the Cruise Ships Dock so it is very expensive and crowded with tourist. It didn’t really look any different than the main land, and the prices were better on the main land.

Go to the hotel desk and ask to see an excursion agent. There are so many excursions to take that they can’t all be named here.

Richard asks…

What’s a good All-Inclusive resort in Playa del Carmen?

We are 6, and would like to go around march 26th, for one week to an “ALLINCLUSIVE” resort in playa del Carmen, Mexico. What’s a good resort to stay in?, we are looking for a “Five-Star” hotel, but with accesible prices. In addition, it would be great if it’s a package (hotel+flight), due to the fact that its cheaper. Thanks !!!
Thanks guys, i checked the Royal Hideaway, but i think no kids can go… we have a 9 and 13 year old kids in our family… thanks tho!

Tijuana answers:

If there are any RIU hotels, get them, i’ve been to two, and they are great

Nancy asks…

Resort in Mexico?

Where is the best honeymoon resort in Mexico? I would like allinclusive.
i want to know where you have been not what you looked up

Tijuana answers:

Iberostar Paraiso Del Mar in Riviera Maya, Mexico. It is about 30 minutes South of Cancun and 30 minutes North of Playa Del Carmen. Google it and it will bring the resort up. The lobby has a huge pond with real flamingos which is neat.

It is a great honeymoon place. My husband and I got married there and had our honeymoon there. We were there 10 days the first time and 14 days the second time. Everything about the all inclusive resort is breath taking.

They have awesome food and great gourmet restaurants. All the drinks are included as well and they have some awesome drinks. The nightly entertainment was allot of fun and there was always something to do on the resort. There is a spa and a disco as well. Also the pool is huge and winds around the resort with a waterfall in it as well. There was never enough hours in the day to do everything the resort offered. If you want to go shopping, the resort offers complimentary shuttle to and from the hotel and they take you to Playa Del Carmen.

Also, one place I would reccomend going while you are in the Mexico area (near Playa Del Carme/cancun) would be going to Xel Ha to snorkel. They also have a ton of activities that you can’t get in all in one day.

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