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    1. tour guides or make new friends…can someone contact me…please…lets talk thank you

      • Hello

        We don’t offer any tours but we do have lots listed here. If you are looking for private tours, we have Absolute Adventures tour company on site. Some people try to meet people before coming to meet up with locals and go around. Most people find very limited success in this because showing strangers around or lining up schedules is hard.

      • Hello Tammy

        The worst times are December to mid January and Easter week. May-August are a low season and you can get better hotel rates during this time. May and June also tend to be the hottest months.

    2. Hi, can you tell me about the seaweed in the water in Playa del Carmen versus Tulum right now? I read in your seaweed post that the conditions are improving in Playa del Carmen now to a “17 out of 100”. What does that mean?
      Thank you. I want to swim in the ocean regularly while staying in the town (of Playa or Tulum).

      • The seaweed changes daily so it is hard to say how it compares. It is about the same is saying how is the rain difference between Tulum and Playa. The wind and currents bring the seaweed ashore. There are however different beaches that are more prone to it collecting. When we say 17 on a scale of 100 that means that there is not much seaweed.

    3. hi. I am frank, the owner of Blue Life. There is an article here about ur. Thanks!

      I just wanted to see if we could update our contact phone number on the article. We no longer use the mexican number but our reservations number is US +1-707-726-1122. Thanks a million

      PS – Your contact form is giving 404.

      • Thank you Frank. We have updated your number on the article. We are also working today on the contact form, so in the short time we have it down you sent us a message, go figure.

    4. I just want to say, following the collapse of Thomas Cook in England and the difficulty of rebooking my original holidays to Cuba, I have booked a holiday to Playa in May 2020, as I did not have the chance to fully review Playa I was a bit concerned that I could find stuff to keep me occupied for a fortnight (2 weeks) and finding your website is a real god send.

      I have found loads of promotional and practical information about the area, places to see and things to do and while Cuba is out of reach until things sort themselves out I am confident that my ‘instinct’ booking will be great and I can’t wait to see Mayan relics, get an overview on Mayan culture and will be brushing up on my Spanish. Thank you so much – If more areas had resources for tourists like this life would be simpler for people escaping the weather of England to discover the world. Keep up the good work, it is appreciated. 🙂

      • Thank you Lawrence for your comments. We will continue to work hard here to have good information, we hope come visit soon.

    5. Hello, does anyone know of transportation options to go from Chan Chemuyil, Quintana Roo, Mexico into Tulum? Like if there are Collectivo options or a website for taxi options?

    6. I was in PDC on 19 Dec 2020 and there was an outdoor night market (not on 5th Ave) somewhere in town and I was wondering if anyone knows what that event was?? It was a Saturday night.

      I will be in PDC in December 2021 again would love to go to that outdoor night market again but I cannot figure out what it was called. Any help is appreciated!

    7. My name is Renan and I’m staying at The Reef Coco Beach (playa del Carmen), how do I get the colectivo to go to xcaret park?

      • You will need to go to the highway 307 near the Chedraui grocery store. the colectivos leave from below the highway. It is a bit of a walk for you. You could take a taxi to the colectivo which would be around 100/150 pesos. Or you might just negotiate a price for Xcaret. It is a big park, so you need a lot of time there.

    8. Hi there, Where in PDC can you buy gluten free products? + Which restaurants in PDC have gluten free options? All the best.

      • You can find products at Dac, Panneria, Bionatural, and some items in supermarkets like Chedraui. Most vegan or vegetarian restaurants will have items gluten free. There was a bakery with a large selection of gluten free products, but it closed.

    9. are there any secure doorman or security guarded apartment buildings for seasonal 6 month rentals

      • Hello Al

        There are buildings with security/front desk that have rentals. We like Bric rentals that is a very reputable company in the area. North American Standards is also a good rental company. You can find buildings in the center that offer door people, and also outside of Playa where you can find gated communities.

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