Cancun to Tulum Shuttle from $8.69 USD | Transportation & Shuttle from Cancun to Tulum (2022)

Shuttle, Taxi & Transfers from Cancun Airport to Tulum - Schedules, prices, and Information Sheet

Departure from:Cancun International Airport (CUN)
Destination:Any destination in Tulum
Price:$69.50 USD
Trip Duration:2 hour 20 minutes
Distance:73.5 miles (118.3 km)
Schedules:24/7
Service type:Private, Taxi, Luxury, Group, One Way, Round Trip

Prices on Cancun to Tulum shuttle services may vary according to season, service, and availability*

Shuttle from Cancun Tulum must be scheduled with a minimum of 3 hours before your trip.

Is the Cancun to Tulum Shuttle safe?

Yes, it is safe, Cancun Airport Transportation Inc is the safest transportation agency in Cancun, Tulum and the Riviera Maya, with many amenities and guarantees to make your transfer comfortable and secure.

We are very careful with the safety of our clients always taking care of every detail to make your transfer to Tulum safer. All our drivers are in constant evaluation, either psychological or driving skills so you can be sure you are in good hands.

Our Cancun to Tulum shuttle services also include flight monitoring in case your schedule changes, so your vehicle will be ready at your arrival. The vehicles are also monitored all the time to always have the control of the route.

Which Cancun to Tulum service is right for me?

No matter what is the reason for your trip. You can find the ideal service for you with us! We know that you want to experience unique travel, that's why we offer the perfect shuttle from Cancun to Tulum for each of your needs:

One Way: The ideal service for travelers who only need to go from Cancun International Airport to their hotel, Airbnb, or homestay, it does not include other types of transportation or stops at convenience stores. If you want a return transfer, you can request it from our customer service agents via phone, mail, or website.

Round trip: Mainly consists of taking you from Cancun Airport to your hotel or destination choice and then picking you up at your destination to take you back to the Cancun International Airport (CUN).

Open service: Ideal for round trip from Cancun Airport (CUN) to the most popular attractions in and around the city and then back to the airport. Plan your itinerary and reach your destination quickly, and don't waste valuable travel time with the ideal shuttle from Cancun to Tulum service.

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Hotel to hotel: Ideal if you decide to change your hotel or temporary residence in Cancun, we will pick you up directly at your hotel reception to transfer you to your next hotel or destination in a safe and fast way.

What does my transportation from Cancun Airport to Tulum include?

You can enjoy multiples benefits in our shuttle from Cancun to Tulum such as:

  • Professional bilingual driver: All our drivers are certified in English as a second language to avoid any communication problem.
  • No charges for delays: We’ll be notified in case your flight is delayed with our flight monitoring system. Your vehicle will be ready as soon as you land to take you to your hotel or any other destination in Tulum.
  • Meet & greet at the airport: Start your transportation experience since your landing. We’ll be waiting for you to help you with your luggage and provide you with the best Cancun to Tulum shuttle service.
  • 100% private shuttle from Cancun to Tulum service
  • Air conditioning in all vehicles: The weather in Cancun is pretty hot, and with a well-equipped vehicle you can have a more comfortable transfer to Tulum.
  • Travel Insurance: You and your companions will be protected during the whole Cancun to Tulum shuttle service in case of any incident.

What can I visit when I book transfer in Tulum?

If you are planning to get a few trips from Tulum, one of the must-see attractions during your visit to Tulum are the Tulum Ruins, where you can find the archaeological site of Zama whose main building is named "El Castillo". The archaeological zone of Tulum is one of the most beautiful and important sites in the Riviera Maya. Nearby, you will find Playa Paraiso, a beautiful beach under a cliff that can be accessed by colossal wooden stairs.
Another of Tulum's attractions are the beach clubs and bike tours, where you can ride through the city on jungle streets and enjoy a relaxed tropical atmosphere.

You can also visit Playa Pescadores (Fisherman's Beach), a place little known by tourists that you will surely love.

You can get to know this and more by requesting an open Cancun to Tulum shuttle service to visit more than just one attraction. Ideal if you decide to visit the beaches or the most popular nearby areas in the city.

To know more about the most important tourist attractions in the city, visit this article about what to do in Tulum

How long is shuttle from Cancun Airport to Tulum?

Tulum is approximately 118.3 km or 73.5 miles away from Cancun International Airport (CUN). To get to Tulum it takes a little more than 2 hours to drive through Highway 307 depending on climatic and traffic conditions.

There is no airport in Tulum so you cannot fly from Cancun to Tulum. You first need to arrive at the Cancun International Airport whether you are coming from Europe, Canada, or North America, and choose another option of transportation such as private Cancun to Tulum Shuttle.

The road to Tulum is very enjoyable even though it is very short. Make your way to Tulum easier and comfortable with us, in private transportation service, and reach your destination faster.

Is the Shuttle from Cancun Airport the best way to get to Tulum?

You can find different options to move around the city, however, only a private shuttle from Cancun to Tulum will give you the freedom and comfort that you want to go faster to your hotel. In addition to the really low prices that we offer.

Besides the very low rates of our shuttle from Cancun to Tulum, we have additional benefits so you can enjoy your service. With us, you receive personalized attention available 24/7. So it doesn’t matter the time you need the service, your Cancun to Tulum shuttle will be always ready to pick you up.

You don’t have to depend on public transportation schedules or other people’s itineraries to reach your destination. Enjoy every place at your own pace with an excellent shuttle service.

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How can I go from Cancun to Tulum?

Getting from Cancun to Tulum is pretty easy. Tulum is only 131.1 kilometers (81.46 miles) from Cancun, which means approximately 2 hours of driving. There are several options of transfers to Tulum such as ADO Buses, taxi service, shared shuttles from Cancun airport to Tulum, car rental, or Tulum private transportation.

However, the best option to get to Tulum is with a Shuttle from Cancun to Tulum, through Highway 307. Cancun is close to Tulum, so you won't have to worry about getting bored on the way or waiting for continuous stops. By booking your transfer in advance, you will be able to choose the service that best suits your needs.

Some of the best ways of getting to Tulum from Cancun:

Cancun to Tulum by Bus

This is one of the cheapest options to go from Cancun to Tulum. With different companies offering the bus service to Tulum but being ADO bus the most famous. There are ADO bus counters on each of the airport terminals, but departures to Tulum are limited.

You may encounter uncomfortable situations or have to wait a long time at the airport to go to the ADO bus station near you. Also, you will probably have to wait for the other passengers to arrive and board after buying your ticket. Taking a Tulum bus can be very tiring. This type of service is usually very time-consuming and not recommended if you travel with many companions.

ADO buses don't go anywhere else but the bus station, usually located in the city center. That means you will have to take additional transportation services to get to your hotel or destination. Sometimes, buses make stops at the stations in Playa del Carmen, Puerto Juarez, and other destinations.

Cancun to Tulum by Taxi

While getting a taxi from Cancun to Tulum can be very fast, it can also be expensive, as they operate by fixing a price according to the distance and time of travel, and raising the price of this service considerably. You may also pay extra for bulky luggage, and most drivers are NOT bilingual, so communication could be also a problem.

Cancun to Tulum by Car

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If you prefer, you can drive from Cancun to Tulum with a car rental. Driving to Tulum is pretty safe through Highway 307 since the road is in good condition. Just take in mind that it can be busy since this connects with the main tourist destination, especially between Cancun and Playa del Carmen.

Renting a car will give you the freedom you deserve, but you will have to deal with GPS applications if you are not familiar with the route or take roads you don't know and waste time until you find the right way to your destination. Not the best option if you want to get to Tulum to relax.

Cancun to Tulum by Public transportation

Public transportation is not available at the Cancun airport. You need to first get to downtown from Cancun airport to take any public transport or Van to Tulum. This option is only recommended if you travel alone or with little luggage since vehicles are not that spacious. The prices are really low with a cost per person from $75 MXN approximately.

Private shuttle from Cancun to Tulum

At the Cancun airport, you can find services such as Cancun to Tulum shuttle. Besides being a simple means of transportation, you can get benefits such as completely private transportation in Tulum, bilingual professional drivers, air-conditioned vehicles, and direct trips without continuous stops along the way to your destination.

Another benefit of booking a private transfer is that the services are available 24 hours a day, so you will be met at the airport no matter the time of your arrival. Facilitating the meeting with your driver to start your adventure. This service is ideal if you are looking for comfort, freedom, and a cheap option to go from Cancun to Tulum.

What activities can I do in Tulum?

Tulum is known for its boho-chic atmosphere with bicycle tours, beaches for relaxation, and activities to make contact with nature and Mayan culture. Tulum is pretty small so reaching all the different activities won’t be a problem. Getting private transportation from Cancun to Tulum can be a great option to move around Tulum and reach the main tourist attractions.

Tulum counts with many cenotes nearby what makes it an essential and highly recommended activity during your visit. Or if you prefer, a visit to the Mayan ruins is also a must-do activity. You can get a tour or go by yourself and learn more about the Mayan culture, its architecture, lifestyle and traditions.

Take in mind that you must schedule the activities and places you want to visit due to the high demand, especially during the summer season. Usually, the main attractions are open from 6 am to 5 pm, but prices can also vary. Plan your itinerary in advance, in some cases, you can book your entry tickets online to avoid long lines or high prices.

On what other private transfer destinations can I find Cancun Airport Transportation?

We are not available only in Tulum and its surroundings. With us, you may find the ideal transportation service on the main destinations in the Riviera Maya. Find us at:

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Book a private Cancun to Tulum shuttle service in advance, get special discounts, cheap prices and avoid any inconvenience during your travels.*

Can I get a transportation service to get from Tulum to Cancun?

You can get a transportation service to go back from Tulum to Cancun airport or any hotel in the zone with the same service option. With us, you get the private transfer service to any destination in the Riviera Maya with all the amenities to make your trip comfortable.

You can get your service separately with the one-way option or book directly a round trip in case you know your exact itinerary. Make sure that a vehicle will be waiting for you to take you to your destination without long waits or unnecessary stops.

Why use an Airport Cancun to Tulum Shuttle?

At your arrival, you can find different options for the transfer from Cancun to Tulum and the rest of the Riviera Maya such as ADO buses, taxis, or public transportation. However, the safest and comfortable option is a private Shuttle from Cancun to Tulum with professional drivers and spacious vehicles.

With a Cancun to Tulum Shuttle, you avoid paying high rates on taxis or waiting long times for a bus ADO to Tulum, which will only take you to the nearest bus terminal. Not very useful if you travel with many companions or much luggage.

Your Tulum Shuttle is perfect for all types of travelers. It doesn't matter if you travel with a large group of people as this service has vehicles for up to 15 people to reach your destination comfortably. With us, you will also find excellent prices per person or vehicle.

All our Cancun to Tulum Shuttle services includes flight monitoring in case your flight suffers any cancellations or last-minute change. Your vehicle will be waiting for you at your arrival to provide the best service and experience of Taxi from Cancun Airport to Tulum.

How much is a Shuttle from Cancun to Tulum?

The cost for a Shuttle from Cancun to Tulum is 69.50 USD on a one-way option and 139.00 USD for a round trip with Cancun Airport Transportation Inc.

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It is recommended to book your Tulum transportation in advance to receive exclusive promotions and lower rates. You can do it online or call the customer service department. Get from Cancun to your hotel in Tulum onboard modern vehicles with professional drivers.

FAQs

How much are shuttles to Tulum from Cancun? ›

The cost for a Shuttle from Cancun to Tulum is 69.50 USD on a one-way option and 139.00 USD for a round trip with Cancun Airport Transportation Inc. It is recommended to book your Tulum transportation in advance to receive exclusive promotions and lower rates.

How much for a private ride from Cancun to Tulum? ›

How to get from Cancun to Tulum
MethodLENGTH OF TIMEONE WAY COST
Private Shuttle1.5 hours$110
Rental Car1.5 hours$25-45 (Per day)
Shared Shuttle2.5 to 3 hours$25-40
ADO Bus2.5 to 4 hours$15
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How much is a shuttle from the airport to Tulum? ›

How much is cab from Cancun to Tulum? ›

Cancun Airport Taxi Rates
DestinationOnline FromDistance - Time
Playa del Carmen$44.14+55 km - 45+ min
Puerto Aventuras$51.12+76 km - 60+ min
Akumal$58.04+92 km - 70+ min
Tulum$64.63+120 km - 100+ min
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How much is the entrance fee to Tulum? ›

The entrance fee is 65 pesos (about $3.50). If you bring a video camera, you'll have to pay an extra 30 pesos. If you purchase one of the many Tulum bus tour packages, your Tulum ruins entrance fee should be included.

How long is taxi ride from Cancun to Tulum? ›

Cancun airport is located 118 km away from the city centre of Tulum. The ride will take 100 minutes by taxi and 120 minutes by ADO bus.

How do you get around Tulum without a car? ›

The best way to get around Tulum is by taxi. In theory, you can walk or bike to the beaches, to the ruins and to Tulum Pueblo, but there's a chance of overexerting yourself. You can rent a car in Cancún or Playa del Carmen, but it is not recommended because of reported auto crimes.

Can I take uber from Cancun airport to Tulum? ›

Unfortunately, there is no Uber in Cancun, which unfortunately means it's not possible to get an Uber from Cancun Airport to Tulum or Playa del Carmen.

How far is Tulum from airport? ›

The closest airport to Tulum is Cancun International Airport. Tulum is located 120 kilometers away from the airport, approximately a 1.5-hour drive.

Is Uber available in Cancun? ›

Complete your plans today by reserving a ride with Uber in Cancun. Request a ride up to 30 days in advance, at any time and on any day of the year.

How long is the shuttle from Cancun to Tulum? ›

The travel time from Cancun to Tulum will depend on your means of transportation. The ADO bus takes slightly over 2 hours. Taxis, shuttles, and private transfers may take around 90 minutes, depending on traffic. A helicopter ride will take 30 minutes to 45 minutes.

Do taxis in Cancun take US dollars? ›

Taxi drivers will accept dollars, though at a less favorable rate than pesos. Within the downtown area, the cost is about 25 pesos per cab ride (not per person); within any other zone, it's 70 to 110 pesos. It'll cost about 180 pesos to travel between the Hotel Zone and downtown.

How many days do you need in Tulum? ›

While a lot can be seen in just a day or even in 36 hours in Tulum, I recommend a minimum of at least three days. These three days should be ideal for experiencing Tulum's vibrant culture, upscale nightlife, and most of the famous cenotes, ruins, and beaches. Once here, you're not going to want to leave – trust me.

Do taxis take card in Cancun? ›

Credit card is not an option to buy taxi tickets, since taxi cabs at the Cancun Airport take only cash.

Does Tulum ruins take USD? ›

They do take USD.

Are Tulum ruins worth it? ›

These Mayan ruins perched on beachside cliffs are certainly worth checking out, but don't expect a magical experience unless you do a little planning. While the site is not too big, it does have it's charms. It looks much different than other Mayan sites in the Yucatan.

Can you visit Tulum without a tour? ›

If you decide to visit on your own, the best way to get to the Mayan ruins in Tulum is by driving or renting a car. This would allow you the freedom to explore the ruins at your own pace. It is a little less than an hour drive south of Playa del Carmen, driving directly south on the main highway 307.

How do I get a taxi in Tulum? ›

Cabs are easy to hail in Tulum Pueblo. There's also a taxi stand at the bus terminal and another on the central plaza; on the beach road, empty taxis congregate around Punta Piedra, Playa las Palmas and at the northern end of the beach road, where the footpath to the ruins begins.

Do I need a car in Tulum? ›

A car is really handy if you plan to stay in Tulum Beach and want to do day trips to visit the different cenotes without the heavy crowds. To book, check out Sixt which typically offers the lowest car rental rates.

Is there a ferry from Cancun to Tulum? ›

By car or bus time consumed is 1 hour 30 minutes to nearly 2 hours depending on climatic conditions and traffic on the roads. Considering both Cancun and Tulum are the mainland, travel by ferry from Cancun to Tulum is not the best idea.

Do Tulum taxis take USD? ›

Take the white and red taxi cabs, we found these to be the best and safest getting around. And they're easy to spot especially in the beach area! They take pesos and USD. Just in case you come up short, some will accept credit cards but there is a minimum spend of 1000 pesos or $50 usd .

Is it safe to take cabs in Tulum? ›

To completely avoid any potential Tulum taxi safety issues, try to always take taxis in groups of 2 or more. I took taxis solo a lot and never had a problem, but to eliminate any possibility or anything bad happening, staying in groups is a good idea.

How much is a cab in Tulum? ›

Estimated Tulum taxi costs you can expect to pay as of 2021:

Downtown Tulum to or from Ruins: $100-150 Pesos. Downtown Tulum to or from Coba Ruins: $500-$600 Pesos. Downtown Tulum to or from Playa del Carmen: $800-$1000 Pesos. Tulum to or from Cancun Airport $1800-$2200 Pesos.

How much is a Uber from Cancun to Tulum? ›

I've been told that Uber has started operating again in the Cancun area, and an UberX ride from Cancun Airport to Tulum will cost you an estimate of $50.

What is the safest way to get from Cancun to Tulum? ›

The fastest, easiest way to get to Tulum (and also the safest during these times) is going to be taking a private car from the airport. It's also the most comfortable in my opinion.

How expensive are Ubers in Cancun? ›

Are Uber Fares in Cancun the Same as in the US? No, Uber fares are cheaper in Cancun than in the US. To give you an idea, a ride from Cancun airport to Playa del Carmen would cost you around $15-$20. The same ride would cost you around $40 in the US.

What is the best time of year to go to Tulum? ›

The best time to visit is between February and May when the weather is most settled. The hottest month of the year is May with an average daily maximum of 36 C and an average low of 23 C. The coolest month of the year is December with an average daily maximum of 28 C and an average low of 20 C.

What is better Tulum or Cancun? ›

At the end of the day, the choice boils down to what you really want to get out of your Mexican experience. For those looking for more of a tranquil and relaxing getaway, Tulum is lovely. While larger travel groups, families and those itching to let loose would probably find Cancun to be more to their liking.

Do you need a passport to go to Tulum Mexico? ›

Do you need a passport for Tulum, Mexico? The general answer is yes—everyone wishing to visit Tulum must carry a valid passport. As mentioned in the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) implementations, this rule applies to all U.S. citizens entering Mexico. It does not always need to be a passport book, though.

Can you trust Uber in Mexico? ›

If you're wondering 'is Uber safe,' the short answer is yes. It's the safest form of car transportation in Mexico City.

Is Lyft available in Cancun? ›

Rideshare Pickup/Dropoff Instructions for Cancún International Airport. Rideshare services such as Uber and Lyft can drop you off at the departure level, along side regular passengers and taxis.

Can I use my Uber app in Mexico? ›

Using an Uber in Mexico is the same process as anywhere else in the world. Open the Uber app, request a ride, and wait for your driver. Although the payment will appear in pesos on your app, your bank will convert the money automatically and withdraw the correct amount from your account, for the transaction.

Is there a public bus from Cancun to Tulum? ›

There is no non-stop bus from Cancun to Tulum. One must take the ADO line (or an alternate line) to Playa del Carmen and it costs 120 pesos. Next, take a bus to Tulum from Playa del Carmen (a first class bus may take longer, so a second class bus for 55 pesos works well).

Is there a bus from Cancun to Tulum? ›

The journey from Cancun to Tulum needs two hours to complete. Times: ADO buses depart every day from Cancun airport to Tulum bus station at 10:55 am, 12:25 pm, 2:25 pm, 4:55 pm, 8:00 pm, and 9:45 pm. Moreover, people can take a bus to Playa del Carmen. This bus leaves every 30 minutes.

Where is the bus from Cancun to Tulum? ›

Cancun Bus Station location: The bus terminal is located on the corner of avenidas Tulum and Uxmal.

Can I get pesos at Cancun airport? ›

When you land at the Cancun International Airport, there are Cancun money exchange centers available at different terminals in the airport. Prominent centers to exchange currencies in Cancun Airport are located at Terminals 2, 3, and 4. They are easily accessible and are safe outlets for you to make transactions.

Are there direct flights to Tulum? ›

You cannot fly directly to Tulum. KAYAK recommends you fly to Cancun (CUN) (68.6 mi from Tulum). From there you can rent a car or get a taxi.

Is Tulum easy to get? ›

The town may not have its own airport, but it's still incredibly easy to get to the coastal oasis. With Cancun International Airport just 90 minutes away by car, and plenty of transport options to ferry you between the two, getting to Tulum could not be more simple.

Can I take uber from Cancun airport to Tulum? ›

Unfortunately, there is no Uber in Cancun, which unfortunately means it's not possible to get an Uber from Cancun Airport to Tulum or Playa del Carmen.

What is the best way to get to Tulum? ›

Keep in mind, there is no airport in Tulum, so you'll need to fly to a neighboring airport and travel from there. The closest airports to Tulum are the Cancún International Airport (CUN), which is about 75 miles north, and Cozumel International Airport (CZM), which is about 50 miles northeast.

Is there a bus from Cancun to Tulum? ›

This is also where the buses arrive. It is recommended that you take the bus to Playa del Carmen and buy another ticket there for Tulum. There is no non-stop bus from Cancun to Tulum. One must take the ADO line (or an alternate line) to Playa del Carmen and it costs 120 pesos.

Do I need a car in Tulum? ›

A car is really handy if you plan to stay in Tulum Beach and want to do day trips to visit the different cenotes without the heavy crowds. To book, check out Sixt which typically offers the lowest car rental rates.

How much is a Uber from Cancun to Tulum? ›

I've been told that Uber has started operating again in the Cancun area, and an UberX ride from Cancun Airport to Tulum will cost you an estimate of $50.

Is Uber expensive in Cancun? ›

No, Uber fares are cheaper in Cancun than in the US. To give you an idea, a ride from Cancun airport to Playa del Carmen would cost you around $15-$20. The same ride would cost you around $40 in the US.

What is the safest way to get from Cancun to Tulum? ›

The fastest, easiest way to get to Tulum (and also the safest during these times) is going to be taking a private car from the airport. It's also the most comfortable in my opinion.

How many days should you spend in Tulum? ›

While a lot can be seen in just a day or even in 36 hours in Tulum, I recommend a minimum of at least three days. These three days should be ideal for experiencing Tulum's vibrant culture, upscale nightlife, and most of the famous cenotes, ruins, and beaches. Once here, you're not going to want to leave – trust me.

How do I get from Cancun to Tulum? ›

The closest airport to Tulum is the Cancun International Airport, located about 118 kilometers (73 miles) away. The airport also serves Playa del Carmen, which means you can easily get to either destination after you've landed in Cancun.

How much is a cab in Tulum? ›

Estimated Tulum taxi costs you can expect to pay as of 2021:

Downtown Tulum to or from Ruins: $100-150 Pesos. Downtown Tulum to or from Coba Ruins: $500-$600 Pesos. Downtown Tulum to or from Playa del Carmen: $800-$1000 Pesos. Tulum to or from Cancun Airport $1800-$2200 Pesos.

Is there a ferry from Cancun to Tulum? ›

By car or bus time consumed is 1 hour 30 minutes to nearly 2 hours depending on climatic conditions and traffic on the roads. Considering both Cancun and Tulum are the mainland, travel by ferry from Cancun to Tulum is not the best idea.

How far is Tulum from airport? ›

The closest airport to Tulum is Cancun International Airport. Tulum is located 120 kilometers away from the airport, approximately a 1.5-hour drive.

Where do you catch the bus to Tulum? ›

There are two places where you can catch the ADO bus to Tulum—the Cancun airport and Cancun's downtown bus terminal.

Should I bring pesos or USD to Tulum? ›

The local currency in Tulum is Mexican pesos. Tourists often use US dollars to avoid the hassle of currency exchange and calculations. However, this can eventually add up to a lot of money. For every commodity or service, you are paying a higher value in US dollars than you would in Mexican pesos.

Can you use USD in Tulum? ›

Most of the local places are cash only and it will be much easier and financially friendly to carry around pesos. USD is accepted, but you won't be getting the best exchange rates; with some restaurants exchanging at 17.30 pesos to a dollar vs 18.50-18.90pesos at the exchange.

Do you need cash in Tulum? ›

TIPS WHEN TRAVELING TO TULUM

Most places in Tulum are cash-only. Most of the upscale hotels and hotel restaurants accept credit cards, but the stand-alone restaurants tend to not. While there are ATMs on Boca Paila (the coastal road), I would recommend bringing cash.

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