Ride a 3 wheel tuc-tuc to Santa Elena and visit the always bustling market place. It was the day before Christmas Eve and like many places, it was jam-packed with shoppers.
Return to Flores, take a short lake tour in a “launcha” to the “Museo” a personal collection of Maya and other artifacts. Then on to “El Mirador” for impressive panoramic views of Lake Petén Itzá. Continue reading Flores – Revisited→
duPlooy Travel management, duPlooy’s Jungle Lodge and staff, along with the “Burrito Brothers”, singing their off-key rendition of a Christmas carol favorite, would like to wish y’all a Happy Holiday Season from the bottom of our hearts.
We often get questions about how to travel by bus to Belize from Cancun.
While there is a lot of information available, we thought the following information would be helpful.
Mexican customs are slightly different then the restrictions fliers face in America. A simple red light / green light button process occurs to determine if tourist’s bags are to be searched or not. Not sure what the rate of searches are, however I can assure you that when they do search your bag it is rather extensive.
Make sure to indicate on your form that you are IN TRANSIT to Belize when they ask you where your destination is.
Exiting the Airport
Once clearing customs, about 50 different taxi drivers are going to ask you if you need a ride. Politely refuse, and continue walking through the terminal. It is not necessary to change your US money into pesos unless you are planning on staying in Mexico for awhile. The ADO bus ticket counter will take your US dollars and give you change in Pesos. The counter is located to the right of the international terminal about 75 yards, just ask one of the many people trying to sell you a taxi ride… where is the ADO bus is if you get confused. Everyone speaks English at the airport. Continue reading Cancun to Belize by Bus→