In canada transfers we take you to enjoy the best landscapes and Mexican culture with exclusive attention in each of the destinations where we have the following services. Our principal destinations are Cancun & Los Cabos



We offer private transfers from Merida airport to any hotel, We offer 10 seats in regular vans or 6 seats in Deluxe SUV 

Los Caboso

There are two cities located in Los Cabos area : Cabo San Lucas and San Jose Del Cabo, Between these two cities there is 20 mile corridor with beautiful hotels, golf courses and condominiums complex along the beach .

Los Cabos area is a mix of desert landscape, white and sandy beaches. The most famous landmark of los Cabos is “EL ARCO” Sitting on the sport where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez

Cabo San Lucas is famous for its nightlife, has many attractions, including The Marina with more than 370 slips accommodating vessels up to 175 feet,

San Jose Del Cabo is a smaller city With picturesque cobbled streets, jacaranda trees and a church dating back to the year 1,700


The name of Holbox means in Mayan language Black Hole, It is an island that belongs to the state of Quintana Roo, and it is located on the north coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Its particular location between the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea makes the island a strategic point for the reproduction of marine and coastal fauna. For many centuries this island was a hive of pirates, due to its strategic position that allowed them a safe haven. It was until 1873 when the first European colonizer decided to set up his residence on this Island. During the 80’s Holbox became known as a leisure resort, but it was until the beginning of the 90’s when they started to build small hotels and more people began to arrive to populate the island. The last population census in 2010 registered a population of 1486 inhabitants. Today Holbox is part of the biosphere reserve and protected area of flora and fauna called Yum Balam which means Lord Jaguar. This reserve and protected area was decreed by the Mexican government in 1994. This region is a natural refuge of several species in danger of extinction and observation.

Puerto Morelos

Puerto Morelos is the main port of Quintana Roo. satate. It is located 33 kilometers south of Cancun. It has port facilities with high national and international traffic. Fishing and tourism are the main sources activities. The last population census of 2015 registered a population of 37,502 inhabitants. Puerto Morelos is still a quiet and friendly town. ###### PUERTO MORELOS NATIONAL PARK Bordering the Yucatan Peninsula lies the Mesoamerican reef barrier, which is the second longest coral reef in the world. The longest is in Australia (the Great Barrier Reef). In Puerto Morelos the coral reef is closer to the coast than others areas of the Riviera Maya. In 1988 it became a protected area.

Puerto Aventuras

Puerto Aventuras is a private residential development, located between Playa del Carmen and Tulum. This beautiful tourist development belongs to the municipality of Solidaridad in the state of Quintana Roo. The community of Puerto Aventuras is divided into two large areas. The Puerto Aventuras complex: A residential and tourist area. And the town of Puerto Aventuras: With houses and apartments of social interest and popular neighborhoods. In the last population census (2010) Puerto Aventuras registered a population of 6,000 inhabitants. It is located 15 minutes from Playa del Carmen and one hour from the international airport of Cancun. Its waters are calm and there are not many tourists since the place was not planned to accommodate many people as in the case of Cancun. This place has one of the largest and most complete marinas in the peninsula, as well as golf courses, tennis courts and activities such as snorkeling, diving, swimming with dolphins and fishing. All these activities are among the most popular to practice in Puerto Aventuras.


Tulum was one of the last cities built and inhabited by the Mayans. Its maximum splendor was between centuries XII and XV. And still survived 70 years after the arrival of the Spaniards to Mexico. Its original name in the ancestral Mayan language was Zama which means Sunrise. When the place was found in Ruins was named Tulum which means Walled City, for being protected on one side by steep cliffs and the earth side by a wall of 5 meters high and 8 meters wide. Also had 397 meters long, parallel to the sea. ###### SANCTUARY AND COMMERCIAL PORT The Mayans participated in commercial traffic from Central Mexico to Honduras in Central America, sailing along coasts, inlets, rivers, lagoons and estuaries. Their canoes were not resistant to the turbulence of the sea and that is why, they always tried to stay near the coast or in shallow waters as precautionary measures. In commercial terms, Tulum was an important coastal commercial port that linked maritime trade with land. Currently Tulum belongs to the state of Quintana Roo and has a population of 28,600 inhabitants approximately. Its economy is based largely on tourism and Its beaches of white sand and spectacular turquoise blue color are considered among the best in the Riviera Maya and have great international prestige. Tulum climate is considered warm and humid with rains during the summer. It is characterized by high temperatures and humidity most of the year.

Riviera Maya

The waters of the Caribbean lie calmly and peacefully here under the brilliance of an awakening sky in this place chose by the gods for the enjoyment of man. The plants, beautiful and aromatic flowers, the plethora of wildlife, bask in this unending paradise under the bemused gaze of the heavens that offer the warming gifts of the sun by day and, by night, the most romantic moments created by the constellations of a starry sky and the pale light of the moon. Things you must do when you visit the Riviera Maya: - Swimming by the only archaeological site located by the sea... Tulum. - Spend a day of amazement interacting with Mexican culture in one of the most spectacular theme parks in the world Xcaret. - Snorkel in the largest natural aquarium in the world Xel-Ha. - Get the perfect suntan in Akumal silky beaches. - Explore the mystery of the Mayan caves in Aktun Chen. - Stroll along "La Quinta Avenida" of Playa del Carmen and enjoy the wide variety of bars, restaurants and shops. - Return in time and discover a Mayan village. - Discover the underwater world at the largest coral reef on the northern hemisphere... Snorkeling and Diving. - Get in touch whit one of the greatest biodiversities in the world on the Biosphere Reserve of Sian Ka'an. - Relax and experience a Mayan treatment in one of the multiples Spa´s in Riviera Maya.


Now a bit about the island...Cozumel is Mexico's largest island, nestled just 12 miles off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Cozumel measures 28 miles long & 10 miles wide,and is world renown for it's dazzling white sandy beaches and the remarkable clarity of the multi-hued azure Caribbean ocean in which it rests. The climate is subtropical & the people native to Cozumel are of Mayan descent. The Maya were a great culture of farmers,fisherman & warriors who ruled from Campeche to Guatamala for over 2000 years before the arrival of the Spanish Explorers in the 15th Century. They were quite an advanced civilazation, and the legacy of their culture survives in the vestiges of the huge cities that they built during their reign. One of the lesser known, but very interesting sites is here on the island and is called San Gervacio. Now a park with a resoration project to study the Mayan culture, this was once a sacred site where Mayan women journeyed to worship the goddess Ixchel, the goddess of fertility. Other facinating sites such as Chichen Itza with its massive pyramids that rival those at Cheops, and Tulum, the only Mayan city built overlooking the sea, and even Tikal in its lush jungle settings where wild monkeys still can be seen, each are an easy one day excursion from Cozumel. Cozumel itself was a sleepy little fishing community until 1961, when a Frenchman by the name of Jacques Cousteau declared us one of the most beautiful scuba diving areas of the world. Since that time Cozumel has become an underwater marine park to protect the delicate balance of it's dazzling coral reefs & abundant variety of tropical fish. The underwater wildlife is absolutely amazing here & due to the clarity of the water ( 100 - 200 ft visibility, depending on the season ), you do not have to be a diver to enjoy it. Simply put on a mask & snorkle and jump in & you will feel like you have been dropped into a tropical fish tank !!

Isla Mujeres

Isla Mujeres (Island of Women) is the perfect place for a short vacation or a new place to call home. You'll soon agree as you spend your days relaxing on a powder white beach, snorkeling in the crystal blue waters or just lounging in your hammock under your favorite palapa. By night you'll dine on fabulous meals of every variety. After you've eaten your fill, there is still plenty to satisfy all interests. Take a relaxing stroll through the moonlit streets while breathing in the ocean air. If you're so inclined, take in some of the abundant nightlife and maybe even dance your way 'til dawn. The Isla Mujeres is located due east off the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. It's about eight miles across the Bay of Women (Bahia Mujeres), still in sight of its neighbor to the west, Cancun. The island was formed by ocean currents depositing sediment, which provided its abundance of sand and flat topology. Isla is five miles long and roughly one half mile wide at the widest point.

Playa del Carmen

The once sleepy village of Playa del Carmen doubled twice in population in the last few years, mainly due to Europeans who discovered the alabaster-white beaches, gentle surf, coral reefs and slow lifestyle were the equal of the more expensive island of Cozumel just across the straits. Playa's dock is the pier for the 'people ferry' to Cozumel, so it's only a short trip over to snorkel or dive on Cozumel's incredible coral reefs. The strong foriegn influence has created a unique vagabond traveler ambiance. Numerous outrageously delicious restaurants provide sustenance and several foreign-owned hotels raise the standards of service to exacting levels. Combine that with a relaxed Mexican-Caribbean feeling and a sprinkling of American free- spirits and you've got Playa. It's definitely not the place to 'get away,' but it is a place to enjoy marvelous beaches by day and a lively nightlife in the evening. The mix of backpackers, archeological buffs and New Age sun worshippers makes Playa very interesting and worth some time. **GETTING AROUND** To get to Playa, 68 km (42 miles) south of Cancun, take a bus from the station downtown (about 1 1/2 hours). If you're in the hotel zone, you could negotiate a fare with a Cancun taxi driver to scoot you down. The main road into town, Av. Juarez or Av. Principal, depending on whom you ask, leads you right to the ferry dock and the pedestrian-only 5th Avenue, running perpendicular to the beach. It boasts many hotels, stores and restaurants. The bus station is right there at Av. 5 and Juarez and is a hub for further journeys down to Tulum, Chetumal and Belize. Many hotels are within easy walking distance from the bus and the street in front of the station is full of men on large yellow tricycles, who will ride you and/or your luggage cheaply to your hotel in a Mexican version of a rickshaw. If your hotel isn't close or you have to go on the back streets of Playa, get a cab right there. In 1994, in response to the growing popularity of the town, the streets were torn up for sewer and water lines. Unfortunately, there wasn't enough money left to repave them. Consequently, many of the new streets look as if the American Air Force has been using them as target practice with 500 lb smart bombs. The water-filled potholes in the unpaved roads outside of the oldest part of town make traffic crawl and require zig-zagging to the max. A stroll on the beach leads to Playa's attractive lighthouse (faro), where you can climb its exterior circular cement staircase to the top. The view is excellent and provides a great photo op.


The City of Cancun is a grand mixture of history and nature coming together to form a perfect getaway setting. A mixture of turquoise blue sea and intricate jungle, joined by some of the finest white sand covering it's beaches makes this truly a paradise to behold. After the ancient Mayas occupied this region, nobody else was interested in it. It was in the early 1960's that Cancun began to take shape revealing its many treasures. The City of Cancun has grown to about 450,000 inhabitants. The City is divided into Downtown Cancun and the Hotel Zone (where most of the tourist hotels are located). Many people flock to the Downtown area to haggle with the merchants in the giant mercados. At night, the Downtown area comes alive with a pleasing offering of nightlife. The Hotel Zone is an island shaped like a "7". It is attached to the mainland via the Punta Nizuc Bridge at the southern tip and the Playa Linda Bridge at the northern tip. The Hotel Zone is where most of the fabulous beach front hotels area located in Cancun as well as a mixture of dining and nightlife spots. Today, Cancun has extended its appeal beyond the local area. When one talks of Cancun, you have to include such places as Isla Mujeres, Contoy, Cozumel, Akumal, Playa del Carmen, Xcaret, Xel-Ha, Tulum, and even Chichen Itza. Cancun and its surrounding areas has all its takes to please even the most discerning traveler, no matter what interests or attractions you are looking for. Come to Cancun . . . Come to Paradise!

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