The highways and roads of the Riviera Maya –as well as throughout the entire Yucatan Peninsula– are super safe for regular, everyday use. Don’t be deterred from driving in Mexico, it is a very simple and logical road system, plus having a car gives you the greatest freedom whilst you’re traveling.
Read about how you can help us make a change and maintain this little paradise, little things you can do in Puerto Morelos when eating at Restaurants.
Although there is many wonderful options to choose, in this list you will find our personal suggestions of restaurants we eat regularly. We hope that you come to enjoy the food they serve as much as we do!
The charm of Puerto Morelos is also in its cuisine, with typical dishes that combine their Prehispanic and Spanish heritage, it offers delicious proposals to enjoy in all your meals.
With its own appeal and vibe that makes it a perfect vacation destination, Puerto Morelos is truly unique. You may be asking yourself why…. Well, let us explain.
You will be pleased to know that the average daily temperature is 27 degrees Celsius or 80 degrees Fahrenheit. This allows you to lay on the beach any day of the year and the ocean is warm enough to swim in year round as well, although locals tend not to swim from December until February.Continue reading “How is the weather”
The most common non Mexican national currency is the US Dollar. This is due to being the commonly used currency internationally and the bulk of tourist that come from the United States.
Bicycling is an excellent way to get around town, and they can be rented at a number of places in town. You can also go around town perfectly by walking to enjoy the most of it.
This is just to cover the basics and give a glance of things that might be important for you to know, like location, using your money, tipping, etc.
The great thing about the Riviera Maya is just how international the area is and how many countries there are tourist from. English is by far the most spoken language besides Spanish. Many locals that work in tourism speak Spanish and English and sometimes Mayan. So speaking to someone at restaurants and stores is goingContinue reading “What if you don’t speak Spanish?”