Getting Here

Traveling to Cancun has never been so easy. There are several transportation options to choose from.

By Air 

Cancún International Airport

The airport sits 16 kilometers (approximately 9.94 miles) away from the Hotel Zone and 20 kilometers (around 12.42 miles) from the city center. It boasts four terminals, each thoughtfully equipped and designed with state-of-the-art technology, catering to the diverse needs of its passengers.

The Cancun International Airport receives the largest number of international passengers in Mexico with direct flights to and from different destinations in the United States, Canada, Europe and some Latin American countries. In addition to covering national routes to and from a large number of cities within the Mexican Republic.

By Land


There are trucks that leave for Cancun from Puerto Morelos, Playa del Carmen, Chiquilá, Mahahual, Chetumal, and Bacalar.

To arrive through Yucatan you must take the Federal Highway 180 that connects the state with Cancun; or Highway 184 that connects Yucatán with the southern part of the State (Maya Ka´an and Grand Costa Maya).

The gateway from Central America to the Mexican Caribbean is through the Chetumal Libramiento-Subteniente López, and take the Federal Highway 307 Cancún-Chetumal.