Cancun Airport Taxis
Cancun Airport Transfers Services for reliable, safe airport transportation for business and family vacations. Book a prepaid shared ride Van, private Van or Sedan.
Find the best fares and service for a taxi Cancun airport to hotel zone in Cancun, Playa del Carmen and Riviera Maya.
Please note that there are no authorized cabs at the airport. We strongly recommend that you book your cab transfer for Cancun Airport in advance. You will then receive instructions on where the cab company will be waiting for you.
Cancun International Airport (CUN)
Cancún International Airport (Aeropuerto Internacional de Cancún) is in Cancun, Quintana Roo, along the Caribbean coast of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula.
Currency: Mexican peso ($ or Mex$)
Cancun airport code IATA: CUN
Opened in: 1974
Cancun – Chetumal Km 22, 77565 Cancún, Q.R., México
Tel: +52 (998) 848 7200 or +52 (998) 886 0322
Cancun Airport Arrivals and Departures
How to get from Cancun Airport to Tulum
About cabs in Cancun airport, there is still something to be said. Private cab companies are paying to transfer passengers from Cancun airport. As a result, cab fares can be higher than expected when taking a taxi without a prepaid reservation.
For a transfer to Tulum, we recommend booking and prepay a cab transfer. Rates for private cabs for 4 people and luggage start from USD 84. For up-to-date pricing, please check rates in the online system.
The average travel time to Tulum is about 1,5 hours.
Palapas Park: try some local Mexican Food
The location of Palapas park is in the heart of the city of Cancun.It’s a great short trip from the hotel resorts. Here you will find great authentic Mexican snacks and local dishes. Do try a delicious marquesita or queso de bola. This is a crepe, rolled up like a taco, filled with cajeta, condensed milk, jam, chocolate or edam cheese.
Gran Cenote Tulum
On the Yucatan Peninsula is one of the last built Mayan cities: Tulum. The city of Tulum sits on a cliff 12 meters above the sea. Tulum is popular with tourists because of Gran Cenote.
In this underground cave it is possible to snorkel and swim in the clear blue water and see turtles.
There is an entrance fee and it can get crowded during the day.