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Cancun is located in Mexico's easternmost state, Quintana Roo, on the Yucatán Peninsula. This beautiful paradise is well known as The Mexican Caribbean. The tourist zone is located in a narrow shaped 7 island where the modern beachfront hotels are located as well as discos, restaurants, luxury malls and much more. During your transfer from the Cancun Airport to the hotel, you will look upon the breathtaking turquoise sea and the amazing Nichupte lagoon. The Cancun Airport is located 13 miles from the hotel zone and 15 miles from downtown Cancun.

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Rates and descriptions per vehicle.

Express Van LT

If you are traveling with a small group of friends or your family is of more than 6 persons, our Express Van is ideal for your airport transfer service, the Express Van is the equipped version which has dual A/A.

Passenger Limit from 1 to 6 people
Prices from $35.00 usd One Way
Prices from $60.00 usd Round Trip Service

Suburban LT

The Suburban LT is high recommended for couples and families up to 5 people, the Suburban LT is fully equipped for your best comfort during your arrival and departure service.

Passenger Limit from 1 to 5 people
Prices from $55.00 usd One Way
Prices from $100.00 usd Round Trip Service

CADILLAC ESCALADE

Ours Cadillac Escalades are the ultimate expression of luxury and comfort, our recent models are the most equipped version that will make your transfer the most pleasant and memorable during your visit.

Passenger Limit from 1 to 5 people
Prices from $100.00 usd One Way
Prices from $185.00 usd Round Trip Service

SPRINTER

Our Sprinters are ideal for groups up to 16 passengers, its space and comfort will make your transfer and/or tour a memorable trip, all the Sprinters are equipped with air conditioning throughout the unit and with DVD screen.

Passenger Limit from 1 to 16 people
Prices from $85.00 usd One Way
Prices from $160.00 usd Round Trip Service