Grand Costa Maya is located in the south of the state of Quintana Roo and is a multi-destination that comprises several options from a typical Caribbean enclave like Chetumal, a Magical Town like Bacalar, beautiful beaches like Mahahual and Xcalak, and amazing Mayan sites like Chacchobén or Kohunlich.
Grand Costa Maya is a land blessed with a combination of tropical jungle, wetlands, white sand beaches, coral reefs, abundant wildlife, and wonderful archaeological sites. Ideal to practice alternative tourism and enjoy the Mayan culture, as there are communities that preserve their ancestral traditions.
How to get to Grand Costa Maya?
The city of Chetumal has an airport. Currently, you can fly from any country to Mexico City and there is a daily flight to Chetumal that takes 95 minutes. You can also arrive by private plane flying from Cancun, Cozumel, and Playa del Carmen.
The roads connecting the destination with the rest of the state are modern and safe, so you can rent a car, or take one of the tourist buses from Cancun, Playa del Carmen, or Tulum. From Cancun you can take Federal Highway 307, crossing the Riviera Maya, passing through the municipality of Felipe Carrillo Puerto, until you reach Chetumal.
From Belize City take the road to the Santa Elena border bridge passing through Orange Walk and Corozal and at the border take Federal Highway 307.
From Merida, take Federal Highway 184 and pass through the archaeological zones of Mayapan and Acanceh, take the Puuc Route and the town of Tekax, until you connect with Federal Highway 307.
From other points in the southeast, Chiapas, Tabasco, or Campeche, take Federal Highway 186 and pass through the archaeological zones of Calakmul, Balam Ku, Xpuhil, and Río Bec until you reach Chetumal.