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ADO Bus Terminal in Cancun

Jul 27, 2011 | No Responses

ADO Bus Terminal - CancunTravelling around the Yucatan is simple, cheap, convenient and similar to any other major city. On Avenida Tulum you will find the ADO bus terminal with destinations to anywhere in the Pennisula and beyond. Comfortable coach buses with air conditioning and on some a wi-fi connection. A movie is played on every trip but don’t expect the latest blockbusters to entertain you. Just last week I was watched a Christmas movie from about ten years ago.  At least it’s entertaining none the less.

The structure to the right is in the centre of the roundabout at Avenida Tulum and Uxmal, beside the terminal

For an extensive list of all destinations, fares and timetables visit

All prices noted below are for one-way fare.

ORIGIN: Cancun
Located on Avenida Tulum 77500, opposite the Mexicana
From the Hotel Zone you catch the R1-bus

When you exit the terminal the ticket booth is to the right. You can see a mini-terminal of coach buses and can purchase tickets at any time, no need to book in advance. Fares are 42 Pesos

Playa del Carmen and Cozumel
• 42 Pesos
• You can buy your ticket at a designated booth that sells only tickets to Playa and Puerto
• Runs 4:55am-11:30pm
• Departs, on average every 15-20 minutes and the front of the bus is labeled, Playa del Carmen
• The terminal in Playa is right off the popular 5th Avenue
• The last bus from Playa to Cancun is at 11pm
• If you are heading to Cozumel the ferry dock is approximately a 10 minute walk from the bus terminal

Puerto Morelos
• 20 Pesos
• Buy your ticket in the same booth as Playa
• Runs 4:55am-11:30pm
• Catch the bus labeled Playa del Carmen as it first stops in Puerto
• From the terminal in Puerto you can catch a cab (20 Pesos) that will take you to the beach.

• 92-100 Pesos
• Buy your ticket at the main agent station in the Cancun bus terminal
• Runs 6am-11.30pm
• Departs, on average, every 45 minutes
• From the terminal in Tulum you are on the main strip and have to catch a cab to the beach

Author: Janelle Brandon

As our dedicated travel writer, Janelle scours Cancun and the Riviera Maya for all the cool things to do around here. From working and living to getting around, and, of course, the best beaches (she loves her sun and sand). Janelle lets you know how it is. As our Chief Operations Officer she makes sure we are not skipping out on work to laze on the beach (although sometimes she joins us). She's a pleasure to have around and always making us laugh with her crazy stories.

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