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Newbie  Tulum to Caye Caulker
03. Jun 2011 at 20:11
 
So we are traveling to Tulum.  Been there plenty but this time we are going to take a bus south.  We would like to visit Majahaul, Xcalak, Bacalar, Chetumal, and Caye Caulker.  We have from the 2nd of July, then back to Cancuun to fly out on the 14th.  
We would love some help as there is limited info on how to get to these places, what order to do thme in, and do we need reservations.  We are rough travelers, we like cabanas and are on a budget.  Big question is can we get from Xcalak to Caye Caulker without going through Belize City...in other words can we get there by water and what is the customs deal?   Lots of questions, would appreciate any info.  Thanks. peace. di
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Reply #1 - 07. Jun 2011 at 19:13
 
These places are opposite sides of the chetumal bay, but here's my suggestion:
1. Bus from Tulum to Bacalar (2.5 hours)
2. Bus from Bacalar to Chetumal (<1 hour)
3. Bus from Chetumal to Majahual (2.5 hours)
4. Taxi (or maybe there is a bus) from Majahual to Xcalak (45 mins)
5. Boat (Charter only - probably for US$200) from Xcalak to San Pedro, Belize (customs and immigration is at both points) - 1 hour
6. Boat (frequent Water Taxi) from San Pedro to Caye Caulker (20 mins)
Return Journey:
7. Boat (Daily water taxi) from San Pedro to Chetumal (customs and immigration is at both points) (2 hours)
8. ADO Bus leaves Chetumal at 12:30am (local time) directly to Cancun airport (5.5 hours). Earlier buses will take u to downtown Cancun, then you can take 30 min shuttle over to airport.
I don't think you need reservations. In low season,  most places have low occupancy and better rates.
Hope this helps.
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Reply #2 - 26. Jul 2011 at 00:31
 
Have you returned from your trip Di? Please share your experience with us.
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