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Costa Maya Port

| Fraccionamiento Nuevo Mahahual, Mahahual 77940, Mexico
00-52-983-10-26162
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Stay on the boat

Was not impressed the people are pushy to sell to the point of following you dowm the street and... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
tracydrummond
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Erin, Tennessee
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Fun golf cart rentals

Due to hurricane Irma, we were rerouted to Costa Maya unexpectedly. We had a great time after... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Lisa S
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West Palm Beach, Florida
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Costa Maya is one of Mexico's most popular cruise ports and emerging travel destinations located just hours from Cancun on Mexico's southern Yucatan Peninsula. The modern port is able to accommodate three ships at once, with the capability to dock Oasis and Epic sized ships, and entertain visitors at a destination that showcases the ancient and colonial heritage of the Mexican Caribbean with all of today's modern conveniences. Costa Maya is comprised of three grand pavilions, artisan and luxury shopping areas, a beach club, saltwater pools, fine restaurants and bars, and all the resources necessary to explore the surrounding jungle and the world's second largest coral reefs.
  • Excellent38%
  • Very good32%
  • Average16%
  • Poor10%
  • Terrible4%
Travellers talk about
“free pool” (20 reviews)
“swim up bar” (25 reviews)
“lots of shops” (23 reviews)
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| Fraccionamiento Nuevo Mahahual, Mahahual 77940, Mexico
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00-52-983-10-26162
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Was not impressed the people are pushy to sell to the point of following you dowm the street and the sea weed is plentyful

Thank tracydrummond
Reviewed 1 week ago

Due to hurricane Irma, we were rerouted to Costa Maya unexpectedly. We had a great time after renting golf carts and exploring the beaches and shops. The shopping and food is so inexpensive and the people are very friendly. We loved the golf carts and...More

1  Thank Lisa S
Reviewed 1 week ago

The port in Costa Maya itself is now pleasant for another shopping day. You will find some jewelry shops, hand crafts, food, pool. Also you can see there the dolphin thing (is a cage) - poor dolphins by the way! they are confined in a...More

Thank itamarav
Reviewed 1 week ago

Bring you kids down to the port and immerse them in Mexican culture. This port is a rare gem, it is fully developed to provide entertainment, shopping and food options with service provided by really nice local Mexican people.

Thank Victor S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We we're here while in a cruise with Royal Caribbean. It was an unplanned stop as hurricane Irma changed the itinerary for the week. The staff was all very friendly and accommodating. Also, there was an area to watch dolphins working with trainers, an exotic...More

Thank Rebecca W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Obviously it's not Cancun or Cozumel, but I was impressed with this RCI created port stop on a recent cruise. Along with the obligatory cruise port shops, there are some great non-chain stores and restaurants. Also, plenty of clean restrooms and a large free pool...More

2  Thank Kevin V
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Typical touristic place, full of restaurants and souvenirs shops; well organized and nice as first impression getting out from cruise ship. It looks designed to trap people inside: we had to reach the agency of the excursion provider that we had booked and we took...More

Thank Ale_Flying_around
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is my favorite Port area that I have been to. They had tons to do right in the port area. There is shopping, a free pool, bars, zip line, ropes course. It is decorated nicely and the people were friendly and not pushy. Wear...More

4  Thank Theresa B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Much improved since last visit here. Took a taxi to a beach and had a very nice few hours there. Back to the port and relaxed in the large pool there and watched the dolphins doing some tricks.

1  Thank skybluekid1
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Our cruise stopped in the port of Costa Maya. The port itself was nice. It was built just for cruise ship passengers, so there were all the typical cruise port stores and vendors. There was a nice pool area and some neat photo ops. It...More

3  Thank Renee W
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allanc620
30 August 2017|
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Response from Karen-John L | Reviewed this property |
Shuttle bus goes back and forth. You still need to walk length of ship to get to the elbow of the pier where the shuttle is. Shuttle doesn't go down to the exit door of the boat. If you want a beach you really need to book... More
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Jay1227
28 August 2017|
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Response from fatimafe0724 | Reviewed this property |
it's like a 30 minutes, because this activity is in a private beach. is not in the down town! Uvero is the name of the private beach club!! =)
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Janstamps76
30 July 2017|
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Response from Eric F | Reviewed this property |
we took a taxi to town for 2 bucks each, 5 minute drive
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