Parque Fundadores in Playa del Carmen

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  1. This is such a great guide. We love Playa del Carmen. No matter how crowded it is, it seems to keep the small town charm and feel. Thanks for the great tips!

    1. Hehe, that’s so true. It looks big, but it definitely has the small town vibe! I suppose that’s because it has grown so quickly.

  2. Wow, I’ve only ever been in Playa del Carmen (well, “through” Playa del Carmen would be a more accurate phrasing) a couple times, while Hitchhiking from Chetumal to Cancún (spoiler: it IS too much to do it in one day!) We did think at one point that we would have to spend the night there as a driver left us inside the city and it seemed impossible to leave it, but then we started asking cars that were stopped for a traffic light and surprisingly one of them took us to the next city (I can’t remember the name) and gave us 40 pesos for us to take a bus to Cancun!! (this was the last day on our trip and we were broke, heading to Cancun airport to go back home after a year in Central America).
    Crazy times!
    But your post really had made me want to explore it more! I’ve seen Cancun and Tulum but I somehow have only seen the inner parts of Playa, like that one time I’ve just mentioned or our first day in Mexico, when the bus stopped there. I felt that there was more to it, so I’m saving this post on my favourites to read it again when I go back, hopefully soon♥
    Thanks for sharing all of this valuable info!!

    1. That sounds like quite the adventure! I’m so happy you encountered a kind stranger who helped you out! There are many of them in Mexico, which is part of why I love it so much 😀

      I’m glad you enjoyed the post. Thanks for your comment!

  3. I really like the content of your post! I went to Playa del carmen many times and always find something new to do. My last experience was Bull shark Diving– Such a good experience!
    Thanks for sharing!

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