In canada transfers we take you to enjoy the best landscapes and Mexican culture with exclusive attention in each of the destinations where we have the following services. Our principal destinations are Cancun & Los Cabos



Mérida is the capital of the state of Yucatán, in Mexico, and is known as "the White City" due to the large number of white-painted colonial buildings found in its historic center. It is a city full of charm and tradition, with a rich history that dates back to the Spanish colonial era.

The historic center of Mérida is one of the largest and best preserved in Latin America. Its cobbled streets and colonial architecture show the Spanish legacy, with beautiful facades adorned with wrought iron balconies and internal patios full of vegetation.

Mérida is also known for its vibrant squares, such as Plaza Grande or Zócalo, which is the heart of the historic center. Here you will find the majestic Cathedral of San Ildefonso and the Municipal Palace. In addition, on weekends it becomes a central point for cultural and artistic events.

Gastronomy also plays an important role in Mérida. The city is famous for its regional Yucatecan food, characterized by unique flavors such as achiote (a red spice used to marinate meat), errados (sauces made from spices), and iconic dishes such as cochinita pibil (Mayan-style marinated meat) and papadzules (stuffed tortillas).

In addition, Mérida has a wide cultural offering with interesting museums such as the Great Museum of the Mayan World or the Palacio Cantón Regional Anthropological and Historical Museum.

In short, Mérida combines colonial history, impressive architecture, deep-rooted cultural traditions and unique cuisine to offer an authentic and unforgettable experience to those who visit.

Los Caboso

There are two cities located in Los Cabos area : Cabo San Lucas and San Jose Del Cabo, Between these two cities there is 20 mile corridor with beautiful hotels, golf courses and condominiums complex along the beach .

Los Cabos area is a mix of desert landscape, white and sandy beaches. The most famous landmark of los Cabos is “EL ARCO” Sitting on the sport where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez

Cabo San Lucas is famous for its nightlife, has many attractions, including The Marina with more than 370 slips accommodating vessels up to 175 feet, San Jose Del Cabo is a smaller city With picturesque cobbled streets, jacaranda trees and a church dating back to the year 1,700


Holbox is a Mexican island located in the Yucatán Channel, northeast of the Yucatecan Peninsula, in the state of Quintana Roo. It is known for its rich biodiversity, including a colony of 400,000 red flamingos that visit between April and October, as well as dolphins and whale sharks.

The island's only town is quaint and quiet, with unpaved streets and a charming, multicultural local community. The island measures approximately 2 km wide and 42 km long, with 8 km of populated area. You will not find large hotel chains, but accommodation options ranging from camping to boutique hotels, in harmony with the peaceful atmosphere of the island.

The inhabitants of Holbox move mainly on foot, in golf carts, motorcycles or bicycles, as they are very environmentally conscious and it is rare to see cars circulating on the island. Among the activities you can enjoy are watching and swimming with whale sharks, especially from mid-July to mid-August, as well as snorkeling, although the water is not as clear as in the Riviera Maya.

The local gastronomy is remarkable, especially the dishes based on fresh seafood such as lobster and octopus, typical products of the region. Holbox is an ideal destination for both relaxation and adventure, offering unique experiences in an impressive natural environment.

Puerto Morelos

Puerto Morelos is a charming fishing town located in Quintana Roo, on the coast of the Riviera Maya, between Cancun and Playa del Carmen. It is known for its relaxed and Caribbean atmosphere, far from mass tourism, offering a more authentic experience of Mexico.

The town is divided into three sections: Colonia Joaquín Zetina Gazca to the west of the highway, Colonia Pescadores to the east, and on the east coast, the Puerto or Antiguo Puerto Morelos, which preserves the original charm of the fishing village with private houses , hotels, condominiums, restaurants and tourist shops.

Puerto Morelos is also the starting point to explore the "Great Mayan Reef", the second largest barrier reef in the world, ideal for activities such as snorkeling and diving. In addition, it has a botanical garden that is a sanctuary of the Mayan jungle and a small zoo north of the town entrance. It is a destination that contrasts with the glamorous Cancun and the eclectic Playa del Carmen, offering a unique experience for visitors.

Puerto Aventuras

Puerto Aventuras is a vibrant and luxurious community located in the municipality of Solidaridad, in the heart of the Riviera Maya of Quintana Roo, Mexico. Founded on December 20, 1984, this town has become a top tourist destination due to its proximity to beautiful beaches, cenotes, archaeological sites such as Tulum, Cobá and Chichén Itzá, as well as theme parks such as Xcaret, Xel-Há and Xplor.

The Puerto Aventuras community is divided into two main areas:
- Puerto Aventuras Complex: A residential and tourist development area that has a marina, beaches facing the Caribbean Sea and a golf course.
- Puerto Aventuras Town: Subdivisions of social interest and popular neighborhoods.

Among the activities you can enjoy in Puerto Aventuras are diving, snorkeling, fishing, nightlife, swimming with dolphins, golf and tennis. In addition, its paradisiacal beaches are characterized by having white sands and being in front of one of the largest reefs in the world, which makes them safe and perfect for the whole family.

In short, Puerto Aventuras offers a unique combination of exclusivity and tranquility, with a wide range of activities for travelers looking for an unforgettable vacation experience.

Riviera Maya

The Riviera Maya is a tourist area located on the coast of the Caribbean Sea in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. It extends along about 210 km of coastline, from Puerto Morelos in the north to Punta Allen in the south. It is known for its beautiful white sand beaches, archaeological zones, and rich biodiversity that includes reefs, parks, lagoons, rivers, cenotes and underground caverns.

The region is also famous for its tourist infrastructure, which includes about 405 hotels of various categories, many of which operate under the "All Inclusive" system. Additionally, the Riviera Maya offers a diverse gastronomic experience, with a mix of international and local cuisine, including Yucatecan food.

The influence of the Mayan culture is evident in the region, not only in the names of places but also in the traditions and archaeological remains that can be found in sites such as Tulum, Cobá and the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve.


Cozumel is a Mexican island located in the Caribbean Sea, off the coast of Quintana Roo, and is part of the Riviera Maya. With an area of approximately 500 km, it is one of the largest and most populated islands in Mexico. Cozumel is a world-renowned tourist destination, especially famous for its coral reefs that attract divers from all over the world.

The island offers a variety of attractions, including:
- Coral Reefs: Promoted by oceanographer Jacques Cousteau, they are ideal for diving and snorkeling.
- San Gervasio Archaeological Zone: A Mayan site related to worship rituals.
- National Marine Park: In the south of the island, it is one of the best places in the world for diving.
- Palancar Beach: A quiet beach ideal for relaxing.
- Punta Sur Park: The largest ecological reserve on the island, where you can kayak, snorkel, and bird watch.

San Miguel is the main town of Cozumel, where shops, nightlife and restaurants are concentrated. In addition, some streets are decorated with murals from the SEA Walls project, created by international artists. In the western part of the island, the beaches are white sand and calm waters, while in the eastern part, the sea is rougher and caution is recommended when bathing.

Isla Mujeres

Isla Mujeres is an ideal Caribbean destination for those seeking tranquility and relaxation. This fishing town is surrounded by a stunning sea and has some of the best beaches in Mexico. In addition to its natural beauty, Isla Mujeres offers adventure activities such as tours to explore marine life, swims with dolphins, whale sharks, and sea turtles.

The island is also famous for its nightlife, its beach clubs with seaside restaurants and nighttime activities that include shows. For gastronomy lovers, the most representative dishes are based on fish and seafood, highlighting Tikinxik, a fish baked underground or grilled, seasoned with achiote, and snail ceviche.

In terms of culture, Isla Mujeres has a rich history dating back to Mayan times and was a place frequented by pilgrims who worshiped the goddess Ixchel. The Spanish conquistadors named the island after finding clay statues in the shape of women when they arrived at it.

If you are interested in diving, you can't miss MUSA, the Underwater Museum of Art, where you can explore underwater sculptures on the Manchones reef. Other attractions include El Farito, Isla Contoy, and Tortugranja, a turtle sanctuary.

To get to Isla Mujeres, you can take a ferry from Puerto Juárez in Cancún, which will take you to the island in about 15 minutes, or a ferry from Punta Sam, which takes about 45 minutes.

Playa del Carmen

Playa del Carmen is a vibrant city located in the heart of the Riviera Maya, in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. It is the second most populated city in Quintana Roo and stands out for being a first-class tourist destination.

The city is famous for its Fifth Avenue, a pedestrian street where you will find a wide variety of restaurants, cafes, bars and shops offering everything from crafts to luxury goods. The cultural and social mix of Playa del Carmen is palpable, with Mayan dialects and foreign languages heard on every corner, reflecting its international community.

The beaches of Playa del Carmen are known for their fine white sand and turquoise waters, ideal for activities such as diving and snorkeling, thanks to its proximity to the second largest coral reef in the world. In addition, the city is an excellent starting point to explore other treasures of the Riviera Maya, such as archaeological zones and eco-tourist parks.

In short, Playa del Carmen offers a perfect combination of relaxation on its beautiful beaches, adventure in its nearby natural parks and exciting nightlife, all within a cosmopolitan and welcoming atmosphere.


Cancun is a vibrant, planned city in Mexico, located in the state of Quintana Roo. It is known for being a world-class tourist destination, with a population of 888,797 inhabitants according to the 2020 census. The city is divided into five main zones, with the Hotel Zone being the most important, where most of the beaches and activities are concentrated. tourist.

Cancun's beaches are famous for their 17 kilometers of white sand and turquoise waters, ideal for snorkeling and diving due to the rich marine life they host. In addition, Cancun offers a world-renowned nightlife, with parties, shows and a wide selection of drinks.

For those interested in history and culture, Cancún is home to important Mayan archaeological pieces, such as the ruins of Chichen Itzá and Tulum. The city is also a center for luxury, ecotourism, sports, gastronomy and entertainment, all in one place.

Cancun also stands out for its safety, allowing visitors to fully enjoy their vacation. Cancun can be reached by air via Cancun International Airport, which connects to numerous international destinations, or by sea, as it is a popular cruise destination.

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