Aktivitäten in Playa del Carmen

Reiserouten für Ihre Playa del Carmen-Reise

Einheimische am Reiseziel Playa del Carmen teilen ihre besten Tipps für einen wundervollen Aufenthalt.
Stellen Sie Ihre perfekte Playa del Carmen-Reiseroute zusammen

Wie man 2 Tage in Playa del Carmen verbringt

Organisiert von Leah Still Jollfreelance writer who's traveled to Mexico often.

With 48 hours in Playa del Carmen, you can enjoy a variety of attractions and activities dedicated to the natural beauty and culture of Riviera Maya and the Yucatan Peninsula. Here are a few ways to create a 2-day itinerary that highlights the best of the region.

Day 1: Morning

About 15 minutes south of central Playa del Carmen, a collection of three adventure, jungle, and eco-archaeological parks—Rio Secreto, Xplor, and Xcaret—offer a variety of family-friendly activities including ziplining and swimming in underground rivers. Spend a few hours, or the whole day, at the one that best suits your group.

Day 1: Afternoon

Head out to sea on a half-day tour by catamaran to go swimming and snorkeling in the clear Caribbean waters. Look for sea turtles and tropical fish, and admire the scenery as the boat glides along the coast. Cruises often include drinks and lunch on board.

Day 1: Night

Learn about Playa del Carmen’s culinary culture on an evening food tour, or enjoy Vegas-style entertainment with a Riviera Maya spin at a Cirque du Soleil show, with dinner and Champagne options to suit your budget and preferences.

Day 2: Morning

Take advantage of Playa del Carmen’s position near the sea, jungle, and ancient ruins on a day tour. If you prefer the water, book a catamaran cruise to Isla Mujeres. For history and adventure, choose a combo tour to Tulum with ziplining and swimming in underground caves. Or visit Xel-Ha aquatic park for snorkeling.

Day 2: Afternoon

For a shorter excursion that doesn’t take up the whole day but still provides adventure, opt for a half-day jungle buggy tour, where you traverse the lush environment in an open-air 4x4, stopping to swim in a cenote, a natural underground swimming hole.

Day 2: Night

Hop aboard an evening cruise for a relaxing way to watch the sunset, and then amp up the energy with a nightclub pass to some of Playa del Carmen’s top nightlife venues, where you can mingle with locals and other visitors and dance ‘til you drop.

Weitere Aktivitäten in Playa del Carmen anzeigen