Accommodations

Chetumal is a diver city with attractions that appeal to everyone from eco-tourists to beach bums. For this reason, it makes sense that accommodations here are varied, so whether you'd like splurge on a luxury resort or stay in a cozy cabin, you're options are covered. Guests can find lots of different booking possibilities to consider in the area. Read further information on each of the properties by clicking on their names. more…

Hotels

Whether your days will be spend on local… more…

Transportation

Just north of the border that Mexico shares with Belize, Chetumal has… more…

Air Travel

Tourists planning a getaway in Chetumal shouldn't be fooled by the fact… more…

Rental Cars

Some vacation destinations can happily be explored without the use of… more…

Sailing & Boating

Sailing is popular in the Mexican… more…

Taxis

Taxis are not as plentiful in Chetumal… more…

Attractions

The capital of the Quintana Roo region… more…

Attractions

The capital of the Quintana Roo region of Mexico is Chetumal. The city is rich with history that has been left behind by the once… more…

Activities

From Belize, Chetumal stands as the gateway to Mexico and it is always busy with the comings and goings of people across the border. The town itself is overall a quiet destination and tourism is not its primary objective. Those who stay, however, will find activities to keep them busy such… more…

Sailing & Boating

Sailing is popular in the Mexican Caribbean and despite a location that… more…

Restaurants

Chetumal is a great destination for diners thanks to the fact that the town is so close to Belize. Visitors will find many restaurants… more…

Food

From elegant restaurants serving five-star cuisine to street-corner… more…

Events & Festivals

Whether you’re a fisherman, party lover, musician or anyone in… more…

Sailing & Boating

Sailing is popular in the Mexican Caribbean and despite a location that is slightly hidden from easy reach by sailors in the Caribbean Sea thanks to a hook of coastal property that runs from Majahaul to Ambergris Caye, Belize, if you dream of sailing to your vacation here, it is certainly a… more…

Weather

Cancún, Cozumel, and the rest of the Mexican Caribbean have the sun's attention year-round. The region's annual temperature averages a comfortable 80 degrees Fahrenheit (27 degrees Celsius), dipping from time to time as low as 65 degrees Fahrenheit (19 degrees Celsius) in January. In May, the mercury can rise to 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius), though ocean breezes cool the region. In the Yucatan, however,… more…

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