Playa del Carmen
Cosmetic & Bariatric Surgery
Why Playa del Carmen?
Playa del Carmen, the heart of the Riviera Maya, is a destination that has it all. Quality and warmth in the services and kindness in the treatment given to tourists is one of our distinguishing characteristics.
Playa del Carmen offers an extensive coastal area with meters and meters of white sand, intense heat practically all year, activities for adventure tourism with places to relax at the same time.
Here you find the same services, with certified personnel and quality facilities as in the US, but up to 70% cheaper. But there is more: it is not only cheaper, but more attractive and pleasant thanks to the development of medical centers specializing in destinations such as Playa del Carmen, where sun, beach and sea provide the perfect framework for the recovery of any patient.
How to get to Playa del Carmen?
The best way to arrive to Playa del Carmen is flying to Cancun, which has non-stop flights from several cities of the US (Houston, Dallas, Miami, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Salt Lake City, Detroit, Charlotte, Philly, Phoenix, and more), exit into the terminal and AVOID OFFERS FOR TRANSPORTATION INSIDE THE AIRPORT as it is most likely involves a timeshare presentation. Only speak with employees of the company you hired, an official taxi booth employee or an ADO Bus employee with the logo on his/her shirt. The most economical way (146 pesos per person) from the airport to Playa del Carmen is to take the air-conditioned ADO Bus. Luggage can be stored underneath and they run almost every 30 minutes. It’s a very nice and easy ride that takes you right to the Playa bus station located on 5th Ave and Juarez.
What to do in Playa del Carmen?
Playa del Carmen is the heart of the Riviera Maya and from here you can reach any point of interest, it has a great hotel infrastructure and natural attractions are within walking distance, as well as to enjoy a delicious dinner or perform its shopping does not need but to go to the famous fifth avenue, or go to the Island of Cozumel, world-wide known by its Coral reefs.
Cenote Diving/Snorkeling: What’s a cenote you ask? It’s an underground cave filled with fresh water. The Yucatan has tons of them — sinkholes that open up into underground rivers with the clearest water you’ve ever seen.
Visit Mayan Ruins: The ancient Mayan ruins of Tulum are located South of Playa del Carmen in the town of Tulum. A must-visit if you’re in the area.
Hit the Beach and Snorkel: Travelers come here for many reasons. For many, the main attraction are the beaches. The long white sands fringe the shore, and the waters are clean and turquoise in the light.
Swim With Sea Turtles: Akumal beach, 30 minutes South of Playa del Carmen. The shallow blue-green water here is home to Green, Hawksbill and Loggerhead sea turtles that you can swim with.
While Playa del Carmen certainly isn’t considered a top foodie spot, there are still plenty of restaurants you can enjoy in this resort town. Playa del Carmen has a wide range of eateries, from simple local fare to sophisticated fine dining establishments. You’ll likely encounter menus full of seafood, Mexican fare and even some American eats. And while chances are you’ll eat most of your meals at your hotel if you’re staying in an all-inclusive resort, you should plan to venture off the property to sample a few of Playa’s offerings around town.
La Coronela is known for its tasty food (think: tacos, enchiladas, guacamole, margaritas and more) at affordable prices. For succulent and fresh tacos al pastor, head to El Fogón; for shrimp tacos and ceviche, check out La Laguna in the Fairmont Mayakoba. If you’re looking to splurge on dinner, Oh LaLa comes highly recommended as an upscale restaurant with creative dishes and an intimate atmosphere. The town is also known for having a significant expatriate European population, evidenced by many European-style restaurants serving everything from tapas to Italian cuisine.