Ocean Ports of Call

Calica - Mexico Highlights:
Cancun, Tulum and Coba ruins, Xei-Ha sea lagoon, Xcaret Eco-Archeological Park
Calica is located 72km south of Cancun and 8km south of the community of Playa del Carmen in the centre of the development of the Maya Caribbean Coast on the Yucatan Peninsula. The small port is newly developed and if you leave the ship a taxi or tour bus is essential.

The attractions within a short drive from Calica are numerous - visit Cancun for its shopping or the resort of Playa del Carmen. Tour Tulum's romantic cliff top ruins and the Coba Mayan ruins, featuring the pyrmamid of Noboch Mul with 120 steps. Go to the great beach at Xei-Ha sea lagoon, where you can swim and snorkel amidst exotic tropical fish, and Xcaret Eco-Archeological Park, a blend of ancient ruins, beaches and underwater caves. You can also fly to the awesome Mayan site at Chichen Itza. Many great resorts have been developed along the beautiful beaches and reefs of the Mexican Caribbean Coast and most offer opportunities for diving, fishing and sailing.

There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.

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