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Costa Maya Cruise Reviews

Costa Maya Cruise Port
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If you build it, they will come. Costa Maya, located on a peninsula along Mexico's Caribbean coast, about 100 miles south of Playa del Carmen, feels like a private island created from scratch ...
chiquitawardell@yahoo.com
07/16
great shopping Read more
songerling
07/16
We had planned to go to Blue Kay for a day at the beach but one of the "salesmen" that met us off ... Read more
mnachum100
07/16
Did some fun shopping (we had visited before on another trip so took a break from excursions) Read more
L1211
07/16
Lovely beach. Nice lunch at Crazy Lobster. Free beach amenities with lunch. Nice people. Read more
walterlee78
07/16
This seems to be a pretty new port, and there were some stores and restaurants to shop at right off the boat. ... Read more
ladywraith24
07/16
Great Port shopping, very clean area, pool available.took a short taxi ride to fishing village nearby with ... Read more
nealstuber
07/16
Our beach Break to Nohoch Kay was very nice, but if you are just looking for a simple beach day this is one ... Read more
utopiashop@msn.com
07/16
nice tour, really enjoyed this Read more
cbl330
06/16
Due to weather conditions we were unable to dock in Costa Maya and had to skip this port altogether, ... Read more
froger805
06/16
Beautiful port Read more
wranglerkb
06/16
Port includes free beach, free lounges, free swimming pool (huge) and dolphin tanks all inside the port Read more
cap622
06/16
Average Caribbean port. Read more
pookeysmom
06/16
We booked Maya Chan beach club on our own online ahead of time. $59 pp included round trip transportation, ... Read more
philcruiser2013
06/16
The best thing to do while in Costa Maya is at the Mayan Wilderness Water Park which also has zip lines. A ... Read more
dstewartx4
06/16
Went ashore and had a few drinks at the bar. I wish I had known they had a pool with swim up bar. Read more
Summerlily
06/16
There is a pool here and a mini beach. It's stunning. It's bigger than the previous ports. There are dolphins ... Read more
Roosevelteacher
06/16
Just took a $3 trolley to beach and paid a taxi $2 per person for a ride back to port. Read more
Margarita Madam
06/16
Tourist trap; could not browse in peace without someone asking you to buy something. Everything seemed ... Read more
Jennyk46
06/16
This is my least favorite port. We went to a private beach and it was mucky but I did get some shade and the ... Read more
madthumper
06/16
The only reason I gave this a very good is for the area itself. Right on the water, nice lounge chairs and ... Read more
g2golfers
06/16
We found our own transportation to the beach and walked from the taxi to the beach about two blocks from ... Read more
LiftCruising
05/16
Lots to see and do at this port. Lots of little shops. Read more
Kids' first cruise
05/16
Costa Maya is another port that is really just for cruise ship guests. We shopped for awhile but there ... Read more
scubayou
05/16
Found our own cab driver - overall o.k. but major language barrier, scant info given and certainly not a ... Read more
Last Straw
05/16
Great shopping Read more
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