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    ADO takes you to the Mayan World, in where you´ll enjoy through your five senses the beautiful landscapes of the peninsula, as well as culture, music, handcrafts, regional gastronomy and colors , which will wake you up in to amazing places. So, ADO invites you to discover the best places and destinations to have fun, relax, explore and enjoy this summer 2012.

    Maya Pass is a passport with which the passenger can travel and discover archeological sites, tourist cities and beaches, among other places, according to the tourist program set in a given period of time, through a pass for 3, 7, 14 or up to 21 days. Maya Pass prices vary according to the number of days:

    3 días (days) – 120 usd.
    7 días (days) – 280 usd.
    14 dias (days) – 560 usd.
    21 dias (days) – 840 usd.

    The best option that offer this pass is that you can decide on which brand and time you´ll travel, according to the existing retail offer. After reserve your Maya Pass travel at Boletotal,  passengers can go to any ticket office of the Red ADO to request the tickets.

    For more info go: (contact Boletotal)

    Mayan World Route concentrated the states of Chiapas (Tuxtla Gutierrez, Izapa, Palenque), Tabasco (Comalcalco, Pomona, Villahermosa), Campeche (Calakmul, Campeche, Edzná), Yucatan (Chichen Itza, Merida, Uxmal) and Quintana Roo (Cancun, Coba, Tulum).


    quintana Roo

    Quintana Roo

    Quintana Roo has the most enriching ecotourism destinations such as: Playa del Carmen, Tulum, Xel-ha, Bacalar, Coba, Mahahual, Puerto Morelos and Cancun. This state is also known for its clean beaches, archaeological sites, entertainment centers, as well as its fashion malls and tourism services.




    Campeche has several areas of Mayan settlements among them Edzná, Calakmul and Jaina Island, as well as  well maintained fortifications and formers.





    Tabasco is renowned for its impressive archaeological vestiges and the world famous Olmec heads, but also has beautiful beaches, museums, parks, wetlands, lagoons, mangroves and lush vegetation. Not to be miss.




    Chiapas is home to archaeological sites of great interest as: Palenque, Bonampak and Yaxchila, and also beautiful colonial cities and spectacular temples. Its ecological reserves as the  National Park  Canyon del Sumidero and the imposing Lacandon Jungle that contain the most impressive natural landscapes in the world.



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