“Playa” as most call it is home to so many wonderful sights and sounds. If adventure travel is your thing then try a quad ride through the jungle to visit a Cenote, go zip lining, deep sea fishing, and finish your day in one of the top notch night clubs. If you’re not the adventurous type don’t fret, with miles and miles of white sand beaches and the ever alluring turquoise waters you’re sure to be able to unwind and relax.
Like the rest of the Caribbean, the hurricane season is from June to November. Although it seems like there is no low season to this tropical paradise the rainy season is from August to October.
They have a semi-tropical climate (hot and muggy) The average temperature is between 22-35°C with high humidity (usually over 85%). With an average ocean temperature of around 25°C and an average 240 days of sunshine/year. Playa Del Carmen is definitely a must on your vacation bucket list.
Playacar Phase I Public Beach is amazing and not overstuffed with tourists.
Mamitas Beach is busy and perfect for people watching. No matter which beach you spend the day at making sure you go for a dip in the ocean and do some snorkeling.The blue waters hold so much aquatic life and the reef is easy to swim out to.