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If you need transportation for more than 10 passengers please call our office toll free at 1.888.414.0017 or contact us by email at reservations@cancunshuttle.com
After you write the first 3 letters of the name of your hotel a box with suggestions will appear. As you type more letters, this list will narrow down your choices. You need to choose the hotel from this list or you won't be able to complete your reservation. If the hotel is not on the list please call our office toll free at 1.888.414.0017 to arrange your reservation by phone.

Please choose your hotel from the drop down list that appears after you type three letters.

If the hotel is not on the list please call our office toll free at 1.888.414.0017 to arrange your reservation by phone.

Hotel Transportation

Write the name of your hotel, town or place.

Including children & infants.

Date you need the service.

Customs

customs

During the inbound flight, you will receive and need to fill out a customs form (Hacienda). After passing through immigration, you collect your bags and proceed to the exit. You will hand the form to the customs agent and press the button on what looks like a traffic light.

A green light means "go" and red means "inspection" in which case, officials perform a quick inspection.

As a rule of thumb you are allowed to bring into Mexico whatever you need for the time period you will be staying in Mexico. You are not allowed to bring food, fruits and/or products that are not "company" packed and sealed. And if you are bringing food or products they are allowed only if you need them because of a special diet or for medical reasons.

The same rule applies to medicine. You are allowed to bring enough medicine for the time period you will be in Mexico. If you are bringing an unusual quantity of medicine please bring a doctor's prescription just in case you need to prove the medicine is for your own consumption.

If you have any questions about Mexican Customs please check our FAQ section. There is a good chance somebody already asked that question. If not, then we strongly recommend you contact your nearest Mexican Consulate. There you can get more specific information about anything that has to do with "allowances" and what products are prohibited in Mexico. Here is a link to Mexican Consulates around the world:

http://www.inm.gob.mx/index.php/page/Embajadas_Consulados