Intinerary

The following travel routes and recreational activities are only suggestions. You can travel these routes in any direction, combine different routes or customize your own route. Mexicamp RV Rental can advise you during your vacation planning based on your interest. Our main goal is for a Mexicamp motorhome to facilitate your dream trip while you DISCOVER YOUR OWN MEXICO.

 Mexicamp recommend this itinerary for 30 days to enjoy the places and beaches.

 

Total distance: minimum 2300 km, 45 hours driving

You can discover: 

  • History: prehispanic history, 
  • Culture: regional handcraft specially in Oaxaca
  • Archeology: Monte Alban, Mitla, Palenque, Chichen Itza, Tulum
  • Nature: Mountains, Jungle, pacific coast and Carribean
  • Culinary: regional (famous Mole in Oaxaca or Panuchos in Merida), seafood
  • Recreational activities: swimming, cycling, wildlife observation, surfing, snorkeling, diving, cave diving, canion boat trip, Cenote diving, horseback riding
  • Magical towns: Cholula, Chiapa de Corzo, San Cristóbal de las Casas, Itzamal, Valldolid

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1. stop: Tlaxcala, Tlaxcala; stay at “IMSS Centro Vacacional La Trinidad” or “IMSS Centro Vacacional La Malintzi”

2. stop: Oaxaca, Oaxaca; stay at “San Felipe Trailer Park” or “Oaxaca Trailer Park”, or stay at “Overlander Oasis” (reservation required) in Santa Maria Del Tule. Visit archeological site “Monte Alban” or “Mitla”

3. stop: Tehuantepec, Oaxaca; stay at “Santa Teresa Trailer Park”

4. stop: Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas; stay at “La Hacienda Hotel Trailer Park

5. stop: Palenque, Chiapas; stay at one of the campgrounds between village and national park / archeological site of Palenque

6. stop: Escarcega, Campeche; stay at “Centro Conservación De La Vida Silvestre”  

7. stop: Possibility to drive to Chetumal, Quintana Roo and than northway to Cancun or follow route to Campeche, Campeche and stay in “Club Nautico” or “Kin Ha Parque Acuatico Campeche” 

8. stop: Merida, Yucatan; stay at “Rainbow RV Campground”. Possible side trips from here are Puerto Progreso (stay at “Hotel y Apartamentos Bienestar”), Celestún  (stay at “Celestún Docks”)

9. stop: archeological site “Chichen Itza” Yucatan; stay at “Pyramide Inn” or “Stardust Inn” 

10. stop: Valladolid, Yucatan; stay at ”Restaurante Hacienda Ticuch” or “Cenote Cabaña Suytun”

11. stop: Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo; stay at “Paa Mul RV Park And Cabañas” or “Xpu Ha Campground” between Tulum and Playa del Carmen

12. stop: near Cancún stay at “Acamaya Reef Motel-Cabanas-RV Park.com/“ 

 

last day: drop off near Cancún Airport

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Note: all journeys are planned with Google Maps and a lot of the mentioned RV parks can be found in thethe Book “Travelers Guide To Mexican Camping” from Mike and Terri Church. Mexicamp RV Rental has not visited all the recommended campgrounds and does not assume responsability for their conditions.

Not all roads are suitable for RV due to their size, especially in Magical towns the streets are narrow. 

Mexicamp recommends taking the time to discover Mexico City on either end of your road trip. There is a lot to see! For instance, Xochimilco, Templo Mayor, Zocalo Square with the cathedral, historic city center, Coyoacan, the largest city park in Latin America, Chapultepec Park with the only castle on the American continent, etc. Also, you can take a museum tour at the National Museum of Anthropology, see the art of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, visit a concert, and enjoy the nightlife.

Just take a walk to the historic center, enjoy the city life and eat in some typical cantina restaurants between Bellas Artes, Plaza Garibaldi, and Santo Domingo y Zocalo. 

If you are interested in archeology please visit the page of the national antropology and history institute (INAH), where you can find all sites listed for every state.

If you are interested in magic town you can install the app “pueblos magicos” at your android smartphone (also available for IPhones). Other useful apps are compass, waterlevel and weather.

Mexicamp highly recommends a GPS navigation system which Mexicamp offers at an additional cost. The GPS lets you choose truck/trailer routes, since streets are narrow and provision of road signs are often poor or confusing .

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