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We recommend flying from San Jose to Cancun and then taking the bus from Cancun International Airport to Tulum ADO Terminal Autobuses, which is the fastest option and takes around 4h 26m.
The cheapest way to get from San Jose Airport (SJO) to Tulum is to bus which costs $140 - $290 and takes 44h 26m.More details
The quickest way to get from San Jose Airport (SJO) to Tulum is to fly and bus which costs $120 - $390 and takes 4h 26m.More details
No, there is no direct bus from San Jose Airport (SJO) to Tulum. However, there are services departing from Aeropuerto Internacional Juan Santamaría and arriving at Tulum via San José, Tegucigalpa, San Pedro Sula, Flores - Santa Elena and Belize City. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 44h 26m.More details
The distance between San Jose Airport (SJO) and Tulum is 1188 km. The road distance is 2005.3 km.Get driving directions
The best way to get from San Jose Airport (SJO) to Tulum without a car is to bus and ferry which takes 36h 35m and costs $190 - $310.More details
It takes approximately 4h 26m to get from San Jose Airport (SJO) to Tulum, including transfers.More details
San Jose Airport (SJO) to Tulum bus services, operated by Trans Nica, depart from San José station.More details
The quickest flight from San Jose Airport to Cancun Airport is the direct flight which takes 2h 29m.Search flights
San Jose Airport (SJO) to Tulum bus services, operated by ADO, arrive at Tulum station.More details
Tulum is 1h ahead of San Jose Airport (SJO). It is currently 12:09 PM in San Jose Airport (SJO) and 1:09 PM in Tulum.
Yes, the driving distance between San Jose Airport (SJO) to Tulum is 2005 km. It takes approximately 31h 12m to drive from San Jose Airport (SJO) to Tulum.Get driving directions
Volaris, Skytrans, Avianca - Aerovías del Continente Americano S.A. and Copa Airlines offer flights from San Jose Airport to Cancun Airport.Search flights
There are 872+ hotels available in Tulum. Prices start at $1750 MXN per night.More details
Autobuses de Oriente (ADO) is one of Mexico’s largest bus companies, mainly operating south of Mexico City and into the Yucatan Peninsula. Choose from three bus classes: ADO (first class), ADO GL (luxury class) and ADO Platino (platinum class and the most expensive). All buses are comfortable, with reclining seats, blackout curtains, air conditioning and a toilet; ADO Platino offers additional amenities such as extra legroom, onboard Wi-Fi and individual screens.
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