La Ruinas Camp Grounds

Calle 2 , Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Campground

Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen


A travel blog entry by cottongk

And here we are in Playa del Carmen, the world capital of the speed hump. Love love love Mexico. So much to see and do. Hardly have time to sleep and may need a second mortgage on the home. Spent the first night just checking out Fifth Ave and Graham bought a pair of ****** ...

Day 90 - Things to do

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

This is a top pick!

... surprised, we had a few good ones out of the 27, one of which is a great one of the big whale shark. We also printed off 42 photos from the Jungle tour disc we purchased. On the walk back we wanted to get dinner but needed an ATM. Playa del Carmen is a little bit like Cancun because its so close, it's halfway between being Mexico and a destination like Cancun that caters to American tourists, it's no where near as bad as Cancun, its a ...

Day 324-339- 25th- August-8th Sept MEXICO

A travel blog entry by beyersandlisa


... for a refreshing dip. A winding path lead us along through the jungle, alone I was a little sacred when we reach a sign warning us about snakes, we weaved through the mangroves along a makeshift log path (which by the way was lethal, I slipped few times) we arrived at a clearing which revealed a beautiful pool of crystal clear water. Everyone had left except a guide, Beyers decided he was getting in but I just could bring myself to get in, the water looked clear but dude we are in ...

The Gulf of Mexico

A travel blog entry by smsmith


... drive was great and we saw heaps and luckily the rain stopped when we reached the end for the next and final adventure in Xplor... The zip lines! They have 14 different lines a 2.4mile long airborne adventure landing in the water inside one of the caves at the end. It was so much fun climbing higher and higher and the views of the trees, sinkholes and caves were really great. It was a little scary but once you did a couple the fear went away. We were able to ride a ...

Arriba! Arriba!

A travel blog entry by elliotcsn


... and was surrounded with vegetation. SO chilled.
Chichen Itza is a sight to awe at, huge pyramids and mayan ball courts with sacrificial altars for which i can only assume was for the player who cocked up the most, now thats what you call really getting ´cut´from the team.

I shall be moving from Playa del Carmen onto Tulum to see some more of the original grand designs, then onto Belize. Bring on the fried plantain, rice and beans!


This campground, located on Calle 2 , Playa del Carmen, is near Xcaret Eco Theme Park.
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TripAdvisor Reviews La Ruinas Camp Grounds Playa del Carmen

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good