Tijuana and Cancun are both located in Mexico but are set in two distinct geographical locations. Tijuana is nestled amidst hills, gullies, and canyons, while Cancun lies on the Caribbean Sea and is a major tourist destination. Locals who yearn for the beach can easily book flights from Tijuana to Cancun on Orbitz.com.
Tijuana is situated right across the US/Mexican border from San Diego, California, and is more than two-thousand miles away from Cancun. Tijuana International Airport provides one-stop flights to Cancun through AeroMexico. Taxi is the fastest and most comfortable mode of transportation to the airport. If you prefer public buses, the Blue and White bus line operates from any point of the city and has a stop just outside of the airport. The airport also offers parking facilities for travelers who prefer to drive. The first hour costs MXN 30 or US $2.34 up to a maximum of MXN 301 or US $23.43 per day. An additional MXN 168 or US $13 applies for each extra day.
Travelers from Tijuana will arrive in Cancun International Airport, the second-busiest airport in Mexico. It is approximately nine miles southwest of the city center and just six miles from the city’s hotel strip. The airport provides courtesy hotel transfers, which can be easily arranged prior to arriving to the city. A first-class bus service operates between the airport and ADO bus station. Each bus runs every hour and leaves from Terminals 2 and 3. Cancun has a wet-and-dry tropical climate. July and August are the warmest months, with an average high of 90°F. The city experiences more moderate temperatures from November to February, with an average of 82°F. Cancun’s location makes it a favorite tourist destination. It particularly easy to navigate and is very bicycle friendly. It is best known for its warm, crystal-clear ocean and pristine white beaches. Scuba diving is a favorite water sport owing to Cancun’s large and gorgeous coral reef, the second-largest reef in the world. The city is also rich in archeological attractions, including the El Meco archeological zone, the Temple of Scorpion, and other sites left by the Mayan civilization.
Home to turquoise seas and the remnants of an ancient civilization, it’s no wonder Cancun is a world-renowned tourist destination. Experience the warmth of the sun and see the wonders of nature in Cancun by booking your flights from Tijuana to Cancun on Orbitz.com.
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