Merida to Cancun

Choose Wayak for a private shuttle from Merida to Cancun


If you're looking for a convenient and affordable way to travel by shuttle from Merida to Cancun, consider taking a service with us. Wayak offers daily shuttle service between the two cities, making it easy to get where you need to go.

The transportation Merida to Cancun takes approximately four hours by shuttle. 

Wayak's shuttles are comfortable and air-conditioned, with plenty of legroom for passengers. 

To book your shuttle from Merida to Cancun reservation, simply visit the Wayak website, shuttle reservations can be made up to 24 hours in advance, so you can plan your travel schedule with ease. With Wayak, getting a transfer Merida to Cancun has never been easier.


Stops between Merida and Cancun

Travel with Wayak with the van rental Merida to Cancun and choose one of our optional intermediate stops to enjoy the tour and make the most of every moment of the trip to visit beautiful places.

Izamal is a small city located in the state of Yucatán, Mexico. It is about an hour and a half drive from the popular tourist destination of Cancún. Izamal is known for its beautiful colonial-style architecture, as well as its many Maya ruins. The city is home to a number of museums and cultural centers, making it an ideal place to learn about the history and culture of Mexico. Visitors to Izamal can also enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, such as hiking, bird watching, and horseback riding. With its rich history and beautiful setting, Izamal is sure to please everyone who visits!

Yokdzonot is a beautiful cenote located in the Riviera Maya. It is well known for its turquoise waters and stunning underwater caves. Visitors can swim, snorkel, and scuba dive in the cenote. There are also many restaurants and cafes nearby where you can grab a bite to eat.

As one of the most famous archaeological sites in Mexico, Chichen Itza was a major center of Maya civilization. The site is located in the northern Yucatan Peninsula and consists of a large complex of temples, palaces, and other buildings. The most well-known structure at Chichen Itza is the Temple of Kukulcan, also known as El Castillo. This massive pyramid has a staircase on each side leading up to a temple at the top. The temple is decorated with carvings of snakes, which are said to represent the feathered serpent god Kukulcan. Every spring and fall, during the equinoxes, the sun casts a shadow in the shape of a snake down the side of the pyramid. 

Valladolid is a city in the Mexican state of Yucatán. It is the municipal capital of the same name as well as one of the largest cities in the state. Francisco Montejo "el Mozo," Francisco de Montejo's son, founded Valladolid on January 18, 1543. The city is also known as "The White City" because of its white limestone structures. Some of Valladolid's most notable attractions include the Cathedral of San Gervasio, the Governor's Palace, and the Maya Ethnobotanical Garden. Valladolid also houses a number of museums, including Museum of Mayan Art and Culture.

The ancient Maya city of Ek Balam, or "Black Jaguar," is located in the northeastern part of the Yucatan Peninsula. The site was inhabited from the Late Classic period (AD 600-900) until the Postclassic period (AD 900-1200), when it was abandoned. The main feature of Ek Balam is its huge main plaza, which is surrounded by a series of large pyramids and other temples. El Castillo Castle, the largest pyramid at the site, measures over 100 feet tall (30 meters). The ancient Maya city of Ek Balam was rediscovered in the early 19th century by Mexican government archaeologists. However, it wasn't until the late 20th century that significant excavations and restoration work were done.

You have to visit the Kin Ha cenote, which is located in the Riviera Maya's heart and is one of Mexico's most popular cenotes. This cenote, named for the Mayan word for "sun," boasts lovely crystal-clear waters and a stunning natural environment that attract tourists from all around the world. Swimming, snorkeling, or simply gazing at this natural wonder are all options available to visitors.

Take our shuttle from Merida to Cancun and enjoy the ride.


Cancun, the perfect place to have fun

Cancun is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Mexico. It is known for its beautiful beaches, clear water, and lively nightlife. There are many things to do in Cancun, from swimming and sunbathing to exploring ancient ruins and shopping in local markets. Visitors can also enjoy activities such as snorkeling, sailing, and windsurfing. Cancun is a great place to relax and have fun with friends or family.

Cancun was founded in the early 1970s as a small fishing village. However, its popularity as a tourist destination soon grew, and it is now one of the most popular vacation spots in Mexico. Cancun is located on the Yucatan Peninsula, which is home to many ancient Maya ruins. 

Get to know Cancun with a van rental Merida to Cancun with the professionals.


Take our transfer Merida to Cancun

Visit the most beautiful places on your next trip, accompanied by Wayak's professionals. Choose the transportation Merida to Cancun and enjoy your trip to the fullest. You can book your shuttle today and plan your trip in advance to make the most of your time.



Sedan Car

Sedan Car

  Max. Passengers: 3

$434.00 USD per vehicle

Price includes driver gasoline and all toll expenses

Toyota Hiace

Toyota Hiace

  Max. Passengers: 9

$597.00$557.00 USD per vehicle

Price includes driver gasoline and all toll expenses


Your driver will meet you at your address in Merida.

  • Door-to-door service
  • You can decide the departure time.


You?ll travel in comfort for 1 hour.

  • Optional sight-seeing
  • Clean, comfortable car
  • English-speaking driver
  • Smoke-free


Your driver will drop you off at your address in Cancun.

  • Door-to-door service
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