Long direct routes
The familiar brands of ADO Platino, ADO GL, and ADO carry travelers—with all the comforts—on the longer routes with few or no stops enroute. All of these routes depart from the CAME station in Mérida (Central de Autobuses de Mérida, Calle 70 x 69 y 71, Centro), Fiesta Americana, and Altabrisa. There is service between Mérida and Cancun, Cancun Airport, Playa del Carmen, Valladolid, and many other destinations. Services on board may include reclining seats, bathrooms, connections for laptops and cell phones, coffee and tea, entertainment systems, air conditioning, and more.
The Grupo ADO brands which serve the shorter routes are Oriente and ATS. They provide service throughout the peninsula at very affordable prices. Departures from Mérida are from the TAME station (Terminal de Autobuses de Mérida, Calle 69 x 68 y 70, Centro) and Terminal Noreste (Calle 50 x 65, Centro).
The ATS brand serves destinations such as Campeche with stops in Umán, Chocholá, Kopomá, Maxcanú, Halachó, Becal, Calkini, Dzitbalché, Hecelchakán, Pomuch, and Tenabo.
ATS also has semi-direct service to Campeche with only two stops (Calkini and Hecelchakán).
The Oriente brand departs every hour from Mérida for Cancun with stops in Pisté, Chichén Itzá, Valladolid, and the final destination of Cancún. There is also service to Pisté, Chichén Itzá, Valladolid, Cobah, Tulum, and Playa del Carmen. From Mérida to Tulum, from Mérida to Playa del Carmen.
Oriente departs from Mérida to Celestún with stops in Caucel, Ucú, Hunucmá, Tetiz, and Kinchil.
Oriente departs from Mérida to Izamal with stops in Hoctún and Tahemen.
Oriente also has a departure to the Puuc Route, with stops in Sayil, Labná, Xlapak, Kabáh and Uxmal.
Ask about discounts for seniors (with INAPAM), students, teachers, and children.
Reservations and ticket purchase: ado.com.mx and ADO MOVIL.
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