Safety and Precautions in Xcalak
Safety and Precautions
Make sure you have a full tank before you drive south. Gas stations are few and far between, and often closed for no apparent reason.
Unlike the trafficked roads along Riviera Maya, the two-lane stretch near Belize is seldom visited by tourists. It's always best to travel with a partner and to drive during daylight hours. Drive with caution and be careful of wild animals and potholes. The road is especially bad at Kms 19, 29, and 30. Once you leave the paved road and enter Xcalak, the road goes from bad to worse. Be sure to rent a car that can handle pitted dirt roads.
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