Rentals and Self Drives

Year: 1972

Daily Rental:

From $125

Weekly Rental:

From $1,095

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Location:

Rivera Maya

Delivery:

All hotels in Cancún

Sleeps:

4 (two double beds)

Engine:

1600 cc

Top Speed:

Breathtaking

Equipped With:

Sink, Closets, bathroom, etc...

Year: 1972

Daily Rental:

From $125

Weekly Rental:

From $1,095

Book Now

Location:

Rivera Maya

Delivery:

All hotels in Cancún

Sleeps:

4 (two double beds)

Engine:

1600 cc

Top Speed:

Breathtaking

Equipped With:

Sink, Closets, bathroom, etc...

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Visit Mexico in a VW!
All our cars are equipped with:

  • A GPS (just in case you lose your way)
  • A CD, MP3 & Ipod compatible stereo (so you can listen to your favorite tunes while on the road)
  • A short wave radio (to communicate with other travelers in your group and to call for road assistance should you need it)
  • A local cell phone (to stay in touch with friends and family, limited use)
  • A first aid kit (for little scratches and “bug” bites)
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