Puerto Aventuras is a world class residential community resort located in the heart of the Riviera Maya on the Mexican Caribbean.
Here you will find a magical blend of lush tropical beauty with an easygoing yet sophisticated life style. Pamper yourself with a unique experience.
Colegio Puerto Aventuras
Director: Gabriela Sanchez Nava
Caleta Yalku l 18 Mz 17 Plano 2
Puerto Aventuras, Solidaridad, Quintana Roo
There are two information centers inside Puerto Aventuras. The first is located just before the commercial center and marina and is hard to miss. Inside the marina, there is the Marina San Carlos Information Center where you can get information about the marina and other points of interest. Both information centers are located within walking distance of everything in Puerto Aventuras.
There is a single post office in Puerto Aventuras. It is located in a kiosk located outside of the commercial center and marina and is opened Monday through Saturday from 11:00 to 14:30 hrs (11 AM to 2:30 PM). You can often get stamps at the reception desk in most hotels, and they'll probably also mail your letters if you ask. It takes around two weeks for letters to reach the U.S. and a little longer for Europe. If you want to ensure that a letter will arrive, you can register it, but, of course, be prepared to pay an additional fee.
When sending packages, FedEx, UPS, or any other major, reliable shipping company is your best bet. Sending parcels via the post office, while cheap, is unreliable and not recommended.
ATMs are open to the public and can run out of money.
CEDAM Significa Club de Exploraciones y Deportes Acuáticos de México, AC En inglés, que se traduce como: Museum of Mexico's Explorations and Water Sports Club, Civil Association. Pero sea como se le llame, se trata de un museo, y un lugar interesante, lleno de tesoros de nauticos de México y pasado histórico.
CEDAM stands for Club de Exploraciones y Deportes Acuáticos de México, A.C. In English, it translates to The Museum of Mexico's Explorations and Water Sports Club, Civil Association, which is quite a mouthful in either language. Whatever it's called, it's a museum, and a rather interesting one, filled with treasures from Mexico's nautical and historic past.
The museum was founded by Pablo Bush Romero and first opened its doors in 1958 in Mexico City. Mr. Bush Romero later moved it to Akumal, and then finally to Puerto Aventuras. Most of the objects on display came from El Matancero, a ship built in Matanzas, Cuba that shipwrecked on February 12, 1741 close to Akumal, about 18 km. (12 miles) to the south. Other pieces came from other shipwrecks, like El Candelero (The Chandlier).
Among the objects recovered and on display are dishes, cups, weapons, gold dentures, coins, silverware, decorative objects, glasses and other items.
Other exhibits include archaeological pieces, both originals and reporductions, from Xel-Ha, located 28 km. (19 miles) to the south. The museum is open Monday through Saturday all year long from 9:00 to 13:00 hrs. (9 AM to 1 PM) and from 14:30 to 17:30 hrs. (2:30 PM to 5:30 PM). It is located by the main entrance of the commercial center and marina on the second floor of a pink building.