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Visiting Holbox and you don't know what to do with your luggage?


If you have to do a long stopover or if you have already checked out where you were staying, the fact of having to travel around a city carrying your luggage does not allow you to enjoy your trip as you should. You will take longer having to carry the weight of the suitcases and also for the space they occupy, making it difficult for you to travel through popular tourist places.

At Airkeep we have a network of keepairs with which you can store your luggage in Holbox. Our keepairs are hotels, hostels, cafes, shops and restaurants, perfect for you to leave your luggage and enjoy carefree.

How to store luggage with Airkeep?

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Step 1

Find and choose the best place for you
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Step 2

Store your bags in our network of hotels and local stores in Holbox. Quote, book and pay online!
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Step 3

Drop your your luggage with our keepairs
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Step 4

Keep traveling without unnecessary weight!
Each Airkeep's booking has an insured of US$ 200 per luggage

How much cost store your luggage with Airkeep?

Precios
1 day US $7 by item per day
2 a 13 days US $5 by item per day
13 a 30 days US $65 by item
+30 days US $2,20 by item per day

Holbox


Holbox is a paradisiacal island located north of Quintana Roo, within the Yum Balam ecological reserve and ANP, it is part of the Riviera Maya tourist corridor and is famous for receiving the whale shark every year, bioluminescence, its calm beaches , sunsets, gastronomy and for being a sanctuary for migratory birds. The flora and fauna are exuberant and something that contrasts perfectly with the tranquility of the town, where no more than 1,500 inhabitants live.

Among the activities within the island you can find tours to explore the mangroves in Kayak. If you want to add some adrenaline to your trip, you can swim with the whale sharks. Avoid at all costs bringing or introducing coolers, Styrofoam, disposable, bags or any type of single-use plastic, remember that you are entering an ecological reserve.

What to visit in Holbox?

  • Ojo de agua Yalahau
  • Isla Pasión
  • Isla Pájaros
  • Plaza principal de Holbox
  • Punta Mosquito
  • Punta Cocos
  • Chiquila

Where to stay in Holbox?

Just six kilometers long and one kilometer wide, the island has found the perfect balance to offer tourists a good range of rooms without feeling crowded. Despite this there are a limited number of hotel rooms and in high season around Christmas and Easter it is recommended that you book in advance, even if you are just backpacking. There is something for everyone regardless of your budget: boutique hotels, award-winning hostels, high-end hotels, cute apartments, private houses for rent and even glamping (the new camping craze). In terms of prices, you will find hostels from $400 Mexican pesos per night ($20USD), beachfront houses from $1,500 pesos ($75 USD) and more luxurious places on the beach from $3,800 pesos ($185 USD).

Where to store luggage in Holbox?

Tips to facilitate your stay in Holbox

What currency is used in Holbox?
The currency in Mexico is the mexican peso. We recommend you to travel with dollars and exchange them at the airport or in the exchange offices in the city.
What plugs (eletricity) are used in Holbox?
The plugs in Mexico are compatible with types A and B.
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How to move in Holbox?

If you decide to make the trip on your own, to get to the island you will have to get to the port of Chiquila where you can leave your luggage and forget about that load, from there you will have to take the ferry that leaves every half hour, you can choose by one of the two ferry lines that exist. The price of the ferry is $220 Mexican pesos each way ($11 USD approximately).

To get to Ojo de Agua Yalahau, Isla Pasion and Isla Pajaros you will have to take a boat at the pier, these tours generally last 3 hours visiting the three points, in low season the price is $350 Mexican pesos ($17 USD )

The island of Holbox is very quiet and you can walk without any problem, but to get to the places of interest more quickly, the best means of transport are the bicycle whose price is around $35 Mexican pesos per hour ($2 USD) or or rent a golf cart that costs $150-200 pesos per hour ($8-$10 USD). Normally, in the rainy season it is not possible to rent golf carts, as the fairways are not paved and can get stuck.