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OCC Bus is a division of ADO that covers south of Oaxaca City to Puerto Escondido, Huatulco and San Cristobal de las Casas
ADO Bus Station Oaxaca City, Mexico
ADO runs first class buses to all of South Central and Southern Mexico.
First class bus service is provided by ADO on many bus routes through South Central and Southern Mexico, to Merida and Cancun, to Pacific Coast Oaxaca and Chiapas, to Acapulco from Mexico City Taxquena, and to the entire Gulf Coast to the US border.
ADO Bus offers levels of bus service, good bus fares, extensive bus schedules, and favorable bus routes that avoid the steep mountain roads.
www.ado.com.mx for tickets and specials on GL Service
ADO Bus Service offers several levels of first class bus service
Mexico City: Terminals Tapo, Central del Norte, and Taxquena (Central Sur) serve ADO Platino, ADO GL, and ADO buses from Oaxaca. ADO serves from Mexico City to Veracruz, the Yucatan, south to Chiapas, and north along the Gulf Coast.
South From Oaxaca City: OCC and ADO buses run south to San Cristobal de Las Casas, Palenque, Tapachula, Chiapas, Merida, and Cancun.
ADO buses from Oaxaca City serve a good portion of Southern Mexico with bus routes to the Guatemala and Belize borders.
East and North: ADO Bus Routes cover east to Veracruz and north into Tamaulipas State (Reynosa and Matamoros) at the US Border on the Gulf Coast.
Puerto Escondido Oaxaca Mexico, afternoon dining on the beach
ADO bus routes run north and south from Oaxaca City
Reach Mazunte and Puerto Angel's beaches from Oaxaca on ADO's OCC Bus by first going to Huatulco and then north along the coast road, Route 200, to Pochutla.
IIn Pochutla get a taxi, colectivo, or camioneta. Collective taxis pick up and drop off passengers all along Calle Principal, the road that runs parallel to the beach. Collective taxis leave from a block north of the bus station and from the crossroads of Route 200 and Route 175. 12-15 pesos (colectivos are not allowed to pick up passengers at the bus station)
Collective taxis on the coast serve Zipolite to Mazunte for 10 pesos. Zipolite to the crossroads at route 200 for bus or colectivo to Puerto Escondido, 15 pesos.
ADO Buses run regular service from Oaxaca's ADO Terminal to Palenque's ADO terminal.
The bus route to Palenque from Oaxaca can be either through San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas or through Villahermosa on the Gulf Coast.
San Cristobal de las Casas Chiapas is served by aDo and OCC buses
Puerto Escondido Dining
Oaxaca's Zipolite Beach can be reached by OCC Bus to Pochutla and then taxi or collectivo camionetta (shared taxi) Shop for lodging in Oaxaca
From Oaxaca City:
OCC buses from the ADO first class terminal reach Huatulco and then Pochutla. (10 hours)
Other bus lines run second class bus service from Oaxaca City's Second Class terminal that go over the mountains to Puerto Escondido or to Pochutla. (8 hours)
Van service (link to van info, fares) is also available from Oaxaca City to reach Puerto Escondido and Pochutla.
OCC Bus Oaxaca to the Pacific Coast, Huatulco, Pochutla, Puerto Escondido, and San Cristobal de las Casas. From San Cristobal, OCC Bus (ADO) goes to Ocosingo (Tonina Ruins) and to Palenque.
Service from Mexico City Taxquena Terminal to Acapulco, 15 trips daily via Estrella de Oro Diamante and Pluss Buses (A division of ADO)
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First class service starts at around 15 cents USD per mile