What to do in Tulum?
Tulum is one of the most desired jewels of the Mexican Caribbean, perhaps because it is delineated by 10 kilometers of white sand and turquoise waters that earned it to be named Magic Town.
Here, nature is shown in all its splendor through lagoons, cenotes and a Mayan archaeological zone on the seashore, which was used as an astrological and commercial ceremonial center.
Explore the ancient Mayan city of Tulum
Located in a privileged environment and with buildings in a very good state of conservation, this archaeological site never ceases to surprise visitors. The castle and the temple of the frescoes are the most outstanding constructions.
Rest in Playa Paraíso
Next to the ruins of Tulum is this spectacular stretch of white sand, bathed by a crystal clear turquoise sea. Here is the second largest barrier reef in the world. You can get there by snorkeling or with some of the boat tours that leave from the beach itself.
Dive into the waters of the Gran Cenote
Surrounded by lush vegetation, the peculiarity of this cenote is that it is not completely open, entering a small cave. Inside you can rent snorkeling equipment, perfect for comfortably viewing the spectacular formations that are created under the cold waters, whose depth is 10 meters.
Swim with turtles in Akumal
30 kilometers from Tulum is this small town, famous for having a beach full of turtles and marine fauna. To enjoy the experience of swimming with these animals you only need a pair of goggles and a tube.
Have fun at the Xel-Há water parkXel-Há is much more than a tourist attraction. It is a giant aquarium where the fresh water from the springs meets the salt water of the sea, giving rise to a scene in which more than 70 aquatic species live. On the way you will find zip lines, rope games and viewpoints.