Tulum is one the most magical places in the world, it's was part of the great Maya civilization and now part of the Riviera Maya, a locación that enchants everyone who visits it.
That's way here we give you 10 things you can do at Tulum.
Located in front of the Caribbean Sea, Tulum has amazing views, that’s why is one of the most photographed places in Mexico, for the beautiful contrast that occurs between the sober vestiges and the radiant Caribbean.
You should visit El Castillo, it has an amazing view and in ancient times it was an observatory and a lighthouse for the sailor.
Coba is another archeological place located in the jungle. Its main temple is Nohoch Mul,the highest prehispanic construction in the Yucatan Peninsula.
Nohoch Mul has 120 steps and from the tops of the temple, you can admire the green of the jungle and the deep blue of the cenotes nearby.
The reserve is located 50 km from the municipal seat of Tulum and is worthy of admiration for its archaeological vestiges, petenes, sandbanks, cenotes, mangroves and other environments among which are settled more than 20 Mayan communities living in perfect harmony with their natural environment.
Located in Sian Ka’an is a beautiful lagoon where you can take a boat and sail. You'll be amazed by the blue that the water has.
In the surroundings you'll find several but stands out Sac Actun the largest system of flooded caves in the Peninsula.
Near bay Tulum are several beaches in which you can swim into the Caribbean Sea or just have a great lunch and appreciate Tulum from another perspective. Some of them are Xcacel, Bahía Principe, and Playa Paraíso.
Besides being a delight for the eyes, the beaches of Tulum are also sanctuaries for the protection of sea turtles. The liberation of the turtles happens from July to December.
Take a bike and just roll in the bike riders to see all te paradise from another angle. You may discover magical places and wonderful people.
A well-known restaurant, if you love seafood this place is your place. They make the best ceviche that you could find somewhere nearby.
Being here and knowing the Maya culture is something you´ll never forget, but having something of the place and share it with friends and family is part of the trip. So if you want to take a souvenir we highly recommend you to visit the local commerce where you will find something special for everyone.