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Guidebook for Tulum

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Guidebook for Tulum

Food Scene
http://hartwoodtulum.com/ • Hands down the most talked about restaurant in Tulum. Rewriting the Menu in Tulum, New York Times • Open for dinner only, 6 – 10 pm. Closed Mondays & Tuesdays. • Seating is available on a first come – first serve basis. • Reservations for parties of 8 or more accepted • Located on the Jungle side of Tulum Beach Road at 7.6 KM Mark.
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Hartwood
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http://hartwoodtulum.com/ • Hands down the most talked about restaurant in Tulum. Rewriting the Menu in Tulum, New York Times • Open for dinner only, 6 – 10 pm. Closed Mondays & Tuesdays. • Seating is available on a first come – first serve basis. • Reservations for parties of 8 or more accepted • Located on the Jungle side of Tulum Beach Road at 7.6 KM Mark.
Fans of Hartwood’s minimalist wood-fired cookery will want to explore Kitchen Table, which follows a similar culinary directive. Located further down the hotel zone across from Mezzanine, one large palapa shields a smattering of wooden tables at which diners sample a concise list of five simply grilled local proteins from the land and sea. Start with the excellent huitlacoche quesadilla plus a seasonal fruit cocktail, then move on to charred octopus and beef.
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kitchen table
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Fans of Hartwood’s minimalist wood-fired cookery will want to explore Kitchen Table, which follows a similar culinary directive. Located further down the hotel zone across from Mezzanine, one large palapa shields a smattering of wooden tables at which diners sample a concise list of five simply grilled local proteins from the land and sea. Start with the excellent huitlacoche quesadilla plus a seasonal fruit cocktail, then move on to charred octopus and beef.
https://www.facebook.com/Cetli-restaurant-comida-mexicana-21311871372/ • High-end authentic Mexican in a cozy, almost hacienda-like setting with antiques and eclectic decor. • Good for dinner • Phone: 984-108-0681 • Closed Wednesdays
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Cetli
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https://www.facebook.com/Cetli-restaurant-comida-mexicana-21311871372/ • High-end authentic Mexican in a cozy, almost hacienda-like setting with antiques and eclectic decor. • Good for dinner • Phone: 984-108-0681 • Closed Wednesdays
http://www.mezzaninetulum.com/ • Great Thai food and cocktails • Good for lunch, dinner, drinks and nightlife • Located on Tulum Beach – turn left from the main road to Tulum beach and it’ll be the last hotel on your right.
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Mezzanine Hotel Tulum
km 4.1 Carretera Tulum-Boca Paila
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http://www.mezzaninetulum.com/ • Great Thai food and cocktails • Good for lunch, dinner, drinks and nightlife • Located on Tulum Beach – turn left from the main road to Tulum beach and it’ll be the last hotel on your right.
https://www.facebook.com/lanave.tulum/ • Italian, wood fired pizza, house made pasta • Good for lunch & dinner • Located in Tulum Town – on the right side of the road
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La Nave
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https://www.facebook.com/lanave.tulum/ • Italian, wood fired pizza, house made pasta • Good for lunch & dinner • Located in Tulum Town – on the right side of the road
Tel: USA (+1) 303-952-0595 Ext. 4, Tel: USA (+1) 303-800-1943, Tel: Méx +52-1-984-124-0888 http://www.lazebratulum.com/restaurant-bar/ • Mexican & Seafood • Good for lunch, dinner, drinks and nightlife • Located on Tulum Beach – turn right, go a ways and it’ll be at Le Zebra Hotel on your left with a free parking lot on your right.
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La Zebra Hotel Tulum
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Tel: USA (+1) 303-952-0595 Ext. 4, Tel: USA (+1) 303-800-1943, Tel: Méx +52-1-984-124-0888 http://www.lazebratulum.com/restaurant-bar/ • Mexican & Seafood • Good for lunch, dinner, drinks and nightlife • Located on Tulum Beach – turn right, go a ways and it’ll be at Le Zebra Hotel on your left with a free parking lot on your right.
+52 984 145 8803, https://www.facebook.com/pages/Los-Aguachiles-Tulum/480894231954166, http://www.losaguachiles.mx/ • Mexican. Get the fried onions on your taco. • Good for lunch and dinner • Venida Tulum Manzana 40 Lote 1, Tulum, Mexico • Located on the south end main road in Tulum Pueblo, east side, just past El Camilo Jr. Not open late.
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Los Aguachiles
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+52 984 145 8803, https://www.facebook.com/pages/Los-Aguachiles-Tulum/480894231954166, http://www.losaguachiles.mx/ • Mexican. Get the fried onions on your taco. • Good for lunch and dinner • Venida Tulum Manzana 40 Lote 1, Tulum, Mexico • Located on the south end main road in Tulum Pueblo, east side, just past El Camilo Jr. Not open late.
+52 984 134 8731 Locals will tell you that Tulum’s best breakfast tacos can be found about a 10-minute drive from the hotel strip at Taquería Honorio, a divey, sort of makeshift place with serious cochinita pibil — a fragrant regional Yucatán pork dish that’s slow cooked with orange, achiote, and other spices like cumin, cinnamon, and allspice. In plain view, cooks throw wads of masa onto flat tops, yielding thick, rustic tacos which they slap with proteins (pork or beef). Keep in mind, though, that this is a breakfast spot, and the day is done at 1:30 p.m.
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Taqueria Honorio
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+52 984 134 8731 Locals will tell you that Tulum’s best breakfast tacos can be found about a 10-minute drive from the hotel strip at Taquería Honorio, a divey, sort of makeshift place with serious cochinita pibil — a fragrant regional Yucatán pork dish that’s slow cooked with orange, achiote, and other spices like cumin, cinnamon, and allspice. In plain view, cooks throw wads of masa onto flat tops, yielding thick, rustic tacos which they slap with proteins (pork or beef). Keep in mind, though, that this is a breakfast spot, and the day is done at 1:30 p.m.
+52 1 984 114 6386 When in Mexico, spit-roasted meat is a must. And the tacos al pastor from streetside-seller Antojitos La Chiapaneca might just be the best in town. Thanks to its short menu of tacos at seven to 10 pesos a pop (about 50 cents), in addition to a few other inexpensive Yucatán snacks, this cheap eats stop in Tulum Pueblo fills up quickly and stays open late — until midnight every day except Monday.
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Antojitos La Chiapaneca
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+52 1 984 114 6386 When in Mexico, spit-roasted meat is a must. And the tacos al pastor from streetside-seller Antojitos La Chiapaneca might just be the best in town. Thanks to its short menu of tacos at seven to 10 pesos a pop (about 50 cents), in addition to a few other inexpensive Yucatán snacks, this cheap eats stop in Tulum Pueblo fills up quickly and stays open late — until midnight every day except Monday.
+52 998 222 2749, http://www.casajaguartulum.com/welcome#casa-jaguar Rustic wood-fired proteins and veggies, along with ceviches and salads, are the name of the game at Casa Jaguar, a restaurant and bar with a jungle feel. Another bohemian-chic number, Casa Jaguar is prime grounds for pre- or post-dinner drinks. Just grab a stool and one of the house-special cocktails, or choose your own adventures simply by selecting ingredients readily displayed on the bar.Looking for more drinking action? Beat the beach and head into town, where Casa Jaguar management opened a newer bar, Todos Santos, which also offers an excellent selection of fresh fruit, mezcal-laced tipples. Seat yourself at the dimly
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Casa Jaguar
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+52 998 222 2749, http://www.casajaguartulum.com/welcome#casa-jaguar Rustic wood-fired proteins and veggies, along with ceviches and salads, are the name of the game at Casa Jaguar, a restaurant and bar with a jungle feel. Another bohemian-chic number, Casa Jaguar is prime grounds for pre- or post-dinner drinks. Just grab a stool and one of the house-special cocktails, or choose your own adventures simply by selecting ingredients readily displayed on the bar.Looking for more drinking action? Beat the beach and head into town, where Casa Jaguar management opened a newer bar, Todos Santos, which also offers an excellent selection of fresh fruit, mezcal-laced tipples. Seat yourself at the dimly
+52 984 745 2340, https://www.facebook.com/flavorhunter.mx/ Before opening Safari in 2015, owner Luis Aguilar commanded the kitchen at Manhattan taco chainlet Tacombi. Now back on home turf, Aguilar has opened an outdoor restaurant along the hotel-dotted beachside strip equipped with a vintage 1971 silver Airstream, which he uses as a kitchen. Here, the chef is serving a concise menu of what he calls “campfire food,” since most dishes which require heat are cooked on a small wood-fired pit beside the vehicle. While the menu might read a bit like Mexican fusion (think yuca truffle fries, crème brûlée), the tacos here — like the pork pastro — are some of the best in the area. Alongside, opt fo
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Safari Campfire food
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+52 984 745 2340, https://www.facebook.com/flavorhunter.mx/ Before opening Safari in 2015, owner Luis Aguilar commanded the kitchen at Manhattan taco chainlet Tacombi. Now back on home turf, Aguilar has opened an outdoor restaurant along the hotel-dotted beachside strip equipped with a vintage 1971 silver Airstream, which he uses as a kitchen. Here, the chef is serving a concise menu of what he calls “campfire food,” since most dishes which require heat are cooked on a small wood-fired pit beside the vehicle. While the menu might read a bit like Mexican fusion (think yuca truffle fries, crème brûlée), the tacos here — like the pork pastro — are some of the best in the area. Alongside, opt fo
+52 984 801 8493, http://www.posadamargherita.com Posada Margherita, Tulum’s most famous Italian number, is situated within a beachside hotel of the same name. To fully soak in the unobstructed ocean view, try dropping by before sunset — whether for lunch or an early dinner. While you’ll want to try Posada’s great assortment of focaccias, served with Parmesan chunks and pickled cauliflower, save room for the housemade pasta, often dressed with local vegetables and seafood. Protip: Posada Margherita doesn’t accept credit cards, so pesos are required.
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Posada Margherita
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+52 984 801 8493, http://www.posadamargherita.com Posada Margherita, Tulum’s most famous Italian number, is situated within a beachside hotel of the same name. To fully soak in the unobstructed ocean view, try dropping by before sunset — whether for lunch or an early dinner. While you’ll want to try Posada’s great assortment of focaccias, served with Parmesan chunks and pickled cauliflower, save room for the housemade pasta, often dressed with local vegetables and seafood. Protip: Posada Margherita doesn’t accept credit cards, so pesos are required.
+52 984 134 8725, There’s no host stand at El Tabano. Instead, patrons seat themselves at wooden tables in the rustic garden patio — a large palapa doesn’t do much to keep out the heat. Take note of the massive chalkboard by the kitchen which lists the day’s fare: contemporary Mexican with an exotic twist, made with seasonal and local ingredients. Serving from breakfast through dinner, dishes stay on the menu only as long as ingredients remain, meaning many plates sell out on a daily basis. Do check out the wine list, which is almost entirely devoted to Mexican-made bottles.
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El Tábano
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+52 984 134 8725, There’s no host stand at El Tabano. Instead, patrons seat themselves at wooden tables in the rustic garden patio — a large palapa doesn’t do much to keep out the heat. Take note of the massive chalkboard by the kitchen which lists the day’s fare: contemporary Mexican with an exotic twist, made with seasonal and local ingredients. Serving from breakfast through dinner, dishes stay on the menu only as long as ingredients remain, meaning many plates sell out on a daily basis. Do check out the wine list, which is almost entirely devoted to Mexican-made bottles.
https://www.facebook.com/elcanastontulum/ Off Tulum’s main downtown drag sits El Canastón, another makeshift taco and fresh juice vendor that’s especially vegetarian-friendly. Steamy baskets of cheap tacos are filled with barbacoa chicken or potatoes and chorizo, plus many vegetarian options like spinach and egg, and mushrooms in red mole. Beyond juice, there are simple coffee beverages, too, as this is more of a breakfast or lunch place, which shuts down at 2:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday (closed Sunday).
El Canaston
https://www.facebook.com/elcanastontulum/ Off Tulum’s main downtown drag sits El Canastón, another makeshift taco and fresh juice vendor that’s especially vegetarian-friendly. Steamy baskets of cheap tacos are filled with barbacoa chicken or potatoes and chorizo, plus many vegetarian options like spinach and egg, and mushrooms in red mole. Beyond juice, there are simple coffee beverages, too, as this is more of a breakfast or lunch place, which shuts down at 2:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday (closed Sunday).
+52 800 505 1713, https://www.facebook.com/DonCafetoTulum One of Tulum’s oldest restaurants, Avenida Tulum stalwart Don Cafeto offers a quintessential Mexican dining experience: large portions of good quesadillas, fajitas, tacos, and other Mexican staples at low prices. But insiders know that the meal to have here is breakfast. Follow the locals' lead and order the open-air restaurant’s Mayan breakfast, which includes fried eggs over tortillas, topped with cheese, salsa, peas, and ham. Pro tip: Don Cafeto is also near Ki' Bok, which serves the best coffee in the city.
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Don Cafeto
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+52 800 505 1713, https://www.facebook.com/DonCafetoTulum One of Tulum’s oldest restaurants, Avenida Tulum stalwart Don Cafeto offers a quintessential Mexican dining experience: large portions of good quesadillas, fajitas, tacos, and other Mexican staples at low prices. But insiders know that the meal to have here is breakfast. Follow the locals' lead and order the open-air restaurant’s Mayan breakfast, which includes fried eggs over tortillas, topped with cheese, salsa, peas, and ham. Pro tip: Don Cafeto is also near Ki' Bok, which serves the best coffee in the city.
Drinks & Nightlife
If you’re looking for a night out defined by pretty people and creative cocktails, Gitano is it. The lush outdoor lounge takes on a magic feel with its canopy of twinkling lights, making it the ideal locale to see and be seen. Sure, there’s a full menu of fresh, modern Mexican plates like basil guacamole and truffle mushroom tacos, but what you’re really here for is the bar’s fruit-forward cocktails — most of which incorporate Mexico’s signature smoky spirit, mezcal. There’s no shortage of local flavor from Kisses in the Car with mezcal, passion fruit, tangerine, and habanero or in the the house mojito remixed with mezcal, rum, hibiscus, and mint.
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Gitano
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If you’re looking for a night out defined by pretty people and creative cocktails, Gitano is it. The lush outdoor lounge takes on a magic feel with its canopy of twinkling lights, making it the ideal locale to see and be seen. Sure, there’s a full menu of fresh, modern Mexican plates like basil guacamole and truffle mushroom tacos, but what you’re really here for is the bar’s fruit-forward cocktails — most of which incorporate Mexico’s signature smoky spirit, mezcal. There’s no shortage of local flavor from Kisses in the Car with mezcal, passion fruit, tangerine, and habanero or in the the house mojito remixed with mezcal, rum, hibiscus, and mint.
Parks & Nature
Dos Ojos or “two eyes” is located a little over 9 miles south of Tulum on highway 307 on the right. This cenote was named Dos Ojos because it is actually two circular cenotes. There are areas for swimmers, snorkelers and scuba divers. This is a world famous cenote and there is a large cave system below where divers can explore almost 500 meters of the underwater world in the immediate area. IMAX filmed part of their film “Journey into Amazing Caves” here. There are bathroom facilities and snacks available. Look for the “Bat Cave”!
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Dos Ojos Cenote
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Dos Ojos or “two eyes” is located a little over 9 miles south of Tulum on highway 307 on the right. This cenote was named Dos Ojos because it is actually two circular cenotes. There are areas for swimmers, snorkelers and scuba divers. This is a world famous cenote and there is a large cave system below where divers can explore almost 500 meters of the underwater world in the immediate area. IMAX filmed part of their film “Journey into Amazing Caves” here. There are bathroom facilities and snacks available. Look for the “Bat Cave”!
Gran Cenote is a must see. Located just outside of Tulum, it is easy to find. Take a right off of highway 307 at the second stop light in Tulum. After traveling almost 2 miles you will see a sign for the cenote on your right. There are changing and bathroom facilities and a restaurant. There are areas for swimmers, snorkelers and scuba divers. Look for the fish and turtles and be careful not to hit your head on the impressive stalactites! Many people say this is their very favorite cenote.”
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Gran Cenote
109 Quintana Roo
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Gran Cenote is a must see. Located just outside of Tulum, it is easy to find. Take a right off of highway 307 at the second stop light in Tulum. After traveling almost 2 miles you will see a sign for the cenote on your right. There are changing and bathroom facilities and a restaurant. There are areas for swimmers, snorkelers and scuba divers. Look for the fish and turtles and be careful not to hit your head on the impressive stalactites! Many people say this is their very favorite cenote.”
Laguna Kaan Luum is a wide, bright green lagoon cenote located just outside of Tulum. It is a locals’ secret and if you go at the right time of day (afternoon) you’ll have the whole place to yourself. Laguna Kaan Luum reminds me of the Blue Hole in Belize. The center of the cenote is fenced off because it is REALLY DEEP (80 meters deep, actually). But the outside area is shallow and most people could stand. It’s the perfect cenote to bring your kids to! BEST FOR: Swimming and diving. PRICE: 50 pesos for swimmers, 150 for divers
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Laguna de Kaan Luum
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Laguna Kaan Luum is a wide, bright green lagoon cenote located just outside of Tulum. It is a locals’ secret and if you go at the right time of day (afternoon) you’ll have the whole place to yourself. Laguna Kaan Luum reminds me of the Blue Hole in Belize. The center of the cenote is fenced off because it is REALLY DEEP (80 meters deep, actually). But the outside area is shallow and most people could stand. It’s the perfect cenote to bring your kids to! BEST FOR: Swimming and diving. PRICE: 50 pesos for swimmers, 150 for divers
Called the “Sacred Blue Cenote”, Ik-Kil is a crystal clear, round, well-type cenote. Located on the highway between Chichen Itza (it is only a couple of miles away from the archeological site) and Valladolid, this cenote is about 130 feet deep! It is about 85 feet from the surface so you will need to walk down a wooden stairway to reach it. Ik-Kil is more popular with swimmers and snorkelers than divers. There is a restaurant and small palapa homes for overnight stays. Look for the waterfalls and the lush green vegetation hanging all the way down to the water!
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Ik Kil
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Called the “Sacred Blue Cenote”, Ik-Kil is a crystal clear, round, well-type cenote. Located on the highway between Chichen Itza (it is only a couple of miles away from the archeological site) and Valladolid, this cenote is about 130 feet deep! It is about 85 feet from the surface so you will need to walk down a wooden stairway to reach it. Ik-Kil is more popular with swimmers and snorkelers than divers. There is a restaurant and small palapa homes for overnight stays. Look for the waterfalls and the lush green vegetation hanging all the way down to the water!
A large site situated among five small lakes on a dry plain in sub-tropical rain forest. The main phase of occupation of the city dates to the Late Classic through to the Early Postclassic, from about AD 700 to 1100. This Mayan ceremonial center offers one of the key pieces of ancient prophecy which led people to think that the end of the world was close. Filled with ancient ruins and temples underneath wild vegetation, here guests can still climb to the top to see the sacbe and take in the vastness and immeasurable beauty of the surrounding rainforest, rich with life.
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Cobá
307 Carretera Federal Tulum
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A large site situated among five small lakes on a dry plain in sub-tropical rain forest. The main phase of occupation of the city dates to the Late Classic through to the Early Postclassic, from about AD 700 to 1100. This Mayan ceremonial center offers one of the key pieces of ancient prophecy which led people to think that the end of the world was close. Filled with ancient ruins and temples underneath wild vegetation, here guests can still climb to the top to see the sacbe and take in the vastness and immeasurable beauty of the surrounding rainforest, rich with life.
A great site to visit if you’re looking for something off the beaten path. El Torre (the tower), is one of the largest Mayan structures in the Yucatan and measures over 500ft/151m long, 200ft/60m wide and reaches 100ft/30m high. It’s home to some of the most intricate design motifs found in the Yucatan. 45 structures have been mapped.
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Ek Balam
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A great site to visit if you’re looking for something off the beaten path. El Torre (the tower), is one of the largest Mayan structures in the Yucatan and measures over 500ft/151m long, 200ft/60m wide and reaches 100ft/30m high. It’s home to some of the most intricate design motifs found in the Yucatan. 45 structures have been mapped.
The second most visited archaeological site in all of Mexico. Steeped in Mayan lore, this is one of the mythical Mayan metropolises referred to in Mesoamerican literature. With its diverse architecture, the site is a lesson in historical styles. The main attraction is the 1,500-year-old, massive Kukulkan pyramid, El Castillo (the castle), listed as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It has a fascinating backstory – its construction ensures that during each Vernal Equinox, the dying sun casts a shadow of a serpent writhing down the steps of the pyramid itself.
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Chichén-Itzá
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The second most visited archaeological site in all of Mexico. Steeped in Mayan lore, this is one of the mythical Mayan metropolises referred to in Mesoamerican literature. With its diverse architecture, the site is a lesson in historical styles. The main attraction is the 1,500-year-old, massive Kukulkan pyramid, El Castillo (the castle), listed as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It has a fascinating backstory – its construction ensures that during each Vernal Equinox, the dying sun casts a shadow of a serpent writhing down the steps of the pyramid itself.
Tulum is a Late Postclassic site situated on cliffs overlooking the Caribbean Sea and was probably occupied at the time of the Spanish Conquest. It is a small site with architecture in a style similar to that at the bigger cities of Chichen Itza and Mayapan. The site was probably founded to expand the coastal trade routes of the Yucatán Peninsula. Bring your swimsuit and towel, the beach is amazing.
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Zona Arqueológica de Tulum
Km 230 Cancun - Chetumal
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Tulum is a Late Postclassic site situated on cliffs overlooking the Caribbean Sea and was probably occupied at the time of the Spanish Conquest. It is a small site with architecture in a style similar to that at the bigger cities of Chichen Itza and Mayapan. The site was probably founded to expand the coastal trade routes of the Yucatán Peninsula. Bring your swimsuit and towel, the beach is amazing.
Top 5 beach in the world.....
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Tulum Beach
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Top 5 beach in the world.....
Sian Ka’an Facts • Largest protected area in the Mexican Caribbean (approximately 1.3 million acres) • Established January 20th 1986 as part of UNESCO’s Man and the Biosphere Program • UNESCO World Heritage Site • Unique for its geography and wetlands • 23 known archeological sites (with relics dating up to 2,300 years old) • 103 known mammal species • 336 known bird species • Nesting ground for many species of wading birds • Annual rainfall between 44 and 48 inches • Important nesting site for two endangered sea turtle species • Believed to be inhabited in the Pre-Classic and Classic Periods in the chieftanships of Cohuah and Uaymil • Currently home to over 2,000 inhabitants
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Biosphere Reserve
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Sian Ka’an Facts • Largest protected area in the Mexican Caribbean (approximately 1.3 million acres) • Established January 20th 1986 as part of UNESCO’s Man and the Biosphere Program • UNESCO World Heritage Site • Unique for its geography and wetlands • 23 known archeological sites (with relics dating up to 2,300 years old) • 103 known mammal species • 336 known bird species • Nesting ground for many species of wading birds • Annual rainfall between 44 and 48 inches • Important nesting site for two endangered sea turtle species • Believed to be inhabited in the Pre-Classic and Classic Periods in the chieftanships of Cohuah and Uaymil • Currently home to over 2,000 inhabitants
Papaya Playa Cabanas Tulum Mexico Papaya Playa Project or PPP is a real beach CLUB! Home to a double-decker bar overlooking the turquoise waters of the sun-soaked Caribbean sea. Also it has a “Skyscraper” observatory above the property with a 360-degree view from a private table. Along with that, there are typical lounge chairs as well hanging sun beds or charming palapitas for shade. You can lay back and enjoy being served light food and drinks throughout the day as you listen to the soul and funk playlists compiled by local artists and DJs. On the weekends, the club hosts live events and gigs by a whole assortment of entertainers.
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Papaya Playa Project
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Papaya Playa Cabanas Tulum Mexico Papaya Playa Project or PPP is a real beach CLUB! Home to a double-decker bar overlooking the turquoise waters of the sun-soaked Caribbean sea. Also it has a “Skyscraper” observatory above the property with a 360-degree view from a private table. Along with that, there are typical lounge chairs as well hanging sun beds or charming palapitas for shade. You can lay back and enjoy being served light food and drinks throughout the day as you listen to the soul and funk playlists compiled by local artists and DJs. On the weekends, the club hosts live events and gigs by a whole assortment of entertainers.
Essentials
Best food store in town, great bakery...
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Súper Chedraui
2 Tulum
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Best food store in town, great bakery...
Getting Around
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Terminal Autobuses Tulum ADO
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AVIS
Avis Renta de Autos
WhatsApp 52 1 984 130 3325 Office (52) 984 802 5518 Admin@iBikeTulum.com Ave. Cobå sur esq. Venus s / n Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico CP 77760 www.ibiketulum.com
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IBike Tulum
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WhatsApp 52 1 984 130 3325 Office (52) 984 802 5518 Admin@iBikeTulum.com Ave. Cobå sur esq. Venus s / n Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico CP 77760 www.ibiketulum.com
https://www.tulumbiketours.com/ We specialize in guided tours of the natural, cultural and archaeological wonders of the Yucatan Peninsula. Created and run by professional nature and archaeology guides, passionate bikers and environmentalists, our expeditions take you through the diverse ecosystems of the land and the rich cultural heritage of the Maya.
Tulum Bike Tours
https://www.tulumbiketours.com/ We specialize in guided tours of the natural, cultural and archaeological wonders of the Yucatan Peninsula. Created and run by professional nature and archaeology guides, passionate bikers and environmentalists, our expeditions take you through the diverse ecosystems of the land and the rich cultural heritage of the Maya.
Shopping
Awesome shopping experience, night life is amazing.
Downtown 5th Avenue - Dalia 2
Awesome shopping experience, night life is amazing.
Everything Else
Zazil Kin is just south of the majestic ruins of Tulum. One of the neatest things about this specific beach is you are within eyeshot of the Mayan Temple perched on the cliffs overlooking the sea as you soak up the sun. (Makes for stunning photos!) From here it’s just a short 5-minute walk to the entrance of the archaeological site, if that’s something you want to add to your day. This location offers just about everything you would want, since it services a small hotel and cabanas. There are many activities offered here as well: fishing, diving, snorkeling tours and more. It also provides wonderful relaxation and tranquil water; great for families with small children.
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Zazil Kin
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Zazil Kin is just south of the majestic ruins of Tulum. One of the neatest things about this specific beach is you are within eyeshot of the Mayan Temple perched on the cliffs overlooking the sea as you soak up the sun. (Makes for stunning photos!) From here it’s just a short 5-minute walk to the entrance of the archaeological site, if that’s something you want to add to your day. This location offers just about everything you would want, since it services a small hotel and cabanas. There are many activities offered here as well: fishing, diving, snorkeling tours and more. It also provides wonderful relaxation and tranquil water; great for families with small children.