Tulum

Discover the ancient wonder of one of Mexico's most relaxing and picturesque places.

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With all its confectioner-sugar sands, cobalt water and balmy breezes, indulge in Tulum's spectacular coastline. From glimmering beaches to ancient ruins, explore the well-preserved ruins of an ancient Mayan port city and take in its magnificent backdrop.

Tulum is one of Mexico’s more eco-friendly escapes, therefore if you’re a beach bum and looking to escape to somewhere non-touristy, then there’s arguably no better place in Mexico to visit than here! Lounge around on the beach all day, feel the white-powder sand between your feet and dive into the glimmering crystal clear waters.

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Sian Ka'an
Known as one of Quintana Roo’s top eco-tourism destinations, be sure to visit the breathtaking Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve. With a name that translates to ‘where the heaven is born’, to spottings of jaguars, monkeys, pumas etc, soak up the natural wonders that are dotted over the 1.2 million acres’ worth ...
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Mayan Ruins
Arguably the biggest cultural pull that Tulum has to offer, these Mayan ruins are superbly located on a high cliff with sweeping vistas of the deep blue ocean. If you're looking to visit these magnificent ruins, be sure to arrive early to avoid crowds!
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Gran Cenote
Tulum is full of cenotes, but one that you must dive into during your visit in Tulum is the Gran Cenote. This well-known cenote is perfect for everyone, even families. Just imagine diving into the natural pools within a magical limestone cavern, and exploring the underwater life with some snorkelling!

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