M25***40We rode from our hotel to the site and it was easy to find. You can buy tickets in advance at the roadside stall next to the site which means you can skip the queue and get in through the fast track. When you cross the jungle to the site you will find almost no shade, so my advice is to bring a hat, water and sunscreen!
pxy0705A beautiful beach in Tulum, Ziggy Beach City, the beach here is as white as snow, very magical. The beach is sunny all year round, and the sea is clear and blue, attracting many tourists to come here, very lively.
乖小咪The Coba site, hidden deep in the Yucatan Peninsula, is a Mayan civilization that is older than the Chichen Itza site. The pyramid here is the tallest one in the entire Mayan civilization. The steps are very steep, and the temple above represents the supreme divine power. It really takes courage to climb such a step, especially when I come down, I really feel a little scared.
爆米花科学家Few coastal buildings remain in the Mayan ruins. The place is quite big. It is a pity that most of the buildings are blocked by fences and it is not possible to see the site up close. But the whole is quite shocking. And there are many large lizards lying on the ruins basking in the sun. Parking is a bit difficult during peak season.
#wintergetaway I personally rank Tulum as the worst city I have been in Mexico due to the amount of tourist traps in there. However, the view in Tulum ruin is still quite breath taking and the taco (taqueria honoria) is the best I had in my entire trip.
One of my fav pictures of 2019 taken at my fav place in Mexico, Tulum. So many good memories from those days w my best friend
The hidden gems you can find in #tulum are priceless 🤤 do you know what a cenote is? There are thousands of these in the south east of #Mexico . Who would you take here?
Tulum is a home of the Centoe. This magical pools are located underground and are filled with the cleanest water.
Wow this is the view during my stay at Papaya Playa! Couldnt be anymore greatful to be in this paradise for the next week!
Secrets of Tulum
Going somewhere new and exploring is always an exhilerating feeling for us. These cenotes are tucked back into the caves and jungles of Tulum, sprinkled along the coastlines. There's famous ones, and still others that have never been explored! And each supposedly with its own ancient healing power.
The Escape Artists
Nestled in for Sunset
This little cozy spot in Tulum was straight magic. It's a little nest perched up on the highest view in town where you can sit back and watch the sky put on a sunset show every night. The entire hotel is built of local materials and celebrating all the unique aspects of nature that this region of Mexico has to offer.
The Escape Artists
There are several luxury houses that are daring to enter the drug lords. Tulum Hotels Recommended
Melbourum Tulum is a seaside town an hour's drive from Cancun, now the hot red resort. Originally for the Azulik hotel, I did not expect this temporary casa malca to surprise me.
Casa Malca Tulum, once the home of the big drug lord Escobaba, was transformed into a luxury design hotel by Design Hotel a few years later. The contemporary art displayed in the store is from the famous New York collector Lio Malca. From the lobby, the restaurant to the room, the contemporary art is interesting and harmoniously displayed everywhere. For girls who like to take pictures, it is a paradise, a proper fashion ins.
The beach in front of the hotel is also the best in Tulum, with fine white sand and azure Caribbean, all outside the hotel.
Transportation: We are self-driving, directly navigate the address of the hotel, but there is no signboard at the hotel door. If you navigate to the question, it will be OK, so you can find it.
Price: Our two girls will set the garden view room 2500, the hotel is not big, take the ten steps to the beach. The price of the sea view room is between 3800-6000.
Tips: If you don't stay in the hotel, you have to go in and take pictures to take photos. Otherwise, you have to charge the photo separately. The hotel restaurant is very delicious. The average meal is about 400 per person. The taste is very good.
When you go to the sun, you can become a shit, return to the soup, and go to the rental + cross-sea passenger liner + small black car. After 7 hours, you can get a glimpse of the true beauty of the Mayan civilization Tulum, the best preserved coastal in the world. Mayan ruins.
Mexico is full of rhythmic music, and it feels like you are revisiting the various scenes of Pixar Coco. Think of a line inside: "The real death is that no one in the world remembers you."