Natural attractions in Tulum

Natural attractions in Tulum

Tulum equally means a picturesque unspoilt natural space in a vibrant green rain forest, breathtaking beaches, colorful and lively places where you can enjoy the delicious food, amusement parks, archaeological sites which bring with them the scent of old civilizations, fancy hotels, cenotes allowing the entry into an infra-world and the list could continue with full pages of examples. Today we present you only two of these natural attractions around Tulum, that surely wort to be seen and ... [ read more ]

Having fun in Tulum

Having fun in Tulum

You might be surprised when you meet the people in Tulum, they being more opened, better and more smiling than in any other place in the world. And if the meaning of the Mayan name of Tulum is ”wall”,  today it has more a role of defense against the agitation and the speed of the current human society, being an oasis of tranquility in the middle of the jungle. In terms of safety, although Mexico has experienced in recent years an increase in violence especially that related to drug t... [ read more ]

The main attractions at Tulum

The main attractions at Tulum

The current name of Tulum refers to the huge walls that protected the sacred city built  by the Mayans on the seaside being the only one with such a location, all other sites being in the middle of the jungle. Nowadays, over 60 restored temples can still be visited in the Tulum Archaeological Park, revealing glimpses of the lavish ceremonial life which took place in the area. Tulum is the third most important Mayan ruin of the hundreds existing in Mexico after Teotihuacan and Chichen Itz... [ read more ]

Top 3 things you should know before visiting Tulum

Top 3 things you should know before visiting Tulum

When you get for the first time to Tulum, you might ask if you got into the wrong location: the small and quiet town, with its main street full of souvenir shops and restaurants, not seems to be one of the most beautiful places in the world. But Tulum reveals the visitor like a flower, petal by petal, place after place, as you give time for exploration. Tulum is located at about 130 kilometers to the south from the Cancun International Airport and is easily accessible in about an hour on ... [ read more ]