Monthly archive - October 2009


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Visit Sian Ka’an on your vacation to Tulum

When you go on vacaction to Tulum, take a day to drive on the coast road south of the Zone of  Hotels in Tulum that leads to the entrance of the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, in…


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Muyil, 20 minutes from Tulum Ruins

A 20-minute drive to the south of Tulum ruins lies Muyil, also known as Chunyaxche, an archaeological site in the forest on the shores of a lagoon that shares the same name. The largest archaeological site…


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Visit Coba ruins on your vacation in Tulum

During your Tulum vacation, embark on your own jungle adventure! Forty-two kilometers inland from Tulum beach, an hour from Playa del Carmen and a 90-minute drive from Cancún, Cobá is one of the Maya World’s…


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Do not miss Aktun Chen on your vacation in Tulum

During your Tulum vacation take a day to catch a glimpse of the strange underground world of the Riviera Maya without getting wet by visiting Aktun Chen (very close to Tulum). Located in the jungle two…


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Akumal, 20 km from Tulum in the Riviera Maya

Akumal is a popular spot for divers since the 1950s. It is 20km from Tulum, in the Riviera Maya, drawn by its beautiful offshore reefs and rich marine life. Akumal actually means “place of the turtle” in Maya…


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Visit Xel Ha, north of Tulum Ruins

During your vacation in Tulum, visit Xel-Há by car. Xel-Ha Park lies a few minutes only to the north of Tulum Mayan Ruins. No matter if you are staying in Cancun or in la Riviera…


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Tulum and other Mayan Ruins in the Riviera Maya

Admission Fees Tulum   $51 pesos Coba   $51 pesos Xel-Ha   $37 pesos Muyil   $31 pesos Source: INAH, subject to change without prior notice.


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Mayan Seafarers

During his fourth voyage to the New World in 1502, Christopher Columbus came across a heavily laden Mayan trading canoe near the Bay Islands in Honduras. Packed with cotton from the Yucatán, cacao from Belize…