All posts tagged Tulum Mayan ruins


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What is there after visiting Tulum Mayan ruins?

Caleta Tankah is a beautiful bay on the Mexican Caribbean, 4 km from Tulum archaeological zone, ideal for snorkeling. Its beautiful white sand beach makes it one of the most beautiful beaches of the Riviera…


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A haven by the mayan ruins of Tulum

At about 109 km from Cancun and 43 km from Playa del Carmen and 22 km from the Mayan ruins of Tulum, there is a very attractive beach set amidst the lush green of the…


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Where to eat by Tulum Mayan Pyramids?

There are beautiful hidden places we do not know when we take an express tour to Tulum. Normally the tours to the Mayan archeological site of Tulum, limit your time, because they have defined routes…


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A Tulum vacation is a great experience

The white sandy beach of Tulum delineates the deep blue of the Caribbean Sea, inviting its visitors to discover the wonders of the Riviera Maya. Immersed into the dense jungle of the Riviera Maya, there are…

Tulum Xel Ha Tours

Tulum Xel Ha Tours

If you want to combine Mayan culture and water activities take one of  Tulum Xel Ha Tours. This tour combines nature, archeology and culture and also is familiar. The Tulum Xel Ha Tours are available at most hotels in…

Mayan Seafarers

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…


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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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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…