And for those that rather explore and discover: Tulum has much more to offer.
The late Mayans built their only sea front port right here and Tulum ruins are a unique experience with temples overlooking the ocean next to beautiful beaches.
A few more kilometers to the south lays Sian Ka’an nature reserve: 5,260 square kilometers of protected area with mangroves, jungles, cenotes and coral reefs.
More inland you will find many caves and cenotes. Cenotes are underground river systems that have accessible openings on the surface. Snorkeling or scuba diving in a cenote is an experience of a lifetime, as the water is crystal clear and the caves are naturally decorated with the most amazing rock formations.
Coba Mayan ruins make another excellent daytrip from Tulum. You can rent a bi- or tricycle and peddle on a jungle tour from ruin to ruin. Coba is home to Yucatan’s tallest Mayan temple; 42 meters, providing an astonishing view over the Yucatan peninsula.
Duende Tours can help you make reservations for beach cabañas in Tulum. Prices differ from 25 to 150 US dollar per night for a double room.
Tulum is within 2 hours of Cancun International Airport.
Adventure travel activities from and in Tulum are easy to arrange while you are there and Duende Tours can help you find the information you need. Don’t hesitate to Contact Us with any questions about this very special destination.