Traveling to Majestic Tulum
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Tulum is the perfect paradise to relax in. It’s an eco-friendly destination with amazing beach views. Tulum’s white sand makes you want to take a walk anytime during the day and the clear blue sea water makes you feel like you are in paradise.
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Where to stay in Tulum, Mexico
Villa Pescadores Tulum
One of Tulum's most traditional hotels located directly on the public beach Playa Paraiso just steps away from the famous Mayan ruins.
Amansala Resort | Yoga, Wellness Retreats & Spa
Hippie chic Tulum resort with a wellness focus known for its "bikini bootcamp" retreats and excellent yoga classes.
Be Tulum Hotel
A barefoot luxury resort and spa with jungle suites, beachfront villas and Mayan healing therapies.
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Things to do in Tulum, Mexico
Visit Tulum’s archeological ruins
Swim in a cenote
Swim with turtles
Take a tour along the coast and watch the ruins from the sea
Take a tour to Chichen-Itza
Places to eat & drink in Tulum, Mexico
IKAL restaurant, every single dish has amazing taste.
Tu, the perfect spot for tacos in Tulum town.
Del Cielo, a great spot for breakfast if you are near downtown.
Nao, in case you are craving sushi.
Talk to the fishermen at the beach so they can catch fresh fish and cook it for you.
Street food in Tulum, they are everywhere in town. You can find great trompo tacos or esquites (prepared corn).
Yaax Ik, good for Mayan and Mexican dishes.
Matcha Mama, great for healthy and fresh options.
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