I would do this instead of chichen itza if you’re staying in Tulum since you don’t need to drive 2 hrs & the pyramids are right by the sea which is very beautiful & picturesque. You can also go snorkeling at the beach near the...More
About Ruins of Tulum
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Be sure to arrive early in the morning before the heat and tours fill the park. Bring a bottle of water - even in the mornings it can get hot quickly. Also pack a swimsuit for the public beach access!
Just the idea of having Maya ruins over looking the Caribbean Sea sparked my interest a long time ago and has been on my bucket list forever, in short it is beautiful and unique, a must for anyone traveling though the Yucatan peninsula.
Amazing views from the top; gets very hot on a hot day. Rent a cycle for 200 pesos/day from the main entrance along the highway. DO NOT fall into trap of taking a snorkeling trip from the guys along the highway - it is cheap...More
The tulum ruins are an easy way to see the remains of a Mayan city. As with most ruins, most of the buildings are gone, there's no shade, and it's hard to understand the history without a guide, but it's a good introductory sight to...More
In all honesty, the ruins at Tulum pale in comparison with other Mayan sites in the region, but they are still very beautiful and well worth a visit. The additional attraction is that you can walk them from the beach, and the backdrop of stone...More