Secret Garden Hotel

Address: Sagitario Poniente Street #54, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, 77780, Mexico | B&B
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This B&B, located on Sagitario Poniente Street #54, Tulum, is near Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Mexi-Divers, Cenote Crystal, and Avenida Tulum.
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    Travel Blogs from Tulum

    A little bit of culture, just a little bit

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Mar 23, 2015

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    ... we'll pay you the forty peso's that we agreed. He eventually drove off when he realised he wouldn't be getting his bonus. Leaving the Tulum ruins we were greeted by, what we have since discovered are called, Mexican Coyotes. They're nothing like Coyote's that I am familiar with (which is mainly from the roadrunner cartoons!), more like a cross between a monkey and a raccoon! A pack of them scurry through the trees and bushes beside the road, every now ...

    What They Don't Tell You About People From NZ

    A travel blog entry by simonekrayner on Dec 25, 2014

    18 photos

    ... you become at their games. If you can efficiently master their games, you may be fortunate to be sober enough to witness one of them get down in the sand and perform the infamous 'slug' dance move. Something most Kiwi's are also asked along their travels is if they can do the Haka. I asked to see it once but it was returned with a very forward, "I'll show it to you in the bedroom", which I thought was totally inappropriate because you can't perform it properly or in the ...

    Jungle Adventures!

    A travel blog entry by travelingmer on Sep 22, 2014

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    ... and the third is a running start into a body of water just inside a beautiful cave opening. Now that we've repelled and zip lined through the jungle it's time to explore even further below, snorkeling underground caves with beautiful stalactites and crystal clear water. We swim further into the darkness, the only light a soft glow from Robbie's underwater flashlight. It's calm, serene and an amazing experience that will stay with me forever. Before leaving the jungle portion of ...

    Chichen itza

    A travel blog entry by steve88 on Jun 28, 2014

    Hola. So last few days have been packed with sight seeing, Mayan style. We left Merida early the other morning. We being Mia and joe and myself, headed for chichen itza. We arrived around 10am, maybe little late but oh well. The place is pretty cool. Very touristy with everyone tying to sell you something, first time that's happened to me in Mexico so far, I hated it. We spent maybe 3 hours walking around checking the different Mayan ruins out ...


    A travel blog entry by mdobsonca on Jun 01, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... that the underwater visibility was quite low. There seemed to be far more fish around Isla Mujeres than Utila but the poor visibility limited some of the sights. This was particularly apparent when it came to Whale Shark time, written up on the next blog.

    I got to dive with Kristen and Pacman for the last part of their training which was fun, the first dive was a little boring, as we were dropped off a little too far away from the reef. The second dive was very good, I got to ...