Tulum Hostel

Address: Andador Palmera No. 30, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, 77500, Mexico | Hostel
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Location

This hostel, located on Andador Palmera No. 30, Tulum, is near Gran Cenote, Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Mexi-Divers, and Cenote Crystal.
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Travel Blogs from Tulum

Arriving in Mexico

A travel blog entry by mcklawrence on Jan 21, 2015

1 comment, 16 photos

... first nights dinner (why change a winning formula) which was followed by a lengthy 2.5 hour siesta, waking up in just enough time to get to the bus depot to organise our travel tickets for tomorrow when we're off to Valladolid. So we've had a good few first days and have really enjoyed our time in Tulum, keen to visit Valladolid and check out the ruins of Chichén Itza, one of the seven 'new' wonders of the world. Will keep you posted, thanks for all the comments! ...

Mexico - Tulum

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Oct 17, 2014

43 photos

... known as Zama, or dawn, due to its proximity to the place where the first rays of the rising sun hit the region. It was a port trading community in a privileged location, and an active participant in the redistribution of local and foreign products coming from Central America, the Pacific and Gulf Coast, and Central Mexico via sea routes, rivers and land. Its daily life was related to politics, magic-religious rituals, the arts and astronomical observations. This site ...

Mexico-Pyramids, Playa and Passouts

A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Aug 08, 2014

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... that goes back to the Shang Dynasty. Even mummies of Mongolian dissent were discovered in the tombs at Teotihuacan. Chitzen Itza, more south in the Yucatan was built 2000 years after the Olmec pyramids and it represents the delicate decay if the Mayan civilization. It was built around the same time as the gothic churches in Europe whilst other Olmec temples were built earlier than the temples of Rome and Greece. The Mayan ruins in Tulum was our other stop. Built in ...

Beach time

A travel blog entry by ashka_dane on May 27, 2014

1 comment, 57 photos

Up at 9am, bags packed and ready to hit the road!
We drove to the gorgeous town of Tulum. Only an hour and a half from Cancun, Tulum is a much quieter coastal town. We stopped along the way at a place called Akmul, famous for it's coral reef and snorkling. It's a beautiful bay but packed with tourists. We had ice cream and cooled our feet off before hitting the road. Tulum is a very cool place. A hip little beach side town ...

Transit town tulum

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Mar 31, 2014

... with a share bathroom. She lives alone there with her 5 cats and sweet rustic garden with loads of birds. Yes there is a lot of noise from the trucks passing through the main street parallel and the loads of dogs barking and the early morning roosters. Tuesday 1st April. Today we had our breakfast which was cooked by Dora and was Mexican style with frijoles, tortillas, fruit,eggs and our lovely coffee which Wayne had brought with the French press from the US. Today we ...

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