Cabanas Don Armando

Km .470 , Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Km .470 , Tulum.
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    Travel Blogs from Tulum

    The lure of diving Cenotes - hook, line & sinkhole

    A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Sep 04, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    A "cenote" is a sinkhole or natural well, formed when a limestone surface collapses, exposing the freshwater beneath. Mayans used to source fresh water from these cenotes, and sometimes perform ceremonies here. The Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico is well known for it's cenotes and Tulum is an ideal base to go cenote diving. Here you can try your hand at cavern and cave diving, something I've never done before, so am very excited to try something new.

    When ...

    Tulum - the land of cenotes and ruins

    A travel blog entry by heinzdora on May 20, 2014

    14 photos

    ... from stinking hot to pouring rain to hot again. We finally get to Tulum around 4 and we head straight for a cafe to eat empanadas and tacos and fruit juices to wash them down. While we eat the downpour of rain begins again and we sit it out as we still have to walk to our new home.

    We are pleasantly surprised to find that Airbnb have provided another gem. Our place is a big two bedroom apartment, with a big kitchen and living room and clean bathroom. There is ...

    The Tourism Zone

    A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on Mar 11, 2014

    13 photos

    ... toward the push, and I tend toward the pull. When I saw the hand-written sign on the road for the family-run cenotes, I had to stop for a swimming break. Dan wasn’t too keen to interrupt our forward momentum, but this stop was for me a highlight of the ride to Tulum. There were three cenotes, but my favourite one was a cave that I had all to myself—the water an amazing blue, crystal clear; above me the stalagmited roof with the light from the ...

    New Year, New Beginnings... Same Plonker.

    A travel blog entry by doove on Jan 14, 2014

    212 photos

    ... I thought it was bad originally, then my opinion on it was about to sink a LOT lower! The type of people that place is marketed towards is bleughhh. Apparently the beach is supposed to be nice, but seeing as didn’t have time for it just stayed around the main strip, where the people that worked there were the rudest, unfriendly and pestering people I’d witnessed in the whole of Mexico. Clearly adapted in line with (some of) the tourists but they were just horrible people ...


    A travel blog entry by deckno on Sep 16, 2013

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... in any guide book! Sadly it was hammering with rain when we were there due to hurricanes in both the pacific and gulf coasts! We met a couple of girls in the hostel that braved the rain but they had also cycled from Guadalajara to Mexico City and on to Oaxaca! Can't remember where they were headed but based on our 10hour bus journey through the mountains from Mexico City to Oaxaca these girls were seriously hard core wheelies... Not for the faint hearted!!! But certainly ...