Cabanas Paraiso

Address: Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Tulum, is near Gran Cenote, Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Mexi-Divers, and Cenote Crystal.
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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

... in this oxygen poor environment. It is eerie. We slowly fall deeper and deeper, closer to the brown murkiness....which you think is more decaying matter gathered on the floor of the cenote....but you penetrate this layer at 28m....and then you are swallowed up into its' darkness, only an orange glow from each others torch beam can be seen. You can't actually see each other, or your hand for that matter, just the torch beam. You can actually smell the "rotten eggs" ...

What Do You Do When Your Bike Breaks Down?

A travel blog entry by nmblohm on Aug 05, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... impressing the waiters with our Spanish they hooked us up with a map of all the cool spots in town, and one guy even called his brother to get us a discounted price at our next stop- a cenote. The cenote is known as the Calavera Cenote because there is a human skull somewhere within the cenote. In English, it's known as the Temple of Doom. Maybe that is why the bike malfunctioned! A cenote is a large fresh water cavern that has ...

Tulum - the land of cenotes and ruins

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on May 20, 2014

14 photos

... ruins, the collectivo cost us 40 pesos. Yay savings.

We are dropped off on the corner of the ruins entrance and take a walk down. There are a lot of "free info" booths or "official" ticket booths on the way to the booth. Until you get to the entrance of the ruins these are all tour guides hoping to sell you snorkelling, sailing or guided tours, so if you're not keen on these get used to saying "no gracias" a couple of times on your walk. Its about 750m to ...


A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 14, 2014

38 photos

... was nothing short of heart racing. As we sped down the highway towards Tulum, an unusual silence between all four of us was suddenly broken with a little scared voice in the back row. It was Jess saying " I love you guys". We all nervously laughed as our driver reached speeds of I don't even know what. As you can imagine we were all massively relieved when we reached our destination, we couldn't wait to get out. We had arrived into Tulum a bit later than ...

New Year, New Beginnings... Same Plonker.

A travel blog entry by doove on Jan 14, 2014

212 photos

... in which people helped me and persuaded me to stay here is something I will definitely take with me, and I’m really happy to have stuck with it and not gone home/moved elsewhere.

Whilst still not my favourite country, the people are warm-hearted, friendly and accommodating and I had chance to visit some of the best places I’ve ever been (particular highlights being Espiritu Santo Snorkeling, some of the scenery around the Copper Canyon and the Oaxaca Coastline) ...