Ahau Tulum

Address: Carretera a Boca Paila Km 7, Tulum beach zone., Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera a Boca Paila Km 7, Tulum beach zone., Tulum, is near Playa del Norte, Garrafon Natural Reef Park, Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, and Isla Contoy.
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      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Tulum

      Mexico-Pyramids, Playa and Passouts

      A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Aug 08, 2014

      34 photos

      ... Bella Artes theatre modeled on the Parisian theatre, though the inside doesn't match the greatness of the post office, the view from a cafe opposite the building is spectacular. I loved the art scene of the city and dragged Tom around all the top spots where he patiently waited while I perused the halls. I think I may have finally ground Tom down on the whole art thing. At the start of this trip he would enter into a gallery kicking and screaming, and where possible escape to a cafe ...


      A travel blog entry by wheresindi on Feb 20, 2014

      20 photos

      ... this point it was canal float time. Life jackets were stepped into so legs went through the arm holes and everybody floated down the canal to observe the mangroves, plants and birds before getting back into the boat further down. There was an experienced bird watcher on the tour educating others of his travel group so it was fun to see him identifying birds and checking with the guide he was right. Once we got back in the boat on the same canal it passed though ...


      A travel blog entry by mcdermk7 on Jan 08, 2014

      20 photos

      ... from the beach. The bike ride down was pretty flat and the sun was shining so we were happy out.

      Cenotes, pronounced say-note-tay, are lime stone sink holes that are naturally formed in the area of Tulum, the Yucatan and other small cities throughout the Yucatan Peninsula. Many of the Mayan villages had a cenote as their city center as they are a natural well, place of worship and meeting place. We swam and snorkeled (once Michele was given a quick ...

      An Excellent Goodbye to Latin America

      A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Dec 08, 2013

      4 comments, 8 photos

      ... is more affordable. Reading our indecision, the manager of the hotel dropped the price of his cheapest room by 30 percent, so we decided to go ahead and stay on the beach. As we were settling into our mosquito den of a room, the power went out.

      Turns out many of the cabanas in Tulum use solar panels to generate electricity. Tulum is known as the energy-efficient, art-loving hippie sister of the Yucatan family. And while I am a huge fan of the ...

      Tulum, Playa Del Carmen, and a rental car!

      A travel blog entry by vivianlam on Sep 19, 2013

      ... to stay until I leave. We decided to head back to the hotel to exchange cash instead since it's not even a 10 minute drive. I parked on the side of the lobby driveway and we went in to exchange our cash. The lady patrolling the parking came in to ask us how long we were going to stay for because we were “blocking” traffic. How am I blocking traffic when I'm pulled over in the indent of the lobby driveway? I told her we were ...

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