Las Tres Palmas Hotel

Calle Venus Ote 88, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, 77780, Mexico | Hotel
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Tulum - you need a week!

A travel blog entry by ecschultz


... the coast.

Today (now yesterday) is a travel day – we are heading to Caye Caulker, Belize. A 5 hour bus ride to Chetumal, Mexico, then a 2.5 hour ferry to the Caye. I have my wrist bands and
motion sickness tabs ready.Update - didn't need the wrist bands but needed a neck brace for the grueling 2 hour slam fest across the water to San Pedro - more on that later.

Muchas Gracias Mexico

A travel blog entry by wsbyama


... bus rumbles into action and we are off only 5:05 hours late! Mexican visitor fee: All smooth on the bus trip until the Mexican border where the dodgy immigration cops are pocketing non-immigrant fees and not supplying receipts. We read loads into this 'exiting tax'. It's not a tax but a set fee for all visitors, just the same as a visa fee for many SE Asia countries. Many blogs and lonely planet have info on it, but it's still very washy-washy as to the finer ...

Day 22: Cóba & Grand Cenote

A travel blog entry by holliem


... no gears but at least had brakes on the handle bars as opposed to yesterday's backwards pedal job. Haha. After about 5-10 mins cycling we could see the bike parking and all the bike taxis in their bay and we knew we had made it to the big one. This temple was 42m high and is the highest temple in the yucatan state, and as if I wasn't all ready hot and sweaty from the bike ride, we decided to climb it. Half way up I was unsure as why I had decided to climb yet another ruin in ...

Jesus es el senor

A travel blog entry by jellietails


... in till 8:00 then had pancakes for breakfast... Unfortunately there were no bananas. We bought snorkels and headed for akalum, the beach. But boy this was no ordinary beach trip: bigbig green turtles, puffer fish and schools of fish. Ellie started to act like a turtle which I thought was embarrassing enough, but then to my disgust she thought she was a crocodile. She is embarrassing everyone. The day ended with an incredible sea food platter for two and a beer. Estupendo. ...

Tulum Day 1

A travel blog entry by mybigtrip

... the group looks set to have a ball together, most of us being Australian, with a couple of Kiwis and a Brit. Had dinner together and then hit the tequila shots followed by an outdoor nightclub until around 2am... slept like a tequila-soaked log!

Yesterday we caught a local bus down to Tulum on the coast, checked into our modest hotel and continued to get to know each other. We visited the ...

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This hotel, located on Calle Venus Ote 88, Tulum, is near Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Mexi-Divers, Avenida Tulum, and Xibalba Dive Center.
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