El Pez at Turtle Cove

Address: Carretera Tulum a Boca Paila Km 5.5, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, 77780, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera Tulum a Boca Paila Km 5.5, Tulum, is near Gran Cenote, Community Tours Sian Ka'an, Punta Laguna Nature Reserve, and Cenote Crystal.
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    Travel Blogs from Tulum


    A travel blog entry by shaunandlouise on May 03, 2015

    2 comments, 90 photos

    ... the Caribbean coast at the mo) and the currents unsuitable for swimming. We also ate at some nice restaurants, including Mangler, a Pizzeria with amazing Pizza. Also we had a taco joint around the corner from us that did super fresh and tasty fish tacos. Octopus, shrimp and smoked marlin. Yum yum!

    We did have 2 action packed days whilst in Tulum. The first being our trip to Coba, a Mayan site set in the jungle. We were able to take our bikes on the ...

    The Ancient Maya Ruins of Tulum

    A travel blog entry by phil_in_nz on Dec 19, 2014

    21 photos

    ... people. There was a couple from Canada, a girl from Mexico, a guy from Saudi Arabia and another guy from East Timor. That was a country I had never heard of. Apparently it is a country 40 minutes flight northeast of Australia and shares a border with Indonesia. There they speak Portuguese as a first language, and they were apparently the only Portuguese colony in that area of the world. While I did not check that, I am positive that he is the first guy from there ...

    Guacamole moley moleeeey!

    A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Oct 30, 2014

    40 photos

    ... chicken tacos from local street vendors. All washed down with that cold rice tea, Horchata. When we weren't stuffing our faces with some of the world's greatest dishes we escaped to the natural swimming pools.

    Now, we're not talking Tooting lido here, the hostel had a refreshing enough pool. I'm talking cenotes. Cenotes, or sinkholes, are secret underwater caverns of turquoise pools where Mayans communicated with Gods with ...

    Cenotes diving

    A travel blog entry by hils80 on Oct 19, 2014

    Forced myself to eat egg again for breakfast so had some food before diving. Actually found a shop that sold nuts - super rare in Mexico what seen so far. Today I went dive in Cenotes and in freshwater - 2 new experiences for me! First dive was in The Pit - went down to 36.2 metres! Really cool dive, between around 17-25m you dive through this 'cloud' so surreal - like you need glasses as everything blurry and can't ...

    Mexico: Tulum

    A travel blog entry by markjezek on May 31, 2014

    30 photos

    ... instructor dove down into the foggy depths and then reappeared further away - awesome.

    After swimming around and exploring some more, we surfaced, packed up our gear and made haste for the second dive site “Dos Ojos”. Now these we completely different to the first dive, but just as cool. “Dos Ojos” means two eyes and was named by the Mayans as the two sink holes are so close together they appear like eyes looking up! ...