Posada Ecologica Dos Ceibas

Address: Km. 9 Carr. Ruinas Tulum-Boca Paila, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, 77780, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Km. 9 Carr. Ruinas Tulum-Boca Paila, Tulum, is near Gran Cenote, Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Mexi-Divers, and Cenote Crystal.
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          • Beach
          • Restaurant


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed

          TravelPod Member ReviewsPosada Ecologica Dos Ceibas Tulum

          Reviewed by upriver

          Rustic, Relaxed and Friendly

          Reviewed Sep 4, 2011
          by (6 reviews) Sydney , Australia Flag of Australia

          Dos Ceibas is good for its relaxed ambience, service, well priced rooms and a touch of spirituality.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Posada Ecologica Dos Ceibas Tulum

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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          A travel blog entry by maryvcontrary on Aug 02, 2015

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          ... below. Unfortunately by the time we got there the tide had already come in so we weren't able to go down to the beach to enjoy the view from there but they were pretty impressive nonetheless.

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          Four days in Tulum

          A travel blog entry by wattsy on Mar 22, 2015

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          ... t a hold up! We moved on from Playa Del Carmen after just one night, nothing against it, we just hadn't come all this way to stay somewhere that is akin to Torremolinos. We got the bus down to the town of Tulum. Buses here have so far been much comfier than the ones we encountered in Asia. Large soft seats with plenty of leg room and no one standing or seated in the aisle. You could almost fall asleep on them. We hadn't really planned our time in Central America. ...

          Coba & Collectivos

          A travel blog entry by kevandjen on Feb 13, 2015

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          ... yellow guy with a basket as Kev got the fast red one. It was awesome cycling through the "jungle" to see these amazing ruins. What made them so different to Chichen Itza was the fact that the large pyramid (Nohoch-Mul which is the tallest structure in Northern Yucatan) could be climbed and you got to see the view from the top. Now I'm a but afraid of heights, the steps are big and steep an by the time I got to the top my heart was racing. It was worth it ...

          The lure of diving Cenotes - hook, line & sinkhole

          A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Sep 04, 2014

          2 comments, 5 photos

          ... different Cenotes, and after speaking with different dive masters and guides, we decided to steer away from the more popular "Dos Ojos", as it would be crowded with divers (bad for photos!), and chose three different Cenotes that had a range of features so we could get a better representation of what Cenotes have to offer.

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          The Tourism Zone

          A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on Mar 11, 2014

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          ... knowing that just the other side of those trees and hotels were divine beaches and scenery that we wouldn’t be seeing, not to mention the ruin sites and cenotes (limestone sinkholes, where underground rivers break through the ground). We just couldn’t see them all and arrive at a place to sleep before dusk. There will always be that push and pull in travelling, but even more so in cycle touring—the push to move, the pull to stay longer. ...