Address: Carretera Tulum-Boca Paila Km. 5, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, 77780, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera Tulum-Boca Paila Km. 5, Tulum, is near Gran Cenote, Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Mexi-Divers, and Cenote Crystal.
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          • Beach
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


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          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Zamas Tulum

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Tulum

          Cavern diving in coastal Tulum

          A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Jul 01, 2015

          29 photos

          ... around 40 metres deep. Everything we had heard about the awesomeness of diving in a cenote was true and then some. The eerie stillness was unsettling as we made our descent. Somewhere around 30m we hit a hydocline of sodium chloride (?) which made our vision blur as we tried to distinguish if it was the water or nitro narcosis; glimpsing up the chemical seemed to create a ceiling. We then headed into the cave system of the cenote, descending to a maximum depth of 42m, ...

          Tulum - Beaches and ruins

          A travel blog entry by brodieandalana on Mar 02, 2015

          15 photos

          ... them.

          The gopro had a small incident with the housing not being completely sealed. I got a little bit of footage before I noticed a water line on the housing, the thing was half full! I quickly got out and dried it, it was still turned on but the buttons weren’t working. Its currently sitting in a zip lock bag full of rice (to absorb the moisture) so hopefully it will be ok! We did get a locker to store our things while we were there and it was ...


          A travel blog entry by jmrowantravel on Jan 19, 2015

          18 photos

          ... forth, air con full blast, and he chats on his phone. It was a lovely road, dual carriageway. All of a sudden he slowed down, there was a huge speed bump on the freeway and he must have known about it. The Mexicans have speed bumps everywhere, so pleased we don't have to drive here. Over all the drivers here are very curtious and if us gringos want to cross the roads they actually stop ...

          Should Auld Acquaintance....

          A travel blog entry by hugoanddenis on Dec 31, 2014

          4 photos

          ... well - the Spiderman vs. Hulk game I worked out (obsession much?) and we dressed for dinner and girded ourselves for insane traffic on the little road to Cabanas La Luna -- what everyone calls the Boca Paila even though I don't think that's actually the name. Traffic has gotten worse over the years on this little beach road. Bikers, pedestrians, double-parking, derelict taxi drivers, massive water trucks and the occasional tourist bus as well as collectivos ...

          The lure of diving Cenotes - hook, line & sinkhole

          A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Sep 04, 2014

          2 comments, 5 photos

          ... Amazing amazing ahhhh-mazing scenery!

          Anyone can visit most of the different Cenotes. They are privately owned, so the entrance fee (which varies) go to the owners. You can self drive, take a taxi or collectivo (mini van). It's only if you are diving that you need a guide, otherwise you can come and snorkel, have a swim, eat a picnic, all at your leisure. I highly recommend a Cenote visit when you come to Mexico - it is extremely memorable - it got me ...