Boca Paila Fishing Lodge

Address: Km 25 Carreterra Tulum-Punta Allen, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, 77600, Mexico | Ranch
 
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This ranch is located in the DisneyLand area of Tulum.
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    Travel Blogs from Tulum

    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 ...

    Tulum

    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 ...

    The Ancient Maya Ruins of Tulum

    A travel blog entry by phil_in_nz on Dec 19, 2014

    21 photos

    ... so I translated for Robert and he was quite happy to have me there. To get our money back though we had to go all the way back to the ruins, which was a respectable walk.

    Luckily, we are in Mexico, where there are taxis at every corner. There was one taxi driver who offered the family a ride back to the hotel, and after I talked about the situation with him, he agreed to drop the others off at the entrance of the ruins for them to get their money back ...

    Guacamole moley moleeeey!

    A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Oct 30, 2014

    40 photos

    ... Many of Mexico's sinkholes have formed in limestone deposited in shallow seas created by the meteorite that hit Earth 66 million years ago, wiping out non-aviation dinosaurs. The collapse of limestone bedrock reveals a mysterious subterranean world of underground pools, where you can swim in clear vitamin and mineral rich waters.

    We cycled out to the Gran Cenote which belongs to an underwater cave system 198 miles in length, ...

    Once upon a time in Mexico (and Belize)

    A travel blog entry by julian-sarah on Jul 21, 2014

    3 comments, 44 photos

    ... in two weeks, guess what? Maccas is always there ;-) If anyone could possibly suggest one restaurant in the world better than Maccas then I'd sure like to hear it. Where else can walk off the street into and take a dump or a **** without being guilted into buying something? Where else can you sit and use the wifi for free without buying something? And if you do care for some food, where else can you buy a delicious, satisfying meal with a drink included for only $7.95. Yes ...