Vida Silvestre

Carretera Tulum - Boca Paila. Km. 9, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, 782500, Mexico | Ranch
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Tulum - the land of cenotes and ruins

A travel blog entry by heinzdora


... happily jumped in. The waves were a lot rougher than those in Hopkins and I was getting knocked about in the waist deep water where I stood and Hinesh was enjoying watching me get knocked over time and time again. Apparently you jump the waves don't run into them… learn something new every day. Still, it was such a gorgeous beach so waves and all I had a great time. We chilled in the shade of another palm tree for a while before wandering down the beach for ...


A travel blog entry by breadstickstu


... along the ocean front. We strolled and found a couple of restaurants inside other beach front hotels but nothing that was still serving food or looked remotely exciting to go into. Finally we found a really cute place nestled just over the water called Mezzanine. Unfortunately they too said their kitchen had closed, so at this point we decided dinner was just not happening tonight and ordered a glass of wine instead. Jess's recent trip to NYC had introduced her ...

Highlights of Mexico

A travel blog entry by unabearpark


... del Carmen. It's full of American tourists (doing Mexico?), masses of bars, clubs, loud music, narrow but long white sandy beach and beautiful clear ocean. I sought out a dive centre early morning and had the most amazing dive experience at ChacMool cenote. After two wonderful cavern dives with stalagmites and stalagtites, I headed back to the beach and tried a bull shark dive. I was slightly concerned when I had to sign even more forms than normal and attend a very ...

Day 21: Tulum Ruins & Santa Fe Beach

A travel blog entry by holliem


... I was going to struggle with the distance and the heat, but being on a bike meant I had a constant breeze, so while I was sweating I wasn't hot. The distance didn't seem to bad maybe 3 kms to the entrance, via minor floods. Apparently the ruins had been shut right up until Sunday due to all the flooding from 2 weeks of constant rain. Once we bought our tickets and entered Tulum, it didn't seem much different from other ruins. Same jungle path, initial small ruin, however the ...


A travel blog entry by deckno


... the info about the town and even the country. The town itself has an external wall facing the sea and then reclaimed land between there and another wall protecting the town from the gulf. This reclaimed land is perfect for a long walk/cycle or run along the gulf coast. The first thing I noticed about the gulf was that the water was perfectly still and full of fish! It was also pretty dark and gloomy looking, not very enticing at all! Don't go to Campeche intending to swim! ...


This ranch, located on Carretera Tulum - Boca Paila. Km. 9, Tulum, is near Gran Cenote, Community Tours Sian Ka'an, Punta Laguna Nature Reserve, and Cenote Crystal.
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