Vida Silvestre

Carretera Tulum - Boca Paila. Km. 9, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, 782500, Mexico | Ranch
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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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Travel Blogs from Tulum

Tulum- Diving course

A travel blog entry by briannaclark91 on Jun 08, 2014

We left Palanque and booked at the last long leg of our trip to Tulum which was 12 hours. 8:30pm our bus was meant to leave but the bus delays set us back over 2 hours of sitting at the bus stop. Allana and I kept ourselves entertained by trying to learn our Spanish by being silly with iit and giggling. I slept better than I have any other time and we arrived in Tulum at approx 9am. We hadn't booked at hostel yet so we rocked up to a hostel which was to expensive and then walked down to ...

Tulum has it all - history, beaches and cenotes

A travel blog entry by bulaska on Feb 03, 2014

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... again!) as it began to rain about 15 minutes after we had left the hostel. We found shelter in a gas station, but my flip-flops broke from the rain and I was just standing there with no shoes ;) So Romana went back to the hostel to bring me another pair of shoes and I stayed at the gas station, listening to the men working there and their flirting attempts :-) By the time she got back, it cleared up a bit and we could continue our walk to the ruins.
The ruins themselves (59 ...

New Year, New Beginnings... Same Plonker.

A travel blog entry by doove on Jan 14, 2014

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... of Spring Breakers and the place didn’t actually process our booking anyway – complained and got a free upgrade to a 75 a night hotel room with a swimming pool! So from the worst to the best place I’ve stayed in :) So yeh, even the planned things can turn out better unplanned, and despite the pants weather we were definitely getting some luck elsewhere!

Ate some food, gradually getting over my anaemia by vacuuming up all Rose’s leftovers, and to try ...

Beach top ruins and a loooong walk

A travel blog entry by wsbyama on Nov 01, 2013

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... would love for lunch, sweet pastries. Wrong answer Jesus. But like I said, besides the food issue, the day was really good. Ko'ox also provide you with a GoPro to get footage of your dives. I used their GoPro instead of my one (you can't get me Sanchez) because it was a better model - hopefully the pics and vids do the Cenotes justice, but we doubt it. - Cenote Angelita. A deeper Cenote, max depth we went was 36m. Jumping off 1.5m rocks to enter the Cenote was ...

Day 24: Goodbye Mexico, Hello Belize

A travel blog entry by holliem on Sep 27, 2013

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... across the dock. Us Aussies got quite excited, the Brits where like oh yeah just another squirrel. We finally were able to board the taxi, but before that all our luggage was placed in a live on the dock, the military came, 4 soldiers with big machine guns, and one fat old black Labrador. The dog went up and down, back and forth sniffing all the bags, then it started scratching on top of my back pack, my heart stopped. All I could think was ****, ...