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Travel Blogs from Tulum
... them special. The ancient town sitting right on the coast, with many of it's buildings literally sitting right on the edge of a few small cliff edges dropping off into to the sea. Brilliant white sand beaches dot the town, at the moment however seaweed blankets the tideline making them less appealing (even though we had brought our swimming stuff). The Mayan's are of course long gone from the site. This has left a void that Iguanas have filled, they ...
... like Eminem from 8 mile than participating in some back up vocals, I personally liked to call out different wine varieties in the background, as the less the rap made sense, the more brilliant it became. And, well I also know a lot of different wine varieties so it kept the rap going for an extensive period of time. Another remarkable aspect of Kiwi's is they determine how much fun they are having by how many trips they take to the local pharmacy. Having witnessed them ...
Today was a fantastic experience in trying things for the first time: zip lines, repelling, and snorkeling a cenote. The AllTourNative Jungle Maya excursion was definitely worth the $140 to visit the jungle adventure and revisit Tulum. The view from Tulum hasn't changed a bit, but I wouldn't expect that it would in an archeological site. Our tour guide Robbie was fun, knowledgable and obviously loved living his job every single day. He easily explained all of our activities and ...
... beach here there's a reef maybe 600m off shore, it had local boats guys taking people out there but I figure I'll swim it, save some coin and get some exercise. Was a good distance swim, the reef wasn't the best little bit cloudy but worth a swim. I returned to the hostel after a refreshing swim and was chilling out when I met a nice fella named tom from New Zealand. We got chatting and before we knew it were on a ...
... 6 hour trip over 130km to San Pedro Sulla. Most of these later stops were to pick up and drop off local who were selling drinks and snacks.
The bus arrived at about 11pm headed to a hotel near the airport, I was up again at 4:30 to catch a flight to Belize City then Cancun in Mexico. Both flights were on small single engine aircraft which allowed for a great view of the reefs and cayes of Belize and the southern Yucatan peninsula. I spend the night and next day in Cancun city ...
Other places to stay in Tulum
Km 4-5 Carr Tulum-Boca Paila, Tulum | 2 star hotelfrom $115
Carretera Tulum-Boca Paila Km. 4,5, Tulum | Hotel
- Perfect place to stay
- Valentine Romance - non better
- LOVED Posada Margherita
Carret Tulum - Boca Paila, Tulum | Hotelfrom $212
Av. Tulum Entre Beta y Orion Norte, Tulum | Hotelfrom $55
9.5km south from Tulum on the road to Boca Paila, Tulum | Hotelfrom $378
Carretera Bocapaila km. 10, Tulum | Hotelfrom $133
Calle Alfa Norte esquina con Calle Sagitario, Tulum | 3 star hotelfrom $44
Calle Coba Lote 4, Tulum | 9 star hotelfrom $52
calle 6 sur entre calle 9 sur y calle 11 sur, Tulum | 2 star hotelfrom $47