Zulum Beach Club + Cabanas
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- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Zulum Beach Club + Cabanas Tulum
Travel Blogs from Tulum
... advised for recreational diving and our deepest yet. We gazed around each corner with renewed interest at the stalactites, trying to not think about the fact we were exploring an underground cave system. When our guide made a sudden turn we knew it was because he had spotted something special and there they were, an ulna (arm) and a few finger bones of an ancient human. We left the cave system and descended up the pit, this time stopping at a little shelflike 'balcony' ...
... so we are blaming that… UPDATE: The go pro has survived and is in full working order! For now anyway.
Other than that, the cenote was good fun.
Where we stayed
The budget opportunities were really thin when we looked at Tulum so we were forced to stay in a hostel, but managed to find a good one called Mango Hostel. It was located on the edge of town but there were some nice eateries around the corner, bike hire, supermarket and ATMs ...
... us cross in safety.
Tulum is a small town about 70 kms from Playa and it is famous for the Tulum argeological site next to the sea and this was used for trading by sea. As it was a Sunday there were many locals visiting the ruins. Once again no climbing or touching anything.
The beach is beautiful , soft white sand, thatch roofed restaurants and umbrellas, and little thatch ...
... tourist drivers. A few nights earlier we had been trapped in a traffic-jam (a word which shouldn't really ever be used when writing about a beach in the Yucatan Peninsula) for 30 mins and arrived late for a 6:30 reservation. At any rate, magically, there was no traffic on this NY's Eve. The evening was really spectacular. They dragged all the tables and chair from the restaurant to thee beach, put up a light rig, hired a french jazz band and put a ...
... hostel so it was nice and quiet....that was until one of the owners turned on some classic power ballads on max volume. He didn't speak English so I had to quickly google translate the situation to him...it must have been a foreign concept to him because he definitely didn't understand but he turned down his tunes.
The next morning we checked out and had some breakfast before catching a shuttle north to Playa Del Carmen....2 more stops :-O