Tulum has easily-accessible and gorgeous beaches, without the fuss of a typical resort. Tulum is a Pre-Columbian walled city of the Maya civilization located on the Caribbean Sea coast of the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico,at the most gorgeous bay of the Mayan Riviera, about a 90-minute drive. This small Caribbean town is surrounded by the jungle, archaeological Mayan sites and cenotes.
The Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Tulum. It sheltered remarkably rich flora and a fauna comprising more than 300 species of birds, as well as a large number of the region’s characteristic terrestrial vertebrates.
Tulum is surrounded by a huge stone wall. The Mayan ruins is an impressive site, ascended high above the majestic crystal blue seaside of the Caribbean and was protected by 3 enormous walls and a steep cliff. The most symbolic structures of this spot are: The El Castillo that with its 12 meter height is the tallest construction in the place. Next is Temple of the Frescos which is filled with murals.
Tulum have one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. Tulum hotel zone stretches on for miles and miles of white sand, framed by dense jungle. The farther south you go, the more secluded the beach you will discover. It is an ideal alternative to jam-packed resorts and heavy tourist developments.
Scuba diving is a must-do activity in this part of Mexico. The clean water is teeming with marine life and coral reefs. The marine life is much diversified that a diver will definitely enjoy and love diving in.Diving enthusiasts will find ample of dive shops and tour operators, ready to take them on excursions to the coral reef or deep into the cenotes.
So not only does Tulum have some of the world’s most gorgeous beaches, but it is also home to the blessed with cenotes of the Maya, archaeological sites, sheltered parks, fantastic food, and a laid back “Eco-Chic” attitude. . Tulum is one of the best spots in the Caribbean where it’s still guaranteed you will have the best of your vacation.
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