This sacred site was one of the greatest Mayans centers of the Yucatán peninsula. Throughout its nearly 1,000-year history, different people have left their mark on the city. The Maya and Toltec vision of the world and the universe is revealed in their stone monuments and artistic works.
One of the most famous cenotes in Mexico. Located just a few kilometers from Tulum on the way to Coba, this is one of the top diving spots in Riviera Maya. Although its name suggests it is only one big cenote, it really consists of several cenotes meandering along the verdant jungle floor and connected by wooden walkways. The color of the water is so clear that one can see fish swimming without even snorkeling.
The Calavera Cenote is named because it looks like a skull (Calavera in Spanish means skull). There’s a main hole with two smaller ones that look like eyes! The water inside is rather clear and the area is a popular one for diving as the visibility once lower is quite high.
This majestic, untouched stretch of sand is surrounded by looming palm trees and rugged cliffs. A popular place for yoga enthusiasts and iguanas, the beach is large enough to ensure that it’s never overrun with people. There are also plenty of restaurants on site to buy food and cocktails and boats offering snorkeling excursions in the warm sea.
Discover what makes Tulum a unique place on the planet and attracts millions of tourists each year. White sand beaches and turquoise warm waters are just a couple of the reasons Tulum is gaining so much popularity. The laid-back beach town has more than 2 million visitors each year and the number keep growing. With a mix of boho chic vibes, fitness gurus, and warm Caribbean breezes, it’s a perfect place to spend a few days, weeks, or a lifetime.
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