Things To Do In Tulum

Playa Paraiso, in the Riviera Maya, is like heaven on Earth; tourists from all over rank this beach as the top in Mexico and one of the best in the world.

Hang Out on Playa Paraiso

Marvel at the Ruins

Tulum is a must visit. The access fee is $90 pesos and the visit timetable is 8 am to 5 pm, everyday. It is important to mention that it is necessary to park.

This breathtaking lagoon is located near Tulum, about one hour driving from Playa del Carmen. People's first reaction many times is one of disbelief.

Go Paddleboarding in a Lagoon

Fall in Love at Burrito Amor

Burrito Amor Tulum was established when husband and wife Cameron and Paula first fell in love in Mexico.

Sip a Mojito at Batey

As Tulum’s nightlife scene explodes, the same unassuming bar still remains the go-to place to start your night out.

Explore the Sian Ka’an Biosphere

Just south of Tulum lies the enormous Sian Ka’an Biosphere, a protected area home to thousands of species of flora and fauna.

The Tulum ruins are great for their setting, but if you’re looking for a more substantial Mayan pyramid, you still don’t have to go far from Tulum.

Go Into The Jungle to Witness Coba

The most refreshing thing to do in Tulum is to take a dip in a “cenote,” jungle swimming holes formed when underground springs cut into the limestone bedrock.

Take a Dip in a Cenote

Tulum’s south beach is gorgeous but can be difficult to access unless you are staying at one of the many resorts that control the beachfront.

Rent a Daybed at Beach Club

One of the few drawbacks to the amazing beaches in Tulum is that they can get a bit windy at times.

Go Kitesurfing

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