Tulum means wall in Mayan. It has easily-accessible, gorgeous beaches, so one can have a refreshing swim after exploring the site… Tulum Mexico is the combination of a beach coastline, archeological zone, and town. You could say that there are three distinct zones making up what people commonly refer to as Tulum. The “Tulum Archeological Zone” is the first distinct zone. The ruins are small and manageable. Downtown tulum with a great offer in reasonably priced hotels but with high quality standards and more services than the Tulum hotel zone hotels.

Tulum offers some of the best reef diving and snorkeling in the Mayan Riviera, together with exciting and cave diving. The world’s second longest coral reef protects the bay and offers endless opportunities for snorkeling, diving, swimming and exploring in our two sea kayaks. Certainly one will not be disappointed with their scuba diving experience in Tulum. Scuba diving is a great way to experience the underwater kingdom. It is believed that once you learn all about scuba diving, it will become a lifelong obsession.

The Mayan ruins of Tulum, only an hour from Playa del Carmen, undoubtedly has one of the most breathtaking settings of any city past or present. Tulum is one of the most visited of all Mayan ruins, and it’s also the only major Mayan ruin to be found along Mexico’s Caribbean coastline on the “Riviera Maya”. Today Tulum is one of the most visited of all. When visitors arrive at Tulum’s ancient pre-hispanic site they are able to see the buildings that in its time were the city’s main center ceremonial and political , monumentally encircled by the Mayan world’s best known wall. Around this wall, in an area that at the present time can’t be visited, there were a vast number of wooden and palm houses. El Castillo The Castle sits on a high point of the site, facing the ocean. His image appears all over the site, but his true name and meaning are not known. It’s quite tame in comparison to the archaeological site of Chichen Itza, but it does have one overwhelming attraction: its location next to the sea. Templo del Dios Descendente – Temple of the Descending God depicts a diving figure, looks like a bee and is the same figure you can see depicted at other Mayan sites, including Cob. Tulum is without doubt the most exquisite ancient site in the Maya world and considered to be one of the most beautiful Mayan archaeological sites, Tulum is by no means the largest, but its location serves as a striking backdrop to its history. The only Mayan archaeological site to be in use at the time of the Spanish conquest, Tulum is the most important archeological site on Mexico’s Caribbean coast. It is one of the most visited of all Mayan ruins, and it’s also the only major Mayan ruin to be found along Mexico’s Caribbean coastline on the “Riviera Maya.”

If you want the comforts of home while enjoying your Tulum vacation, a beach house is perfect for you, your family or friends .There are beach houses that have ceiling fans throughout the house to keep things cool. Also they are equipped with energy It has one king size bed, a dresser, built in closets, and bedside tables and lamps, and a private bathroom to the rear of the bedroom. Some are tucked among the palms right on Tulum’s unspoiled beach just a mile north of the remarkable, heritage protected Sian Kaan biosphere. If you are looking to trade the go-go-go of city life for a quiet beach vacation, Tulum is the ideal place for you and your family to unwind and get back in touch with each other, and with nature. You have nonstop frivolous opportunities including the Mayan ruins, eco parks, wildlife, fresh water snorkeling, golf, horseback riding and a must visit to the lively town of Playa Del Carmen for people watching and shopping. . Within a few minutes drive is the Mexican village of Tulum and the small beach community of Akumal with all its restaurants, dive shops, information, shopping and markets.