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There is so much to see and to do in the National Park that one could scarcely do justice to it all. Walking by the cliffs near the archaeological site is a sure fire winner, for example. There are so many inspiring views of the...More
On our trip we just visited the archaeological site. Tulum is surely a great archaeological site. However, having seen Chichen Itza and Coba it is a bit disappointing. The site is also hot and has little shade. The beach down the cliff from the ruins...More
First of all, do not buy advance tickets from the guys in the official looking red shirts at the start of the 1 mile walk from the shopping area to the entrance to the ruins. They don't save you $$ or time. If you are...More
So glad I took the trip to the ruins! A little bit of a walk up the road (there is a shuttle). The landscape is just beautiful. And, the look over onto the coast almost magical when you see the blue water.
Modern conveniences present...More
We have been to Tulum 3 times now. It's such a gorgeous, magical place. Make sure you take your time and walk the grounds. The view from the hilltop overlooking the ocean is amazing! Watch for all the wildlife throughout the park. Look but don't...More
Nice and interesting, however the seaweed destroy the scenery you are expecting to see:((
There is also free street parking if you walk a little bit more, train is not necessary if you are fit, ticker is 75pesos, donr buy anything they will try to...More
Depending where you are, you can go there walking. I was in Diamante K hotel (which I loved) so we went walking through the beach and saw nice places to sit and have a margarita. Or you can take a public transportation (vans) which are...More