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Tulum (Spanish pronunciation: [tu'lum], Yucatec: Tulu'um) is the site of a Pre-Columbian Maya walled city serving as a major port for Coba. The ruins are situated on 12-meter (39 ft) tall cliffs, along the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula on...more
All reviews beautiful ruins bring water tour guide the cliff small beach an umbrella caribbean sea playa del carmen mayan culture beautiful location early in the morning avoid the crowds worth the trip cool off own pace an excursion pesos per person
As Mayan sites go this is a smaller one. But it was easy to imagine it as it once was.
A very busy trading port for the Mayan cities up and down the coast from Mexico to Belize and Honduras. Small vessals loaded with trade...More
Bring a camera! Great for pictures. Bring sunscreen and water and a hat bc it’s HOTTTT! There are huge lizards all over but they didn’t come close to us. Beautiful views. Bring a bathing suit for beach after.
My husband and I did the Tulum Express tour. The place is interesting. You are able to see the Mayans ruins and learn some of the Mayan History. The beach is beautiful. There is a shop area with a large selection. The only bad thing...More
Use guide Abinadi (Luis) Petlacalco, especially if you are LDS. Luis, explained things to us from both a secular and religious point of view. He is very good at explaining the buildings, history and showing you around. Very small ruin area but great to see...More
Tulum is the only archeological ruin facing a beach. As a result the views are exceptional. You can see the crystal and torquiest waters. It’s definitely hot but the views are worth every picture. If you drive you should park on a nearby parking lot...More
In order to avoid the crowds of tourists who deliver the cruise ships from 9:30 in the morning, we recommend a very early breakfast and an early arrival at the parking in front of the area at around 8:00 am.
So you have plenty of...More
The views were amazing, I mean what are we even reviewing here? The Mayan temples were incredible, the ocean views and beaches, jaw dropping. But if I were to rate my actual experience here it wasn’t all too special. I’ll have to revisit later in...More
Good day Michelle
As of 28 August 2019 the entry fee for Tulum was 75 Pesos (approximately $3.75 USA per person). Be sure to purchase your entrance ticket at the entry booth so that you do not get scammed. If you drive, do... More
Good day Michelle
As of 28 August 2019 the entry fee for Tulum was 75 Pesos (approximately $3.75 USA per person). Be sure to purchase your entrance ticket at the entry booth so that you do not get scammed. If you drive, do not purchase tickets from the vendors in the parking lot. The cost is very inflated (200 Pesos or more - $10.00 USA) or the tickets are not valid for entry into the site. Use caution. Hope this was helpful and enjoy for trip to the site.
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In Tulum, you will find stairs and unlevel grounds during all the route and is a long walk. There some small stores and cafes outside the archeological site. For more visual reference, you can search for... More
In Tulum, you will find stairs and unlevel grounds during all the route and is a long walk. There some small stores and cafes outside the archeological site. For more visual reference, you can search for videos on YouTube about the place and excursions to Tulum, and Google Maps, to see the surrounding area.