Things to do in Tulum

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  • 1

    Tulum Ruins

    Riviera Maya Mainland, Cancun, ROO 77500 Mexico
    112 reviews

    Get there early because there will inevitably be a line to get in. Walk through, look at the ruins and when you are all ruined out- walk down the stairs to the beach. It's heaven. An amazing view of the ruins while you wade in the water.

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  • 2


    KM 240 Tulum-Playa del Carmen, Tulum, ROO 77780 Mexico
    39 reviews

    Xel-Ha is great for an all day adventure for couples and the whore family! Great snorkelling here, so much to see and do.

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  • 3

    Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park

    Highway 307, Tulum C.P. 77780
    12 reviews

    This park is a great intro to the underwater world of cenotes--an underground river system with caves flooded with cool and crystal clear water. Guided snorkeling and diving tours are offered throughout the day. Floating past huge stalagmites and stalactites and eyeless fish is an eerie, beautiful and unforgettable experience--I loved it. This park also was featured in a National ...

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  • 4

    Dos Ojos Cenotes

    Quintana Roo, Mexico
    13 reviews

    I was amazed how crisp and clean the water was in these cenotes! It was a bit scary at first to swim in a dark cave with bats flying around but I soon realized there was nothing to worry about. There weren't any scary creatures in the water and the bats didn't bother us at all.

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  • 5

    Cenotes Kukulkan and Chac Mool

    15 reviews

    Although you won't get the full experience if you don't dive through the underground waterways, I still encourage non-scuba divers to go. You get to swim in a freakin' cave! I didn't get a lot of use from my snorkel gear as there wasn't much underwater life to look at. It was still cool to see the rock formations and ...

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  • 6

    Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve

    Highway 307, Riviera Maya mainland, Playa del Carmen, ROO 77700 Mexico
    8 reviews

    GREAT place and a must see when you come to Tulum. Stop off at Cesiak on the way back for a sunset dinner above the lagoon and the sea...bring your camera!!! make sure you make it down to the bridge whee you can take a trail to a pristine beach...this is where the sea meets the lagoon...Boca Paila.

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  • 7

    Xel Ha

    11 reviews

    If you're going to Cancun and have a day you'd like to set aside for a day trip, Xel-Ha literally has everything you need to make your vacation complete. I have been to the Yucatan many times, and my trip isn't complete until I've gone to Xel-Ha. You can swim with dolphins, and the snorkeling is unparalleled to anything I ...

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  • 8

    Yal-ku Lagoon

    Quintana Roo, México
    10 reviews

    Beautiful Yal-ku Lagoon is enclosed inlet that offers much sea life for viewing best via snorkelling. This inlet is connected to the ocean through an underwater river. There are bronze arts and beautiful landscaping throughout so for those non swimmers/snorkellings, this is also a wonderful garden to spend some quiet and relaxing time in.

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  • 9

    OceanProKite Kiteboarding Tulum Center

    109 Hectares Km 25, Tulum, Quintana Roo, México
    3 reviews

    I finally gave a go to Kitesurfing this winter. I spend 2 incredible weeks with the OceanProKite team. They were very professional, safe and fun to learn with. I highly recommend them and their IKO certified instructors (compare with other school on IKO website). Thank you guys for such good time. Robin

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  • 10

    Mexican Caribbean Kitesurf

    109 Hectares Km 25, Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico
    4 reviews

    The magical color turquoise and white sandy beaches make the Mayan Riviera, Mexico, and unforgettable Mayan landscape, hence the existence of a special energy that fuses nature with the liberty to cross the Mexican sea with only a board and a kite, kitesurfing.

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  • 11

    Iguana Bike

    2 reviews

    This is a great little bike shop in Tulum, which not only rents good bikes (with helmets and locks) but also offers a bunch of interesting mountain bike excursions in the jungle. If you're interested in exploring the southern part of the Riviera Maya, this is definitely a different way to see it!

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  • 12

    Hotel Papaya Playa

    Carretera Tulum - Boca Paila Km. 4.5, Tulum, Quintana Roo, México
    1 review
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  • 13

    Templo Dios del Viento

    1 review

    The Templo Dios del Viento (Temple of the Descending God) in Tulum was designed to guard the entrance of the bay.

  • 14

    Tulum Beach

    1 review
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  • 15

    Tulum Gate

    1 review

    Tulum is a walled city, and this is the gate that tourists and others use to enter this historic area.

  • 16

    El Castillo

    1 review

    The El Castillo (temple/pyramid) in Tulum is the most impressive Mayan building among the ruins.

  • 17


    Av Tulum / Orion, Tulum, Quintana Roo, México
    1 review

    One of the favorite activities for many visitors is snorkeling. Too, snorkeling is a great way to practice for your first dive. Tulum is a world known destination for divers, there is more diving diversity in Tulum than anywhere else in the world.

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  • 18

    House of the Halach Uinic

    1 review

    When you walk through the Tulum gates, this is the first structure that you see. It is a rectangular, palace style building. Owing to it's size, it is thought to have been the residence of a very important figure in Tulum.

  • 19

    The Temple of the Frescoes

    1 review

    The Temple of the Frescoes is considered to be one of the more popular sites in Tulum because of the architecture, and the paintings that cover the inner wall. It is thought to have been connected to some kind of religious observation in Tulum.

  • 20

    Tulum Mayans

    1 review

    After visiting the ruins of Tulum, my wife and I ran into some local Mayans. I would hate to be the couple that tried to sneak into Tulum for free!

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