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What to do in Tulum?

 Being the archaeological zone of Riviera Maya this small town is a nice destination for many people that looks for tranquility and for some reason it has become in a hippie chic spot to visit.With some of the most beautiful white sand beaches in the world. Take classes in kitesurfing, diving in cenotes, snorkeling in crystal clear waters or just enjoy Tulum as the romantic destination of the Riviera Maya.Also, try snorkeling at one of the several cenotes (or subterranean swimming holes), or take a canal trip through the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve. Spas are also luxurious and plentiful here: Book a yoga class or Temazcal session at the Maya Spa Wellness Center.

Visit Playa Paraíso.

Just north of the Tulum ruins, the wide Playa Paraíso makes a relaxing end to a day exploring the area ruins.You'll find plenty of opportunities for snorkeling and scuba diving, plus a few hammocks, lounge chairs and umbrellas to choose from (if you get to the ruins early, you'll arrive at the beach in time to secure one), and a few beach bars should you want refreshment.Paradise doesn't come free; there's a moderate charge for the water sports, the hammocks and chairs, and of course, for any food. Recent visitors noted that to save a little money, you should pack your own towel and a snack. For about 200 pesos (about $11), you'll get a couple chairs, an umbrella and parking.

Punta Laguna Nature Reserve.

Less than 40 miles from Tulum, Punta Laguna Nature Reserve offers one of the most unique sightseeing attractions in all of the Yucatán: spider monkeys. The creatures are a top draw for the reserve, which also showcases jaguars, pumas, howler monkeys and dozens of bird species.The nearby Mayan village also allows travelers a glimpse of indigenous Mexican lifestyle, where you can tour thatched roof houses and watch people cook over open fires.Most travelers hire a guide to tour the reserve, as guides are usually inexpensive and can provide a more authentic and informed experience for travelers new to the Yucatán. That said, several recent travelers said you can still have a great experience just wandering around on your own.Punta Laguna lies just about 13 miles northeast of Cobá. From Tulum, you can take a bus, hire a taxi or drive. Open daily, you can tour the park for a moderate fee.

Visit the ruins.

Tulum was a walled city of the Mayan culture located in the State of Quintana Roo, in the southeast of Mexico, on the coast of the Caribbean Sea. It is currently a great tourist attraction of the Riviera Maya and next to it is the modern town of the same name, Tulum. The Mayan city is located within the Tulum National Park. You can also spend some time at the beach behind the ruins is a magnificient place to take a sunbath!

Diving in the magical cenotes.

Explore the cenotes out of the ordinary and let yourself be surprised by a unique experience. The underground rivers that flow through the bowels of the earth and the sacred subterranean waters surrounded by exuberant vegetation will restore your desire to live life to the fullest. You can find open Cenotes and Cave Cenotes where we can you can also attend a Mayan Ceremony to purify ourselves in these magnificent places.

Go through Boca Paila in a bike ride

Explore the corridor "Boca Paila".By scooter, bike or even car, you can explore the whole corridor (about 9km) to see the trendy places in Tulum, restaurants, bars, stores, beach clubs, galleries and so many other places that let you charmed in your visit in this picturesque village.
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