Temple Tulum

#YUCATAN is a famous tourist destination. Old Maya cities, cenotes and the clear Caribbean Sea characterizes the Yucatan Peninsula. Tulum was one of the last cities inhabited and built by the Mayas. Chicken Itza and Coba are really worth a visit, too. While the Tulum ruins face directly to the breathtaking Caribbean Sea, Coba is located in the middle of the jungle. Yucatan is a great destination also if you like to combine adventure with relax.


Playa Paraiso

Yucatan Peninsula has plenty of nice Beaches. Some are more touristic as Cancun and Playa del Carmen and the area around Tulum is more quiet and closed to plenty of historical sights.


30 minutes from Tulum closed to Akumal there the best resorts as the Grand Palladium Resort & Spa. An amazing all-inclusive resort where you can relax in the in & outdoor Spa as well as on the long white sand beach. Right in front the resort, it is also great for snorkeling and kayaking as you will have the possibility to see plenty of rays. You can also book a 20 minutes boat tour to Akumal where you can get in touch with plenty of beautiful Turtles.

One of the nicest beaches is Playa Paraiso south of Tulum, where there are fewer facilities but you get in touch with an amazing nature, beautiful palms, white fine sand and crystal clear water. This area is also a great place for kitesurfing. If you do not need plenty of facilities and all-inclusive, the right place to stay is La Vita é Bella Bungalows, located directly on the beachfront.


Maya Temples

  • #Maya Ruins of Tulum
  • #Xel- Há, a natural aquarium park considered the largest aquarium in the World
  • #Cenotes, caves that attract many visitors and divers
  • #Akumal. snorkeling with turtles in the open Carribean Sea.
  • #Sian Kaan Natural Reserve
  • #Coba, old Maya ruins in the middle of the jungle located 40 km from Tulum.
  • #Chichen Itza, biggest and most important Maya city located 160 km from Tulum.

You can reach these great sights by booking a group tour directly in your hotel or discover them on your own by renting a car. You have just to watch out the precarious roads, but that is adventure too.

Look at these great pictures to see what Yucatan has to offer.



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