"Excellent tour. This was the best of three tours I took while in Mexico. Steve Cerodio, CAN More reviews
"La Expedición rebaso mis expectativas, aprendí mucho acerca de la Cultura Maya" Sophie Williams, USA Más testimoniales
Ruins Overlooking SeaTulum is one of the most beautiful cities of the Maya culture with the most spectacular view of the Mexican Caribbean.
Tulum is located 82 miles south of Cancun. It has a great cultural importance and is the front door to the north coast Biosphere Reserve of Sian Ka'an.
It is also a passage to the forest city of Coba, another important archeological area where the customs of the original inhabitants still exist.
European and South Americans enjoy the culture and calm of the rustic nature of the area. Basic services and economical lodgings are readily available. Tulum is an ecological area where serenity abounds.
The archaeological zone of Tulum is perhaps one of the most beautiful places on the Riviera Maya, combining the mystery of the ancient civilization which inhabited this zone with the singular beauty of the Caribbean Sea which bathes its shores.
The city of Tulum is the only known archaeological site located by the sea, and belongs to the region known as Tankah-Tulum which comprises the zone of Tahkah, Tulum and Xel-Ha. It was constructed at the top of a cliff facing the blue sea and has and underwater coral reef that is the world's second-largest.
The hotel zone at Tulum is another marvel for those seeking peace and tranquility. There are few hotels on this 10 kilometers stretch of beach and they are all separated from each other. It's the perfect place for couples and comfortable lodging with all the facilities available, but you can also choose a rustic palm-thatched cabin lighted by candles. These hotels blend into the natural surroundings and use solar energy systems. The beach here is one of the longest and most beautiful on the Riviera Maya.