($50 Childrens – $70 Adults)
Tulum in the Mayan language: three walls, is the only archaeological site built in the Caribbean coastline.
Known in antiquity as Zama, meaning dawn in Maya, it was a fully commercial city. Within its walls he lived the noble and merchant class. It stands above the rest of buildings Castle with its spectacular effects of light and shade during the spring and fall equinoxes at dawn. Also noteworthy is the temple of the paintings where even today one can distinguish red pigments. The Spanish conquistador Juan de Grijalva likened the beauty of Tulum to the city of Seville when he discovered this unique city.
After visiting Tulum we move to Gran Cenote. This cenote is called open, but has a closed area which is accessed underwater. A natural crystal freshwater pool surrounded by nature. The ideal for a swim after visiting the ruins site.
The second longest coral reef in the world is here, in the Riviera Maya. In Tulum you can enjoy this reef, its life is incredible. This coral reef is located a few meters from the coast and its waters are low. We can observe, multitude of goldfish, manta rays and with a high percentage of possibilities, sea turtles. In addition, the colors of the coral reef attract attention for how diverse they are. In this activity you use as a transport a boat for a few minutes and we will have the possibility to enjoy a panoramic view of the archaeological zone of Tulum from the sea. This activity lasts approximately one hour.
|WEAR||– Sandals or flip-flops
– Swimsuit, towel, sunglasses, hat
– Biodegradable sun cream and protective anti-mosquito
– Cash in pesos for purchases