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The End of the Line in Tulum

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The crowds start to disperse the minute you clear customs in Cancun. The vast majority of the American’s head straight for the cabs that will whisk them a few minutes away to the mega resorts, all you can eat restaurants and swim up bars of Cancun. Another wave will hop into air conditioned vans speeding off to Playa Del Carmen, Mayakoba etc. By now the airport is thinning w/ the latest batch of tourists save for the intrepid few in car rental queues for a two hour drive to Tulum.
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Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
As is the case with many hotels in the Tulum section of Riviera Maya, Casa de las Olas shies away from the “luxe” label, preferring to promote itself as a simple, eco-friendly retreat where intimate spaces and five-star service are...
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Calle Camaron 32, 77509 Cancun, Q.R., Mexico
Grab a bike from Casa De Las Olas and start pedaling south… 10 minutes in you’ll hit a kayak/boat operator, and by boat is really the best way to see the Reserve. According to our friends at Cas De Las Olas, there are several great guides...
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km 10,470 Carretera Tulum Boca Paila, @hotel posada Dos Ceibas, 77780 Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
A trip to Tulum is incomplete without some time on/in the water. And no better way to experience that than a SUP rental from Fullview Watersports. Falvio has been at it in Tulum for years – he has some great Naish equipment for rent and can share...
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Unnamed Rd, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Do NOT miss lunch at Chamico’s, a no signage, no menu fish shack on beautiful Soliman Bay. Truly a unique experience – drive to the end of the road and keep driving. Just when you think you are completely in the middle of nowhere and there can’t...
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Carretera Tulum Boca Paila 7.6Km, 77780 Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
Hartwood prides itself on having no menu; instead, there are daily options based on whatever is available from nearby ranches and farms. Of course, that means locally sourced ingredients only, in the service of innovative, Mexican-inspired dishes....
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Carretera Federal Cancún-Tulum. Km 124, Jacinto Pat, 77780 Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
This cenote’s name, which means “Two Eyes” in Spanish, refers to its two separate pools that lead into a large cavern of incredibly clear water. At more than 40 miles long, Dos Ojos is the largest underwater cave system in the...
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Carretera Federal & Cancún - Chetumal Km 230 307, 77780 Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
While not as large as other ancient Mayan cities in the region, Tulum draws in visitors for its stunning setting of centuries-old temples perched on a cliff by the Caribbean Sea. You’ll pass a large market with souvenirs, a casual Mexican...
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Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico
You've likely seen the main attraction of Tulum in a travel ad, a postcard, or a friend's Instagram feed, but there's still nothing like witnessing first hand the only Maya site that overlooks the Caribbean Sea. Standing before the 13th-century...
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Sagitario, Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
Located near the Maya ruins of Tulum, Centro Ecologico Sian Ka'an (CESiaK) is a nature lover's paradise. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage site and established in 1986 as part of UNESCO’s Man and the Biosphere Program, it is the largest protected...
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Zona Arqueológica Tulum, Av. Cobá Carretera Federal Tulum Ruinas s/n, Por Carretera Federal y Av. Tulum Oriente, 77780 Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
Alright, let’s get practical here. Not necessarily an attraction that you’ll travel to Tulum for, but a visit that will make the rest of your trip much more enjoyable. San Francisco is the Target of the Riviera Maya – if you need it, they probably...
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KM 7, Carretera Tulum-Boca Paila, Zona Hotelera, 77780 Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
While the food in Mexico has always been relegated to delicious fare made from fresh ingredients found locally, the breakfasts I enjoyed daily were truly the highlight of my trip to Tulum. Chilaquiles, what I lovingly began referring to as...