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36 Hours in Tulum, Mexico - NYTimes.com

36 Hours in Tulum, Mexico

Change has come to tranquil Tulum, now with traffic and crowds, but the beach is still stunning and the water as clear as a fishbowl.

Everything You Need to Know About Visiting Tulum | Mexico Travel Guide for souvenirs, tulum ruins and the best resorts & hotels in mexico

Everything You Need to Know About Visiting Tulum

Everything You Need to Know About Visiting Tulum Mexico Travel Guide for souvenirs, tulum ruins and the best resorts & hotels in mexico

Lots of info on restaurants, sites, etc.

Just Relax! How to Cruise the Yucatan Peninsula

tulum: a few favorites / sfgirlbybay

tulum: a few favorites

Want Claire’s entire guide to Tulum? Check out her PDF […]! OVERALL TULUM NOTES: My favorite part of Tulum was sitting on the beach reading and eating ceviche.  There’s lovely yoga studios, higher end restaurants, and engaging activities like the ruins or cents as well, but honestly, I liked just hanging out in the sun and walking around town the best. Before you even get to Tulum, you need to book your hotel in Tulum. You’ll quickly discover that doing this by phone is most likely a losing…

TULUM CITY GUIDE: PART 2

would be fun to provide hats and other interactive and funny props

Chief among the cenotes of the Riviera Maya is El Gran Cenote or Grand Cenote, located about twenty minutes inland from Tulum on the road to Coba.

The Gran Cenote - A Hidden Gem in the Riviera Maya

Chief among the cenotes of the Riviera Maya is El Gran Cenote or Grand Cenote, located about twenty minutes inland from Tulum on the road to Coba.

Coco Tulum Mexico Beach Travel Guide

THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO TULUM

Bar Adelita, Tulum: "A Slice of Hippie Paradise" - A Girl and Her GoPro

Oh, my love for this place grows every single time I visit. Bar Adelita is a hippie chic restaurant and bar located on Playa Pe.

What to eat, see and do in Tulum. . Before going to Tulum, I noticed that almost every city guide or blog post I read suggested the same things: you have to wait in line for and eat at Hartwood; you must go to Posada Margherita and eat the fresh pasta; the drinks at Gitano are to die for.

What to Eat, See and Do in Tulum

Jackie and Paul spent nine days in Tulum scoping out the best hidden eats, the ones you won't find in guidebooks. Lucky for us, they're sharing the scoop, plus some extra bonus tips for getting the most out of a trip to Tulum.

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