Coco Tulum

Carretera Tulum Boca Paila km 7, Tulum, Quintana Roo, 77780, Mexico
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Looking for bus info from Tulum to Palenque

by allistarrfire

We are leaving Tulum by bus to go to Palenque. Does anyone know the distance, which bus to catch, pricing, when to leave, etc?

Re: Looking for bus info from Tulum to Palenque

by iammon

It is something over 700 km and takes about 11 hours. Companys are: Colon/ADO

Re: Looking for bus info from Tulum to Palenque

by rafgys

It's a long trip... you should do it over-night. ADO buses are very comfortable, you won't have any kind of problem with that...

Re: Looking for bus info from Tulum to Palenque

by mayadoc

Check for bus schedules, prices and duration of the trip.

Re: Looking for bus info from Tulum to Palenque

by gfinesilver

are you on a tight schedule? i hope you are hammock traveling because those are two of my favorite places to string up a hammock and laze for dayze.

Re: Looking for bus info from Tulum to Palenque

by wilocrek

If your plans aren't concrete I would suggest thinking about renting a car. Thats what I have done the last two times I was in Tulum and was planning to visit Palenque. If your flying in to Cancun you can rent a car through - I was able to rent a compact for a week at about $187. With a car you could actually visit Calakmul, which is on the way to Palenque, or if you wanted to drive straight through to Palenque from Tulum its about nine hours. If you decide to go this route and have any questions let me know.

Re: Looking for bus info from Tulum to Palenque

by gfinesilver

i agree that a visit to kalakmul would be very worth your while if you are willing to rent a car. that price mentioned above seems amazing. i have not been to the site but i know that it is the most important mayan site in mexico.

Travel Tips for Tulum

Ruins and beaches

by leffe3

Most people see Tulum as a day trip from the more developed resorts further north (Cancun, Cozumel, Playa de Carmen etc). But there is a good infrastructure in Tulum itself to warrant staying here - the ruins, beaches, the biopshere reserve of Sian Ka'an. Tulum Crucero is a dusty little junction with a few budget hotels and basic restaurants/bars a few kms from the coast/ ruins. The coast boasts some great beaches and a relaxing ambience. Relaxing on the beaches of the Caribbean but being able to incorporate visits to the ruins and the biosphere reserve, eating great food and sipping cocktails!

meet the staff at the hotel...

by hayward68

meet the staff at the hotel you stay at. Thanks to my friend, I ended up participating in the nightly show at our hotel on our last night. The guys are dressed so strange because it was a lip synch show and I ended up being the Canadian judge in the judges panel. It was hilarious.

Swimming with the fishies ...

by shrimp56

Swimming in the warm waters of Xel Ha lagoon isn't energetic -- but don't miss it!
It seems to have been developed more as a family recreational site since my visit. See the website below for information!
Another related attraction to visit on the Myan Riviera is Xcaret Eco Park. You'll find more information at their website:


by emilienoelle

I highly recommend renting a car if you plan on visiting Tulum and its surrounding area. For one thing, roundtrip transport from the airport in Cancun to Tulum costs $50 US per person and renting a car for a week costs only about $150 US. Also having a car will give you the freedom to go where you want, when you want to without waiting around for tour busses and wasting time sitting on them while they go from hotel to hotel picking people up. Tours can also cost upward of $90 US per person depending on where you go, which is a lot of money. If you do rent a car, don't be surprised if the car you get is over 20 years old. Ours was. But it and the air conditioning in it worked just fine!

Quality Italian

by leffe3 about Piedra Escondida

Fantastic Italian restaurant as part of the hotel. Set on the beach, looking into the little bay on which the hotel is built. Intimate little restaurant and cocktail bar, discrete lighting, lots of candles. The pasta was wonderful - the owners are Italian and the wife is trained, so.....(and the breakfasts were excellent too!)


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Address: Carretera Tulum Boca Paila km 7, Tulum, Quintana Roo, 77780, Mexico