Hamaca Loca

Boca Paila KM 6.1, Tulum, Quintana Roo, 77780, Mexico
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Hamaca Loca - Tulum

by Chinacat1969

Anyone have any info on Hamaca Loca? It is close to the end of the beach road before the reserve. I have seen limited info on the web. They do have a website which I have seen. Thanks!

RE: Hamaca Loca - Tulum

by GiGi2007

Check out http://www.slowtrav.com/other/hotels/review.asp?n=la+hamaca+loca&s=tulum

And the hotel web http://hamacaloca.com/


RE: RE: Hamaca Loca - Tulum

by Chinacat1969

Thanks, I have seached the web and found these already. Appreciate your help.

Travel Tips for Tulum


by emilienoelle

Before leaving for Tulum someone told me that there were no ATM's in Tulum, but in fact there are 3. There are 2 in the small town of Tulum itself and one located on the grounds of the Tulum Mayan Ruins. When taking out money keep in mind that there are about 10-12 Pesos to 1 US dollar.

you don't need much

by hotsauce28

Definitely NOT one of those big wheeled ones! It'll be impossible to drag it to your cabana. Too rocky/sandy. If you're going in the winter, perhaps something long sleeve. Other than that, you don't even need a bathing suit. Lots of naked people running around.
Towels can be borrowed at "front desk" for 10 pesos. SUNSCREEN! obviously... Candles, flashlight and water.

Coba Ruins, Deep Within the Jungle

by lxine

Sure, you've seen the ruins at Tulum, but you can't get enough of those whacky Mayans. The sprawling archeological site at Coba is a completely different experience. The ruins are bigger, badder, and deep within the jungle. Your average Mexican tourist probably won't make it here. But that's not you...right?!?

Coba is an easy bus ride away from Tulum. Just buy a ticket at the station (around US$4.00), and the coach bus takes about 45 minutes. You'll be riding side by side with the locals, ripping through rural jungle roads. Don't forget to use the free toilet at the station before you leave!

It's best to visit Coba if you are fit and can dedicate a day to explore. Hiking up the giant pyramid ain't no easy task, but the view is spectacular from the top! Bring lots of water and bug spray, and good luck!

Be sure to visit Virtual Tourist's pages on Coba for more details!

And this is a picture of the Mayab 2 th class Bus.

by Waalewiener

Ok we took a bus like this one from the
Playa del Carmen busstation ,located on 5 th Avenue and Juarez.
Here it can get a little confusing .
When you go to buy your ticket I believe there were 4 ticket wickets (hehe that sounds wicket eh).
So we did not know that there is a fist class
(ADO) and a second class (Mayab ) bus service .So Lori buys the tickets to Tulum ,$ 2
dollar one way per person ,good deal .
So we go to the bus we see and get in with our tickets and later find out that we have second class tickets and we are in a fist class bus (bus driver's fault he never looked at our tickets ,he knew but did not pay attention.Ok we then just tranfered to our second class bus ,NO problemo easy does it.and after an hour drive we were dropped of on the Higway but we could see the Tulum entrance and we were there .Higway 307

Lonely Planet was Right

by Curlygirl about La Floresta

Just a no-frills open air taqueria on the side of the road as you drive by Playa del Carmen on the highway (opposite Calle 8), but Loney Planet said the shrimp tacos were to die for and they were SO RIGHT. I wish we'd been hungrier because the ceviche cocktails (in big parfait glasses) looked excellent as well. Very cheap...a great bargain. We only had the shrimp tacos, but the shrimp was so delicately fried, not greasy at all.
It's a simple dish, but often those are the best. The salsa that came with chips was very simple and tasty as well.


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Address: Boca Paila KM 6.1, Tulum, Quintana Roo, 77780, Mexico