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Carretera Zona Hotelera, Tulum, Quintana Roo, 77780, Mexico
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Forum Posts

10 Days in Tulum

by noonproject

Hi There,

I am spending 10 days in Tulum from 18 November then travelling onto Miami for 3 days shopping before heading back to the UK.

Please can you advise me on what I will need to pack for Tulum, aside from loads of books and my ipod?

Thank you.

Re: 10 Days in Tulum

by juliogg

Saludos noon. Dont forget to go to Achtunchen. Its a 1km. long cave, in one end ,out the other. Its worth seeing.

Re: 10 Days in Tulum

by aislas

Sunblock, mosquitos repellent, a cap or a hat, comfortable shoes so u can walk trough the ruins, a sweatshirt for the evenings and light trousers, shorts, cotton tshirts and of course, your swimsuit. If you are spending 10 days, I recommend you to visit:
1. The mayan ruins of Tulum
2. Xel-Há, national park
3. Xcaret, a very famous ecopark
4. Cozumel island
5. Chichen Itzá
6. The mayan town of Cobá
7. Playa del Carmen
8. Muyil, prehispanic ruins in the jungle
9. Valladolid
10. The Chunyaxché lagoon

Re: 10 Days in Tulum

by anagrettel

Sunblock, sunglasses, hat, comfortable walking shoes, shorts, swimsuit, sandals & Camera.

Re: 10 Days in Tulum

by Yolanda

Hi!!
I will go to Playa del Carmen in that same period of time but just for 7 days flying from Spain.
I hope you have a lot of fun and will may meet each other there.
What are you going to do with all those books that you are planning on bringing in your suitcase??? You'll have a lot of things and people to see around!!!!!!
I'm looking forward to get there!!!!

Re: 10 Days in Tulum

by playatulum

Hi,
i live/work in tulum and playa.One thing also that would be good is a flash light.There are no lights at the beach so depending where you are staying if you want to walk around to different restaurants it will come in handy.I work here www.omtulum.com

Come by and say hi,enjoy your trip

Travel Tips for Tulum

Picture with the Mayan Warriors

by Blatherwick

Get your picture taken with some guys dressed as Mayan warriors. Some people may consider it a tourist trap but I liked it. It only cost $1 US for these guys to pose with me for a picture. Cheesy? Yes. Fun? You bet.

entrance fee

by call_me_rhia

As in 2006 the entrance fee is of 38 pesos - this however does not include the use of a videocamera. For this priviledge you are required to pay extra money.

It could sound like a stupid advice, but DO bring pesos or dollars to pay for your entrance. I have seen people stuck outside because they only had euros - which are not accepted as a form of payment.

Break the law!!

by rafgys

In case you're gonna stay for a while in Tulum... probably the first thing you'll want to see are the Mayan ruins. Once you get there, you'll have to pay like anyone else… and you’ll fall in love with the beach. It’s a unique sensation… you’ll be swimming next to the ruins, in a turquoise water with a lovely white sandy beach right there, waiting for you!

The next day… unless you want to pay the entrance again, you may think about going to the regular beach… which is still lovely, but it doesn’t have the ruins. So what you can do is basically break the law! Just get to the beach and keep walking towards the ruins… you’ll have to walk a little bit through the water in order to pass the cliffs, and after that you’ll be under the ruins in the same beach you loved the day before, without having to pay a penny!

Taxi - hotel Papaya Playa or Tulum Ruins

by dila

When i arrived at the busstation i shared a taxi with a dutch couple to the Hotels halfway i think at the Beach. We paid 40 pesos together.
From the Busstaion to the Tulum Ruins i paid 40 pesos each way

Que Bueno!

by Jase1177 about Que Fresco!

Que Fresco! at the Zamas Hotel is a very popular place in Zona Hotelera. It is perfectly situated on the beach as it curves out on a small point. You can sit at any of the tables and look out upon the beach and the ocean horizon. There are several tables under a covered canopy, while there are other directly on the sand, giving that laid back vibe. Most nights they have live music on the small stage. The band that performed while I was there was quite good with a trumpet and saxaphone player. The service was pretty good, even the manager came by the table to make sure everything was good. The food was pretty good. The tortillas chips were homemade and came with fresh salsa and a picante chili paste. The fresh guacamole was not bad but not stupendous; I had hoped for better. The margaritas were quite good. I had the chicken enchiladas, which were good, but I really liked the salsa verde that covered the enchiladas.

By far, the setting of this place is best part. I loved sitting and watching the waves and then gazing up at the stars. The food is pleasingly sufficient and the music is lively. This is a great place to come if you are with a group of friends and/or family.

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