So we check in its beautiful hotel. I am over the moon and happy we chose this place. we goto the restarunt before it cloese and order food. Myan chicken ists awesome. We get bananans for dessert with chocolate sause... awesome. Jaclyn eats it all... even the decorative fig on the side fo the plate.
Tulum has been a firm favourite for national and international travellers for many years and will undoubtedly continue to be so, not least because of its prime location on Mexico’s azure blue Caribbean coastline. Even though it will forever play second fiddle to the infinitely more tourism driven Playa del Carmen and Cancún, there’s so much on offer; here’s everything you must see and do when in Tulum.
Due to the peculiar layout of Tulum – the coastline, its principal attraction, is separated from the centre of the town by a short drive or a rather much longer walk – it’s advisable to rent bikes for at least a couple of the days you’ll be there. This gives you far more freedom to explore the area without a reliance on taxis; plus, with the wind flowing through your hair as you cycle around, you’ll practically forget about the often humid climate.
If you’re into all things ecological, then this is undoubtedly one of the most unmissable things to take part in when visiting Tulum; each year, from May to October, most of this coastline sees the arrival of turtle nesting season. After the sun sets each evening, the mother turtles slowly make their way up the beach to lay their eggs, before carefully journeying back to the surf. If you want a more hands on turtle experience, day trip to Akumal instead, where you can snorkel with these magnificent creatures!