- Scout the bluish atmosphere of Tulum! Magical Mexico!
Scout the bluish atmosphere of Tulum! Magical Mexico!
Tulum is undeniably a favorite place for both national and international travelers for ages and it continues to be so. Mexico will be assuring you of the exhilarating experience with its blue Caribbean Coastline. Even it provides tourism-driven places like Playa del Carmen and Cancun which offers a feast to your eyes. You can dive into the bluish clear water and ride to the different places of Tulum. Here are some related places for you to travel to Tulum.
PLUMMET INTO THE GRAN CENOTE: One best advantage of being at the Yucatan Peninsula is that it is surrounded by Mayan sinkholes. It is otherwise known as Cenotes. Visitors could view the stones and black rocks at this place with greenish blue water and hanging branches of trees. This will absolutely awe-struck you and will make you dive into the transparent water. El Gran Cenote, Calavera, and Carwash are some of the most-loved places.
CHECK OUT THE TURTLES IN THEIR NATURAL HABITAT: It you like something ecological, it will be an indispensable part of Tulum. It is better to be visited from May to October because it is during this period most of these coastlines see the arrival of turtle slowly make their way into the sea. This the time when the turtle nesting season comes in! At the soothing evening times after the sunset, the turtles will slowly make their way up the beach to lay their eggs. If you really want to have the experience of the natural habitat of turtles and other creatures like a snorkel, dive into the crystal clear water.
PROSPECT INTO THE COBA RUINS: This place is situated some 30 miles outside of Tulum which is the widely underrated archeological site of Coba. Though the site is often crowded with many visitors, do not lose your heart to visit this place. This archeological town of Tulum is worth visiting a couple of hours and so if you are passionate about history, just make your way to this place which will be a perfect destination for your historically aesthetic soul.
DWELL INTO THE SIAN KA’AN BIOSPHERE RESERVE: Here is another spectacular place Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, which is one of Quintana Roo’s top eco-tourism destinations. The name is perfectly translated into ‘where the heaven is born’ and so it is truly worth visiting the green watery place. You could see jaguars, pumas, monkeys, and ocelots up very close. This place is something more than diving, snorkeling, and other wanderings!
PLUNGE INTO MAYAN RUINS: This is stupendously the biggest cultural pull of Tulum and it propounds with darkish blue water. It looks more like rocks and stones heaped together and some grasses have grown over them. Seriously, a mass of tourists visits this place to have a look at the ruins of Mayan ruins along with a blissful breeze touching your cheeks. The ocean is just below the cultural ruins and gives a tremendously breathtaking view.
TRY OUT THE DELIGHTFUL FOODS OF MEXICO AT EL CAMELLO: The particular place serves as Tulum’s favorite food spot where you can enjoy the deliciously fresh and flavorsome ceviche and seafood every day. If it doesn’t suit your taste, you can try out some other top-grade food vendors and restaurants which would serve you with scrumptious foods in Tulum.
DIVE, TASTE, and RIDE at Tulum in Mexico!