Tulum

Top Adventures in Tulum

  • Kayak in the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve

    Located just south of Tulum, Mexico, along the eastern coast of the Yucatan peninsula, the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve is considered a UNESCO World heritage site due to the exceptional diversity of fauna and flora it hosts. Spreading over 500 000...

  • Camp out at Harmony Glamping Tulum

    Nevertheless, Harmony Glamping Tulum appeals to all, combining large furnished tent glamping options with suites for those who prefer a more comfortably luxurious lodging arrangement. The accommodations also include a restaurant and yoga classes, ...

  • Swim in Cenote Calavera

    While there is not much development to the cenote beyond an entrance booth and a short tiled path leading to the cenote, it's a great visit for the more adventurous crowd. Cenote Calavera consists of three holes that visitors can jump into: the la...

  • Visit the Mayan Ruins in Tulum

    About a two hour drive from Cancun, these Mayan ruins are one of the most visited in the Yucatan Peninsula. Although it is accessible to the public, most people go with tour companies! Although this isn't the most adventurous way to go, tour guide...

  • Swim in Gran Cenote

    The water is cool and beautifully clear in blue tones and remains around 20˚C, and the cave system supports fish and freshwater turtles which lucky swimmers may get have the opportunity to see. This is one cenote where it is worth bringing or rent...

  • Swim in Cenote Cristal

    Cenote Cristal, along with Cenote Escondido located directly across the street, share ownership and visitors can opt to pay for admission to either at the parking area for Cenote Cristal, or buy admission to both at a discounted rate. The crystall...

  • Swim in Cenote Escondido

    The swimming area is nestled between limestone cliffs and lush jungle, with clear turquoise waters. A small changing room and a few tables and deck are about the only developments around this beautiful swimming hole. The cenote is a popular diving...

  • Swim in Cenote Corazon del Paraiso

    Despite lying away from the more popular tourist clusters of Tulum-area cenotes, Corazon del Paraiso has modern facilities, a photogenic setting, and seems to be a favorite amongst locals. There are multiple decks, shaded chairs, and platforms for...

  • Swim in Cenote Car Wash

    Cenote Car Wash, known locally as Cenote Aktun-Ha, received its name for a time when area cab drivers would park adjacent to the pool to wash their cars. Those times are past, and the cenote today remains under the ownership of a friendly family. ...

  • Swim in Cenote Encantado

    Access points to the cenote are limited to a couple lodging establishments along its banks, and each operates in a similar fashion of charging a small admission fee while offering free access to guests. Mangroves line the edges, and visitors can r...

  • Swim in Kaan Luum Lagoon

    The lagoon, reachable from a short walk along dirt and plank walkways from the parking area, consists of a couple wooden decks with docks stretching into the colorful waters. In the center of the lagoon contains an underwater cave that sinks to a ...

  • Swim in Cenote Angelita

    The cenote is in a limestone depression, with the stone walls surrounding the water. There is a ledge to jump from, and a deck at water level to climb in from. The cenote is a popular spot for divers because of the water's clarity and depth stretc...