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Tulum Beach and Mayan Ruins

From the minute you set your feet on the grounds of Tulum, you will be encircled by a feeling of calmness. With so many chances to relax and take it easy, Tulum is the perfect vacation spot. It is a simple beauty and wonderful energy.

If you are trying to get away from the tourist scene, Tulum is the destination for you. Many beach side cabanas are offered for you to stay the night in should you so desire. Relax in a hammock and watch the sunsets cross the sky, and iguanas cross the ground.

If one is enthusiastic on seeing the archaeological sites of the area, there are nearly 60 Mayan Ruins that stand atop the limestone cliffs and look over the crystal clear waters of Tulum beach. Tulum’s name translates to “wallfrom the Mayan language.

The city’s original name is believed to have been Zama or “place of the dawn,” in reference to its position by the sea looking eastward. Today, the Mayan ruins in Tulum rank third as Mexico’s most visited archaeological site. One can leisurely walk right down to the white sand beaches directly below the old Mayan Ruins.

It is also worth your while to check out Sian Kaan Biosphere. “Sian Kaan” means “where the sky is born”. This place is a habitat for thousands of birds as well as all the terrestrial and aquatic animals to be found in the coastal area.

One can enjoy hours of swimming or learning snorkeling on the beautiful beaches available in Tulum Mexico. The place has a lot to offer for the budget traveler and family vacations as well. Finding the right budget hotel is easy.

Tulum accommodations varies from charming cabanas which are simple clean rooms that sit on a beautiful stretch of beach, to stunning luxurious eco-resort hotel. Generally, Tulum hotels are sought after is the fact that they are affordable. One can still find gorgeous resorts and accommodations in Tulum that offer world-class amenities at half the price.

Tulum is never a bad pick when you visit Mexico. It is one of the most beautiful areas on the Mayan Riviera.

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