For its luxurious resorts and beautiful beaches, this is what Cancun is known about to be. The island that is now Cancun’s Hotel Zone was home to a mere three residents and a large coconut plantation 40 years ago. Enjoying the world-class accommodations and experience Mayan history, the remarkably successful development of the area represents one of Cancun’s most fascinating
- Chichen Itzá, Days out, Ruins, Tulum Information, Tulum tourism guide, Tulum travel guide, What to do
Itours invted the Tulum Knows team to spend the day on their tour to Chichen Itzá. The tour included Pick up and transport from Tulum, a stop at Cenote Suytun, access to the Chichen Itza site with a guided tour, a quick stop in Valladolid along with lunch and drinks. Find out what we though below. We arrived at the
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- Coba, Days out, Eco Tours, Nature, Ruins, Travel, Tulum Information, What to do
Located 44km northwest of Tulum and only 66km from the site at Chichen Itzá. The ruined city of Coba is a Mayan marvel, that was settled at some point between 50 BC and 100 AD. Coba was built around two lagoons, Lake Macanxoc and Lake Coba. At the peak of its civilisation, Coba was estimated to have had in excess
Located only a few minutes from Tulum. The Biosphere Reserve of Sian Ka’an contains around 23 known archaeological sites hidden amongst emerald jungle and meandering mangrove forests. This ecological wonder is one of the shouldn’t be The Sian Ka’an Biosphere reserve was initially established in 1986, a year later in 1987 the reserve was recognised as UNESCO world heritage site.