Coba is an archeological site 44km northwest of Tulum, once home to 50,000 Maya and a bustling trade hub. Climb massive pyramids, tour ancient temples, zip line over a lagoon or have a chauffer guide you on a bicycle.
Valladolid is a great city to spend the day exploring the history and culture. From colonial era churches and architecture to natural wonders like cenotes. Famous Sunday market for shopping and eating. Just an hour by car
Playa Del Carmen
Tulum is known for its laid-back vibe but if you’re looking for a night on the town 5th Ave in Playa del Carmen is the place – clubs, bars, restaurants, malls all on one long and vibrant street that’s always the centre of action.
Cenotes dot this entire area – natural sinkholes created when limestone collapses into underground freshwater rivers. Great for cave diving, snorkeling or just cooling off.
Muyil was one of the earliest and longest inhabited ancient Maya sites on the eastern coast of the Yucatan. Artifacts found here date back from as early as 350 BCE. Do not miss the chance to float down the canal at the Muyil Forest & Float! 15 km south of Tulum.
Tulum is home to an ancient, walled Maya city perched on a cliff overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Tour this incredibly preserved landmark and learn how this once thriving port was essential to the Maya civilization.
Xel-Há is an all-inclusive park with snorkeling, cenotes, zip lines and restaurants all in one place. Or, take things a little easier and swim with sea turtles in their natural habitat at Akumal Bay.
In addition to its magnificent seven-colored lagoon, this village of Mayan descent is also known for water sports. For hundreds of years it’s been the territory of travelers and treasure hunters such as ourselves.