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Tulum, is an archaeological site of the ancient Mayan civilization, which is located on top of 40 feet cliffs on the eastern coast of Yucatan Peninsula surrounded by the Caribbean sea. Tourists from across the globe visit the region for enjoying water activities which include top class snorkelling where people can explore underwater cave system.
Furthermore, Tulum beaches are also ideal for taking sunbath, swimming and water sports such as jet skiing, sailing as well as kayaking. And if you are a cultural enthusiast, you can opt for a biological tour or visit waterways or take a close view of the ancient Mayan Canal systems.RMOceanFrontRentals can provide several Tulum beach house rentals options to vacationers who are in search of beachfront accommodations. Hence, if you are looking for rental apartments, condos or villas, you are at the right place!
Tulum is the destination on everyone’s lips right now, and although the tourist boom has already started in this once entirely unspoiled beach town, you can still get there and grab a slice of the action before it becomes as commercial as nearby Cancun. If you’re still not convinced, though, here are nine reasons you need to visit Tulum.
If you’re a beach bum through and through, then there’s arguably no better place in Mexico to visit than Tulum. In fact, so idyllic are the shores of this formerly sleepy beach town, even non sand-in-the-bikini-bottom lovers will be sold on the idea of lounging around on the beach all day. Undoubtedly one of the most iconic beaches in Tulum is the aptly named Playa Paraíso (Paradise Beach) which has stunning azure waters, practically-white powder sand and plenty of swaying palms.
The Yucatán Peninsula as a whole (the region in which Tulum is situated) is well known for the sheer quantity of cenotes that are dotted across it, from those that are hugely popular with tourists, to those that are practically virgin or even yet to be discovered. When in Tulum, it’s impossible to not stop by one or more of these gorgeous sinkholes with their rugged walls and transparent waters, and you’ll definitely welcome the refreshing coolness of the water in the baking hot heat. The biggest and closest to Tulum is Cenote Dos Ojos.
Aside from natural wonders and gorgeous beaches, Tulum has some of the country’s best nightlife, from full moon beach parties at the legendary Papaya Playa Project to the uber popular Cuban bar on the central strip, Batey. If you want great mezcal, you can’t miss the underrated hidden gem known as Nakawé, or perhaps you’d prefer to drink some exquisite cocktails in a lush outdoor seating terrace at Gitano. And these are just some of Tulum’s many excellent options!
Tulum is definitely touristy, make nony mistake, but it still maintains more of a small town feel than neighboring tourist resorts like Playa del Carmen and Cancún. However, this is unlikely to continue and you’ll undoubtedly see more hotels popping up in the near future in this picturesque part of Mexico, so that’s why you should ideally visit as soon as possible. Plus, it feels good to be in on the secret of one of the coolest places in Mexico.