If you are thriving for some extraordinary underwater secrets, then Tulum is the right place for you. It is a place where you can discover special subterranean water caves called “cenotes” and another day you can go diving into the sea and enjoy natural miracles of one of the longest barrier reef in the world.
Cenotes – the Amazing Underwater Caves
For explorers and lovers of natural wonders one of the most interesting places to discover in Tulum are the amazing underwater rivers and caves called “cenotes”.
The word cenote comes from the Mayan voice dz’onot meaning “cavern with water”. The cenote is an underground chamber formed by dissolved limestone rock. As the cavity increases in size by action of rainwater, the cenote may end up rising to the surface by collapse of the roof. Continue reading “Underwater Marvels in Tulum”
Wanna Kiteboard? Let’s Go to Tulum!
Long soft white sandy beaches in a small Caribbean paradise in Yucatán, Tulum, attract more and more water sport lovers every year. Whether you are an experienced kiteboarder or paddleboarder or you have never heard of such things and are just thirsty for a new experience, the Mexican Tulum is just the right spot for you!
Mayan History, Natural Beauty, and the Best Beaches
Tulum is a unique coastal town located some 130 km south from the Cancún Airport offering clean sea, sandy beaches, and significant Mayan historical sights.
Tulum means “fence” or a “wall” in Mayan – its wall allowed the Tulum fort to be defended against invasions. Nowadays tourists come visit the remnants of the wall. The ruins are situated on 12-meter (39 ft) tall cliffs, along the east coast of the Caribbean Sea in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico.
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In scarcely more than a decade, Tulum went through a mind-boggling transformation from sleepy beach outpost for off-the-trodden-trail backpackers to fashionable hot-spot frequented by a young, multinational crowd of stylish paradise-seekers. And paradise it seems to be indeed: 12 kilometres of dream beach, fringed by picture-postcard coconut trees and an endless stretch of lush jungle breathing its humid air into the salty breeze of the jade-green Caribbean.
However, Tulum is much more than just another trendy holiday location. It is soulful, mysterious, shiny and dark at the same time, a place that instantly captivates nearly everyone coming close. Some call this magic-magnetic effect ‘to get tulum-ed’.
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