Tulum: Where History Meets Beach Bliss
A bohemian paradise on Mexico's Riviera Maya, Tulum boasts eco-chic resorts, crystal-clear cenotes, and a laid-back vibe that beckons travelers seeking relaxation and natural beauty.
In the ancient times, the Mayan developed a holy inner city that ascended high above the majestic cristal blue seaside of the Caribbean and was protected by 3 enormous walls and a steep cliff. This walled abode was given the honorary name of Tulum, the walled Mayan city. With over 60 restored temples, Tulum has hidden secrets that are spoken within the sacred walls with genuine paintings of the mysterious hieroglyphic writings.
Only the high priests, mathematicians, astronomers, architects and engineers were allowed to dwell within the arms of this sacred city while the commoners remained living beyond this holy city.
Attractions of Tulum
The ruins of Tulum are the main point of interest to visit for those staying at hotels in Tulum This is the main archaeological site of the state of Quintana Roo.
Learn about Coba and the archaeological wonders, in the middle of the Mayan jungle, with impressive buildings like the temple Nohoch Muul.
It has three restored buildings and a representative 500-meter path that goes through the forest reaching Muyil lagoon , which presumably is where Maya began trading.
This paradise, virtually untouched , divide the sea from the lagoon , making it a huge natural marina and a paradise for sport fishing world famous.
In the ancient times, the Mayan developed a holy inner city that ascended high above the majestic cristal blue seaside of the Caribbean and was protected by 3 enormous walls and a steep cliff.
The Cenote Dos Ojos, whose name is due to 2 cenotes are joined together by short caves, pretending to be two eyes, its located on highway 307 of Quintana Roo...
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