Turquoise water and a mayan jungle in the south of Mexico
Tulum is one of the most prized jewels of the Mexican Caribbean, perhaps on account of its 10 kilometers (6 mi) of white-sand beaches and turquoise waters. It was, after all, deemed worthy of the “Pueblo Mágico” (Magical Town) designation.
In Tulum, nature is present in all its glory through its lagoons, cenotes (deep natural wells or sinkholes), and beachfront Mayan archaeological site once used as an astrological and trading center.
Locations all the coast from Bacalar to Holbox are the most wanted from the Mexican caribbean.Back