Tulum is located in the southern Mexican state of Quintana Roo, amidst the tropical jungle and the Caribbean Sea. This location has the virtue of not only being romantic, but also very rich in culture, adventure, relaxation and fun.
Here are some aspects as to why you will have a dream vacation in Tulum, while celebrating your Honeymoon.
Romance: you can book a beautiful beach boutique hotel located directly on the sand with amazing views while listening to the sounds of the ocean.
If you are still not convinced that Tulum is one of the most beautiful destinations in the world by looking at pictures and reading amazing reviews, here are 9 reasons why you should visit Tulum:
- Beaches: Tulum’s beaches are by far among the best in the world; you can enjoy a morning walk on Tulum’s endless white sandy beaches by the indescribable turquoise colors of the Caribbean ocean,
One of the best things of vacationing in Tulum is that you don’t need much to enjoy this place. If you are visiting Tulum for the first time, you will enjoy plenty of quiet time by the ocean, enough days to take long walks down Tulum beach, excellent restaurants and bars, a variety of Spas and revitalizing experiences for the body and soul.
Mexico is a fascinating country with diverse cultures that are unified by traditions, food, bright colors and music. It is not unusual that after spending your vacation in Mexico you are be eager to bring back everything you see. If you are thinking of purchasing a souvenir in Mexico, remember to choose small or lightweight items that will not take much space in your luggage.
Here are 5 souvenirs to buy in Mexico:
Taxco Silver and Amber
There is an expression that says that “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” meaning that the perception of beauty is subjective, what one person finds beautiful another may not.
But there are places where you can find beauty effortlessly. In every crushing wave you gaze, in every step you take on the white sandy beach, in every palm tree waving its shade and in every smiley face that says: “buenos días” and calls you by your name.
If you ever want to capture and feel the soul of Mexico, you must experience a “Day of the dead” celebration. Once you have lived it, you will probably understand why humor always arises to save Mexicans from their tragedies and why they tend to live the present, knowing always that life is short.
These festivities take place on the 1st and 2nd of November in every corner of Mexico,
If you are staying at Hotel Cabanas Tulum and want to get a taste of colonial Mexico, you must visit this beautiful little town just 70 miles and one and a half drive inland from Tulum beach.
The city of Valladolid, Yucatan, was founded in 1543 by Francisco Montejo; it was the second city built by Spanish conquerors (after Merida in 1542).
Valladolid is small,
Travelling solo can be a lot of fun: no ties, freedom to change plans, enjoying some alone time in a beautiful country which has so much to explore. But in order to be safe in any country you choose to travel, you must use common sense and this applies while traveling to Mexico, the US or France.
Although Mexicans are very hospitable and friendly, you must know when to draw the line and place yourself in a spot where you feel safe.
Having an honest contact with nature and experiencing a close encounter with a wild animal will always be memorable and rewarding. Off the coasts of the Northern part of the Yucatan peninsula, you will be able to have one of the best adventures of your life by swimming with whale sharks in Mexico, the Caribbean’s gentle giants.
The whale sharks sear for food in the warm Caribbean waters from June through mid-September.
The entrance to the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve is located south of the Tulum area, from which starts a track separating the freshwater lagoons from the Caribbean Sea. It has diverse ecosystems like mangrove forests, sea grass beds, barrier reef and Caribbean beaches. In this untouched natural reserve, you will have a direct contact with exuberant wildlife and breathtaking beauty.
Sian Ka’an is home to thousands of species of flora and fauna coexisting in this National Park that covers 5280 km²/1304714 acres,