TULUM RUINS


The Mayan city of Tulum stands 130 km south and 700 years away of Cancun. But the contrast between the two can be measured in more than just distance and time.

Cancun is a string of large resort hotels which did not exist prior to 1974 and which specialize in the expected.

Tulum, on the other hand, was built late in the thirteenth century, during what is known as the Mayan post-classic period.

With a little imagination and knowledge, the ruins become a giant puzzle waiting to be pieced together.

Visiting Tulum is a perfect day trip for those who tire of idly lounging around the pool.

What sets the site apart from other ruins in Mexico is both the fact that it is well preserved and it boasts its own, inviting beach.

Mexico’s rich and mysterious past is still visible in the amazing ancient ruins scattered throughout the country. From impressive towering pyramids in the Yucatan Peninsula to elaborate ancient cities found in Coba, the Mayan heritage continues to draw millions of tourists from across the globe. If you are looking to extend your knowledge and your travels beyond the Yucatan and Riviera Maya, we have shared our travels to remote Mayan ruin sites in southern and western locations. When traveling to the Riviera Maya, you will have a wealth of INAH ruins to visit, ranging from the Tulum ruins overlooking the Caribbean Sea to Chichen Itza, the 8th wonders of the world!

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