This impressive city located south of the Riviera Maya, was originally called Zamá which means morning or sunrise. The name Tulum was given to it by the first Spanish explorers who arrived in this area, and its meaning in the Mayan language is: wall, due to the wall that surrounds the city.
Do not miss the opportunity to visit the old Port of Tulum, one of the last inhabited and later abandoned cities of the Mayan civilization, it is also one of the only fortified Mayan sites. Built on a cliff, with a spectacular view of the Caribbean Sea and where the ancient Mayan inhabitants honored their main deity, the "God of diving" or the "Descendant God".
Total duration of activities: 10 hours or less, as required by the client.
(From when the clients are picked up at the hotel, until they return to it)
It is suggested to leave the hotel at 7:00 AM
Bringing light clothing, tennis, mosquito repellent, towel and swimsuit with you in case you want to swim in the cenote.
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These rates include taxes and are for private services only.