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Tulum (Spanish pronunciation: [tu'lum], Yucatec: Tulu'um) is the site of a Pre-Columbian Maya walled city serving as a major port for Coba. The ruins are situated on 12-meter (39 ft) tall cliffs, along the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula on...more
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Lovey place to visit and a must see if your in or around Tulum, especially considering it only costs 70 pesos to get in. The gardens around the ruins are very well maintained and offer a lovely backdrop to the old buildings and ruins.
When visiting the Yucatan Peninsula you must visit go early in the morning. This will help you beat traffic, enjoy the views peacefully, and have more space availability for a perfect selfie background of the the Tulum ruins.
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Although it was very hot, the view was well worth it.. Its amazing how much history this site has.. A must def stop while in Tulum and def worth visiting, the price is too affordable not to go... Stay hydrated if going before 12pm to...More
Our family Tulum experience was great, we saw the Archeological park and had a great time snorkeling on the coral reef.
We arrived on a rental SUV that was the easiest (and cheapest) way to move in the Cancun / Playa Area, so we head...More
Go go go go go go to see these amazing ruins. Do not pay $100 to be herded by the tour agencies! Rent a car and go there yourself. Don’t park at the first place, keep going and you can park closer and pay 50...More
70 pesos for a self guided tour of the ruins. It’s a great price to see history up close.
The ruins are beautiful and the views from the cliffs are breathtaking.
It was a nice day trip not far from our hotel.
During our visit to Tulum ruins in mid September 2018, I was low in cash and decided to use the only ATM (cash machine) located by the little market, a few yards from the visitor center, where you board the train that takes you to...More
We visited the ruins at the opening of the site (08:00AM), I would say only a couple of dozens of visitors were wondering in the site.
Entrance fee is cheap compared to Chichen Itza and Coba.
You can get there by bike by cab or...More