In case you weren’t already aware, Tulum is HOT. The site of the Tulum ruins seems to be even hotter, somehow. After a morning of exploring this ancient Mayan city (which we totally recommend doing on your own, sans tour operator!) you’ll no doubt be hankering for somewhere to cool down and grab a refreshment.
If you’ve foregone the guided tour option and are exploring the area on your own time schedule, marvelous. Now you have time to check out the Santa Fe Beach. Just a short walk from the ruins. Continue reading
Seeing the coastal Mayan ruins in Tulum is at the top of many people’s must-do lists when visiting the Caribbean side of Mexico. In particular, the Quintana Roo state. Because of this well-known fact, tours are offered and advertised seemingly everywhere. But at an inflated price.
To book the half-day tour through our hotel in Akumal (some 30 minutes from Tulum), we would have had to fork out over $65 CAD. EACH. Continue reading
All-inclusive resort vacations get kind of a bad rap in the travel blogging world, but there isn’t any shame in wanting a luxurious and relaxing getaway in a tropical destination without spending a fortune.
There’s so much to love about all-inclusive resorts, in fact, that you may just want to consider booking your next vacation at one. Continue reading
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