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Tour through Tulum in the State of Quintana Roo

Tulum is an amazing city for traveling through which possesses impressive landscapes and natural sceneries such as its amazing beaches, archaeological sites, among other incredible sites in the destination of Tulum. tulum-quintana-roo.jpg

Tulum hotel zone is an important area of the city due to the fact that it possesses a privileged location in Tulum and also lodgings for all kinds of tourists. Moreover, you can enjoy every corner of this beautiful destination which is located at the State of Quintana Roo. Come to Tulum and explore this marvelous city.

“The picture Tulum Quintana Roo belongs to Guanatos Gwyn under a Creative Commons License”

A Luxurious Travel to Tulum

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Today, the travel industry seems to be reinventing itself one more time. Beyond the trend of luxury tourism are new facets of ultra-luxury tourism such as in Tulum, Mexico where several super-high-end boutique hotels cater to travelers who are searching for a vacation beyond the Marriot or a Ritz. Part of the allure of these hotels is the intimate customer service, the feeling that you’re a guest in someone’s home, albeit a very nice home.

Many hotels in the Tulum region of Mexico, on the famed Mayan Riviera are catering not only to celebrities anymore but common folk who are searching for supreme levels of service and quality in their vacation accommodations. Guests visit Tulum to get away from the traditional boom spots of Cancun and Acapulco, looking not for mainstream restaurants or generic hotels but something different and new. Many Tulum Hotels are now featuring various lifestyle activities such as yoga, fitness, and on-site dieticians.

It’s a trend that appears to be increasing in popularity: catering years ago to baby boomers and now portions of Generation X who, with cash in their pockets and depressing economic scenarios at home, are looking to get away somewhere special. With its white sand beaches and turquoise blue waters, Tulum embodies any dreamy Caribbean getaway from postcards or movies: though not without significant development and progress thanks to hefty tourism growth. And with the coming years, the international travel scene appears to be evolving just as fast.

Three Tulums

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What most folks really need to know, and only manage to figure out once there, is the fact that there are really three different areas all referred to as TULUM only minutes away from each other, not close enough though to walk to and from.

Tulum Pueblo sits split by highway 307 running South-North. “El Pueblo”, as referred to by locals, is home to most workers of the tourist industry and where many of the stores, supermarkets, two bus stations, inns, hostels and small hotels are found. This section of town has a definite feel of existing mostly to cater to the Tulum ruins. Tulum pueblo is indeed a destination for shopping, great restaurants, a modest night life, booking tours, banking, shopping for food, local vegetables, fruits, cafes, and local flavor. Do not miss it !.

Tulum Playa nests along the coastline that leads into the Sian Ka’an Biosphere [Ecological Reserve], the Caribbean white sandy beaches to the east, an impressive mangrove & wetland reserve to the south. Tulum Playa embraces many of the fancier, ecological, boutique and spa hotels, and it has a decent to excellent selection of restaurants and night spots. There are also a number of affordable beach front cabana-type lodging locations. Walk the beach and simply step in and inquire about accommodations and rates. You will be surprised and delighted. It should be noted most of these establishments are Eco-friendly and do not provide electricity past midnight. Toilet paper can not be flushed and it is asked that water and other resources be used sparingly. The hotels in Tulum aim to keep Tulum as it is and stop the ecological problems that have already taken hold in cancun and Playa Del Carmen.

Tulum Ruinas is the archaeological site where the Maya ruins of Tulum stand. It is conformed by a-mile-long road leading into the ruins from highway 307. The road is flanked by several restaurants, a commercial area geared to one-day visitors, a huge parking lot, a small bus station that operates part-time and a handful of middle range hotels.

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