The “Pueblo” or town of Tulum is the first part you will experience as you arrive at the ADO central bus station. Tulum "Pueblo" is a cornucopia of Mexican culture. You will find stores selling a great variety of souvenirs, hammocks, gelato and ice cream. Choose from many cafes and restaurants, from famous Don Armando's tacos, to Thai, an Argentinean steak house, or sushi. Discover banks, currency exchange brokers, or the famous "Pool" for all your fresh fruits and vegetable needs. Book tours to Sian Ka'an Biosphere [Ecological Reserve], Xel-Ha or Xcaret, huge water and adventure theme parks, or visit many dive specialists offering excursions to hundreds of local cenotes or open water reef sites. There are plenty of hotels, inns, and many backpacker hostels for those seeking accommodations and more "communal" amenities on a budget.

Tulum's playa is located along the Riviera Maya coastline leading south into the Sian Ka'an Biosphere [Ecological Reserve]. It boasts one of the most pristine white sandy beaches of the world and shimmers in many shades of Caribbean turquoise green. Tulum playa is where you will find a variety of boutique hotels, spas, and few old time cabañas style quarters with more affordable rates. You will also uncover a nice selection of more refined restaurants offering authentic Mexican, Italian pasta & pizza, and many fresh fish dishes.

Tulum beach is a wonderful place to learn and hone your kite surfing skills, enjoy running, or just simply take a long romantic walk on the softest sand you have ever encountered. There are shops with quality souvenirs, art, designer bikinis and other essential beach attire. Take time to visit many hotel and free standing restaurants for breakfast lunch or dinner, and you will be surprised at the vast offerings available. Many hotels offer yoga and meditation classes open to non-guests for a small fee with amazing views. Make the choice to explore Tulum's playa today!

The Tulum Ruins are one of the most breathtaking archeological sites you will ever visit! Located just north of Tulum's pueblo entrance, this site invites you to go back in time and imagine how the ancient Maya lived and flourished. Experience the thrill of sacred rituals at the main pyramid overlooking the hypnotic turquoise Caribbean sea.

While visiting the ruins you can hire a local tour guide, or explore the site alone and read the many historical markers that bring the mythological past to life.

At the entrance you will find several restaurants, souvenirs shops, and reasonable small hotels. Don't miss this wonderful experience when you visit Tulum!