Tulum's National Park

23 min by foot

It shelters jungle ecosystems, wetlands, coastal dune vegetation, beaches and cenotes where a diverse kind of animals and flowers of the region live.

Cenote Cristal

4.7 km

Cenote Cristal, also known as Naharon, is an open cenote of crystalline waters. Its vegetation will take you to a beautiful scenario where you can live one of the most relaxed moments of your life.

Tulum's Mayan Pyramids

The Mayan ruins of Tulum are some of the most mysterious and picturesque prehispanic pyramids that you can find in Yucatán, México.

The ruins are a group of well-conserved buildings, established inside ramparts from the XIII century. The ancient city was protected by high cliffs, the Caribbean sea and a defensive wall that used to be a very successful commercial port until the Spanish conquerors' arrival in 1518.

SFER IK Museum

4.4 km

Hidden in the Mayan jungle or in the entry of an ecological hotel, between museum and art gallery SFER IK in México has been chosen by Time magazine as one of the top 100 best places to visit in 2019.

Paraíso Beach

5.4 km

Considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Paraíso beach adorns the already majestic view of Tulum's Mayan ruins. The reefs that are close to the seashore makes this place the perfect destination for those who love snorkeling or enjoying the view from a catamaran.