Tulum, the site of a Pre-Columbian Maya walled city and a port for Cobá, is one of the best preserved coastal Maya sites in the Yucatan. Highlights of these ruins include the Temple of the Frescoes which has spectacular figurines of the ... 

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Tulum Beach

August 2012

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Enjoying the beach in the shadow of the Mayan ruins at Tulum

Cenote Ikil

June 2011

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Looking down into the cenote when first getting there

Tulum ruins

May 2011

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Tulum ruins in Mexico. El Castillo de Tulum, Cancun

Cenote Cave Dive in Tulum

May 2011

Usually no more than 3 to 5 divers enter the cavern at a time, for both safety and to preserve the atmosphere.

Tulum Cave Dive

May 2011

At the Dos Ojos cenote, getting ready for the cavern dive.

Tulum May 2015

June 2015

We saw lots of iguanas standing guard over the ancient city. At least, that's what we decided they were doing.

some of the ruins at Tulum

June 2015

Mayan Ruins at Tulum over looking the Sea

Delicious Mexican Buffet at Xel Ha

June 2015

One of the many eating places at Xel Ha

Tour Guide David at Tulum

June 2015

David showing us Mayan pictures at Tulum

Fun in the sun at Xel Ha

June 2015

Tenecia Celebrating her birthday at Xel Ha May 2015

Snorkel ready at Xel-Ha

June 2015

Tenecia ready to snorkel

Tulum - April 2015

May 2015

I was travelling by myself and the tour guides made me feel part of their group. I learnt a lot with Frank/Freddy.

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