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Known for its ancient archaeological wonders, enchanting cenotes, and sugar-sand beaches, Tulum is a tropical paradise in the Mexican Caribbean. Get off the beaten path with a stay at the Conrad Tulum, offering eco-chic suites and rooms that come with access to five pools, a luxury spa with holistic treatments, and numerous on-site dining options. At Casa Tropical, experience an eco-friendly home nestled in the jungle with an outdoor pool and hot tub, plus enchanting views of the tropical landscape.
Perhaps best known for its ancient archaeological site that sits dramatically above the crystalline waters of the Mexican Caribbean, Tulum is full of natural wonders waiting to be explored. With its soft white-sand beaches, turquoise waters, mystical cenotes, and relaxed tropical atmosphere, this beachside haven attracts travelers looking for a low-key getaway. Must-visits include the ruins of the walled Maya city and Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site named one of the most ecologically diverse places on earth.
Sitting on seaside cliffs, the Mayan ruins in Tulum were built to be a fortress, with walls on three sides and the Caribbean Sea on the other. Though the ruins are modest, the setting is powerful.
Go swimming in the mystical turquoise waters of this cenote spanning 150 square meters. Connected to a network of underground rivers, Gran Cenote is one of Mexico’s largest cenotes.
Known as the Gate of Heaven, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to thousands of animal and plant species. This protected area is a must-see for any nature lover.
Located in the Mexican Caribbean, Tulum experiences warm weather year–round. Rainy spells are typically short with sunny skies not far behind. The best time to visit is between February and May when the weather is calm. May tends to be the hottest month and December the coolest.