Something that defines the Magic Town of Tulum, in the state of Quintana Roo, is the beauty of its landscape, its famous archaeological zone and its attractive beach, one of the best in the region. It is an extremely colorful site with several wild attractions such as cenotes, lagoons and natural areas of great interest to ecotourism fans. In addition, it has several sites for cycling, swimming and adventure tourism.
What to visit in Tulum Pueblo Mágico
What nobody should miss when visiting this Quintana Roo community is its archaeological site, with its ancestral structures that cause the admiration of those who contemplate them, such as El Castillo, the Temple of the Descending God and the Temple of the Frescoes, which rise monumentally in front of the vast Caribbean sea.
For its part, the pre-Hispanic area of Coba, 40 kilometers from the city, is another unmissable reference for archaeological tourism in the region, as well as the Muyil Ruins, 15 kilometers from this Mayan tourist destination. The same can be said of the Sian Ka’an Biosphere, a place with a vast diversity of animals and plants, such as jaguars, monkeys, pumas, ocelots and many birds with exotic plumage, as well as numerous sea turtles that come to spawn.
As for the coastal area, Tulum has wonderful beaches, excellent for resting and sunbathing. They are surrounded by hotel infrastructure and have waters of a particular turquoise color that is not found in other parts of the Caribbean.
Another attraction that nobody should miss in Tulum is the Labnaha Ecological Park, inside which is the Mundo Mágico Maya ecotourism park, where you can enjoy recreational activities such as zip-line descents, kayak rides and snorkeling explorations in the Labnaha cenotes and Deep Water, immersed in an environment of dense jungles.
Tulum is also a very special diving destination since it has beautiful reefs and a deep, crystalline sea. The points most valued by diving enthusiasts are Los Coquitos, La Ballena and La Piscina.