7 Really Useful Tips for Visiting the Tulum Ruins




Perched atop tall cliffs along the east coast of the Yucatán Peninsula, the archaeological ruins of Tulum are one of the best-preserved coastal Maya sites in Mexico, as well as one of the most photogenic and popular among tourists. Mention the word 'Tulum', and for many travelers visions of majestic stone temples from long ago, secluded beaches with leaning palm trees, and the thundering, turquoise Caribbean Sea spring to mind. However, as I found out on my most recent visit, the reality of visiting Tulum is quite different. Think large and sweaty tour groups slowly shuffling around and blocking the walkways, selfie-stick wielding visitors all vying for the same perfect Instagram shot, and mega-chains like Starbucks and Subway setting up shop and exploiting the site's tourism boom. Regrettably, the magic of Tulum has somewhat lessened. But for those of us lookin ...



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