Activities in Tulum

Here below some suggestions of things to do in Tulum

Sea Turtles

From May till September in all the Riviera Maya coast marine tourtles are arriving, mostly by night, and put almost a hundred eggs.

Fifty - Sixty days later little turtles born and run to the sea.

It is a spectacle that is repeating every year in the Piedra Escondida beach.

Transport Information

Here below Piedra Escondida hotel partners for Airport transfer, rental car, motorbike, bycicles and pubblic transport.

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Fun and Adventures

Coba Ruins

35 minutes form the hotel a beautiful sample of ancestral buildings merged in the deep jungle where you will enjoy the ruins and find new paths through the impressive vegetation.

More Information below:

Cichén Itzá

El sitio arqueológico más famoso de Yucatan se encuentra a 2 horas de coche o 3 de autobus desde el hotel Piedra Escondida. También se puede llegar con autobús o tour privados. Etapa obligatoria para los visitantes.

Más información aquí abajo:

Cenotes and Caves

Cenotes where sacred to the ancient mayas. You can find them everywhere in the Yucatan peninsula. Their fresh and crystaline water gives unique oportunities to divers and snorkelers.

Below you can find more diving and snorkeling informations and watch some videos:

Sian Ka'an

National Park and ecological reserve that has over 300 species of birds, lagoons with crocodiles between mangroves and miles of lush forest.

It has been a Mexican national park since 1986, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987.

Daily excursions are available previous reservation from the front desk.

Tulum Mayan Ruins

Tulum is famous in all the world for one of the most incredible representations of the Mayan Culture...a Mayan fortress on top of a cliff with a breathtaking view overlooking the Caribbean Sea.

Just five minutes by car or ten by bicycle, Tulum arqueological site is open everyday 8 Am to 5 Pm.

During your visit bring the swimming suit with you, a little nice beach is available for a refreshing swim.

More information about Tulum ruins site below: