Tulum’s magic is in its history and beautiful beaches. I spent there only one hot and humid wonderful day, but I should have stayed there more, I will next time!

We started the day at the ‪Ruins of Tulum, the site is all in the open and there’s no shade at all! I was fantasizing about a hat and a sun umbrella the whole time we were there.

The seaside view is stunning and a real teaser so after glancing a few times at the blue cool welcoming waters we marched to the closest beach like excited children on the first day of summer camp. After a dip in Tulum Beach we walked to Playa El Paraiso where we stayed for a few hours, I mean, it does have paradise in its name and it is not far from it.

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Getting to Tulum from Playa del Carmen is about an hour drive by car. if you don’t want to rent a car, you can go by a Colectivo( minibus) from the Colectivos Terminal. if you are coming by a Colectivo I recommend going straight to the ruins, once you are off the minibus that stops for you in the main road, just walk straight for 30 min or Rent a bicycle.

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