Things To Do
The Sian Ka'an Biosphere ReserveA strip of protected land surrounded by lagoons, virgin beaches and a wide variety of flora and fauna is a quick ride far from Alma Tulum. Let your wild side out and adventure into one of the most beautiful places on Earth, nominated World Heritage by UNESCO.
The Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve
Tulum RuinsPretty close to Alma Tulum, the impressive Archaeological Site of Tulum, persists through ages and is open to the public. Amaze yourself discovering the majestic buildings of the Tulum Ruins, the only Mayan city built on a cliff next to the Caribbean Sea.
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So many things to do in Tulum
Enjoy an evening walk or a bike ride through the Magic Village of Tulum. Shop from hundreds of stores for clothes, handicrafts and unique local articles. Fall in love with the people, the smiles, the Tulum life.
The Riviera Maya is home for these unique natural sinkholes of crystal clear water, unique natural rock formations, and stunning nature. Discover the pure natural beauty of the Tulum cenotes a must in your vacations.
Glide over the water and let your body take control of the waves as the wind propels your kite at fast speed along the Tulum Coastline. Kitesurfing in Tulum is becoming one of the most popular and adventurous activities. Visit our own Kite Surfing school on the beach and learn the basic skills of this extreme and super fun sport.
Get amazed by the underwater wonders of the Mexican Caribbean and the majestic cenotes. Tulum is well known for being a diver’s paradise for its many diving spots and the variety of ecosystems available for your diving craves. From the Mesoamerican Reef, shipwrecks and the impressive cenotes, the Tulum diving experience has no comparison and should be in your things to do in Tulum list.
Discover a multicolor natural spectacle snorkeling in one of the many snorkeling spots in Tulum. Enjoy a unique snorkeling experience at the Mesoamerican Reef, the second largest coral barrier in the world, full of marine life such as sea turtles, eels, rays and thousands of fish species. Also, the majestic cenotes and their crystal clear waters will mesmerize you. Snorkeling is one of the most popular activities in Tulum that you don’t want to miss during your visit.
Nearby archaeological sites
Enjoy these cultural gems and stroll through pre-Hispanic cultures
Take a pleasant boat ride through the canals of a gorgeous lagoon in the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve. Admire the flora and fauna of the area and amaze with the architecture of the archaeological site of Muyil, minutes away from Tulum.
Don’t miss the opportunity to visit one of the Seven New Wonders of the World. Tours to Chichen Itza from Tulum take you to the most famous Mayan archaeological site, the beautiful town of Valladolid and the surrounding cenotes.
One of the best kept secrets in the area. Visit a complex of Mayan ruins settled in the middle of the jungle and climb a huge pyramid temple to contemplate the majestic tropical jungle from above.