Tulum (Riviera Maya)
Tulum in Quintana Roo state is known for its Mayan ruins, namely a thriving city populated between 1200 and 1600 CE, which is situated at the edge of a 40-foot cliffside overlooking the Caribbean. The popular local beach, Playa Paraiso, is situated just to the south of the ruins. Tulum is also a popular eco-tourism site as it is home to the largest cave system in Mexico (the Sistema Sac Actun, home to many cenotes) and it is the gateway city to Sian Ka`an Biosphere Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Recommended Stay: At least 2 nights
Tulum National Park, Playa Paraiso, Sistema Sac Actun, Gran Cenote, Sian Ka`an Biosphere Reserve, Archaeological Zone, Cenote Calavera, Cenote Cristal, Tulum Old Town, and so much more!