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Tulum Life Style

Mysticism, Nature and Tourism

Here, nature is shown in all its splendor through lagoons, cenotes and a Mayan archaeological zone on the seashore, which was used as a ceremonial, astrological and commercial center.

It is not a destination of large all-inclusive resorts, rather, its accommodations are small hotels that blend in with the jungle and can be as luxurious or rustic as you want.

Image by Marvin Castelino

Places of interest


Cenote Zacil Ha

The crystalline Cenote Zacil-Ha, which means "clear water" is located in Quintana Roo, 8 kilometers from the town of Tulum on federal highway 109 to the Archaeological Zone of Cobá. 

Being a not so popular cenote it will not be crowded, besides being 3 meters  deep so it is ideal to enjoy with your family. It has swimming pools.


$150 MXN

Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 17:30 


Great Cenote

The Gran Cenote Tulum or Grand Cenote is one of the best known and most visited cenotes in the Riviera Maya. It consists of a series of caves, caverns and an open cenote, connected by wooden walkways and surrounded by exuberant vegetation. With its crystal clear waters and its underground world, it is ideal for snorkeling, swimming and diving.

$180 MXN

Monday to Sunday 8:00 - 16:15


Blue Cenote

Open sky place, surrounded by jungle and lots of natural fauna, access is a free tour. One of the biggest attractions of this cenote is that it has areas with different depths, which creates spaces for the whole family.


You can do Snorkeling, Picnics, Diving, Diving and see the local fauna.


$120 MXN


Monday to Sunday 8:00 - 17:30



"Mystika is a unique sensory experience of its kind, designed to take the viewer on a journey of connection with Mayan cosmology, the most impressive natural sanctuaries in Mexico and the spiritual power of horses: totems of healing, wisdom and evolution." -Mystika

$297 MXN

Sunday to Wednesday 9:00 - 18:00
Thursday to Saturday 9:00 - 19:00
Open every day of the year

Balam Art on feathers

Balam Art On Feathers

The art of painting on bird feathers originates from the Pre-Hispanic Mayan Culture, Yucatecan artists promote the art of their ancestors that shows the degree of refinement reached by the Mayan civilization; art about feathers. 

They are carefully and finely made by hand on bird feathers, oil colors are used and they are framed in a rustic wooden frame and protected by glass.


Monday to Sunday 8:00 - 18:00


Sfer Ik

Sfer Ik is a barefoot gallery featuring exhibitions by visual artists, artisan workshops and innovative artist residencies.

Its architecture emulates a nest in the middle of the jungle made of reeds, grass, stones and ceramics, so the viewer is expected to feel a connection with the surrounding nature.


$12 USD


Every day 10:00 - 18:00

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