Tulum was one of the most significant Mayan cities of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, as it is an essential stopover for the commercial routes of the Mayans in their exploitation of the maritime riches of the coast of (nowadays) Quintana Roo. At its best, Tulum was the nexus between the dynamic maritime and mainland trade routes in the Mayan world. Objects from various regions of the Yucatan Peninsula and Central America were found, and the combination of Maya architecture and central Mexico is evident. Which weighs the importance that this Mayan city had for the trade in the Old Mexico.

We leave every day, tour includes:

Transportation Bus A / A, Entrance to Tulum, Bilingual Guide Spanish English.

Not included:

Food, tips and the additional cost for the use of video camera inside the archaeological site.


Wear comfortable clothing and shoes, bring a cap or hat, camera, sun block, insect repellent and extra money for personal expenses. It is not recommended for people in wheelchairs or with problems to walk.

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