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Tulum, Mexico
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This place was so cool! tons of happy people enjoying the water! I can imagine how the mayans loved to use this spot to cool down!

Thank SojournerDrew
Reviewed 16 October 2017 via mobile

Beautiful stretch of white powered sand beach underneath the legendary Tulum ruins. We came here when we Bisterne the ruins and the views are spectacular. Can't be missed

Thank Jamie P
Reviewed 11 October 2017

We were at the beach while visiting Tulum. The views from above of the turquoise waters and white sand are a sight to see. Water temps in the 80's and gentle waves lapping at the shore make this a perfect beach to relax for as...More

Thank Mike V
Reviewed 1 October 2017 via mobile

Tulum was awesome to visit and the beach is so beautiful but at midday it’s so humid and crowded so keep that in mind but overall a great experience.

Thank Stephanie L
Reviewed 17 September 2017

Absolutely loved this private beach whilst at Tulum Ruins! Beautiful remote beach to chill for the day after viewing the ruins in the glorious sun.

Thank Craig W
Reviewed 14 September 2017

The only Mayan village to be found on the coast, these ruins are well worth a visit. Take your swimming costume as the there are steps down to the beach where you can go for a swim (life guard on duty). Very hot, take plenty...More

Thank Damian_Coates
Reviewed 13 September 2017

The beach really adds to the whole experience of Maya ruins, just magical view, really worth a visit!

Thank Veronica P
Reviewed 8 September 2017

To get to this beach you need to enter Tulum Ruins and that is very expensive, then scroll downstairs to get to the beach to finally see there are no toilets, no available spot on the sand, the beach is overcrowded ...not a nice experience

1  Thank jose y
Reviewed 22 August 2017

This beach at Tulum is a great way to end a tour of the ruins. When you are visiting Tulum, don't forget your swim gear. I recommend that you take a guided tour of Tulum because the guides are very knowledgeable and they usually include...More

Thank Adam C
Reviewed 8 August 2017

The best part of visiting the ruins! Bring your swim suit and bug spray--there is lot of mosquitoes. Don't forget sunscreen. The steps to the beach are quite steep and sand can get very hot.

Thank Vera L
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29 June 2017|
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Response from Sahara S | Reviewed this property |
No. Just a bunch of lizards and iguanas. But they don't mind you if you don't mind them.
21 June 2017|
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Response from natythoughts | Reviewed this property |
I haven't had any experience with renting a car there, but from my personal experience, if you're staying close enough to food and what not, I would stick with taking a taxi or bus. If taking a taxi, I'd ask for a trip... More
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17 February 2017|
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Response from jmrss93 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the beaches are public. You don't have to climb down the steep stairs at the peak of the Tulum ruins though. In the parking lot area, on the right side is the path to the Cenote. Walk down the sand path [as if you... More