This is a great new 2 bedroom 2.5 bathroom villa on the south end of Tulum on the edge of the jungle in a newer upscale residential area. It's a short 1/2 mile walk or bike ride to town with lots of shopping and restaurants to choose from. 10 minutes from the beach by car or taxi.
Both bedrooms are spacious and have private bathrooms with second floor terrace access. Gourmet kitchen gets rave reviews and the open floor plan to the private patio and jungle view is a great place to hang around.
Our small and private complex of 14 town homes is very nice in a newer growing part of town, quiet and secure with a lovely pool and common area. I would recommend renting a car to anyone who visits Tulum as well, things are fairly spread out here and the taxis, transfers and tours will add up without a car.
Here's a short list of some of our favorites and I will tell you more when you arrive. I think once you are here, the best thing to do is play it by ear and see where each day takes (Website hidden by Airbnb) the Mexican way and the way things go here; it best not too plan too far ahead, the weather may dictate what you do on a daily basis anyway. Some days are better spent in the jungle.
•Sian Kaan Biosphere, there's at least one full day here, lots of beautiful beaches, good snorkeling, Punta Allen and the lagoon...I know some great spots and tours to send you to there. You could do a tour or just go out on your own...lots of options in there.
•Turtle Beach, about 15 minutes north of Tulum, beautiful beach, great snorkeling or great to just hang out.
•Coba Ruins and the cenotes (underground rivers) around (Website hidden by Airbnb) another day trip with some great ruins and fabulous inexpensive cenotes
•Tulum beaches everyday are great fallback plan
•The Tulum ruins are cool and easy
•Sunset dinner at Ciesiak, it's a small eco hotela nd restaurant that overlooks the sea and the lagoon...bring your camera for fabulous sunset shots.
•Possibly Xel--Ha, an all inclusive lagoon and jungle park, all you can eat and drink all day, good snorkeling, river float, birds and jungle animals, you can even swim with dolphins if you want to treat yourself to that, it's about $150.00 per person for the dolphins. The entry to the park is about $70.00 each for the day...dolphins are extra.
•Akumal half moon bay is another good snorkel spot=almost always see turtle snorkeling, La Buena Vida is a great restaurant bar right there and they also have a fun kareoke night each Wednesday night
•If you are feeling young and want to do a late night party on Friday nights there a bar/restaurant/hotel called the Mezzanine that hosts a big beach party each Friday night starting about 10pm and it's quite a spectacle with jugglers dancing and a a general good time.
•PLUS much more and some great restaurants
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