The Main Temple at TulumView All Sizes
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Mayan Ruins at Tulum
We drove down the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula from the colorful Isla Mujeres and explored the ruins of Tulum. The Mayan Kings had it pretty sweet here. The location is awesome. The King's pad overlooks the best beach and the lovely aquamarine water.
Ruins of TulumView All Sizes
Nowadays the iguanas run the place judging by the number of their occupational party. Often found basking in the sun or clambering over vertical surfaces, the iguanas most likely appreciated the heat that the stone buildings gave off, and the relative protection of being on a wall.
Archeological Zone of Tulum
Next door to this popular tourist destination is a low-key beach town. A few yummy restaurants, rentals and permanent residents round it out. The actual town of Tulum is a must-see.
The Main Temple has a great view!View All Sizes
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