Tulum National Park

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  • 5.84% of people who visit Cancun include Tulum National Park in their plan

  • 72.41% of people start their Tulum National Park visit around 2 PM - 3 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Tulum National Park

Monday, Thursday and Friday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Tulum National Park

People normally club together Tulum and Akumal Beach while planning their visit to Tulum National Park.

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  • We really enjoyed the Tulum ruins. Such a beautiful site to wander through. We did not swim, but many did. The beach is small but looked lovely and inviting. We would like to have been given a map with our admission fee - or the opportunity to buy one, but that didn't happen. On the public beach a few days later, we could see the Tulum ruins and it brought back good memories. We will bring all of our visitors here and will likely come back ourselves. The admission price is reasonable. Perhaps next time we will add the boat trip so we can see the ruins from the water side.

  • The ruins are amazing.. Full of culture, history and just beauty! The architecture is incredible and pictures don't do it justice! The view of the ocean is outstanding and without a doubt one of the most beautiful in the world... White sand and blue warm clean ocean make for a breath taken experience!

  • Wonderful Mayan village to explore. The guided tour only takes about 35 minutes since it's a small location but everything is still in its original form and you learn quite a lot within those 35 minutes. There is also a beach front right next to the ruins where you can go swimming. It's quite beautiful. There are quite a few souvenir shops and eateries on premise so you can spend your entire day there BEWARE: There are hundreds of lizards and iguana and different types of wild animals that roam free but don't bother you unless you provoke them, so watch your step.

  • Nice piece of history. I recommend that you bring water with you and make sure you have sun protection on. It can be a busy place so if you can go in the moor later in the day you will have a litter more space which will make it easier for photos or reading the information plaques. We had a guide but he spoke so quickly and switched between Spanish and English so quickly it was hard to follow what he was saying. If you are able to take a taxi rather than a tour group from a resort, you can choose how long you stay. I feel like we missed a lot of information, but still very much enjoyed going.

  • Amazing park. Super clean and it doesn't have the typical people selling you stuff all the time. Amazing views of the pyramids with the ocean. Love it. Downside is that they don't allow drones. This is with I rate this a 4 stars.

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