Tulum & Yal-Ku Lagoon

The 13th-century, walled Mayan city of Tulum served as a major port for Coba. Jade, obsidian, ceramics, incense burners, gold and copper objects, salt and textiles were among some of the goods brought by traders to Tulum by sea that would be dispersed inland. The ruins are situated on 12-meter tall cliffs, inside the Tulum National Park overlooking one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean.

A great place to spend some relaxing time Yal-Ku is a little lagoon with a mixture of salt and fresh water. Yal-Ku is inhabited by many species, who find in it a place to grow and develop their offspring safe from predators. Before reaching a certain maturity and transitioning into open sea, this species coexist in a spectacular, natural aquarium.

The tour:

Sightseeing in the archeological zone: Temple of the Frescoes, Temple of the Descending God and Temple of the Wind, El Castillo.
Drive through the jungle to the Yal-Ku lagoon. Snorkeling in the lagoon. Transfer to the hotel.

What to take with you:

Sun protection, swimming suit, towel. Additional snacks and water. We recommend that visitors use eco-friendly sunblock, because this helps to preserve the environment.

Price includes: transportation from / to the hotel, entrance fees, mask, tube and life jacket, guide, a bottle of water.

Price does not include: other beverages and tips.