Tulum and surrounding area offers an unprecedented variety of leisure activities and things to do.
Whether it is to escape the everyday and enjoy the tranquility of nature,
or to experience something absolutely new,
Tulum has it all!
Aldea Zama master development was designed to attract people from all over the world to come live, work, and vacation. The 182+ acre (72 hectare) development aims to be the upscale and trendy hotspot of Tulum, bringing a dynamic that has yet to be seen.
The community is providing a town center that is proclaimed as the “New 5th Avenue of Tulum”.
The town center will consist of top names in fashion, retail, and dining, featuring an upscale image and trendy merchandise. The retail section will include an outside courtyard, cultural center, and a playground for children with free Wi-Fi.
Tulum’s spectacular coastline – with all its confectioner-sugar sands, jade-green water and balmy breezes – makes it one of the top beaches in Mexico.
Where else can you get all that and a dramatically situated Maya ruin? There’s also excellent cave and cavern diving, fun cenotes, and a variety of lodgings and restaurants to fit every budget.
Tulum is a tranquil vacation spot for people who don’t like beaches that are lined with big hotels. Depending on the time of the year you go, walking down a Tulum beach could mean that you’ve got the beach practically by yourself. If you’re lucky you may even spot some turtles on the beach that come to lay their eggs. You should seriously consider Tulum if you want to see beautiful beaches and enjoy a relaxing atmosphere.
The archaeological complex of Tulum enjoys a spectacular position over the turquoise waters of the Caribbean. The ruins and the surrounding landscape are some of the most photographed places in Mexico, and chances are that you have already seen them in postcards or adverts. The beach in Tulum offers everything in the way of watersports, and those who are looking for a relaxing break are also catered for, as there is a 5-star spa by the seaside.
Tulum holds the honor of being the most picturesque archaeological site in the Riviera Maya and the only one to have been built overlooking the ocean. A visit here offers spectacular views of the Riviera Maya beaches, Caribbean Sea and surrounding coastal region.
Tulum was an ancient Mayan fortress city that rose to power toward the end of the Classic period. The most iconic of its structures, the Castillo, is perched on the edge of a cliff overlooking the clear turquoise blue waters of the Caribbean.
The cliff-top Castillo, with its beachfront location and lush green landscape, is the image most often associated with the Mayan Riviera. The best way to experience Tulum is to combine a tour of the ruins with some beach time—maybe even a refreshing dip.