Come to Tulum and enjoy a tour around its National Park, endowed with beautiful landscapes, discover more about this place!
During your visit to the Riviera Maya, it is highly necessary to stop by Tulum and even more, to visit the National Park, a protected place destined to the conservation and preservation of the flora and fauna of the area. Get to know all that this wonderful place has to offer you!
This article may interest you: Ecoturism in Tulum.
What is Tulum National Park?
Tulum National Park is a protected natural area located in the municipality of Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico and includes all the area north of Tulum, up to the Cenote Manatí or also known as Casa Cenote.
Currently this park is unique in the area and has an extension of 664 hectares of flora of the region, so it represents an excellent place to visit if you like to explore the natural landscape and you are a fan of ecotourism.
Also, here you can find everything from beaches and cenotes to the world-renowned archaeological site of Tulum. What are you waiting for to visit it and disconnect from the noise of the city?
What to see in Tulum National Park?
Here, you can witness diverse natural phenomena and find a wide range of activities to do, as well as guided tours and bike rentals, so you can make the most of every corner and spend a relaxing time in the company of your family and friends. Here are some ideas:
- Participate in the turtle release at the end of October.
- Swim in the Cenotes of the area.
- Enjoy a picnic in the areas available for it.
- Snorkeling on the beach.
- Observe the animals in their natural habitat.
- Meditate while taking a tour of the area.
- And much more. The number of options to enjoy this place are wide!
Eco-Hotel Casa Coyote, a paradise in the middle of the jungle.
And to complement your journey full of nature and relaxation, we recommend staying at Hotel Casa Coyote, a hidden place in the middle of the Tulum Jungle, ideal to rest. Don’t forget to try their Temazcal! More info here.