Riviera Maya

The Mayan World is one of the most fascinating and unexplainable mysteries of the world.

Tulum &

Riviera Maya

There are few places in the world that offer ancient history and natural beauty in equal measure. Tulum is one of those rare places. This Caribbean jewel has been known amongst a privileged group of world travelers, and spiritual seekers for decades but has now over the last few years immensely grown in popularity amongst travelers as more and more people escape here to get away from the stress of their every day lives. Tulum was also recently voted ``Pueblo Magico``, a distinction rewarding the villages of Mexico with great cultural interest. Under the Caribbean sun, where nature is Queen, now Mayas and foreigners are united by the love for the same place.

Tulum has a very rich history, a visit to the site of its ruins overlooking the turquoise Caribbean Sea is essential to understand the Mayan civilization. Indeed this mystical archaeological site composed of Templos (temples) and Castillos (castles), was an indispensable trading hub for the Mayas. In the XIII and XIV centuries, the Mayas exploited the maritime routes of the entire coast with merchandise transiting the Yucatan Peninsula and Central America.

Natural Paradise



The region that we call the Riviera Maya of which Tulum forms a part is an area of 130 kms stretching from Puerto Morelos in the north to Punta Allen in the south. This area of flat terrain covered by tropical dry forest and mangrove, offers numerous activities. Visitors will find delight and relaxation in the beauty of the Caribbean Sea. Its many stunning beaches offer many activities, like snorkeling, diving, kite surfing and other watersports. Food lovers will appreciate a cuisine rich in flavor and often spicy. In the evening there are numerous bars where menus are filled with local cocktails, and festive music is always an ingredient for a fun evening. Visitors can not leave the region without having visited at least one Cenote. These natural fresh water caves have formed from the collapsing limestone bedrock which formed a network of underwater caves and river systems stretching hundreds of kilometers all over the peninsula. Masterpieces of nature, sacred spaces for the Mayas, connecting the underworld to our world, they are still magical and mysterious places where a calming atmosphere to relax and connect with nature prevails.

Natural Caves and Rivers


The cenotes are water holes in the jungle. They are produced by a process of dissolution and collapse of limestone terrain located above an underground network of caves and rivers. These geological formations are typical in the Yucatán Péninusle, which thus form natural sometimes large sinks.