Tulum is a city located on the Mexican Caribbean coast, famous for its beautiful beaches, crystal clear waters and Mayan ruins. Besides relaxing on the beach, there are many activities you can do in Tulum to make the most of your visit. Here are some of the best options:

Visit the Mayan Ruins of Tulum

These ruins are one of Tulum’s most popular tourist attractions. They are a well-preserved archaeological site that offers a breathtaking view of the Mexican Caribbean. In addition, you can learn about the Mayan culture and history.

Explore the cenotes

Tulum is famous for its beautiful cenotes. These subway bodies of water are perfect for swimming, diving and snorkeling. Some of the most popular cenotes in Tulum are Gran Cenote, Cenote Dos Ojos, and Cenote Calavera.

Take a hike in the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve

This natural reserve is home to a great variety of flora and fauna. You can hike through the jungle, kayak in the mangroves or enjoy the ocean view.

Do yoga

Tulum is a destination of relaxation and peace for most tourists where you can connect with your inner self and nature. There are many studios and retreat centers where you can take yoga and meditation classes. In addition, many hotels offer yoga classes on the beach.

Discover an impressive and aphrodisiac gastronomy

To perfectly close a day full of activities and experiences, discover the vibrant culinary scene that Tulum has in store for you, where one of the most outstanding restaurants in the destination is BAK’: the best restaurant in Tulum where you can enjoy an exclusive Dinner With A Show: “Cha’ an Ka’ ak”.

Whether you are interested in history, nature, food, yoga or just relaxing on the beach, Tulum has something for everyone.

So, pack your things, book your hotel and get ready to enjoy all the amazing activities and the best restaurant in Tulum.


Nestled in the heart of the Tulum’s Hotel Zone, BAK’ culinary proposal provides some of the finest meat cuts in the world, including certified Japanese Kobe Beef, Australian Black Onyx and USDA PRIME