- Explore the ancient Mayan Ruins of Tulum, and see some of the best-preserved relics of Mayan civilization
- See beautifully preserved wall frescoes, and enjoy stunning views across the Caribbean Sea
- Relax and enjoy some calm seclusion on a quiet sandy beach in front of the Castillo
Travel 700 years back in time, and discover the ancient Mayan fortress at the Ruins of Tulum. Just a short distance from the buzzing tourist hub of Cancún, these stunning archaeological treasures offer a fascinating glimpse into one of the great civilizations in human history.
Wander through centuries-old temples, marvel at ancient fresco wall-paintings, and get a sense of what life was like 700 years ago in Mayan Mexico.
Tulum was built in the 13th century and it's one of the best surviving relics of the Mayan Post-Classic period. Perched on the edge of a 12-meter limestone cliff, the Castillo offers amazing views of the sparkly Caribbean coast.
Once you've had your fill of ancient wonders, descend the narrow stone staircase in front of the Castillo to the quiet seclusion of a pristine sandy beach.
It's Mexican perfection with a dose of history on top!
- Entrance to the Mayan Ruins of Tulum
- Food & drinks
Head to the 'Mexican Outlet' shop at the entrance and show your smartphone voucher to receive your paper ticket. Make sure to pick up your ticket before 14:00, so you'll have enough time to visit all ruins!
Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date.
Take Mexican Highway 307 south, out of Cancún.