Tulum Journals

Maya Country

A travel journal to Tulum by Love the Beach

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Maya Country

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Overview

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Several years ago, we discovered Zamas, a Palapa resort with style and charm. Each palapa-style structure has a private bath, veranda with hammocks, comfortable beds, and the Caribbean lapping at your doorstep. There is Que Fresco! restaurant with good, though a limited selection of food. Interesting architecture and amusing use of color make this place artsy and fun. There is an accomodating and friendly staff, maid service, and a little bar. Electricity is on until 9 p.m., so you're not in Robinson Crusoe land yet!Quick Tips: While in this region, plan a day of snorkeling, sunbathing, and dining at Xel-Ha (Shell-Ha), an incredible lagoon that is like swimming through an aquarium. Good...Read More

Zamas Hotel

Hotel | "Zamas"

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Funky, artsy, great for relaxing, beachcombing, and to use as a base of operations for exploring the many Mayan ruins and Caribbean dive sites of the region

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on October 19, 2000

Zamas Hotel
5 Km South Of The Tulum Ruins
Tulum
01 415 387 9806

Que Fresco!

Restaurant

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Adjacent to Zamas there is a beach road with several other palapa resorts and little seafood restaurants that you can explore for a little variety. We strongly recommend traveling with an ice chest in this region. A Playmate makes an excellent carry on bag!

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on October 19, 2000

Que Fresco!
Zamas
Tulum, Mexico

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