Tulum Journals

Last Mayan Fortress

An April 1998 trip to Tulum by lobosolo

Quote: Guides in Tulum (for about 50usd youll get one good one on the site) will tell you it was one of the last fortresses the Mayans held against pirates and other groups. It is about a couple of hours aways of Cancun to the South heading to Chetumal

Last Mayan Fortress

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Overview

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The color of the turquoise Caribbean Sea and the waves smashing against a small beach that used the Mayans, both give you a magical touch of ancient Mexico. Probably by this time you wont be permitted to climb one of the pyramids overviewing the sea, and you probably will be charged if you want to take your camera or video into the facilities but it is all worth the pain and also worth paying. The trip around the historical site will take you about a couple ofhours anyhow, so I would pay the guide and then walk around without any pressure. Remembering what he told you and review it and you will make a trip worth credits in history, if not University, at least own credits for your been there done that...Read More

La Luna

Hotel

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Typical plaster and hay rooms with air conditioning. Hotel owners are Italian, so you''ll find good food at their restaurant. They have very little space for parking and they had about 12 rooms in a cozy villa.

Member Rating 2 out of 5 on April 27, 2001

La Luna
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Tulum, Mexico

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lobosolo

lobosolo
Querétaro, Mexico