It has been declared a UNESCO’s World Heritage Site. The Maya ruins, set on a cliff facing the Caribbean Sea, are one of the most important sites in Tulum and the only archeological area located on the coastline is the warm starry nights and clear turquoise waters. This is the region’s most photogenic site and perhaps in the entire country.
Under the cliff you can find Paradise beach, one of the best beaches of the Riviera Maya where trips to the famed Mesoamerican Reef Barrier are organised. A 500 000 hectare reserve, the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve encompasses everything: beaches, coral reefs, rainforest, sandy dunes and natural wells.