Between the beaches, the dense tropical jungle, the ancient Mayan ruins, and the colonial cities, this particular region is one of Mexico’s most spectacular. Read on for everything you need to know before your first time visiting the Yucatán!
Stay: Hotel Bardo Tulum
Located At: 77760 Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Spend: $250+ / night
Expect: Beautifully designed villas, your own private plunge pool (need I say more?), and a good location in Tulum town
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