Tulum, Mexico Is Catching Travelers’ Interest From The Rich And Famous To Outdoor Enthusiasts
by Super G
Tired of Cancun and Costa Maya? Head down the coast about a 1 hour and 45 minutes to Tulum, Mexico. This Mexican resort town has been catching steam within the past couple of years and it’s now at a tipping point because more American travelers are discovering it. Why? It’s leveraging its eco-tourism destination with sustainable tourism, meaning it’s an earth-friendly destination. Check this out! If you are a diver or snorkeler Tulum might already be checked off your bucket list or is on it. Just off of its prestine shores is the world’s second largest coral reef in the world and even more impressive a 65-million-year-old underground cave system. Go onshore and you have the Sian Ka¹an Biosphere Reserve with a plethora of varieties of bird species, rare animals and protected plants growing in the coral reefs, lagoons, mangroves and wetlands. Go further inland and you are among a bevy of Mayan ruins.
If nature isn’t your draw, don’t worry. Tulum has you covered with beaches, golf courses, gourmet dining, spas and everything resort towns typically offers, but wait it even has a huge fashion show every December. The Tulum Fashion Show, which is attracting celebrities and fashionistas alike to this jewel by the Caribbean.
Who to Travel With: Edventure Tours is the biggest tour company in the area. When a woman complained about being sexually assaulted a tour guide eight years ago on TripAdvisor the company responded immediately. They informed the woman that the guide had been fired. The company has received rave reviews since then.
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