Tulum – Kaan Lu’um
Tulum – Kaan Lu’um
Tulum or Tuluum was a walled city of the Mayan culture. The city received in antiquity the Mayan name of Zamá (which means in Mayan dawn or morning) and the current one, Tulum (which means in Mayan palisade or rampart), which seems to have been used to refer to the city when it was already in ruins.
Description of the Park:
Archaeological ruins of Tulum are the main attraction, the translation of the Maya is wall or palisade, this name is believed to be assigned when the Mayan city was already abandoned and in ruins, because at the beginning of the twentieth century even the Mayas who lived in the vicinity Visiting the temples of the city, the original name of the city is "Zamá", whose translation of the Maya is sunrise or at morning. The archaeological ruins of Tulum are regularly visited by the proximity of the tourist centers of Cancun and Playa del Carmen.
• Transportation round trip with A/C from Playa del Carmen-Tulum-Laguna de Kaan Lu’um- Playa del Carmen
• Water bottle (available on transport)
• Tickets to the archeological sites Tulum, Coba and Cenote Multum-Ha.
• Traveler's Insurance (during transportation)
• Alcoholic drinks and sodas at the food
• Local Guide in archaeological zones if you wish you pay at the moment
• Payment for use of professional cameras
• Rent of vests And or snorkeling equipment in lagoon
• Does not include lockers
• Any add-ons not mentioned
• Bring moisturizing drink (water)
• Cap and o hat
• Insect repellent
• Comfortable clothes
• Swimsuit. Towel sandals for water, as well as a change of clothes
• Camera, in some areas it will be necessary to cover the cost for using professional cameras
• Cash for souvenirs and tips as not all stores handle payment with Credit Card
• Use only biodegradable blockers and repellents to access to swim in cenotes