Tulum is a charming coastal town located in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. It's a popular beach destination, boasting long stretches of white-sand, palm-fringed shorelines. Tulum's relaxing seaside atmosphere makes it a hot yoga town. Your honeymoon in Tulum also lets you explore 1,000-year-old ruins, natural parks, jungle-shrouded dining spots, and a new-world vibe.
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Romantic Areas to Visit on a Honeymoon in Tulum
Honeymooners in Tulum have an easy time locating exciting areas to visit. The region has both vibrant places with high-energy activities and laid-back spots to relax and enjoy your partner's company.
1. Tulum Ruins
Perched up a sheer cliff towering over the powdery, white beaches, the Tulum Ruins provides a combination of leisure and history. This gorgeous setting now holds remnants of what was a 13th-century Mayan port city. Couples can explore the site in the morning as they soak up in panoramic views. Afterward, head to Playa Ruinas and cool off in the warm waters.
2. Cenotes Dos Ojos
The cenotes are a magnificent natural phenomenon, combining freshwater sinkholes surrounded by beautiful green flora. Luckily, cenotes are in abundance and found in many parts of Tulum. Check out Gran Cenote, a place of crystal-clear waters, where you won't need a snorkel for underwater explorations. You'll also see incredible geographical features such as the overhanging stalagmite and stalactite rocks.
3. Taqueria La Eufemia
This is a popular dining spot in Tulum, and an excellent alternative for lovers who stay further inland. A gastronomic gem, La Eufemia, offers guests beach chairs and a chance to enjoy some of the best fish tacos with fresh orange juice. Besides, couples can purchase drinks by the hour, and experience the sun and sand.
4. Rivera's Kitchen
Mexican delicacies feature ingredients, flavors, and spices that can explode your taste buds. As a couple, you can take culinary lessons at this charming and homey kitchen and learn more about the traditional cooking techniques used to make delicacies such as tortillas and other authentic Mexican dishes.