The 4 most beautiful places to visit in Tulum if you love nature

Tulum is that jewel of nature, hidden between the tropical rainforest and the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, and that, being on the border with the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, has the privilege of maintaining some wonderful areas virgins

If you want to know some of these places full of magic, here are some and how to get there from Standard Rooms Tulum.

Mesoamerican Reef


Also known as the "Mayan reef", it is the second largest coral reef in the world and was named a World Heritage Site by Unesco.

Its length is 1,000 kilometers in total, of which 300 correspond to the Mexican Caribbean and is home to endangered species such as sea turtles, manatees, queen snails, among others.

To know it, you can go to any snorkeling or diving tour of the West Coast National Park of Isla Mujeres or the Arrecife National Park of Puerto Morelos, as well as on the beaches of Tulum.

Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve

This wonder of nature, located between the municipalities of Tulum and Felipe Carrillo Puerto, is the largest protected area in the Mexican Caribbean.

It occupies around 650 thousand hectares, within which you can find beaches, dunes, cenotes, coral reefs and even a tropical jungle with more than 300 species of birds and 100 animals.

Visitors can only access a part where human activities are allowed and to go on a tour, you can purchase it at a travel agency or at the Cancun airport.

We recommend you schedule it in advance as the places are counted and much requested.

Aktun Chen Natural Park

This park of protection and natural conservation seeks to protect a wide variety of animals and plants. But beyond its biodiversity, Aktun Chen is also a place of mysticism and adventure.

You can enter the cave to observe its impressive stalactites and columns while the guides give you a tour, jump off the zip line between the treetops, dive into the underground river that runs in the cave, or take a quiet walk along the paths from the park, while watching the spider monkeys, white-collar pacaries and tropical flowers.

Monkey Sanctuary


This sanctuary is a place where you can find a variety of primates such as the spider monkey, lemurs or capuchin monkeys and other rescued animals.

The advantage of this place is that you can be closer than ever to nature and if you are Mexican, you will receive a 20 percent discount at book online