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December 7, 2019
Tulum, Mexico

Rebekah & Seth

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Things To Do in Tulum

The Wedding Website of Rebekah Geier and Seth Shapiro
We'd love to share a few of our favorite places and things to do in Tulum:
CENOTES

CENOTES

Cenotes, (pronounced ceh-NO-tays), are crystal clear, natural sinkholes in the earth with underground rivers. Cenote Ik Kil, Gran Cenote, Dos Ojos, Casa Cenote and Cenote Zacil-Ha to name a few. Cenote tours include many different activities, such as zip-lining, rappel, diving and scuba diving, as well as quieter experiences, such as swimming and exploring underground rivers.

TULUM RUINS

TULUM RUINS

These dramatic Mayan Ruins are situated on a 40-foot cliff overlooking the Caribbean Sea, about a 10 minute drive from downtown or the hotel zone. Visit early in the morning to avoid crowds and take a tour by one of the local guides to learn more about the history. And don't forget to bring a bathing suit, towels, and sandals because you will definitely want to visit Playa Paraiso afterwards to cool off in the ocean!

TULUM TOWN

TULUM TOWN

You can get a great feel of local life by walking around Tulum Town for just a couple of hours during the day. There are lots of local shops, authentic Mexican restaurants, banks to exchange money, and supermarkets. For groceries, toiletries, or other items, we recommend Super Chedraui, which is like a Mexican Walmart with ATMs, located at the intersection of the main road in Tulum Town and the road that leads to the hotel zone.

YOGA

YOGA

There is no shortage of yoga studios and classes in Tulum. Several hotels boast their own private yoga studios either with a view of the sea or the jungle. The bride's favorites are Sanara, Nomade, Azulik, Ahau, Yoga Shala, and Amansala.

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