From lazing your day away on picture perfect beach surroundings to exploring the jungle and its hidden wonders, Tulum and its surrounding area provides a multitude of activities. Stretch into your day with a private yoga class, or ease into a long, relaxing massage next to the shimmering turquoise Caribbean Sea.  Immerse yourself in the flavors of the many vibrant cuisines that Tulum's restaurants have to offer. Dance the night away under the stars with some of the many world class live bands and DJ dance parties that Tulum is now known for. Experience the adventure of cave diving, cenote or reef snorkeling, kayaking in the Sian Ka'an biosphere or kite boarding with the wind at your back. Delve into mysticism of the Mayan ruins and Mexican culture or be astounded by the rich diversity of bird and other wildlife. Whatever your passion, Tulum will be sure to please…


- Pristine Beachfront
- Massage and Yoga 
- Swimming / Bicycles
- Exploring the reefs
- Enjoying the Pelican activity
 Massage & Yoga:
Relax and rejuvenate with a massage or body treatment in your room or on the beach. Choose from Reflexology, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Holistic, Mango Tango Body Exfoliation, Mayan Clay massage and more!  We have yoga mats availalbe for our guests for practicing yoga on the upper terrace or we can arrange a private yoga instructor to visit you or book a class at one of the many near by yoga centers.

Turtle Season (May to October):
 It is not uncommon to see female turtles make their way to the sand and dig nests with their flippers to lay their eggs during the night. After approximately 90 days nesting, the baby turtles hatch and make their journey back to the sea. We encourage our guests to follow the guidelines for experiencing these majestic protected species without disturbing them.


Tulum’s reef is a great way to spend an afternoon snorkeling. Situated less than a kilometer away from the beach, it is a quick swim or kayak away.  If you prefer to be taken to the reef by boat, our concierge can easily arrange snorkeling tours for you. Expect to see tropical fish, turtles, pretty-colored coral and the occasional sheepish looking lobster. 


You don't need to go too far to discover the riches of the area. The Tulum beach village is just a few minutes walk from the house, where you will find Mexican souvineers, boutique clothing stores, jewelry and restaurants for you to explore. Walking Distance:
- Local Quality Restaurants and Nightlife
- Dive Tours
- Boutique Artisan, Gift and Clothing Stores
- Yoga & Day Spa Services
- Kiteboarding Lessons


Extreme Control kite boarding and paddle boarding school has been the first professional kite school in Tulum operating since 2004 and offering top quality service to students from all over the globe. Their team of instructors are expert kite boarders, IKO Certified and multilingual with over 5 years experience teaching and riding. They use a unique teaching method concentrating on safety and kite control so that you have a solid and safe foundation as you continue through the sport of kite boarding.

Dive into Tulum’s crystalline waters and explore the offshore reef or slip into the depths of a subterranean cenote for a magical cave diving tour.
Whether an absolute beginner or an experienced diver looking for a diving adventure, we can arrange lessons or personalized tours with Tulum’s most reputable instructors


Tulum pueblo (town centre) is a quick 6km drive from the beach house, and easily accesable by taxi if you don't have a car.  Here you will find a small lively town with a main avenue lined with boutiques, restaurants, cafes, several bars, and all of your basic necessities. A Short Drive:
- Restaurants and Night Life
- Tulum Ruins
- Sian Ka'an Biosphere
- Local Cenotes
- Supermarkets
- Gas Station
- Doctor and Hospital
- Banks and Currency Exchange
- Local Gym

Restaurants & Night Life
Exotic spicy and delicious, Mezzanine’s authentic Thai restaurant will leave your tastebuds dancing. Celebrity Thai Chef Dim Geefay has brought the tantalizing flavors of her country to our Mezzanine kitchen, serving up a traditional mix of fragrant Thai curries, crisp and tangy salads made with herbs grown in their garden, fresh seafood delicacies and of course the classic Pad Thai tasting just as it does from the streets of Bangkok. Also serving the best café style breakfast menu in Tulum and for those wanting a local flavor a casual beach cuisine menu served with true Mexican flair.

Sip on locally inspired, signature cocktails, shaken, stirred and muddled by our talented team of Cantinero’s.

La Zebra

Experience truly authentic fresh local cuisine at Lina’s Mexican Cantina, where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner overlooking the sapphire blue Caribbean Sea. A soaring open-beam palapa roof, gentle breezes, and casual-chic ambiance transport you to tropical paradise for every meal.

Using only the finest local ingredients, including local seafood caught daily, abundant fresh local fruits and vegetables, and herbs from their local organic herb garden. From homemade granola, omelets, and fruits to ceviche, steak, salads, and savory authentic Mexican dishes, everything is made with the utmost care and served in generous portions. Everyone who visits La Zebra loves the bar and lounge, where you can stretch out under a coco palm with the sand between your toes and one of their famous mojitos in hand. 

Each Sunday brush up on your moves with a free salsa lesson. Then as night falls and the band begins to play,  dance beneath the stars to live salsa music even the locals can’t resist.


Tulum Ruins

The ancient beachside ruins of Tulum perch on cliffs overlooking the sea with a white sand beach nestled at the foot of the crumbled buildings known as the “Walled City”. While they aren’t the biggest in the Mayan Riviera their pure energy attracts many spiritual seekers who revel in the unity of age-old tumble-down stone structures and powerful natural surroundings.


The Yucatan is spotted with underground sinkholes formed by water percolating through the soft limestone of the region, resulting in delightful snorkeling and diving explorations in the numerous area cenotes, some deep and mysterious and others much like swimming ponds frequented by locals.

Cenote Cristal

Swim and snorkel at this small pond-like cenote surrounded by jungle just 4 km south of Tulum on the right.

Cenote Escondido

A 2 km jungle path leads to the beautiful, secluded Esconido, found 4 km south of Tulum on the left side surrounded by dense foliage. Some great stone formations afford good scuba conditions. One of the least known cenotes in the area.

Grand Cenote

Located 5 km from Tulum on the road to Coba, this huge cenote has steps that lead to a semi-circle shaped cenote with several small passages, caverns and tree roots stretching from the opening down to the water. This cenote features a bowl shaped deep end and a covered shallow end that retreats into a cave, and is famed for clear waters and near perfect visibility. 


If you can manage to take yourself away from the specuatular beach and venture out, you will be greatly rewarded!  Experience the most blissful way to see the beauty and wildlife of the Sian Ka’an biosphere with a serene lagoon kayaking tour, history buffs journey to the heart of the Mayan kingdom at the ruins of Chichen Itza and Coba.

Half Day Trips or Longer:
- Coba Ruins
- Ek Balam Ruins
- Chichen Itza Ruins
- Coastal Village of Akumal
- Coastal City of Playa Del Carmen
- Colonial Town of Valladolid
- City of Merida
- Swimming with The Wale Sharks
- Fly Fishing or Deep Sea Fishing


The acient Mayan city of Coba - perhaps the largest city in the Mayan world - that once housed as many as 50,000 people a millennium ago lies 42 km to the west of Tulum.  These ruins house a perfectly preserved ball court, stunning pyramid and excellent pathways that marked where the ancient world's first highways constructed by the Mayans for trade and political interaction some 1,300 years ago.  Follow the Boca Paila that leads back toward Tulum, cross over the main highway 307 and contunue folowing the signs to Coba.

Chichén Itzá

Chichén Itzá, now one of the new Seven Wonders of the World, is an exceptional fusion of three different periods with two main styles: the Mayan and the Toltec influence. Its cenote (cenote Sagrado), at a depth of 15 metres, has been said to contain almost 170 skeletons. It also hosts the largest ball court in the Mayan Kingdom, measuring 185 meters long and 68 meters wide. One of the most frequented archaeological sites in the Yucatan, Chichén Itza was once a great city whose oldest remains date back to the classic Maya Period (7th to 10th centuries A.D.) and now features about 30 excavated ruins open to the public. The ruins are approximately 3 hours drive from Tulum toward Merida.


For more tips in and around Tulum please contact Jiri Filipek, our property manager