Tulum, or “walled city”, was a port city. It sits on a cliff in one of the most beautiful spots of the Riviera Maya. The area includes large beaches, hundreds of cenotes, and vast untouched wild areas. Ecotourism is not only a low-impact activity regarding the environment, but also an activity that can have a high impact on the individuals that have the privilege of visiting these places.
About Sian Ka’an Reserve
Sian Ka'an ("Origin of the Sky") is a protected natural area that covers 528,147 hectares and is a Unesco World Heritage Site. Located only a few kilometers from Tulum, In pre-Hispanic times, it was governed by the Mayan tribes of Cohuah and Uyamil. These ruins can be visited during the tour of the canals that criss-cross this idyllic place.
About the Coral Reef
Tulum is part of the Mesoamerican Reef System, which extends over about 1000 km along the Caribbean coasts of Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, and Honduras. It is the largest coral reef in the western hemisphere and the second-largest in the world, after the Great Barrier Reef of Australia. With more than 65 species of rock corals, 350 species of molluscs, and over 500 fish species, the Mesoamerican Reef is a natural refuge for protected and endangered species.
Guide: Cenotes of Tulum
A cenote (from the Maya "ts'ono'ot" or cavern with water) is a cavern that was inundated as a result of the caving in of the roof of one or several caves. Subterranean waters gather in cenotes and form a sinkhole. Learn More >
Where are we?
Our Dive Shop is located in Tulum, Mexico.