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In Mexico?s Tulum you?ll find this perfect hip beach spot.

You want soft white sandy beaches? Check. You want great food and drinks all day long? Check. Romance? Check. Spend the night in a fabulous caba?a? Check. The Papaya Playa Project in Tulum has it all.

You should have seen our faces when entering our private just-a-few-steps-away-from-the-beach read more…

Destination: The Spell of Tulum

Just try to resist this rare mix of Italian style, yoga serenity and hippie chic found only on Mexico?s Riviera Maya

BY BARBARA PECK | PHOTOGRAPHY BY DAVID A. LAND

The castle, the largest structure at Tulum’s Maya ruins, sits just above the beach; a taco platter at ?Que Fresco!, the restaurant at read more…

WORTH GETTING OUT OF BED FOR

Hit the road to the UNESCO World Heritage site Sian Ka?an Biosphere reserve, a stretch of protected land lined with lagoons, beaches and a section of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System. Study the flora fauna with bilingual guides (+1 52 984 871 2202;www.siankaantours.org). Stop by the quaint fishing village of read more…

ARE YOU COMING TO TULUM? YOU SHOULDN’T MISS THESE FIVE PLACES!

Besides the beach, the cenotes and the Mayan jungle –if you’re feeling adventurous, there are five trendy places here in Tulum (galleries, restaurants and bars) that we want to talk you about. Whenever you come, you shouldn’t miss them!

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Tulum Ruinas Road Km. 5, read more…

 

White sand beaches of the ancient mayan ruins at Tulum and Coba

 

It?s hot for early November in Mexico, and I?m glad I?m wearing insect repellent as four of my favorite people and I enter the Zona Arqueologica de Cob?, the 50-square-mile remains of a city once home to at least 50,000 Mayans.

In the 15th read more…

tulum.

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when we first visited ten years ago, tulum was merely a sleepy beach outpost ? a smattering of rustic, bamboo huts lining the caribbean sea. things have certainly changed. tulum is now a fashionable, (yet still pretty low-key) bohemian getaway. long, white sandy beaches, eco-friendly, chic hotels, beachside yoga and that exquisite aqua-blue read more…

 

We spent three glorious days in the paradise that is Tulum, Mexico, and I am scheming ways to get us back there. Three days was definitely not enough, and as cheesy as it sounds, I feel like I left a little piece of myself there. It was just totally my kind of vibe and I read more…