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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…

Having just returned from Tulum yesterday, I have to say, it remains one of the most beautiful and peaceful places I’ve seen anywhere. Synchronicity expresses itself at every opportunity and the much-talked-about Mayan energy vortex draws a conscious and interwoven tribe from around the world. Did I mention it?s a 2 hour flight from Miami read more…

Want Claire?s entire guide to Tulum? Check out her?PDF!

My favorite part of Tulum was sitting on the beach reading and eating ceviche.? There?s lovely yoga studios, higher end restaurants, and engaging activities like the ruins or cents as well, but honestly, I liked just hanging out in the sun and walking around town the best.

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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…