Evite las concurridas carreteras de playa y vea Tulum como lo hacen los lugareños: en bicicleta. Vaya por tranquilas carreteras y calles secundarias hasta las famosas ruinas mayas para explorar este importante sitio cultural con un guía experto. A continuación, vaya al centro para ver los murales pintados a mano, probar antojitos (aperitivos callejeros) y echar un vistazo a las tiendas de recuerdos. También hará una parada en una explotación apícola indígena.
My wife and I did the bike tour with Ivan. He was incredible! Knowledgeable on Tulum and a true world traveler speaks 4 languages! He's exactly the type of guide you want and need. Word of caution though, if you're not in ok shape, you might struggle through the bike ride. Its all flat ground, but you bike through the entirety of Tulum. You don't want to miss any part of it! Start in downtown, bike to the ruins, then to grab lunch at a hidden local spot spiciest tacos I've had in Mexico, on to a mayan temple, cemetery, bee keeper, and finally an amazing and clear Cenote. I still don't know how we packed so much into 5 hours. You have to do the entire thing. Don't give up on the bike ride! Lastly, Iguanas are basically lizard squirrels. Don't be a tourist snapping shots of squirrels.