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We got to Tulum in front of the hotel was the seaweed and it was not fun to swim the water was super warm and beautiful but too much grass in the water was annoying. Hope the problem can be solved. Don’t know how long...More
My visit to Tulum was to see what I was going to get for my New Year’s Eve trip. It is a very simple and small strip with lots of shops and restaurants. My visit was during the day so things did look a bit...More
First time in Tulum. Unfortunately the beach is covered in a really aggressive algae and the smell is pretty bad. There’s still so much to do however it is still quite expensive compared to the places I’ve traveled.
So frustrating, sad and disappointing seeing a lovely place devastated by the algae. Tulum is over! the Crystal clear waters from the pictures don’t exist anymore and probably will never be the same again. Is this the future of all Caribbean beaches? I saw some...More
I am aware that the government is trying to alleviate the problem for a while now but to me it seems that they are not trying hard enough. I heard that nets were places in some areas, in others they tried using a tiny filtering...More
Forget the white sand and light blue Caribbean Sea...now in Tulum is impossible to have bath in the sea...
The situation is very bad and if you want to have an holiday beach/sea this is not the place to come!
Furthermore, the resorts on the...More
If you visit Tulum, make sure you walk around this street. Daniel Popper art at a hotel entrance is amazing. Trying to make us aware of the connection between humans and nature. There is a restaurant with a cenote in the middle, try the shrimp...More
I am currently in Tulum, from what I have heard and seen most beaches are covered in seaweed. This is a problem in the entire region not just Tulum. This being said YES it is still worth it! Have a realistic expectation and... More
I am currently in Tulum, from what I have heard and seen most beaches are covered in seaweed. This is a problem in the entire region not just Tulum. This being said YES it is still worth it! Have a realistic expectation and be open to experiencing more then the beach. There are beautiful cenotes to swim, ruins to visit, and culture/food to eat. If it's just the beach and blue water your looking for go somewhere else. Others will enjoy the area with less crowds.
The fraud acticity is not just from Avis.... And the fraud itself is this: You rent a car, you do not take extensive pictures of the vehicle and when you return it, you are pressed for time, scared to miss your flight and... More
The fraud acticity is not just from Avis.... And the fraud itself is this: You rent a car, you do not take extensive pictures of the vehicle and when you return it, you are pressed for time, scared to miss your flight and boom, it takes one dishonest person sometimes 2 to make your day a living hell. I was once charged the whole cost of a fiat. Imagine 18000usd appearing on your credit card overnight ahah not fun but I solved the matter free of charge, I had an employee returning the vehicle 2 days later and they tried to say there was all this damage.
TAKE 2 ADVICES: PURCHASE THE TOP INSURANCE THAT COMES WITH THAT CAR FROM AVIS.
DO NOT BUY THIRD PARTY CAR INSURANCE BEFORE YOUR TRIP.
UNITED STATES OR CANADA THIRD PARTY INSURANCE MEANS YOU AREN'T DEALING WITH THE MEXICAN INSURANCES AND LAWS DIRECTLY!
It is worth to buy that super expensive insurance, my boss crashed a jeep into a palm tree(FREE). They do not look at the vehicle when you return it.