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On our last visit, we stayed at Secret Garden as we were looking to have a more authentic experience in Tulum and we're very happy with our choice! We found our accommodations to be clean and comfortable, offering thoughtful touches to make you feel at...More
Very welcoming staff. Beautiful jungle-ish setting! Loved sitting outside in the ample cush seating and even reading in the hammock. It was really peaceful and relaxing. They have fresh clean water available for drinking, and fresh fruit in the mornings. Also right around around the...More
"Welcome Home" is how we were greeted at Secret Garden. It's how we were treated while we stayed too. Plenty of good recommendations and advice. Really nice, clean and safe accom with a great and quiet location, just up the road from the best tacos...More
This was such a nice little hotel, tucked away in an off-the-beaten track area of Tulum. The restaurants nearby are really cheap and authentic (unlike some other parts of Tulum), and the hotel managers are super friendly and helpful.
My husband and I wanted to stay in town so we could check out some local eats, sight, and sounds, and culture in addition to the beach. We chose well. The hotel is extremely well located and the garden is beautiful and so peaceful. Joshua...More
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We have alot of tours available to diferent places, to Chichen Itza and Cenote Ik-Kil we have two options, the economic one have a price of 57usd and the small group tour have a... More
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We have alot of tours available to diferent places, to Chichen Itza and Cenote Ik-Kil we have two options, the economic one have a price of 57usd and the small group tour have a price of 135usd.
The fastest way to come to Tulum is a private shuttle the price is 110usd and only takes 1.5 hours.
The cheapest way to come to Tulum is by bus, you will need to take one to Playa del Carmen first then another one to Tulum, this will cost 35usd (aprox) and takes around of 3 hours.
Also renting a car at the airport is not a bad idea, te prices are around 40usd.
If you have any other question, please feel free to ask, I am happy to help you.