TURTLE HEART VILLA
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TURTLE HEART VILLA

TURTLE HEART VILLA, a luxury beachfront villa on sandy, marine turtle nesting beach. Newly renovated September of 2016 we have even more to offer. There is now a kid's room with smart TV and separate A/C, there is also a gym with free weights and a bike on a trainer. All rooms have sea view! New curtains, furniture, new pool deck with grill, new paint inside and out etc...the villa is pristine.

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Hang Out on Playa Paraiso

The beaches of Tulum are the town’s main attraction for a reason, and the best of the bunch is Playa Paraiso. Once you see the beach’s white sand and turquoise water, you’ll understand why it has been a winner of TripAdvisor’s Traveler’s Choice award for the best beach in all of Mexico.

Best of all, Playa Paraiso is a publicly accessible beach, meaning a visit to this natural wonder is one of the great free things to do in Tulum. Or, if you want to spend a little cash, Villa Pescadores and El Paraiso beach clubs offer loungers for a minimum spend on drinks and food.

It’s an easy walk from here to the second best thing to do in Tulum…..

Marvel at the Tulum Ruins

They may not be the largest Mayan ruins in Mexico, but their spectacular location on a cliff overlooking the beach makes the Tulum ruins a marvelous site to behold. A visit here is a must from anywhere in the Yucatan, and it’s definitely one of the top things to do in Playa del Carmen as well.

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Take a Mud Bath in a Lagoon

One of the best kept secrets in Tulum is the Laguna de Kaan Luum, which sits just 9 kilometers south of Tulum town. This magical lagoon hosts a huge cenote (underground spring) in its center, which imbues the lagoon’s water with a spectacular array of colors.

Visit to the lagoon can bath in the mud that’s produced by the cenote, and which according to legend has healing properties. Plus, it’s reasonable entrance fee (50 pesos), makes it one of the great budget things to do in Tulum.