Holy Week in Tulum: What can you do with your gay partner?
Easter vacations are just around the corner! We know you are anxious to leave all your worries aside and enjoy one of the most important vacation seasons of the year with your partner, so in this blog, we will tell you some things you can do in Tulum with your partner to live an extraordinary vacation.
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The best natural cenotes in Tulum.
The Yucatan Peninsula is famous for being an area with an abundance of subway rivers, water eyes, and cenotes with crystalline waters. In ancient times, these freshwater wells were sacred to the Mayan culture, as they were the site of multiple rituals, sacrifices, and other religious rites.
Currently, there are about 15 cenotes that are open to the public and are very close to Tulum, here is a list of the best cenotes to enjoy a refreshing day with your partner:
- Gran Cenote: With an excellent natural environment and just a few minutes from Tulum, this subway cenote is ideal for snorkeling, swimming in its cold crystal-clear waters, and connecting with nature.
- Zacil-Ha: This cenote is the ideal option to have a good time as a couple. Its incredible crystalline waters will leave you in awe as you discover the natural wealth that inhabits the interior of this beautiful cenote.
- Cenote Dos Ojos: Make your trip an unforgettable experience at Cenote Dos Ojos. Conditioned with light games, you will discover the treasures of the Mayan world that persist at the bottom of these subway caverns.
- Cenote Nicte-Ha: With an incredible family and peaceful atmosphere, this cenote is ideal to spend a delightful afternoon surrounded by nature.
Discover the Mayan world in the Ruins of Tulum.
Since ancient times, the city of “Zama”, as it was formerly known, was one of the most important strategic points of land and maritime trade of the Mayas thanks to its prestigious location off the coast of the Caribbean Sea.
Thanks to its location and the impressive conservation of its structures and mural paintings, the Tulum Archaeological Zone is one of the most emblematic and recognized of the entire Quintana Roo coast. Currently, this site is open to the public, has parking, a small shopping center near its facilities, and has all the facilities for people in wheelchairs.
A little less than 10 minutes drive from the town of Tulum, the Archaeological Zone is almost a must on your vacation. The entrance fee to this zone is 85 Mexican pesos from Monday to Saturday and on Sundays, the entrance is free for the national public.
Live the Gay Party in Tulum in the best bars and clubs.
On any vacation, you cannot miss the fun, much less in a season like Easter, in which the party is getting better and much wilder than the previous one. If what you want is to have fun with your partner and live what the nightlife of Tulum has for you, the bars and clubs in the area are ideal for you.
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Hotel Loba Tulum, is an oasis for men.
Hotel Loba Tulum, a hotel for men only, has everything you need to enjoy your Easter vacation like never before with your partner. Our amenities will make your adventure a more pleasant experience.