El Tábano – Tulum

El Tábano is first on the list of many a foodie review of Tulum. So it was with some excitement that we ducked through the driftwood gate, into the open garden littered with tables and easing with well curated music. The short answer is that El Tábano has by far the best food in the area.


Chichen Itza – Yucatan

The Maya city of Chichen Itza was first settled in 750–900 AD and became one of the largest in the Yucatan, home to around 65,000 people.


Bless Juice Bar Tulum

Bless, just off the beach road in Tulum, Mexico is nicely integrated into the landspace. Specializes in healthy quick meals, such as quesadillas, sopa de lima and has a nice amount of vegetarian options.

+ divers in cenotes dos ojos tulum mexico

Cenote Dos Ojos – Quintana Roo

Yes, these are the photos of the underwater caves that you have marveled at in National Geographic come to life. The cenote Dos Ojos water cave system is one of the top 10 longest in the world with 28 known Cenote entrances and the deepest known cave in the region with a depth of 118 meters (396 feet)!