In Tulum, the tourist district is to the south on the road to the biosphere reserve (Sian Ka’an). Heavily eco-conscious, several cute boutique hotels and seaside cabanas have no running and electricity after midnight. Perfect for a romantic get away. Along the 307 seems to be your best chance for retail and food. to the north on the road to Coba is the area most of the workers and staff stay.
Like the rest of the Caribbean, the hurricane season is from June to November. Although it seems like there is no low season to this tropical Paradise the rainy season is from June to October. They have a semi-tropical climate (hot and muggy) The average temperature is between 20-35°C with high humidity (usually over 85%). With an average ocean temperature of around 25°C and an average 240 days of sunshine/year.
The ruins are the main attraction here other than the beaches and sea. Taking a short trip to Sian Ka’an Biosphere is a great day trip. The reserve boasts acres and acres of pristine mangroves and wetlands. Perfect for the photographer in you to capture beautiful landscapes, animals, and sunsets. If traveling to Sian Ka’an on a side street adventure. Just a little past the info center stop in the dirt lot on the left and barter a tour from one of the fishermen that dock there. For about $20 USD and a bottle or two of coke, or beer they will be thrilled to take you on a 1-2 hour boat tour through the wetlands just about any time of day