Tulum, Mexico has the best cenotes, and some incredible Coba Ruins, which are one of the few Mayan ruins that you can still walk on.
We recommend swimming in the Cenote Chu-Ha and Cenote Tankach-Ha, after visiting the Coba Ruins, right when they open at 8am.
Mayan Ruins: Coba Ruins
Cenotes visited (in order): Cenote Chu-Ha & Cenote Tankach-Ha
Dinner restaurant: Taqueria El Paisa
Batey Mojitos: https://www.tripadvisor.ca/Attraction_Review-g150813-d3492920-Reviews-Batey_Mojito_Guarapo_Bar-Tulum_Yucatan_Peninsula.html
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Previous videos from the Mexico Vlog Series:
Playa Del Carmen – Day 1: https://bit.ly/2KNNRKd
Playa Del Carmen – Day 2: https://bit.ly/2GIXkjy
The Hidden Paradise Beach on the way to Tulum: https://bit.ly/2s39Q94
Coba Ruins and Tulum Cenotes: https://bit.ly/2IHj2WW
Tulum Nature Reserve: https://bit.ly/2knpN5H
Tulum Ruins & Raw Love: https://bit.ly/2LqpKCE
Music: Summer Time by Jarico
As always, thanks for watching, and I hope our vlog has helped guide your trip.