The Mexican Maya Riviera is currently in the Top 10 of the world’s most popular vacation destinations and it’s easy to see why. White beaches, the emerald-colored Caribbean sea and year-round warm weather explain why flights from all over the world are often fully packed. If the name “Riviera Maya” doesn’t ring a bell, the name of its capital definitely must: Cancun. For long, this was the only tourist hotspot of the region, but more and more visitors are finding their way to the more relaxed destinations further south of the coast.
Tulum, for example. About two decades ago, Tulum was a sleepy hippy village that mainly attracted low-budget backpackers trying to escape busy Cancun. Today, Tulum is fast becoming the most hip destination of the Maya coastline. Backpacker hostels are still plenty in Tulum but the variety of options has increased to rental apartments, beach bungalows and all-inclusive resorts. No matter what your favorite vacation looks like, you’ll find it in Tulum. For those like ourselves who prefer to spend their days with the least of clothes on, there’s is Intima Resort.
How to get to Intima Resort
The international airport of Cancun is the …