Once in Tulum, there is still a question to clarify, how can l move from one place to another?

To move around the streets of downtown, you can do it walking or taking the public transportation, trucks that take you to different parts of town, but you can also take a taxi, the difference, plus the convenience give you the latest, is that the cost is a low, plus you would have to ask to what each area will therefore have their spaces delimited by the area they cover.

If you are in the hotel zone, you can rent a bicycle to explore the terrain and even enter and transit the Biosphere Reserve of Sian Ka'an, in fact once being within the reserve, you can hire the services of a boatman Punta Allen, which will take you to roam around, between mangroves and pristine beaches.

If coming by car, it will be easier to move to different parts of the town and the beach, however, we must say that Tulum is characterized by having a very good relationship with nature, in order to avoid the contamination it is common to see people from here transported by bicycle, and also find both in the center and in the hotel zone, various establishments engaged in income of these environmentally friendly vehicles.