Things to do
Tulum Beachfront Vacation Rentals on Beautiful Soliman Bay
In Soliman Bay
The Pristine Waters of Soliman Bay, in the heart of the Mayan Riviera, provides fabulous snorkeling opportunities for all ages and levels of experience. Protected by the second largest reef in the world, the waters of Soliman Bay are calmer than the open ocean and relatively shallow. A wide variety of corals and sea life grace these waters with their bright colors and textures. Swimming out to the reef is a great workout, or if you prefer you can take the kayak, tie off to a buoy, and enter the grand elk and stag horn corals. Closer in, and past the sea grass, (a very important part of the ecosystem) are many a little oasis of brain and other corals, perfect for kids or those who prefer to stay closer to land.
• Kayaks and Paddle boards - (provided for guests)
• Beach combing
• Bird watching
• Relaxing in a hammock on the beach
Massage by Lucia - Lucia Perrotta, a certified physical therapist & massage therapist since 1989. She has studied all over the world and practices many different techniques to incorporate a healing and relaxing massage . There is nothing quite like a massage on the beach or in your room with Lucia, the perfect way to start your vacation. Email Lucia to arrange your massage at email@example.com
Nearby Soliman Bay
Mayan Ruins - The extraordinary Ruins of Tulum are just 10 minutes away from Nah Uxibal and Coba and Chichen Itza are both easy to reach. These amazing sites are not to be missed.
Tulum Ruins • Coba Ruins • Chichen Itza
Scuba Diving, Cave Diving, Boat Excursions, and Fishing - See the wonders of the underwater world while diving along the worlds 2nd largest reef or cave dive in a nearby cenote. Become certified or take a resort course for half a day and dive during your vacation.
Akumal dive shop
Calypso Dive Center
Dos Ojos Cenotes
Maya Dive Center
Riviera Adventours - One of the best tour companies in the area. Virginia is also the owner of Oscar Y Lalos restaurant just at the highway from Nah Uxibal which is a favorite place to eat nearby. You may book a tour online or go in for dinner and meet her in person as well. She has wonderful tours and will also customize to fit your needs. We recommend the Whale Shark tour available June through Sept, amazing!
Riviera Adventours website
Dos Ojos cenotes- Just across the highway from Nah Uxibal, easy to get to with nice tours for the whole family. Discover the soft pure waters of the cenotes that dot the surface of the Yucatan Peninsula. These waters stay a refreshing 75 degrees year round and are a part of one of the largest underground river systems in the world.
Dos Ojos means “two eyes”.
Dos Ojos Website
Biosphere of Sian Ka'an - "where the sky is born" in Mayan - is a national reserve in the heart of Quintana Roo's golden coastline in Tulum. Birdwatching, Fly Fishing, Nature tours available at
Sian Kaan Tours
Xcaret Family Eco-Park -Is about 30 minutes north of Nah Uxibal and has something for everyone. This water park is a favorite providing education as well as entertainment. Be sure to see the evening show, it is amazing and well worth the price of admission by itself.
Xel-Ha Eco-Park - Spend a day snorkeling, watching animal shows, swimming with dolphins or floating down a fresh water river to the sea. Xel-Ha is a great park for families, there is something for everyone. Just 4 kilometers north of us.
Caves of Aktun Chen - Discover the underground world of the ancient Maya, pure waters, stalagmites and stalactites thousands of years old, then see the animals that live in the jungle around you. Or if you prefer, take a Horseback Ride through the jungle to an Ancient Mayan Ceremonial Cave. Aktun Chen is located just 10 minutes north of Nah Uxibal
Aktun Chen website - in between Akumal & Tulum
Cenotes - Discover the soft pure waters of the plentiful cenotes that dot the surface of the Yucatan Peninsula. These waters stay a refreshing 75 degrees year round and are a part of one of the largest underground river systems in the world. Cenotes vary greatly, you will find some in caves while others are just on the surface. You will see signs for them everywhere so stop and check them out. Going for a dip will refresh and enliven you!