ARE TULUM RUINS OPEN?
LAST UPDATE: DEC 21ST 2020
Visiting Tulum ruins is one of the top things to do during your stay in Riviera Maya. Due to the pandemic of Coronavirus, all archeological sites of Mexico, including Tulum, closed end of March 2020.
As everywhere in the world, Mexico tourism closed down for a few months. Meanwhile the state of Quintana Roo, following the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTCC) recommendations, launched a reactivation plan to open tourism again following the Safe Travels protocols.
TULUM RUINS OPEN ED AGAIN ON SEPTEMBER 14TH
Mexico set up a color scheme system from Red, to Orange to Yellow and Green, based on the virus circulation, number of active cases, and hospitals capacity.
It was announced that Historic sites could open gradually again when we reach the Yellow flag. End of August, in the local press, it was mentioned that Tulum ruins would be part of the first archeological sites in Mexico to re-open to tourism.
INAH confirmed the re-opening of Tulum ruins on Sept 14th at 12pm.
- New opening hours: 8am to 3pm
- Individual groups of max 10 people or guided tours with 9 people maximum per guide
- Temperature check at the entrance with hand gel
- Face mask mandatory during the full visit.
- Physical distance to respect for the line entrance and while visiting the site.
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PRIVATE TOURS TO TULUM
Coming to Riviera Maya in the next weeks or months? For sure you can already book your private tour as Tulum ruins open very soon!
Taking a private tour has many advantages such as avoiding crowds, not sharing the transportation with other travelers, and getting the full private guided visit at your own pace!
Here below our private tours that include the visit of Tulum Mayan ruins. Don't hesitate to contact us for any questions, we will be happy to help you out planning your next trip to Riviera Maya! We are Safe Travels Certified and you can consult our sanitary measures here!