Tulum, with its pristine beachfront temples set on a 39-feet-high cliff overlooking the ocean-facing the rising sun, makes it a wonder that your eyes must-see. This royal city was a very important center of commerce and a place of pilgrimage in the past. The first Mayan community reportedly sighted by the Spanish in the 16th century.
El Castillo is the most important building it commands a breathtaking view of the coastline. At one time it functioned as a lighthouse guiding ships through the reefs that lay offshore and use as a marker of the Spring and Autumn Equinox.
The ancient city of Zama (the dawn) as their habitats used to refer to Tulum possibly had housed 2000 people. Once it functioned as a trade center. It was the last Maya outposts left standing during their revolt against Mexican rule in the War of the Castes during the 1840s.
The Tulum National Park is a unique and peaceful road covered with trees where sometimes we can watch exotic birds from the region and once in a while facades from Hidden Hotels and restaurants, all this will take us to one of the most famous outstanding beaches which is Paradise Beach and Pancho Villa Camping. From the beach, we will be able to see some buildings of the ancient Archeological Site of Tulum, and then we will go in.
Enjoy the ancient Mayan city by the sea, beautiful views, and the incredible beach These ruins were used as calendar markers that are connected to the four cardinal points. At the end of the run, we will have a nice tequila tasting which is part of our traditional Mexican cuisine.
Important Information about the outfit:
- Wearing loose clothes while running will give you airflow to your skin.
- Good sunglasses and a visor are nice to have. Visors are nice because they shade your face and but still leave the top of your head open for airflow.
- Having a sweat towel can come in handy as you wipe the sweat off your face and keep it out of your eyes.
- Wearing dark color shorts, pants or leggings. Light color shorts, like gray or light blue, will make a funny looking wet mark on your shorts when the sweat runs down your body.