Happy #WeddingWednesday from Dreams Resorts & Spas! This Wednesday, we’re so excited to share an incredible wedding special at Dreams Puerto Aventuras Resort & Spa! Weddings booked at Dreams Puetro Aventuras for the month of May can receive special discounts including 50% off a dance floor, decorative Chinese lanterns or a musical sound system to keep the party going all night long. The discount can only be applied to one decoration, so choose wisely!
Give the perfect gift of a luxury vacation this holiday season with our hot, exclusive Black Friday deals! With our 72-Hour Black Friday Sale, you will enjoy Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa, Dreams Sands Cancun, Dreams Sugar Bay St. Thomas and Dreams Villamagna Nuevo Vallarta starting at just $140 per person, per night!
But you’ll need to hurry to take advantage of these huge savings, because they’ll only be available for 72 hours!
Book your getaway now for travel between January 3, 2015, and April 10, 2015!
Hurry, sale ends Sunday!
Dreams Puerto Aventuras Resort & Spa is the ideal destination for your ultimate family vacation! From swimming with the dolphins to visiting the ancient pyramids of Tulum, there is something for everyone to love.
Underwater Adventures: You’ll create lifetime memories as you explore the underwater treasures along the Riviera Maya, Puerto Aventuras and Playa del Carmen coasts. Our award-winning Gold Palm Certified Diving Center offers scuba and snorkeling excursions for people of all skill levels giving you the opportunity to explore the world’s second largest reef with its colorful corals and stunning underwater world. Other water adventures include sailing, kayaking, windsurfing, water volleyball, jet skiing and so much more!
Swim with the Dolphins: Live out your dreams of swimming with adorable dolphins and manatees at our world-class Dolphin Dreams Dolphinarium, located on-site. Take advantage of this once in a lifetime experience to get up close and personal with these beautiful sea creatures. Touch them, talk to them, swim with them, or even kayak with them!
Tours and Excursions: There are amazing sights for the whole family minutes from the resort including a championship golf course, the ancient pyramids of Tulum, several eco-archaeological parks and an underground river. Learn about the Mayan culture and enjoy the breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea at the Tulum Mayan Ruins or visit Xel-Ha Eco-Aquatic Park/Archaeological Site for a day of aquatic adventure through lagoons and caves. The variety of tours and excursions offers an adventure for everyone to enjoy!
Are you ready to experience these adventures at Dreams Puerto Aventuras Resort & Spa? Book your stay today to experience the family vacation of a lifetime and contact us ahead of time at firstname.lastname@example.org or at the desk upon your arrival to set up your excursion!
Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa, one of our secluded beach-front resorts in the Riviera Maya, is surrounded by mesmerizing gardens and greenery, a sugary white-sand beach and the deep blue Caribbean Sea. With 432 elegantly appointed rooms & suites, nine gourmet international restaurants, seven festive bars & lounges, two shimmering swimming pools, endless daytime activities & nightly entertainment, and a Mayan-themed Explorer’s Club for kids – Dreams Tulum is the perfect getaway for you and your family!
The all-new Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa showcases newly redesigned rooms & suites with contemporary Mexican decor and luxurious new furnishings, along with various restaurants and bars that have been given a fresh new look. Beautiful swim-out room sections are also brand new, and a section of those rooms are now reserved for adults only!
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Happy Travel Tuesday from Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa! If you’re looking for a vacation full of adventure and relaxation, it’s time for you to Discover Tulum! This beautiful coastal town, just minutes away from the Caribbean Sea, truly has it all; from ancient Mayan ruins, to stunning natural jungle pools, to artisan shops featuring local handiwork, there’s something for everyone in Tulum. Help us spread the word! If you’re a fan of Tulum or would love to check it out yourself, share the photo below on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #TulumRocks!
If you’ve ever been to Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa, you know there’s plenty to do within the resort to keep a happy vacationer busy for weeks. However, for those interested in venturing out to do some exploring, the town of Tulum and surrounding areas have a whole lot to offer! We’ve rounded up our “Top 10 Reasons to Love Tulum” to get you started with some of the area’s popular attractions.
- Downtown Tulum: Visitors to Tulum should know there are truly three distinct areas all known as “Tulum” including the beach, the ruins and the town, known as Tulum Pueblo. In just a few years, Tulum Pueblo has grown from a little village to a thriving town that has increasingly grown to accommodate the needs of area tourists. Businesses and restaurants are diverse and create countless opportunities for exploration of this distinctly Mexican community. Whether you’re looking for a quick bite to eat, sit-down dinner, drinks and conversation or simply to browse the many shops featuring artisan and folk art, there’s something for everyone in Tulum Pueblo! Reach out to your concierge at Dreams Tulum to find out more about getting downtown and how you can make the best of a trip to Tulum Pueblo.
- Explore the cenotes: Cenotes are sinkholes in the jungle resulting from the erosion of limestone bedrock over millions of years, exposing the groundwater underneath. Cenotes were a frequent source of fresh water for ancient Mayans who also believed them to be portals to the underworld. Tulum is home to many cenotes that are open to the public for swimming, snorkeling diving and sunbathing. Contact your concierge to find out more about how you can explore these incredible natural wonders!
- Tulum Monkey Sanctuary: This privately-owned 60-acre ranch is home to many rescued Spider Monkeys thriving in a safe, natural habitat. Wild monkeys also frequently pass through the sanctuary on their feeding routes. The ranch is also home to white tail deer, horses, burros, ducks, iguanas and countless bird species, making it an exciting place to visit for animal-lovers of any age!
- Muyil Archaeological Site: Located on the western edge of the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, the Muyil site is home to six main structures. This site was one of the earliest and longest inhabited ancient Mayan sites on the eastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Muyil was part of a Caribbean trade route where commonly traded goods included jade, obsidian, chocolate, honey, feathers, chewing gum and salt.
- Chichen-Itza Mayan Ruins: If you’re looking for a truly memorable day-trip, the Chichen-Itza Mayan Ruins, named one of the New 7 Wonders of the World, is 75 miles from Dreams Tulum.
- Punta Laguna: Part of a nature reserve called Ma’ax Yetel Kooh, Punta Laguna is run by locals and any proceeds go directly to their benefit. Tourists may pay for guided tours or explore this reserve, known for its wild Spider and Howler monkeys, on their own.
- Flor de Michoacan: If you’re out and about exploring Tulum, this is the perfect refreshing pit stop, known for their ice cream pops and fresh-squeezed fruit juices.
- Unico: Ranked by TripAdvisor as one of the top five restaurants in Tulum, Unico is off the beaten path but known for its great wine selection, quality local ingredients and inspired menu.
- The Plastic Flamingo: This quirky new little gallery and shop, located off the road in a 1971 Airstream trailer, features locally created art and hand-made objects with a Mexican influence. The perfect place to find a one-of-a-kind souvenir that you’ll cherish for years to come.
- Mayan Ruins of Tulum: This stunning ancient city, perched on a cliff overlooking the beautiful Caribbean Sea, is one of the best-preserved coastal Mayan archaeological sites. Tulum was one of the last surviving Mayan cities, eventually falling due to diseases brought by Spanish settlers. Today the ruins are a must-see stop for any Tulum tourists.