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Opinion - Is Dreams Tulum too isolated??

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Hey girls! Well we thought we had it all figured out... DT has awesome prices for us right now, but now that we've been researching we have a little bit of a problem (maybe not?).

 

For those of you who have visited, is it really isolated? I mean are there things to do without traveling an hour or two away? I'm just worried my guests will be bored or that the ride from the airport will be too cumbersome! Thanks in advance!

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We didn't find it isolated. Playa del carmen was only about a 40min drive from Dreams and most of the excurtions were anywhere from 10 min to 45 min away. We actually loved that there wasn't a resort on either side of Dreams, made it much more intimate.

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We didn't find it isolated. Playa del carmen was only about a 40min drive from Dreams and most of the excurtions were anywhere from 10 min to 45 min away. We actually loved that there wasn't a resort on either side of Dreams, made it much more intimate.
That is a great advantage, not as loud and cramped probably. Congrats on just getting married... WOW! How exciting! I may be PMing you for some advice once I finally get this ball rolling....

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I've been to DT, and we loved it. It is kinda off on its own, but it was nice and private which we enjoyed. In my opinion, we didn't feel the need to leave the resort for anything, so it doesn't really matter how far away anything is.

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I have pics somewhere, I will try and find them for you. But we did not find the beach to be very rough? They had one of the best beaches we had seen(with Barcelo having the best one).

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Congrats! There is a lot to do in the Tulum/Playa area. When we went with our guests we had too much to do. Most guests got to Tulum and decided that all they wanted to do was sit on the beach

Hidden Worlds - zipline, snorkel in cenotes, skycycle

several cenotes that you can snorkel in for an afternoon

snorkel in Akumal/Soliman Bay

kayak or hike in Si'an Kaan

scuba dive

salsa lessons and dancing at La Zebra on Sunday nights

catamaran rides out of Akumal

tour Tulum ruins

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Congrats! There is a lot to do in the Tulum/Playa area. When we went with our guests we had too much to do. Most guests got to Tulum and decided that all they wanted to do was sit on the beach
Hidden Worlds - zipline, snorkel in cenotes, skycycle
several cenotes that you can snorkel in for an afternoon
snorkel in Akumal/Soliman Bay
kayak or hike in Si'an Kaan
scuba dive
salsa lessons and dancing at La Zebra on Sunday nights
catamaran rides out of Akumal
tour Tulum ruins
WOW! Thanks for the list... I am definitely going to add some of that to our web site!

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