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The beach south of the ruins is fantastic, we got married there. You can also get there from Tulum by taking the road to the beach and turning left. If you turn right on the beach road and go south towards Punta Allen there are many, many hidden beaches and interesting spots. Apparently there is a hidden cenote that is open to all, but I haven't tried it yet. A local guide will help immensely and the drive would be worth it.

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Originally Posted by iluckie View Post

 

I will revel my secrets :), here you have a list of TTD amazing places I have been in and did trashed the dress:

 

Hidden Worlds - fav

Xcaret

Xel-ha - Fav

Cenote Car Wash 

Gran Cenote

cenote Nohoch nachich - Fav

Cenote Calavera

Cenote Cristal

Cenote Escondido

Cenote Azul

Cenote Cristalino

 

tulum ruins which need a special permit from INH Mexico

 

Good luck!!

Ivan

 

Ivan!! You are simple the best!! Thank you so much for sharing!! I've seen some of your work from other brides on here and it's stunning! Someone on another thread mentioned you now have to have a permit for shooting on the beach? Something about commercial use on government property? Any advice on how we can obtain one?

 

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Ivan!! You are simple the best!! Thank you so much for sharing!! I've seen some of your work from other brides on here and it's stunning! Someone on another thread mentioned you now have to have a permit for shooting on the beach? Something about commercial use on government property? Any advice on how we can obtain one?

 

 

It is supposed to be all around Mexico, but In Playa del Carmen Federal Supervisors are taking special care on this issue, this is all a photographer matter, so your photographer have to get this permit in order to be allowed to shoot in Playa del Carmen beach, if he got caught he/she may be ticket and if he get caught twice, he/she may be arrested.

 

Good luck!

Ivan

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It is supposed to be all around Mexico, but In Playa del Carmen Federal Supervisors are taking special care on this issue, this is all a photographer matter, so your photographer have to get this permit in order to be allowed to shoot in Playa del Carmen beach, if he got caught he/she may be ticket and if he get caught twice, he/she may be arrested.

 

Good luck!

Ivan

 

OMG!!! I did not know that. Thanks for sharing. Do you how we can apply for one? We're from Texas and not familiar with these legal matters. A link or site?

 

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OMG!!! I did not know that. Thanks for sharing. Do you how we can apply for one? We're from Texas and not familiar with these legal matters. A link or site?

 

 

I repeat, this is for photographers, the photographer has to go to the local goverment building and ask for it.

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I repeat, this is for photographers, the photographer has to go to the local goverment building and ask for it.

Of course! I meant we were just helping our photographer out by finding out the info for him. Thanks for the heads up!!

 

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Ivan, I asked my photographer about shooting our ttd at the tulum ruins and he said he looked into it and it is not allowed??? Is this true? Or is there a way to be able to have a photo shoot on the ruins?? My fiance and i are really interested in having our pictures there!!

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He ay be allowed, but the permit, if you are lucky, takes around 3 months, but in many cases they do not answer at your request, but to be honest, let say that we are not allowed to shoot in the ruins because it is an impresive follow up work
 

Originally Posted by Ashleyciv View Post

Ivan, I asked my photographer about shooting our ttd at the tulum ruins and he said he looked into it and it is not allowed??? Is this true? Or is there a way to be able to have a photo shoot on the ruins?? My fiance and i are really interested in having our pictures there!!



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In Tulum there are tons of fantastic place for shoot the TTD
A lot of brides utilize the cenotes and the beaches in the area for TTD pics.
Of course the beaches and the cenotes are fantastic but also in the neighborhoods is realy amazing!
You can see some examples here:

 

http://www.fineartstudioblog.com/tulum-town-and-cenote-dos-ojos-trash-the-dress/

 

http://www.fineartstudioblog.com/amazing-tulum-town-and-cenote-trash-the-dress/

 

http://www.fineartstudioblog.com/trash-the-dress-victoria-michael-tulum/

 

Good luck!

 

Fabrizio

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Wow these are amazing pictures!! Thanks!! I def think im going to think about getting some ttd done in a neighborhood!! I love this!!!

 

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Originally Posted by FineArtStudio View Post

In Tulum there are tons of fantastic place for shoot the TTD
A lot of brides utilize the cenotes and the beaches in the area for TTD pics.
Of course the beaches and the cenotes are fantastic but also in the neighborhoods is realy amazing!
You can see some examples here:

 

http://www.fineartstudioblog.com/tulum-town-and-cenote-dos-ojos-trash-the-dress/

 

http://www.fineartstudioblog.com/amazing-tulum-town-and-cenote-trash-the-dress/

 

http://www.fineartstudioblog.com/trash-the-dress-victoria-michael-tulum/

 

Good luck!

 

Fabrizio



 

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