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Mexico / Yucatán Peninsula
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Ginger Hotel Tulum

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Ginger Hotel Tulum

3 star hotel
Calle Polar MZ5 Lote 9-1 Entre Satelite Y, Centauro, Centro, Tulum, 77780, Mexico
13 rooms
FREE Internet

Koox Diving

PADI 5 star dive center
Walking distance
Max 4 divers per guide

Package highlights

  • Artistic boutique hotel in Tulum, Mexico
  • Easy access to world-famous beaches
  • Surrounded by quality restaurants, bars and shops
  • Unique rooms featuring local artist's work
  • Explore cenotes, lagoons and animal life
  • Visit Mayan Ruins of Tulum, Coba and Chichen Itza

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Booking process


Once we receive your booking, we double check availability with the dive operator and reserve your spot


We usually get back to you within 24 hours to confirm that your booking is final


You then have 48 hours to take care of other travel arrangements. Your credit card will only be charged after that period

Payment & cancellation

Payment terms

  • Now: 0%
  • 48 hours after booking confirmation: 25%
  • 44 days before trip start: 100%

Cancellation fee

Free cancellation for 48h after confirmation

  • 5.0% of the total booking amount will be charged if you cancel more than 14 days prior to arrival
  • 35.0% will be charged if you cancel between 14 and 8 days prior to arrival
  • 100.0% will be charged if you cancel less than 8 days prior to arrival

Explore diving around the Ginger Hotel Tulum

Best dive sites in Yucatán Peninsula

Punta Cancun – This is a popular spot with divers and provides access to several dive sites and some healthy coral reefs. Located at the eastern end of Cancun's hotel zone, the reefs contain colorful coral formations and you can hang out with a diverse array of marine life, including barracuda, rays and sharks. Punta Nizuc – This site is famous for its snorkeling and diving, thanks to an offshore reef that is rife with abundant marine life. Depths average 10 m/30 ft and the great visibility makes this a spectacular spot where divers meet lobster, groupers, rays, sergeant majors and a host of other marine life. At Punta Nizuc art meets coral reef conservation and divers can visit a statue of a young girl lying in a coral garden. She’s part of an underwater museum, Museo Subacuático de Arte, that’s well worth exploring. Playa del Carmen, Akumal and Tulum – South of Cancun, Playa del Carmen is a bustling town with a European vibe. Akumal and Tulum are seaside villages that offer a glimpse into the Yucatan of yesterday. Generally, the dive sites here are shallow with excellent visibility, and boat rides are as short as five minutes. You’re likely to see turtles, barracuda, stingrays, lobsters and nurse sharks. Pared Verde – Sloping rivers of sand divide sections of the wall which is well populated with coral, sponges and myriad macro invertebrates. Depths to 40 m/130 ft are possible and the currents can be strong. Larger pelagic species are frequently seen here, given the reef’s location in the middle of a sandy plain. Cenotes – If you want to try something truly special, dive a cenote. These deep, freshwater-filled sinkholes formed when the roofs of limestone caverns collapsed and filled with water. The Yucatan’s elaborate cenotes have intricate cave systems and underground tunnels that draw divers from around the globe. Many cenotes boast pristine turquoise waters and a beautiful array of stalagmites and stalactites formed over millions of years.
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Snorkeling in Yucatán Peninsula

Non-divers will find plenty of reasons to enter the water in the Yucatan Peninsula. From shore, you’ll be able to access the region’s best reefs and even take a dip in a cenote. If you happen to be in the area from June to September, make sure to take a day trip to Isla Mujeres to snorkel with whale sharks. There are also trips to the deep sea for snorkeling with sailfish for something a little different.

What to see

Dolphins and sharks patrol the deeper waters, while stunning colorful fish hang out by the reefs. You will see eels and lobsters near overhangs, as well as plenty of eagle rays gliding through the shallows. If you dive in the mangroves you may even run across a manatee!

One of the major attractions to the underwater world of the Riviera Maya are the bull sharks that are attracted to the area’s crystalline waters between November and March. There’s also a chance of spotting green turtles, loggerhead turtles, whale sharks and sailfish during their respective migrations.

Dive Center


  • This dive center is in the heart of all the action, close to Cozumel Marine Park, caves and the mystical cenotes
  • Experience diving with bull sharks or go in search of crocodiles at night
  • Tec, deep sea and cave diving courses are available, and the conditions are also great for beginner-level divers
  • Dives are done from two spacious boats and there are six full-time instructors on hand


Koox Diving is an established PADI Dive Center in Tulum, Mexico. 

This is a fantastic destination for adventurous divers looking for variety and excitement on their dive vacation. Explore the mystical cenotes, caves and Cozumel Marine Park, or embark on a dive with bull sharks. Don't miss the unique chance to go night diving with crocodiles.

For those looking to continue their education, Koox Diving offers Tec and deep sea training, alongside cave diving courses. The calm, colorful waters around Tulum are great for beginner divers too, making this a great choice for groups of varying ability. 


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PADI membership level

  • Padi Dive Center
  • Padi 5 Star Dive Center

Resort Amenities


  • Cultural Excursions
  • Dvd Library
  • Book Swap/Library

Great for families

  • Board Games
  • Kids Pool


  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • Cash (Usd)
  • Cash (Local Currency)


  • Restaurant
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Swimming Pool(S)
  • Garden

Amenities & services

  • Wi-Fi (Free)
  • Air-Conditioning

Food & drink

  • A La Carte
  • Alcohol
  • Vegetarian Food
  • Gluten Free Food

Sports & Watersports

  • Cycling

Resort Description

Ginger Hotel is centrally-located in the Caribbean beach town of Tulum, Mexico.

Ginger Hotel is within a 2 minute walk of the main taxi stand, numerous great restaurants and bars, local artisan shops and art dealers, plus the best taco and tamale stands in town. All rooms in this family-owned hotel are uniquely designed and feature the work of local artists. 

During your stay, pay a visit to the world-famous white beaches and explore the Riviera Maya with its hauntingly beautiful cenotes, lagoons and animal life. For history lovers, Tulum is within easy reach of various ancient ruins incluing The Tulum, Cobá, and Chichen Itzá.

How to get there


  • The best airport to fly into is Cancun. 
  • Directions by car/taxi: Ginger Hotel is located on Polar Street, between Satellite Avenues and Centauro. It is located between the Hotel Addy and the Federal Electricity Commission. If you arrive from Playa del Carmen, you will pass the traffic light where you will find 7-11 and San Francisco de Asís; stay straight At the next traffic light, you will see a Pemex on the right and a Scotiabank on the left. Turn right, take the second left and twice more to the left (they are simple streets). There we are! 
  • By bus: The airport buses go from Cancun to Playa del Carmen, most of the time you will need to change buses in Playa del Carmen to get to Tulum. Alternatively, you can catch a public bus at the main bus terminal in Tulum. 
  • By shuttle: Another alternative is to take the collective transport van on the main avenue in the direction of Playa del Carmen and transfer once in the direction of Cancun Airport.
  • Don't forget to download your map from www.tulumfreemaps.com
  • Check in time is 3pm. 


  • Check out time is 11am. 
  • Upon check out, the resort will assist you in calling a taxi to take you back to the airport.
  • Alternatively, you can catch a public bus at the main Tulum bus terminal.


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