This city was also known as Zama -dawn- for being in one of the places where dawn first breaks in our country.

It was a privileged port mercantile community due to its location that actively participated as a redistributive site for local and foreign products that came from far away places such as Central America, the Pacific coasts, the Gulf and central Mexico, through maritime, river and land routes.

His daily life was related to politics, to magical-religious rituals, to the arts and astronomical observations, especially to the planet Venus -star in the morning and afternoon-, representative of Kukulkán -Quetzalcóatl-.

Its wall allowed to control the activities inside, in addition to safeguarding its residents, marking the difference between the elite and the common people who lived outside the wall.

Tulum was contemporary with Chichén Itzá and Mayapán, and with the fall of these states it was consolidated, giving way to its heyday.

Su ocaso se inicia al tiempo que los navegantes hispanos llegan a los litorales e islas, de allí en adelante seguirá una fusión cultural que prevalece hasta nuestros días.