Tulum’s hand

Tulum’s hand

Our beautiful sea destination has become one of the most coveted  instagram-worthy corners of the world, and it’s artsy-yet-chic vibe is all the hype. And although you’ve been here several times, we’re sure there’s something you are yet to visit: Tulum’s giant watchtower hand. If you haven’t heard of it, it’s a 6-meter-high structure that was built with natural raw materials, and meant to represent connection to mother Earth and the jungle itself.

If you want to visit the giant hand of Tulum, there’s a few packages you can pay directly at Hun Tulum’s front desk:

The Hand Access: $30 per person
This is the simplest package, it gives you a 15-minute stay at La Mano and includes a drink at the Homu restaurant (inside the hotel). 

Jungle View: $298 for 2 people.
This package gives you 50 minutes at the location, and includes a bottle of wine or champagne.

Private dinner: $895 for 2 hours and for 2 people.
4-course menu designed exclusively for the couple, as well as romantic décor, a bottle of wine, and non-alcoholic beverages. 

Proposal: $1,400 for 2 people 
In addition to the private 4-course dinner, it includes decoration with a path of petals and candles to the gazebo, use of the gazebo for 2 hours, a bottle of champagne and other non-alcoholic beverages. 

Brunch: $490 for 2 people and 2 hours
This package also includes a 4-course menu, with mimosas and other non-alcoholic beverages.