Why go? Tulum, Mexico
Tulum's beaches appear to be in Neverland, with beautiful turquoise water and sand as fine as powdered sugar. However, this authentic Caribbean paradise provides a romantic getaway from the throngs of popular tourist destinations like Cancun and Cabo San Lucas. The town's laid-back atmosphere draws backpackers, eco-tourists, and celebrities looking for the ideal hammock and yoga fix on the beach. It is a well-known honeymoon destination, full of lovely beachfront hotels. Tulum's Mayan ruins are the true attraction, and getting up early is definitely justified even if you just want to laze around with a coconut in your hand under your cabana. In the scorching tropical heat, take in the rich history before cooling off in the water. Try your hand at paddle boarding, kitesurfing, or a 4x4 jungle drive for a little adventure.
Don't pass up the opportunity to go snorkelling and cave diving at a nearby cenote; these natural sinkholes are teeming with marine life, particularly turtles. You can choose from the boutique and inexpensive lodging options in town or treat yourself to a coastal hotel, perhaps with wellness or a green theme. No matter where you stay, renting a bike is a great way to move around and take advantage of Tulum's fantastic food scene, which offers a wide variety of vegetarian alternatives in addition to tacos, seafood, Italian, and Argentinian steaks. Following a few days of leisure, you may quickly travel to the magnificent Cobá ruins or the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, where you can swim with dolphins and take in the Mayan Riviera's breathtaking scenery.
When to go to Tulum, Mexico?
November and December bring the best weather
For the best of everything, come here around November or December, if it's safe to do so. You'll enjoy nice beach breezes, cooler weather, and a break from the crowds between January and March when hurricane season comes to an end. Having said that, hurricane season (Tulum's summer) means fewer visitors and reduced costs, so you might be able to treat yourself to that seaside cabana you've been fantasizing about.
Where to stay in Tulum, Mexico?
You may wake up to the Caribbean Sea lapping at your door and fall asleep to the glow of the moon in each of the opulent hotel rooms that open directly onto the beach. You can anticipate excellent food, service, and atmosphere. Since it is an adults-only establishment, we advise renting the rooftop jacuzzi room for a romantic weekend.
Beach views at The Beach Tulum, Mexico
These apartments (1 or 2 bedrooms) are roomy and furnished with everything you could need to feel at home, including free Netflix, and have nearly flawless review scores for their helpful staff and comfortable rooms. The rooftop's modest pool and great views are ideal for sipping on a drink at dusk before heading out. Many of the neighbourhood restaurants are close by, and the beach is only a short scooter or bike ride away.
The relaxing terrace at Azura Boutique Hotel, Mexico