TULUM TRAVEL GUIDE
In 2019 we will be going to Tulum, Mexico after I finally graduate! Im seriously so excited! I am a major freak when it comes to traveling. I don’t just book a place and look for a hotel. I Pinterest, Instagram, Google EVERYTHING. I need to know where all the places to be are at or else I’m not going… I would have so much regret arriving back at home and seeing a pretty picture of where I just traveled to and not having been there. Therefore, brings you this blog post. I researched and instagrammed as much as I needed to satisfy my travel. Down below are all the beautiful hotels I have found, all the things to do and all the places you want to eat at. All of these places are “Instagrammable”. What is a vacation without the beautiful pictures, Am I right? All the places are linked! Just click on them and they will take you to their website. I’m sorry this post has no pictures, I want to keep my blog strictly with pictures I take. Once I travel to Tulum, I will take pictures and make another blog post of the places I visited. I will be staying at 4 of these hotels but I’ll keep that as a surprise.
To get to Tulum, Fly to Cancun and take a bus or rent a car to Tulum.
Take cash to be able to pay to enter the cenotes. They range from 5-15 US dollars.
Rent a bike and bike all over pueblo and the street where all the main hotels are at. (I still don’t know what these streets are called).
Azulik (The Famous Instagram Hotel)
Casa Pueblo Tulum (Located in Pueblo)
Aluna (Located in Pueblo)
Where to Grab a Drink
Casa Malca - Pablo Escobars Mansion
Art - IK Lab (Azulik Hotel)
Beauty Sanctuary - Ikal
Visit the Ruins - Take a bathing suit. Beach is open from 8am-5pm
Go to the Pueblo, don’t only stay along the beach.
Kin Toh (Azulik Hotel)
Tseen Ja (Azulik Hotel)
As I looked around for places to visit, Tulum is a beautiful place and has MANY restaurants, hotels, and activities. But these are the places I found more interesting. Im not saying that these are the ONLY places to visit while in Tulum.
I hope this post helps you if you’re thinking about traveling to Tulum. If you know any hidden gems in Tulum please comment below and let me know.