There is no airport in Tulum. The closest international airport is Cancun (CUN). This is where everyone flies into and then transfers to Tulum🤙🏼 It’s about an hour and half drive to Tulum from Cancun.
I’m going to place links to the restaurants and activities we did. When you see an Orange link over an image or a hyper link in the text, make sure to click it for the full information.
“RosaNegra® is a space that exudes freedom, a tribute to Latin American cuisine. Our eclectic menu includes gastronomic traditions from countries like Peru, Argentina, Colombia, Brazil and Mexico, showcasing authentic and daring flavors.”
It doesn’t matter which place you choose￼￼ since they share the same venue. Your decision should be based on the food you want to eat, either Japanese or Latin American. Both a great option￼￼s with an awesome vibe!
We chartered a Yacht for half a day, so worth it. They drove us to two spots, anchored the boat so we could snorkel at the reef, paddle board, jet ski and swim to a private beach. Highly recommend using The Yacht Experiences for your boat activities when in Tulum!
Continue to the next page for more pics of our day.
We rented a Villa 20 minutes from the Tulum Strip. It was a gorgeous house which I’ll show you guys soon. If I were to come back with my wife or a smaller group, I think Azulik would be the right choice. We came here for the day and was blown away by the service, design, architecture and food. The private beach was also a major vibe. If you don’t end up staying there, I recommend going at some point on your trip.
"LIVE A LITTLE,
BE A GYPSY,
We architect, design, develop and operate
unique, transportive hospitality experiences.
Born in Tulum and traveling the world,
connecting and giving back to our community,
on a mission to surprise and delight.
Jungle Restaurant & Mezcal Bar
Beach Resort, Bar & Grill
GITANO Garden of Love
Seasonal Restaurant & Bar
Located inside Casa Faena