Jade's Magickal Adventures The Complete Tulum Mexico Guide

Updated: Aug 2




Why travel to Tulum, Mexico for your next Adventure?


Tulum is one of Mexico's most popular tourist destinations for a reason.


Its magical combination of turquoise waters, white sand beaches, and lush jungle foliage make it a truly unique place to visit.


Whether you're looking to relax on the beach, explore ancient ruins, or shop for handmade arts and crafts, Tulum has something for everyone.


So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and head to Tulum for your next adventure!



Nestled on the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, Tulum Mexico is rich in history.

The ancient Maya civilization once thrived in this region, and the ruins of their cities can still be seen today. Visitors to Tulum can explore the remains of the Maya city that once stood here, and learn about the culture and history of these fascinating people. Mayan people were very skilled at astronomy and predicting planetary cycles. They were also experts in mathematics and created one of the most sophisticated calendar systems in the world. Historically, the Tulum Mexico area was once a thriving hub of activity. Visitors from all over flocked to the beautiful beaches and shops. Today, the area is still a popular destination, but its charms come from its rich history.


Tulum Mexico: What you need to Know before you go!


1. Tulum Mexico Currency is the Mexican Peso

2. Airport: Cancun International Airport (Must get ground transportation to Tulum)

3. Tulum, Mexico is in the Eastern Standard Time Zone

4. Language: Spanish, Some locals still speak Maya, and English is spoken regularly. Although many people speak Spanish, you'll often hear English spoken by tourists since it's such a popular spot for Americans looking for vacation rentals or food.

5. Be mindful of seaweed season on the beaches ( Seaweed levels determine if they open the beach or not)


Best Time Of Year To Travel To Tulum


Although I did travel during the month of July, I recommend the best times to travel to Tulum Mexico is during the winter and If you're looking to travel on a budget, shoulder season is the perfect time to visit Tulum. Off-peak times can offer big savings on airfare and accommodation, and there are still plenty of activities to enjoy. During the shoulder season, weather conditions are usually ideal – not too hot and not too crowded.


So if you're looking for a relaxing vacation at a fraction of the price, consider traveling during shoulder season!



Is Tulum Mexico safe?


This is a question that many people ask when they are planning a trip to this beautiful country. There are many factors that you should consider when deciding if a destination is safe for you to visit. Tulum Mexico is a popular tourist destination, and it is generally safe for travelers. However, as with any destination, there are always some safety concerns that you should be aware of. Here are some things to keep in mind when traveling to Tulum Mexico:


• Be aware of your surroundings at all times. This is especially important when you are in unfamiliar territory.


• Don’t carry all of your valuables with you when you are exploring the area. Leave them in a safe place where you are staying.


• Stick to well-lit and populated areas when you are out and about.


• Trust your gut instinct. If something doesn’t feel right, it probably isn’t.


These are just a few safety tips to keep in mind when visiting Tulum Mexico. By following these guidelines, you can help ensure that your trip is safe and enjoyable.


However, i must say that during my stay in Tulum Mexico I did encounter being scammed by the Tulum police. We were on our way to dinner on Av.kukulkan Road around 8 pm on a Saturday, driving from our Airbnb to the Tulum Beach Area. They were dressed up as police officers and carried M16 rifles. They Target rental cars, so if you are planning on getting a rental in Tulum or the Cancun airport this scam is something you need to be aware of. After they Pull you over they will ask you for your driver's license and the registration for the rental car. It is recommended not to argue with handing over your driver's license but never hand over your passports. After asking for a driver's license & registration from each of us they told us some excuses about the infractions committed which led to their bribe for money. They got us for about 2,500 Pasos (121 US Dollars).


If you're thinking of traveling to Mexico, be sure to check your country's website for the latest travel advisories. There may be some areas that are considered unsafe, so it's always best to be informed before making any decisions.


How to get to Tulum From The Cancun Airport


Upon your arrival at Cancun airport, ready your things for a beautiful journey ahead. In just a couple of hours, you'll arrive in Tulum - one of Mexico's most stunning coastal towns. It is about 75 miles away from the Cancun airport, which is about a 2-hour drive.


There are a few different ways to get from Cancun Airport to Tulum.

You can take a taxi, rent a car, or take a bus.

Taking a taxi is the most expensive option, but it's also the most convenient.

Renting a car is a bit cheaper, but you'll have to deal with driving in unfamiliar territory.

Taking the bus is the cheapest option, but it can be a bit of a hassle.


If you do not book transportation ahead of time don't worry there will be an abundance of transportation services available at the airport upon arrival.


Side Note: If you're renting a car, be sure to follow the rules of the road and use caution when driving. The locals drive aggressively so it's important to take your time and make sure you watch out when driving.


Currency Exchange and Visa Credit Cards in Tulum Mexico


When traveling to Tulum Mexico, it's important to know what type of currency is accepted. Most places will accept both Mexican Pesos and American Dollars. However, it's always a good idea to check with your specific resort or hotel to see what they recommend. Credit cards are also widely accepted in Tulum, so you shouldn't have any trouble using your card for purchases.


You can exchange money as soon as you get into the Cancun Airport, If you find yourself running low on cash banks and currency exchanges will be available for withdrawal in the tiny town of Tulum.


Some establishments accept both forms of payment but there are some that charge an additional fee for card usage - usually 3-5%. more


Where To Stay In Tulum Mexico


Tulum is split into two parts: Tulum Beach and Tulum Town. Tulum Beach is well known for its soft white sand beaches and clear blue waters, while Tulum Town is a thriving cultural hub filled with art, music, and delicious food. With this trip to Tulum, I wanted a spiritual and raw experience. I opted for the jungle stay, which had its own thrilling side of things that made us feel free from any cares in this world - it really did have an enchanting effect on our whole being! The jungle vibes in Tulum is something we both enjoyed and relished. It felt like a spiritual experience, not just from the natural beauty but also because it allowed us time out of our busy lives to take care of ourselves without any distractions or obligations weighing on us--just pure relaxation! I Booked my Jungle Pod and Garden House Jungle Stay on Airbnb.com. The total cost for both stays for 5 days and 4 nights came up to about 650 USD.







Garden Jungle House







The Jungle Pod





Tulum is a haven for those who are looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. With its beautiful beaches, Tulum offers an opportunity that cannot be found anywhere else- peace in nature's embrace! A long stretch on the Tulum beach strip houses most hotels which range from 200 USD a night to 1,100 USD a night. When staying on the Tulum beach strip, you can expect to pay luxury prices for things like accommodation and dining. However, there are also plenty of affordable options available if you know where to look.

Tulum Town is a small but a beautiful colonial town that has plenty of options for those looking to save money. You'll be able to stay in a hotel or hostel with all your needs met within walking distance, from food to accommodations. With enchanting architecture dating back centuries ago or pristine beaches overlooked minutes away such as Playa Del Carmen together offer endless possibilities to make your money stretch in Tulum...


Side Note: The Tulum Beach area is home to many luxurious resorts, but there is only one that can truly be called all-inclusive. This resort has everything you could possibly want, from incredible beaches to world-class dining. Kore Tulum Retreat and Spa Resort is an all-inclusive resort in the Tulum Beach area. The resort features a wide range of amenities, including a spa, two pools, and a fitness center. Guests can enjoy activities such as yoga and meditation, or simply relax on the beach. There are three restaurants on-site, serving a variety of international cuisine. Kore Tulum Retreat and Spa Resort - Adults Only - All Inclusive - Guest Reservations Price Range Depends on the season....



Thank you for reading our ultimate travel guide to Tulum Mexico. We hope this gave you all the info you need to make your trip as magical as ever. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to reach out to us. We would love to hear from you! Until next time, happy traveling!




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