#TravelLikeaBoss: Why is everyone visiting Tulum, Mexico
It seems as if Tulum has been stuck at the top of our news feeds throughout this entire pandemic. Flocks of travellers have escaped hectic cities and harsh lockdowns to hide away in boho beach bars and above all, to hit refresh on the idyllic soft-sandy beaches of Tulum.
What is the climate like in Tulum?
The Riviera Maya basks in glorious 80 °F (30°C) temperatures all year round. From June to October, most afternoons you’ll see how the clouds begin to rise. Charging together and turning a fierce grey, therefore warning you of an imminent thunderstorm.
The best time to visit Tulum is between October and April. The threat of rain is at a minimum but a surprise shower is always a possibility. The months of December to March, right in the midst of the brutal U.S winter, visitors in their thousands make the journey to the Caribbean Coast of Mexico.
Tulum is one of the most picturesque locations in Mexico, instagram influencers and those looking to wow their friends will have plenty of opportunity to take some unique photos. Tulum is loaded with street art, white sand beaches, natural world wonders like the cenotes and of course the Mayan ruins. Tulum is a photographer’s dream.
Things to do in Tulum
Swim in Cenotes
Chill at Beach Clubs
Visit Mayan Ruins
Take a Yoga Class on Water
Ride an ATV
Swim with Turtles
Go Ziplining through the Jungle
Visit Pablo Escobar Mansion
Go Tequila Tasting
Ummm you may just catch us there this year!! Stay Tuned!