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This post is a bit overdue but Tulum isn’t going anywhere anytime soon and thank god for that.  But it’s quickly becoming more and more popular due to a huge influx of bloggers heading to this steamy paradise. And after experiencing this magical wonderland of boutique hotels and delicious jungle eateries I now know why. There are so many different ways you can spend your time in Tulum…from sipping delicious cocktails and relaxing all day to filling your days with action packed adventure. If your interested in all-inclusive over sized resorts this isn’t your place. If you want a unique bohemian adventure filled with delicious food, tropical jungles and pristine beaches around every corner then this is your spot. We stayed at Coqui Coqui perfumeria, visited Chitzen Itza, the Tulum Ruins, loads of cenotes and ate our way through town. Don’t miss a day trip to Valladolid if you have time (historic and colorful). We rented bikes at Yoga Shala and had a spectacular day feeling the wind in our hair while we explored paradise. 

Stay – Coqui coqui perfumeria (also check out the Vallodolid location), Casa MalcaNomadeAzulik

Eat – HartwoodGitanoCasa jaguarPosada margherita, Bolas De Postre (for ice cream near yoga shala) 

Wearing – Magali PascalZaraAncient Greek sandalsCrochet bikiniCecilie Copenhagen , Brixton (remember to dress cool and comfortable… It can get extremely hot and humid in Tulum)

Visit – Sian Kaan, Tulum Ruins, Chichen Itza, Valladolid, Cenotes (as many as you can)