A Small Guide About Tulum- Transportation, Seas...


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Tulum is an old city in Mexico that is easy going and laid back. This city is quite and is not that congested like its neighbouring cities. It is famous for the ruins of the Mayan civilization and its proximity to the Chichen Itza. Tulum also has some beautiful beaches. This city has underwater ponds or cenotes, which are great for adventure lovers. So, you might find a lot of global tourists going to Tulum every year.


Before you plan your next visit to Tulum, read the information in this blog to know the details on how to enjoy a great vacation.


 How to reach Tulum

Cancun International Airport is the nearest airport to Tulum. You can book a direct or connecting flight to Tulum from your country.  You need to travel a small distance by car to reach Tulum from the airport. You can contact different  Tulum private transfers agencies to hire a vehicle for transportation.


 The ideal time to visit Tulum

 Tulum is in Mexico. Hence it has warm weather. The average temperature usually lies between 70 to 80 degrees F. This place is known for its tropical weather with a lot of sunlight. The month of December also has pleasant weather. August is the hottest month, and January is the coldest month.


Tulum experiences heavy rain in June, September, October. During this time, Tulum experiences hurricanes and storms. The official tourist season in Tulum starts in January and ends in March. A  lot of people visit here during this period.  Hence, the best time to visit Tulum is November and December. You can find the hotel costs reasonable and the cost of Airport Taxi to Tulum also decreases in these months. Try to avoid Tulum is October because most of the restaurants, bars and hotels remain shut down during this month.



In Tulum, you can use both US dollars and Mexican currency Peso. But please use peso. Because this can offer you cheaper price rates. The exchange rate is far reasonable with the local peso than the dollars. You can find ATMs to get local cash.



Tulum has a widespread and easy to board public transport system. You can fund taxis easily. There are also local shuttles called colectivos which offer a ride in meagre rates. The rate starts with only twenty pesos. The roads are wide and often lead to different beaches. Besides that, you can also get a bike from the hotels to ride and tour in the city.



 People in Mexico usually seak the Spanish language. This is Mexican Spanish and is different from the original Spanish language. They also understand English quite well.


Tulum is a great place that is a melting pot for ancient and modern cultures. The city is old but always reinvents itself and becomes contemporary. Try to experience the local cuisine like fish tacos and other Mexican dishes. Try to visit the ruins and the beaches to get an unforgettable experience.

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