Tulum is known for having the some of the most beautiful hotels lining the white sand beaches, and it continues to be one of the trendiest travel destinations today. Across this quiet and secluded stretch of coastline you can find eco-luxury accommodation away from the party scene of Cancún, making this the perfect getaway destination to relax and unwind.
Nomade Tulum is a gorgeous beachfront beach lounge and hotel along Mexico’s Caribbean coastline. What drew me into visiting Tulum were the boutique hotels, plant-based cafes, beautiful ocean views, and overall holistic vibe. Nomade Tulum provides everything you need to experience the upmost relaxation, rejuvenate and healing. It’s the perfect getaway retreat.
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At Nomade Tulum they value human connection and upholding the local heritage of the ancient Mayan people and their traditions. They have several programs in place for ensuring they run sustainably and aim to remain carbon neutral to keep Tulum looking beautiful.
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Nomade Tulum Location
Tulum is located 3 hours south of Cancun, at the southernmost tip of the Mayan Riviera. To get to Tulum, it’s best to fly into Cancun and take a bus or private car hire to Tulum.
Nomade Tulum can be found right along Tulum Beach, about a 15 minute drive from Tulum’s downtown area.
Rooms at Nomade Tulum
There are 4 accommodation options offered at Nomade Tulum – Standard Rooms, Suites, Tents, and Treehouses.
Food & Drink
Macondo Restaurant features a Moroccan-styled outdoor dining room with floor seating and offers plant-based dishes.
La Popular is the hotel’s beachfront restaurant that offers fresh seafood cuisine inspired by the local fish market.
Amenities at Nomade Tulum
Macrame cabanas surrounded by the white sands of Tulum Beach, making this the perfect spot for some rest and relaxation.
Nomade Tulum has a variety of options for those seeking total a holistic vacation. The hotel offers both group and private sessions for yoga, meditation, tea ceremonies, sound healing, reflexology, and energy cleansing.
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The Nomade Nest features “Nest Talks”, where the hotel invites different practitioners and teachers each week to take over the nest to inspire discussions and learning for travelers.
Have you stayed at this beautiful eco-luxury hotel? Share your experiences with me in the comments below!
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Hi I’m Rylie – Welcome to my corner of the internet!
I’m a solo traveler & photographer based in Southern California, on a mission to explore the world and inspire you to do the same.