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This itinerary uses Tulum as a hub in the Quintanaroo Region of Mexico.

This Tulum Itinerary will take you to:
-Mayan Ruins
-Cenotes
-Bacalar
-Chichen Itza

Get ready to explore Tulum, a resort town on Mexico's Caribbean coast, just south of Cancun. Tulum is known for its archaeological sites, turquoise blue waters, white sand beaches, cenotes, and authentic Mexican food. The town is surrounded by jungle and has a laid back fun vibe.Tulum is a great hub to visit other parts of Quintana Roo & the Yucatan peninsula.In this itinerary you will explore ruins, sunbathe at the beach, and swim in cenotes. One full and adventurous week in Tulum will allow you just enough time to capture Tulum's essence.



Where the Tulum Travel Guide Itinerary Goes:

               18-pages of expert advice to help you navigate your Tulum trip and maximize your experience. The guide includes how to get to Tulum, the best cenotes in Tulum to visit, mayan ruins in Tulum to see, day trips from Tulum to take, and recommendations on where to eat in Tulum. It also includes the driving route, mileage and time it takes to drive between them, packing lists, and approximate time you should anticipate spending at each activity. You can follow this itinerary exactly, or take portions of it for a shorter trip.


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September 2022

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7 Day Tulum Itinerary

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This itinerary makes planning a trip to Tulum a breeze! We include recommendations on daily activities, how to structure your day, mileage between destinations, how much time to allot for driving, and how much time to allot for activities. This 7 day Tulum travel guide is easily modifiable, by eliminating the day trips or activities, you can use this itinerary as a guide for 3 days in Tulum or 5 days in Tulum. 

How to get to Tulum 

The closest airport near Tulum, Mexico is the Cancun International airport which is 81 miles north of Tulum. Tulum is building an airport that is set to open sometime in 2023, but in the meantime you will need to have transportation from Cancun to Tulum and vice versa. Here are a few of your options on how to get from Cancun to Tulum that we detail in this itinerary: 
  • Rental car
  • Private shuttle
  • Shared shuttle
  • ADO bus
  • Taxi Cab
  • Colectivo

How to get around Tulum

The best option for getting around Tulum is renting a car, especially if you are following this itinerary and going on the recommended day trips from Tulum to Bacalar and Tulum to Chichen Itza. However, for days that you plan to stay local to Tulum, you can easily get around Tulum by taxi, colectivo, or bike. Day trips and tours can also be booked from sites like Tripadvisor or Viator.

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Activities & Extras

Planning a trip to Tulum can be overwhelming. That is why we include everything in this itinerary that you need to just show up and have fun! This one week in Tulum itinerary includes beaches, cenotes, Mayan ruins, and day trips. We also share packing lists, helpful squad tips, where to eat in Tulum, and general travel tips. Here are some of the highlights of what you’ll do on this trip:
  • Tulum pyramids 
  • Muyil Ruins 
  • Gran Cenote
  • Cenote Suytun 
  • Bacalar
  • Chichen Itza


Is Tulum Safe

Overall, Tulum is generally safe, especially compared to the rest of Mexico. We’ve been to Mexico several times and we’ve generally felt pretty safe. However, crime does exist in Tulum and most of the crimes are drug related. It is important to keep yourself safe and trust your gut no matter where you are traveling in the world. A few safety tips we have included for this itinerary:
  • Stay on the main roads and drive only during daylight
  • Only carry a small amount of cash on you 
  • Don’t flash valuable items
  • Always be aware of your belongings
  • Keep an eye on your drinks
  • Never be under any influence in public
  • Know and stick to the laws 


Is Tulum Expensive 

Like any vacation, expenses can add up quickly but you can easily visit Tulum on a budget. We are typically pretty budget conscious and for that reason we have a included few tips in this itinerary to help save on costs: 
  • Rent an Airbnb with a kitchen to help save costs on meals
  • Stay near downtown rather than at the beach
  • Rent a car rather than booking tours to cenotes and/or Chichen Itza 
  • Eat where the locals eat rather than at the beach hotels/restaurants

When you purchase the itinerary, you will be redirected to a link where you can immediately download the itinerary, in PDF format. Due to the immediate access to all the information, we do not provide refunds. However, if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, contact us and let us know. We want to hear from you.

What's your refund policy?



Yes! Time is money. This itinerary is designed to save the guesswork of what to do, what to see, and where to sleep and give you the costs so you can budget for this trip. We also give squad tips that will help save on things like car rentals and getting the best hotel rate. You can also check out our episode with money saving travel tips to save even more on this trip and others!

Will this save me any money?



Absolutely! We realize that maybe your perfect Tulum vacation is 3 days or 5 days. The great thing about our itinerary is you can modify it to meet your needs. Perhaps you want to focus solely on Tulum and forgo the day trips outside of Tulum, or maybe visiting just 1 cenote is enough for you. By providing you with a 7 day itinerary, you have a lot of options to choose from. 

I can't spend a week in Tulum. Will I still find value in this itinerary?

This itinerary breaks down everything in one PDF guide. The itinerary adds even more value by planning every detail of a 7 day trip to Tulum so all you have to do is truly book it, show up and enjoy the trip. We learn a lot on our trips about things that were worth it, things we wish we did, and the optimal route to take if we could do it over. You benefit from those learnings with this itinerary! Our podcast episodes tell you what we did, but not to the level of detail you’ll find within our itinerary.  

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