A town on the Carribean Coastline of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, Tulum offers a magical and cultural experience for the mind, body, and soul.
Where to stay:
On a charming stretch of the Riviera Maya lays Arenablue, a boutique hotel surrounded by the rainforest and facing the ocean. This romantic spot offers amazing views, perfect for those who want to experience the Caribbean atmosphere and be caressed by the sea breeze. For the best experience, we recommend staying in an Ocean Front Suite including a personal terrace with your very own hammock. Located on the white beach of Tulum, Arenablue is truly enchanting - full of romance and energy.
Amita on the white beach of Tulum at Arenablue.
Wake up facing the sea.
Arenablue rooms offer romantic elegance & natural energy.
Where to go:
Maya Spa at Azulik
A unique and reflective experience, the Maya Spa at Azulik places an emphasis on Ancestral Mayan Rituals. With these rituals, the spa offers mind and body spa treatments ranging from aromatherapy massages to bio magnetic healing sessions to seafront meditation with clay. Amita recommends taking the partner private yoga session for a one-of-a-kind experience.
The mission of Maya’s Spa is to align individuals with the rhythms of nature for their enhanced well being and enlighten them with Mayan culture.
Amita in the Tree House after Private Yoga Session at Azulik.
Where to eat:
Kin Toh at Azulik
KIN TOH is a Mexican-Mayan avant-garde cuisine with the mission to “offer the guest an experience that involves all five senses in each dish, mixing methods and local ingredients from native cuisine with international elements”. Not only is the cuisine exquisite, but so are the views. KIN TOH is built on stilts 12m above Tulum’s Mayan jungle, serving as the ultimate spot to gaze at beautiful Caribbean sunsets. For the best experience, we recommend booking a romantic “private nest,” where you can dine under the stars and admire the unique gifts of nature in your own little hideaway.
Where to explore:
Built on a bluff along the beach, the Tulum Ruins site is the only Mayan Settlement located on coast of the Caribbean. Full of history and beauty, the Tulum Ruins is a popular spot for travelers to experience a bit of an adventure. The Tulum Ruins features the Castle (El Castillo), the Temple of the Wind God (Templo del Dios del Viento), and the House of the Cenote (La Casa del Cenote). Each of which played a major role for the Maya’s extensive trade network.
Just north of the Tulum Ruins is Playa Paraíso, a gorgeous beach to relax on after a day of exploring.
The House of the Cenote (La Casa del Cenote).
Temple of the Wind God (Templo del Dios del Viento).
Playa Paraíso, Below Tulum Ruins
Outdoor clothing boutique on the beach of Tulum.
Feel good energy and inspiration throughout Tulum.