SamiraHello, I'm Samira and I'm interested in backpacking, dancing, fashion, hiking, languages, nature, nightlife, photography, running, solo travel, sunbathing, swimming and writing
based on 3 experiences
Tulum is an incredible place - so much to do when you are reveling solo or with a group. If you love delicious food, bustling nightlife and daytime relaxing parties Tulum is a must. I went twice in one year. The ocean in November is a lot cleaner than in April, but there are a lot more parties in April than in November. If you like spiritual rituals there are also sooo many things to try like temazcal and meditation. Prices are a bit steep but it’s well worth it.Posted: May 12, 2023
I went solo twice in the past year and felt safe everywhere. I stayed in the hotel zone and did venture away during the day, as well as at night. I ate so much amazing food. I enjoyed visiting the Mayan Ruins as well.Posted: April 23, 2023
We stayed in Tulum which was absolutely amazing. I'd recommend hiring a car if you can as there is so much stuff around that area! We went to some amazing beaches and did some snorkeling around the reef there which is meant to be the 2nd or 3rd largest in the world.Posted: November 27, 2022
Yes, Tulum is generally considered safe for solo female travelers. However, it is always important to take the necessary precautions when traveling alone, such as avoiding walking alone at night, being aware of your surroundings, and not carrying large amounts of cash.
Yes, Tulum is a great destination for solo travelers. The area is generally safe and there are plenty of activities to do and places to explore. There are also many hotels and resorts that cater to solo female travelers, offering amenities such as female-only dorms and private rooms.
Tulum can be expensive for solo travelers, depending on the type of accommodation and activities you choose. However, plenty of budget-friendly options are available, such as hostels, camping, and budget-friendly restaurants. Additionally, there are plenty of free activities to enjoy, such as exploring the ruins, swimming in the cenotes, and taking a stroll along the beach.
Explore the Ruins of Tulum
Take a guided tour of the ancient Mayan ruins of Tulum, located on the Caribbean coast of Mexico.
Visit the Beach
Spend a day lounging on the white sand beaches of Tulum.
Explore the underwater world of the Caribbean Sea with a snorkeling tour.
Take a Yoga Class
Take a yoga class at one of the many yoga studios in Tulum.
Visit the Cenotes
Explore the underground rivers and caves of the cenotes, natural sinkholes filled with crystal clear water.
Visit the local markets and shops in Tulum to find unique souvenirs and gifts.
Take a Cooking Class
Learn how to make traditional Mexican dishes with a cooking class.
Go Horseback Riding
Explore the jungle and beaches of Tulum on horseback.
Take a Boat Tour
Take a boat tour of the Caribbean Sea to spot dolphins, turtles, and other marine life.
Visit the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve
Explore the largest protected area in the Mexican Caribbean with a guided tour.
Tulum is generally considered safe at night, but it is always wise to take precautions when traveling in any unfamiliar area. It is best to avoid walking alone at night, and to stay in well-lit, populated areas. It is also recommended to avoid carrying large amounts of cash or valuables.
Yes, Tulum is generally considered safe to travel alone. However, it is always important to take precautions when traveling alone, such as staying in well-lit areas, avoiding walking alone at night, and being aware of your surroundings.
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