Tulum Vacation Rentals

Our Favorite Vacation Rentals in Tulum

  • Condo Genesi
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    $58
  • In the heart of Tulum town
    Good2br Home/Apartment
    HolidayLettings
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    $115
  • holiday home for max. 2 persons in Tulum, Yucatan
    OkayCountry House
    TUIvillas
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    $168
  • Mi Tulum Ideal Familias o grupos
     Home/Apartment
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    $68
  • Casa Esteban in TULUM "#3" - 2 bedroom
     2br Home/Apartment
    HolidayLettings
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    $67
  • Casita Rosa
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    $32
  • Dog-friendly home w/ private patio, shallow pool, and grill in relaxing area
     4br Home/Apartment
    HolidayLettings
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    $316
  • Bajo Cielo at Luum Zama
     Home/Apartment
    Booking.com
    From
    $88

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Tulum Vacation Rentals with a Pool

  • Studio Estrella "Los Amigos Tulum"
    ExcellentHome/Apartment
    Airbnb
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    $63
  • Contemporary Loft with Amazing and Unique Giant Hammock /b
    ExcellentHome/Apartment
    Airbnb
    From
    $125
  • Aldea Mua-há Estudio Azul con bonitas amenidades
    ExcellentHome/Apartment
    Airbnb
    From
    $43
  • Amazing Villa Parota w/Cenote in your backyard!!
    Excellent2br Home/Apartment
    Airbnb
    From
    $147

Tulum Vacation Rentals with Wi-Fi

  • Beautiful loft heart of Tulum / Free housekeeping
    ExcellentHome/Apartment
    Airbnb
    From
    $96
  • Tulum centro La Veleta
     Home/Apartment
    Airbnb
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    $41
  • Magical space in the jungle, 15 min from downtown
    ExcellentHome/Apartment
    Airbnb
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    $120
  • Breakfast + 2 Cenotes +2 bikes + 2 Snorkels & Yoga
     Home/Apartment
    Airbnb
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    $102

Tulum Pet-Friendly Vacation Rentals

  • MELI-MELO P&B, ECO-FRIENDLY JUNGLE HOUSE MINUTES FROM TULUM BEACH
    ExcellentBungalow
    Flipkey
    From
    $137
  • Casa Maktsil
    ExcellentHome/Apartment
    HolidayLettings
    From
    $62
  • A 7 KM DE LA PLAYA AND very close to CENOTES
    ExcellentHome/Apartment
    Airbnb
    From
    $26
  • Nice studio in the jungle!
     Home/Apartment
    Airbnb
    From
    $28

Tulum Travel Guide

On Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula, Tulum is a town popular known for its azure beaches and its ancient Mayan ruins. Visitors head to Tulum for a mixture of history and culture, as well as laid-back paradise living.

Things to Do in Tulum

Found on the tall cliffs bordering Tulum, El Castillo is a fascinating glimpse into the past, with layered stairs and bouldering typical of Mayan design. A great spot for families, climb the grand entrance stairs and overlook the waves to imagine the view back when the spot was a bustling port city.

Close to the ruins is Parque Nacional Tulum. Despite being relatively small, the area hosts a variety of animal and plant species. Fostering endangered or threatened animals, the park is known for its loggerhead turtles, both which nest in the beaches of the reserve.

Best Time to Visit Tulum

Tulum’s climate varies throughout the year, with June to October experiencing heavy rainfall. However, January through to March is the busiest time to visit, with temperatures ranging from 75 to 82 degrees.

A Local's Guide to Tulum

The sizzling hot yoga town of Tulum is located just 90 minutes south of Cancun, and is so much more than just a beach destination. In recent years it has had a boom in the number of tourists visiting the town, and although part of the draw is the 1,000 year old ruins, it is by no means the only reason. Tulum has developed a distinctly New Age vibe, packed with modern restaurants and bars and of course, stunning white sand beaches that stretch for miles.

When deciding where you want to stay on your trip to Tulum, there are generlly three options: Central Tulum Town, Beach Road North, and Beach Road South. Getting a Tulum vacation rental in town will ensure you are close to where all the action is and where you can walk out your front door and automatically be in the center of it all. However, it will mean that you'll be a short drive away from the stunning sea. Beach Road North is closest to the beaches and the ruins, so it can feel a great deal busier, especially thanks to the large resorts in the area. Beach Road South is the ideal spot to satisfy your inner hippie. Filled with yoga studios, vegan restaurants and plenty of quirky shops, you'll find your zen in no time.

Tulum area is known for its incredible nightlife and food scene. There are full moon beach parties here, and the legendary Papaya Playa Project, plus, a huge number of beach bars.Tulum also has four distinct eco areas, all with something new and interesting to explore. Xplor offers incredible zip line adventures where you can get your adrenaline pumping as you fly over the lush Mexican jungles. Xel Hal is perfect for those that want to explore the wonders beneath the waves and do a bit of snorkeling, while Xenotes is the place to delve underground and see what lies beneath the earth. Xcaret is almost a mix of all three and is a great way for visitors to fully immerse themselves in the Mexican culture and come away with memories that truly will last a lifetime.

Plenty of people flock to Tulum purely for the incredible ruins that the town is known for. Even if you're not a history buff, the ruins are well worth a visit. Although there are hundreds of Mayan ruins scattered throughout Mexico, the ones in the Yucatan Peninsula are definitely the most impressive. The most famous of all the ruins is perched precariously on the craggy rocks above the waves.

The tourism industry in Tulum is growing steadily every year, so it's advised to get there before the crowds, especially in the summer months. That siad, the area is nowhere near as busy as the nearby Cancun, and is a lot more eco-friendly. Although there are some chain hotels, Tulum is a great place to stay somewhere a little different. There are plenty of plenty world-class sustainable hotels and accommodations, the most famous and sought-after of which is arguably Casa Malca -- a top pick for the environmentally-conscience.

The Sian Ka'an Biosphere reserve is certainly another reason why you should consider making Tulum your next vacation destination. It is a sprawling protected area, the largest in the Caribbean, and home to a huge range of wildlife such as flamingos, monkeys, jaguars and pumas to name a few. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the spot is great for snorkeling and diving. In Tulum, it is also possible to see turtles in their natural environment, from May to October the beaches see the arrival of literally thousands of turtles who come to the sands to lay their eggs night after night.

There's no denying that Tulum's beaches are some of the best in Mexico. One of its most iconic beaches is Playa Paraiso, aptly named for its stunning blue waters, powder white sands and palm trees that sway gently in the breeze.

The whole area where Tulum is located in the Yucatan Peninsula is full of Cenotes, and it is difficult to visit and not stop by at least a few. With the towering cliff walls of the sink hole surrounding glistening clear waters, they provide a great place to cool off from the hot Mexican sun.

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The cheapest day to stay at a vacation rental in Tulum tends to be Tuesday, while the most expensive day tends to be Friday. Vacation homes in Tulum tend to be busiest on Saturdays, while it tends to be much quieter on Tuesdays.
The most expensive month to stay in a vacation rental in Tulum is in January, while the cheapest month is in September. The most popular time to book a vacation rental in Tulum is in the high season in January. Tulum has its low season in September, when less people are visiting and the vacation home occupancy rate drops.

The Weather in Tulum

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This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Tulum. The warmest months in Tulum are June and April, when temperatures reach 93 ˚F. The coolest month is October, when temperatures drop to 57 ˚F. The wettest month in Tulum is August with 11.66 inches of rain, while the driest month is November with 0.91 inches of rain.

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Vacation Rentals in Tulum

Pick the perfect rental for your trip at AllTheRooms.com. We compare Airbnb, Hostelworld, RedAwning and others. We have 12,600 vacation rentals, hotels and other accommodation types in Tulum ranging from inexpensive options to extravagant places to stay. A typical rental in Tulum costs on average $170 per night.

If you need to stay connected during your trip, then you can choose from over 5,515 accommodations in Tulum that have WiFi. 622 places to stay include a morning meal. Fitness addicts can get a workout in during their stay by choosing from 403 accommodations that have gyms. If you are driving to Tulum, you'll want to pick from 4,853 places to stay that provide parking. We have 3,716 accommodations that have a pool or jacuzzi.

Those traveling with a cat, dog or some other animal can stay in one of 864 accommodations that are designated as pet-friendly.

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