Is it safe to travel to Tulum right now 2020?
The quick answer: Yes, Tulum is safe! For now. We did receive some disturbing comments about violence against tourists in Tulum but after some research, we’ve decided that it can still be safe. As long as you follow our safety tips and stay inside after dark.
Is Tulum safer than Cancun?
Though quite difficult to officially determine whether Tulum is safer than Cancun or vice versa, after spending time in both areas, I do find Tulum to be a bit safer given its relaxed and easygoing beach vibes.
Should I go to Mexico during Covid?
As of October 29, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention listed Mexico’s travel advisory rating at level 3 — “high” risk.
Do I need a Covid test to go to Tulum?
A negative COVID-19 test is not required for entry to Mexico. Effective January 26, 2021, a negative COVID-19 test , taken within the 3 calendar days prior to flight departure, or documentation of recovery from a COVID-19 infection within the last 90 days, is required for air passengers entering the United States.
Which is better Tulum or Cancun?
Cancun is our destination of choice, but Tulum is also worth visiting. If you’re looking for comfort, great nightlife, an abundance of activities, and somewhere affordable – then Cancun is the destination for you.
Is it safe to travel to Tulum from Cancun?
Yes, it is safe to travel from Cancun to Tulum. The road is regularly maintained and the buses are clean and well equipped with air conditioning. Be aware of petty theft in the area and take any necessary precautions as you would normally do when you travel.
How much money do I need to bring to Tulum?
How much money will you need for your trip to Tulum? You should plan to spend around M$1,621 ($80) per day on your vacation in Tulum, which is the average daily price based on the expenses of other visitors. Past travelers have spent, on average, M$457 ($23) on meals for one day and M$374 ($19) on local transportation.
What should I bring to Tulum?
Essential Packing List for Tulum
- 4-7 Beachy rompers / sundresses / tunics.
- 2-3 swimsuits.
- 2 Beach coverups or sarongs.
- 1 pair of denim shorts.
- 3-4 tank tops and t-shirts.
- 1 light cardigan for cooler nights.
How many days do you need in Tulum?
I would recommend budgeting 3 to 4 days in Tulum. This is enough time to see the ruins, do a day trip or two if you want to and still have plenty of time to relax on the beach and sample the best restaurants.