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Most Millennials have heard of Tulum, the sizzling hot yoga town 90 minutes south of Cancun. And while its 1,000 year old ruins are worth a visit, it’s not the Mayan influence that inspired a recent 74% increase in tourism. Tulum’s New Age vibe, jungle-shrouded restaurants and white sand beaches have made it Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula hottest spot.

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Tulum Is the New Black

?Tulum is the new black. Once a hippie village, now a trendy, boho-chic and fashionable eco-friendly destination.?By Beatriz Torres Marin
CJ Contributor

Yes, it still has the hippie vibe that made Tulum famous a couple of years ago ? but don?t let that fool you.

In the?past few years, Tulum has changed and it read more…

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Once upon a time, there was a scrappy little town on the Yucat?n peninsula called Tulum. The waters were crystalline, the beaches powdery, and the electricity, where it existed, was spotty. And as happens with all undiscovered idylls, eventually Tulum was discovered. Normally this would be a bad thing. But in the read more…

Wanderlust Wednesday: The Complete Travel Guide to Tulum, Mexico

Posted by Lucy Laucht

We are excited to announce the first installment of a brand new series here on LaurenConrad.com: Wanderlust Wednesday, a monthly travel guide post written by one of our favorite Instagrammers and travel bloggers, @LucyLaucht! In today?s post, Lucy will be sharing the inside scoop read more…

ARE YOU COMING TO TULUM? YOU SHOULDN’T MISS THESE FIVE PLACES!

Besides the beach, the cenotes and the Mayan jungle –if you’re feeling adventurous, there are five trendy places here in Tulum (galleries, restaurants and bars) that we want to talk you about. Whenever you come, you shouldn’t miss them!

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Tulum Ruinas Road Km. 5, read more…

 

By now you’ve almost certainly heard of Tulum, that leafy green wonderland on Mexico’s Caribbean coast. Tulum is eco-friendly and trendy: It’s known for postcard-perfect ruins that sit right on the ocean, hip yoga retreats and a buzzy, upscale restaurant scene

But true travelers will tell you that staying in Tulum is much more than downward dog and cocktails: read more…

The east coast of Mexico has undergone a massive transformation over the past 50 years, evolving from an untouched and unknown white-sand oasis to the home of the top tourist destination for the entire country. Cancun is massively popular for a reason ? it lies on one of the most beautiful stretches of the Caribbean read more…

Ah, Tulum. I?m not going to call it the Williamsburg of Mexico, as New Yorkmagazine?s Cut blog recently did, but this beach town has an undeniable cool factor along with its sheer beauty and spiritual energy.

The town, at the southern end of the Riviera Maya, has an appeal beyond North Brooklyn, of course (though New read more…