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Want Claire?s entire guide to Tulum? Check out her?PDF!

My favorite part of Tulum was sitting on the beach reading and eating ceviche.? There?s lovely yoga studios, higher end restaurants, and engaging activities like the ruins or cents as well, but honestly, I liked just hanging out in the sun and walking around town the best.

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Destination: The Spell of Tulum

Just try to resist this rare mix of Italian style, yoga serenity and hippie chic found only on Mexico?s Riviera Maya

BY BARBARA PECK | PHOTOGRAPHY BY DAVID A. LAND

The castle, the largest structure at Tulum’s Maya ruins, sits just above the beach; a taco platter at ?Que Fresco!, the restaurant at read more…

How to Spend a Weekend Getaway in Tulum

Where to shop, eat, and stay in the most fashionable of Mexican cities

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JASON CHEN

Tulum, Mexico.Photo: Getty Images

First-time visitors to Tulum, Mexico, can?t quite believe the place is only an hour away from the spring-break revelers in Cancun. Here, the relaxed beaches, rough luxe hotels, and gourmand-approved read more…

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when we first visited ten years ago, tulum was merely a sleepy beach outpost ? a smattering of rustic, bamboo huts lining the caribbean sea. things have certainly changed. tulum is now a fashionable, (yet still pretty low-key) bohemian getaway. long, white sandy beaches, eco-friendly, chic hotels, beachside yoga and that exquisite aqua-blue read more…

by Kristin Francis on 10/05/2014
To me, finding zen isn’t about meditating in a rock garden or following a religion. Instead, I think of zen as a state of mind, relaxed and distraction-free, leaving plenty of room for the more important stuff to surface, like creativity and intuition. Getting into that zen-like zone isn’t always easy. read more…