Have you ever wondered what to do at night in Tulum? Is there a Tulum nightlife? Well thanks to the wonderful people over at Tulum Living we have some suggestions for you!
There are bars up and down the main avenue of the Tulum town boasting great music and entertainment as well as exotic cocktails and cold beers.
There are various spots along the Tulum beaches that keep the beach parties going all night with dance floors on the beaches with the cool breezes blowing right in off the sea.
There are plenty of live acts from the amazingly talented locals, as well as incredible bands, musicians and performers from all over Mexico, Latin America and the world.
Tulum Living has supplied the following list of the bars and nightlife to experience in Tulum:
This is one of my favorite margarita spots in Tulum pueblo. Through out the year you can catch great shows in the garden!!!!
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This photo of Divino Paraiso is courtesy of TripAdvisor
~~Juan y Jose~~
~~Le Zebra~~ Every Sunday rain or shine- come down to the Sunday Salsa Party at Le Zebra. Free Lesson at 6!!! Stay for drinks and live music!
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~~Om Tulum~~ For a great full moon party or a great beach bbq, Om Tulum has great parties on one of the best sections of Tulum Beach.
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Tulum Top New Celeb Destination in Mexico’s coastal area of Tulum has been touted as the next big celebrity holiday destination, and one which the rest of us could benefit from exploring.
Australian singer Natalie Imbruglia, actress Jaime Winstone and ex-All Saints singer Mel Blatt were all said to have headed to the Mexican jewel for New Year’s celebrations.
Tulum combines many appealing attractions to make it a great destination for anyone looking for an unusual and relaxing getaway.
Tulum sits on the Mexican coast, lapped by the Caribbean Sea and bordered with pristine white sandy beaches. Extensive Mayan ruins form an extremely popular tourist stop and archaeological site, with dramatic temples and other structures sitting beside the clear blue seas.
The Tulum ruins are Mexico’s third most-visited Mayan site.
The area also boasts the Sian Ka’an nature reserve – a UNESCO World Heritage Site containing many rare species and Tulum also draws the stars thanks to its culinary riches.
The open-air restaurant at Tital Tulum has proved to be a big hit, thanks to its views over the sea and its famous Ceviche seafish dish.
Other activites on offer at the Mexican resort include kite surfing, cave diving and snorkeling for the more active travellers. Fitness freaks will also enjoy the yoga classes on the beach – sure to be a draw for celebrity visitors.
Tulum is only 80 miles south of the popular Mexican beach resort of Cancun.
Cheap flights to Cancun can be found with many of the major airlines, and from UK airports including Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and London airports.
At an out of the way beach resort on Tulum’s paradise beach in the Mexican Caribbean, Aussie Diva makes time to take the sun and enjoy lengthy walks in the white sandy beaches of this Mexican resort town.