Bohemianism is the practice of an unconventional lifestyle, often in the company of like-minded people who pursue music, arts, literary and spiritual avenues.
Tulum gives a lifestyle that not many parts of the world can give. The International community allows to know people from all over the word. The community is very interesting, all people is willing to connect with each other.
The most popular foreign destination for Americans is Mexico
Mexico is alluring not only for its sun and sand but also for its cuisine, destination yoga retreats and cultural activities. (The New York Times).
More activities to enjoy
Tulum is home to amazing beaches with white sand that contrast with warm turquoise Caribbean waters to enjoy summer vibes all year long.
Tulum is an ancient walled Mayan city which served as a port for the Mayan city of Coba. Coba is just 45 minutes from Tulum and is home to the largest Mayan pyramid in Mexico.
Tulum is home to the world’s 2nd largest barrier reef, so there is a wide variety of sea life to be discovered while diving or snorkeling.
There are over 35 cycling routes in Tulum for
those avid cyclists. And it’s an easy and environmentally friendly means of transportation to get around to either the beach or downtown Tulum. BoHo oers free bike rental for its guests.
Tulum is surrounded by cenotes (fresh water sinkholes) within an expansive, unique underground cave system that attracts cave divers from around the world.
The increasingly popular sport of kitesurfing has been literally, taking o in Tulum due to its great wind conditions and beautiful scenery.
Spa & Yoga
“In Tulum, luxury and earthiness coexist, but the coin of the realm is spirituality.” (Travel + Leisure). “Coming to Tulum and not taking a
yoga class is like swearing o wine in Tuscany. It’s everywhere and inescapable.”
(The New York Times)
Tulum has witnessed the arrival of many new eco-chic, gourmet restaurants on the beach and jungle side of the main beach strip. And continues to spread more recently into Aldea Zama and downtown.
Sian Ka’an Biosphere
Tulum is a gateway to the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve. Sian Ka’an means “Where the Sky is Born” in Mayan.