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Don’t Let the Rain Ruin Your Trip: 6 Things to Do in Tulum on a Rainy Day

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Don’t Let the Rain Ruin Your Trip: 6 Things to Do in Tulum on a Rainy Day

You didn’t haul yourself all the way to the jungles of Tulum just to sit inside and mope while rain pelts the palm fronds outside your cabana. Sure, swimming in the cerulean waters of the Caribbean and sunbathing on the white sand beaches was the plan, but plans change.

Time to embrace your inner explorer and see this as an opportunity for adventure. The ancient Mayan ruins and eclectic town await your discovery. Rainy days in this bohemian beach paradise don’t have to dampen your spirits or your itinerary. There’s a lush landscape bursting with life under the canopy of trees and a vibrant food scene hidden in plain sight.

Before you know it, you’ll be hoping for more rainy days to uncover the secrets this place holds. The sun will return soon enough, so get out there – your trip isn’t ruined yet!

What to do in Tulum when it rains?

Indoor Activities in Tulum When It Rains

When the rain rolls in and ruins your beach plans in Tulum, don’t despair. There are plenty of indoor activities to keep you entertained until the sun comes back out.

Relax in Your Hotel

Curl up on your balcony or terrace with a book or magazine and enjoy the views of the ocean and sky. Many hotels in Tulum have open-air rooms and terraces, allowing you to still feel connected to nature. If you start to get cabin fever, head to your hotel’s spa or wellness center for a massage or treatment. There’s no better way to unwind on a rainy day.

Visit a Museum

Tulum has a few small museums worth checking out. The Mystic Museum Tulum showcases modern art, including psychedelic works. It’s a quirky spot that will make you smile on an otherwise dreary day.

Dine at an Indoor Restaurant

Just because you can’t dine al fresco doesn’t mean you have to subsist on room service. Head to an indoor eatery like Hartwood, which serves up creative cuisine with local ingredients in a stylish space. Or try Posada Margherita, an Italian spot known for homemade pastas, pizzas, and a great wine list.

The rain may prevent you from enjoying Tulum’s famed beaches, but with spas, culture, cuisine, and cozy spaces at your fingertips, you’ll discover an entirely different side of this magical place. When the sun returns, you’ll appreciate the outdoor adventures even more.

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Tulum NU

Outdoor Activities You Can Still Enjoy in Tulum When it Rains

The rain may ruin your beach plans, but it doesn’t have to dampen your Tulum spirit. Here are a few rainy day activities to keep you entertained until the sun comes back out.

Explore the Ruins

The ruins of Tulum are open rain or shine, and the crowds will be sparse. Now’s your chance to leisurely explore the ancient Mayan port city without the usual throngs of tourists. The rain will make the stone structures glisten, and you’ll practically have the place to yourself. Don’t forget your umbrella!

Take a Cenote Tour

The cenotes of Tulum are gorgeous rain or shine. In fact, the rain water seeping into the limestone gives the cenotes a mysterious, moody vibe. Many tours will still operate on rainy days, so you can explore Tulum’s famed sinkholes and underground rivers without missing a beat. The caverns will shelter you from the rain, and you’ll be able to slip and slide into refreshing cenote waters without worrying about crowds.

Go Tequila Tasting

If you want to avoid the rain altogether, spend the day sipping tequila. Sample a variety of Tulum’s finest tequilas and mezcals in the comfort of a cozy place. By the time the rain lets up, you’ll be feeling no pain and ready to continue your Tulum adventures.

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Tulum cenote
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A rainy day in Tulum can be an adventure all its own!

The rain may put a damper on your beach plans, but Tulum has plenty to keep you entertained indoors. Embrace the tropical ambiance, sip tequila, explore cenotes and ruins without the crowds. A rainy day in Tulum can be an adventure all its own!

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Mateo

Mateo

Meet Mateo: Your Tulum Insider Mateo, a passionate travel blogger, is your go-to source for all things Tulum. He uncovers the town's hidden gems and shares invaluable travel tips to make your Tulum experience extraordinary. Beyond his blog, Mateo collaborates with local experts to bring Tulum's culture and history to life. His passion for sustainable travel is evident, as he champions responsible tourism practices that protect the environment and support the local community. With Mateo as your guide, you'll unlock the secrets of Tulum and embark on a journey that transcends the ordinary and leaves you with memories to cherish for a lifetime.
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