5 Reasons Why Tulum is the Best Destination for Digital Nomads

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With it’s breathtaking beaches, awe-inspiring ancient history and excellent quality of life, it’s no wonder that Tulum has become a haven for creatives and digital nomads from all over the world. Whether you’re looking to pop in for short visit or a longer stay, here are five reasons why Tulum is one of the best destinations for digital nomads to live, work and thrive.

1. Natural Beauty

Your work environment is everything, and the natural beauty of Tulum makes achieving a great work-life balance that much more attainable. With boundless opportunities to experience the bounty of nature at your doorstop, imagine taking a break or starting and ending your day with a relaxing walk on the beach, surfing some waves or dining alfresco to refresh and recharge after a productive period of work.

2. Community

The inspiring surroundings and laidback lifestyle that Tulum offers has attracted likeminded people from all over the world who appreciate Tulum’s beauty and recreational activities. Having a kindred bond to the location offers the incredible opportunity to meet all different types of people from all over the world that could lead to new personal or professional connections.

3. Co-Working

Just because you’re in a new place doesn’t mean you have to work crunched up in a hotel or Airbnb. There are tons of co-working spaces available in Tulum that are fully equipped with all of your standard office needs and more—comfy chair and high-speed WiFi included.

Some of our favorite co-working spaces include CoWorking Tulum, where you can work beachside and attend exclusive member events to connect and network with other remote workers; Digital Jungle, a well-appointed space suited for both collaborative and individual work that also features an organic, farm-to-table restaurant to refuel between meetings; and Los Amigos, a dog-friendly location that also offers a discount on massages and treatments at its luxury Leaf Spa.

4. It’s Safe

The Yucatán Peninsula, which includes Tulum, Merida and Cancún, is one of the safest spots in the country. According to Mexico Secretary of Tourism statistics, an estimated 35 million international travelers visited Mexico from January to August 2021, which was during the period when worldwide travel began to reopen amid Covid-19. Tourism has remained strong in Mexico and is only poised to continue to grow, suggesting that people consider places, like Tulum, to be perfectly safe to travel to.

5. Linger Longer

Mexico typically allows visitors to stay in the country for up to six months, or 180 calendar days, with a visitor permit, which is much more generous than most countries that usually have more time-sensitive tourism regulations. Before you catch your flight, be sure to have a return flight booked and be prepared to provide proof of accommodation and funds to show at customs upon arrival.

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The Mexican Caribbean (which includes Cancun and Tulum) has proven to be one of the hottest destinations for traveling in the world. The area has grown significantly in the recent years and offers the best luxurious hotels, restaurants, beach clubs, condos and houses.

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