Tulum is an excellent destination in the Mexican Caribbean because it offers the visitor a true disconnection from all the hustle of cities and also allows to enjoy the authentic nature paradise.
Thanks to its vast offer of beaches, hotels, restaurants, and activities, Tulum has become the center of entertainment and fun that undoubtedly guarantees to the visitors their best vacations. However, what could you do if you are in Tulum and there is rain?
Here are some options for what things to do on a rainy day in Tulum:
Consume the delights of Tulum´s cuisine
Don´t let the rain stop your plans to enjoy your vacations. Taste a delicious dish with a local artisanal drink in the wide range of gastronomic places of this town, such as Rosa Negra, space where there is a tribute to Latin American cuisine, with typical dishes from Peru, Argentina, Colombia, Brazil, and of course, Mexico.
On the other hand, if your intention is to eat the delights of the sea, an unmissable place is Camello Jr., a restaurant where the quality of the ingredients and the portions are guaranteed at a good price.
Visit the ecotourism attractions of Tulum
If you like strong emotions, there are cenotes and secret rivers that let you enjoy the environment despite the rain. According to Trip Advisor, the most popular ecotourism places are Cenote Carwash or Aktun-Ha, Cenote House or Cenote Manati, Cenote Zacil Ha, Cenote Dos Ojos, Enchanted Cenote, Grand Cenote or Cenote Skeleton.
In addition, you can visit the Punta Laguna Reserve, the Kaan Luum Lagoon, the Sac Actun and Labnaha Cenote caves, as well as the Tulum Monkey Sanctuary.
Know the art and local culture of Tulum
Cultural events can´t be missed in a heavenly place like Tulum. For this reason, you must visit places such as Tulum Art Club, a space that is nourished by the visit of artists, architects, filmmakers, photographers, musicians, among others; who give rise to the debate, promotion, and celebration of various forms and cultural expressions. Also, while you enjoy the fine arts, you can delight your palate with the delights of the cafeteria.
Meanwhile, Balam Art on Feathers is a very special place made by Mexicans. In this place, you can admire the art of painting on bird feathers; this technique has its origins in the pre-Hispanic Mayan times. It is considered a symbol of artistic expression of our ancestors and shows the degree of refinement achieved by the Mayan civilization.