Buried in the depths of the jungle in Quintana Roo, Mexico lies the sacred town of Tulum. Through the razor sharp palms and rough terrain you will find dozens of shore-to-table restaurants, Brooklyn-worthy boutiques, yoga destinations and quaint resorts.
Small, trendy restaurants that are tucked away within the trees worth taste-testing include Canopia (Thai), Gitanos, Hartwood, Papaya Playa Project's Beach Club, Mur Mur and Casa Jaguar. These restaurants stand out for their inviting atmosphere, eclectic decor, modern & copper appliances and massive coal ovens.
Artisanal and hand-made boutiques line the main dirt drag of Tulum, and they are filled with leather goods, beaded jewelry, metal work and woven accessories. Quaint, eco-friendly resorts with a lack of electricity become the main habitat for explorative visitors. Papaya Playa Project is a must-stay-at resort where beachfront bungalows line the shore and free yoga is offered at 8:30am every morning.
This town is perfect for those searching for their next hidden gem and intriguing escape for the urban and fashionably minded individual.