Travel blogger Lisa Homsy reveals her favorite Instagrammable places in Tulum during her visit. Tulum is known for its white sand beach and turquoise sea. Although it was her second time coming into Tulum, the chicest hotels, restaurants, and bars never cease to amaze her. For her, Tulum is pretty much made for Instagram and she just loves the bohemian and eco-friendly vibes.
Here’s Lisa’s list of the Most Instagrammable places to visit in Tulum!
The Nest was Pinterest heaven! It has the most unique lodging accommodations with woven hammocks hung throughout the villa, the natural simplistic decor is completed with locally sourced fixtures and furniture made by local craftsmen. Breakfast is the best in town, you won’t go wrong whether you choose vegan or non-vegan.
If you want to get in tune with surroundings, Azulik is the perfect place to stay. The villas were designed to bring an atmosphere for rest and reconnection. Since Azulik Beach is a nude beach they are pretty strict on letting people just go to shoot on the property.
You wouldn’t want to miss the bohemian vibe of this luxury boutique hotel in Tulum. The beach is absolutely beautiful for photos. Terracotta ceramic lanterns, little white lights strung through palm trees, teepees and even a beach bonfire!
This airy, exotic boutique hotel is inspired by the raw natural beauty of the Mayan Riviera. Made with natural materials that blend into the environment and private pools giving you the freedom and privacy you need.
Immerse yourself into paradise! La Valise is a superb place to stay if you’re looking for that perfect beach and jungle getaway. The stunning beachfront views and the beautiful rooms make it the most picturesque stay on the beach.
PAPAYA PLAYA PROJECT
Nestled in the jungle, Papaya Playa Beach Resort lets you reconnect to nature. Hands down to the best hotel for drone footage! With the pools on the rooftop of the villas, it makes for some pretty unique shots!
Coco Tulum is the best spot to sip on a mojito and watch the sun go down. Coco is known for their white beach swings, heads up the swings get occupied quickly so if catching the sunset is your goal then get there early to snag a seat! If you are just going for the photos, sunrise is also stunning!
Once owned by Pablo Escobar, this hotel is known for its impressive entranceway. Casa Malca brings nature, art and laid-back luxury to the stunning white sand beaches in Tulum.
INSTAGRAMMABLE RESTAURANTS IN TULUM
Raw Love serves the most gorgeous açai bowls in Tulum. Plus it’s one of the cutest photo locations, wooden tables and hammocks hung amongst lush greenery and sandy floors.
This has to be one of the most photographed restaurants in Tulum. It has the cutest storefront with swings and is known for its matcha drinks, bowls and ice cream.
I SCREAM BAR
This little bar with the turquoise tuk-tuk parked outside serves up the best coconut ice cream!
MACONDO AT NOMADE
Think Morocco meets Mexico! Macondo offers a variety of vegan, gluten-free and vegetarian selections.