How To Do Tulum In The Native Boho Style

how to do tulum in the native boho style


Once a languorous beach town, Tulum has come a long way over the last decade. Now, a blossoming wellness hub with a party scene that rivals Ibiza’s, Tulum has become a destination for the style set to unwind (thanks, in part, for fashion photographer Mario Testino who purchased property and had photoshoots here and there, officially putting it on the map). The laid-back bohemian town’s currency, however, is and always will be spirituality. “A hub for barefoot bohemians and glamorous goddesses, Tulum is a Mayan hideaway that perfectly distills the Gypset lifestyle,” author Julia Chaplin, known for her Gypset series of books for Assouline including Tulum Gypset, writes, “An off-grid escape for nomadic creatives, it is a playground for spirituality and community.”  Read on for the luxurious stays, fabulous food, and things to do in a place where ancient ruins meet tropical waters with a jungle backdrop.

Signature to architect Sebastian Sus’s design aesthetic, Nômade Tulum infuses earthy elements with moroccan flairs such as mismatched carpets and colorful poufs surrounding low tables. Strewn with embroidered cushions, the rooms range from air-conditioned tents and jungle rooms to oceanfront suites, many with private pools…

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