top of page


Are you a digital nomad looking for your next adventure? Tulum, Mexico might just be the perfect destination for you! With its laid-back beach town vibes, vibrant culture, and growing community of remote workers, Tulum has become a top spot for digital nomads in recent years. But what exactly makes Tulum such an appealing destination for this new breed of travelers. Let´ s dive into the destination:

  1. Weather

  2. Cost of Living

  3. Nomad Vibe


Tulum has a tropical climate, with warm temperatures and high humidity. Here's what you need to know about the weather:

  • High Season (November to April): It's the most popular time for tourists and digital nomads due to pleasant weather, sunny days, and minimal rainfall. Temperatures range from 77°F to 88°F (25°C to 31°C).

  • Rainy Season (May to October): Tulum experiences higher humidity and regular rainfall during these months. While it might rain frequently, the showers are often short-lived, and the region remains lush and green. Temperatures range from 77°F to 91°F (25°C to 33°C).

How does that impact you as a digital nomad?

  • High Tourist Season (November to April): Delightful weather with plenty of sunshine attracts tourists, but it can be crowded and more commercialized.

  • Rainy Season (May to October): Quieter atmosphere and lower prices make it ideal for focused work, but heavier rainfall and seaweed on the beaches may impact the beach experience.

  • Sargassum Season: Occasionally, seaweed washes up on the beaches, affecting the coastal aesthetics. It can be a drawback for those valuing beachfront workspaces and leisure, but some nomads embrace it as a natural occurrence.


Tulum is actually quite affordable, especially when compared to certain Western countries. Here's a rough breakdown of the costs:

  • Accommodation: Prices for short-term rentals can differ depending on where you're looking and what you're after. You'll find co-living spaces, hostels, and private rentals to suit different budgets. For a decent one-bedroom apartment, you can expect to pay anywhere from $600 to $1500 per month.

  • Food: Eating out at local restaurants can be budget-friendly, especially if you go for some delicious traditional Mexican food. On average, a meal in a mid-range restaurant might set you back around $10 to $20. But hey, cooking at home with ingredients from local markets can help you save some cash!

  • Transportation: Tulum is a bike-friendly town, and renting a bicycle can be a cost-effective way to get around. Scooter is an upgraded solution too. Alternatively, taxis and colectivos (shared vans) are common modes of transportation although isn´t the cheapest considering other transportation cost around the region and overall Mexico. Gasoline is relatively expensive.


Tulum has a vibrant and diverse community of digital nomads. Here's what you can expect in terms of the nomad vibe:

  • Community Events: Tulum is a hotspot for digital nomads, organizing frequent meetups, workshops, and networking events. These gatherings offer awesome chances to connect with fellow nomads who share similar interests.

  • Coworking Spaces: Tulum has coworking spots that are perfect for digital nomads. They even organize social events, so you can network while enjoying a great environment.

  • Cafes and Beach Clubs: Lots of cafes in Tulum have free Wi-Fi and a chill vibe, which makes them favorite spots for remote work. And guess what? Beach clubs are cool with digital nomads working while soaking up the awesome ocean views.

  • Yoga and Wellness: Tulum is famous for its wellness scene. Lots of nomads here are into yoga, meditation, cacao ceremonies, and holistic therapies. It's the perfect place for anyone looking to live a balanced lifestyle.

  • Cultural Diversity: Tulum draws in nomads from different backgrounds and nationalities, resulting in a vibrant cultural exchange. Connecting with people from diverse walks of life is a big part of the nomad experience here.

tulum turquoise ocean and sky
tulum pristine beach


bottom of page