Nômade Tulum is located at the southernmost tip of the Riviera Maya, on a stretch of white sand and turquoise water that borders the dense Yucatan jungle. Today, the rugged, pristine coastal region is home to some of Mexico’s best preserved ruins, mystical cenotes, underwater caves, and the largest protected coastal area in Mexico, the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve.
Pre-Columbian people called Tulum “the City of Dawn”, as it was the southwestern most point of the Mayan Empire and the first place touched by the rising sun. Deep cerulean pools and underwater caves called cenotes were believed to be an entrance into the underworld, and depictions of the Diving God can be found on doorways and artifacts.
We celebrate the rich heritage of this ancient culture with ceremonies, rituals, traditional cuisine and seasonal programming that highlights the sacred wisdom of this land. We wish for Tulum to remain as a unique paradise, where the magic, culture and mystique of the Ancient Maya can be seen and felt.
We wish for Tulum to remain as a unique paradise, where the magic, culture and mystique of the Ancient Maya can be seen and felt.