In this report, we show you the Cheapest All-Inclusive in Tulum Mexico, and our Best Tulum Bicycle Tour.
After five weeks in Playa del Carmen, we headed 40 minutes south by Taxi to Tulum’s cheapest budget all-inclusive for 4 days and three nights.
It was during the second week in January so it was high season in the most expensive part of Mexico. So, there were no accommodations in Tulum remotely close to our normal budget.
Cheapest All-Inclusive in Tulum Mexico
So we booked 4 days and 3 nights there two people for $243 USD. That works out to $81 USD per night for 2 people including a private jungle villa, two bicycles, food, alcohol, and tours. We are not offering you this price. We are telling you what we paid at the time to stay there ourselves. You will have to check their pricing and services when you want to go.
The food included in the all-inclusive is served next door at another all-inclusive resort that is even cheaper at the time. The resort next door is an all-inclusive hostel that has both dorm and private rooms. Check their prices too if your budget requires or you like the hostel atmosphere more than the jungle villa atmosphere.
Best Tulum Bicycle Tour and Google Map
The above cheapest all-inclusive in Tulum included beach cruiser bicycles for the two of us. So, on the morning of the second day, we headed out early on our bikes to have breakfast in the inland Tulum Mexican Village. After breakfast, we took the Tulum bicycle path to the Tulum Beaches and Art scene. You will see this tour in the above video including breakfast and lunch recommendations.
We had lunch at the beach before it started to rain really hard. So we enjoyed the view of the beautiful rainy beach from our lunch restaurant at La Zebra. Eventually, the hard rain turned into a light sprinkle, so we rode our bikes back to our jungle villa. We returned to our jungle villa on the beach route as shown in the below map.
Here is the Google Map of our tour. If you click the map or this link on your smartphone, you can take our tour shown in the above video.
Here are the stops on the bicycle tour. Just remove our jungle villa from the list and add where you are staying to customize the map for your accommodations.
Best Tulum Ruins, Beach, and Google Map Tour
One of the reasons Qiang picked this cheapest all-inclusive in Tulum is so we could walk to the Tulum Ruins and Beach in the early morning before all the tourists arrived. So, on the morning of the third day, we headed out early to the Tulum Ruins which was only 900 meters from put resort.
After enjoying the Tulum Ruins and a photoshoot with Qiang, we headed to have breakfast at a beautiful beachside restaurant at Pocna Tulum Hotel (link below). It was raining on and off during the mornings so we just ducked under cover whenever the rain became strong.
Here is the Google Map of our tour. If you click the map or this link on your smartphone, you can take our tour shown in the above video. The Google Map below shows that once you exit the ruins you have to walk on a frontage road to get to the beach. But after the map takes you down a side street to the beach, just stay on the sand as you walk south. No need to return to the road.
Here are the stops on the Tulum Ruins and Beach Tour. Just remove our jungle villa from the list and add where you are staying to customize the map for your accommodations.
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