Tulum is a year-round destination, but most of our guests would avoid the “hurricane months”. In which case, the best time to visit Tulum is between November through end of March. If you’re concerned about crowds and high hotel costs, avoid January to March. To ensure less rain, avoid June, September, and October – which experience the highest amounts of rainfall.
Here is a breakdown:
|Not too many hotel deals or activities availability due to the high season. Temperatures are usually quite nice, high 70s and high 80s, and there’s always that slight chance of rain, but rarely. The ruins and public cenotes will be packed.
|April – June
|In late spring, accommodation rates may drop, but the temperatures will get hot. Keep in mind, hurricane season starts in June; try to plan your trip for early spring to avoid the start of the heavy rains or downpours.
|From mid-summer to early Autumn, Tulum is in hurricane season and the accommodations offer the best deals of the year. However, with these unbelievable rates, there is a risk of bad storms and rain fall. Even if there isn’t a hurricane, you can count on several rainy days (September and October see some of the highest amounts of rainfall) and super hot temps (highs in the 90s).
|This is the “sweet spot”, as the temperatures fall to the low 80s and the hurricane season slides away. By early winter, many tourists will arrive and rates will surely double during the holidays (Dec 24-Jan 1).
Let our team help you plan your Tulum trip. See our concierge services here.
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