Top 5 things for tourists to know about Tulum in September

  1. About 65% of the time, I can find seawater nearly sargassum-free, especially at low tide after a rain.

    Sargassum is a seaweed invading Caribbean beaches.

  2. The exchange rate is favorable for foreigners, in addition to haggled bargains.

    I haggled a bike price down from the listed sale price.

  3. It’s “low season” so there aren’t too many tourists.
  4. It’s so hot and humid, I sweat just thinking – without moving any external muscles.

    I’ve accepted that I will sweat all day.

  5. Cenotes are more popular due to the sargassum and heat.

    Cenotes are cool, natural, fresh water swimming holes that dot the jungle around Tulum.

Top 5 things for tourists to know about Tulum in September
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