Luxury Tulum Holidays

Laidback luxury in Mexico


Holidays in Tulum take you to a stunning coastal town on the edge of the Caribbean Sea in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. Tulum is a popular destination known for its pristine white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and laid back, bohemian atmosphere. Offering a unique blend of ancient Mayan culture, rich jungles and modern amenities, it is the perfect destination for those seeking adventure and relaxation.  

Visitors can explore the nearby Mayan ruins of Tulum, swim in beautiful waters or try a new water activity such as snorkelling, diving or paddleboarding. If you’re looking for a destination that offers natural beauty, a rich history and modern comfort, then Tulum has it all. Whether you’re travelling solo, with friends, or family, Tulum has something for everyone.  

A Sovereign holiday to Tulum allows you to relax knowing everything is taken care of by your own Personal Travel Planner. We’ve got over 50 years' experience in tailoring luxury holidays, so you’re in good hands. Start making that dream trip a reality, it’s only a call away... 
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Your plans, our expertise

Start planning your Sovereign holiday by getting in touch with one of our Personal Travel Planners.

Lines open: Monday to Saturday 09:00 to 17:30, Bank Holidays 10:00 to 16:00.

Our pick of the top hotels in Tulum

Every one of our hotels is handpicked and personally visited by our team

Flight Information

Flight time from the UK is around 11 hours.

Transfer Time

Transfer time from Cancun airport to Tulum is approximately 1 hour 25 minutes. 

When to go

Mexico is a year-round beach destination, with temperatures rarely dipping below 20°C – even in winter. The summer months are at their hottest between May and September, which have average temperatures of 28°C. While short rain showers are possible, they are helpful in taking the edge off the heat.

Visa Information

UK citizens travelling to Mexico do not currently require a visa. You will need to fill out a tourist card, which you will be provided with on arrival.


Mexico has a tipping etiquette similar to the USA. Service employees typically receive little or no base salary, so tips make up the bulk of their salary. Try to tip about 15% of the bill in restaurants and bars unless the bill includes propina (gratuity). Taxi drivers do not usually get tipped unless they have provided an extra service like loading or unloading your bags.

Introduction to languages

The official language of Mexico is Spanish. English is widely spoken too, so getting by is easy.

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What our guests think

We've been finding people their own slice of paradise for 50 years, and like to think we're pretty good at it. 
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