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Where to buy Souvenirs in Tulum: Everything you need to know

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Where to buy souvenirs in Tulum

Make your visit to Tulum a memorable one by finding the perfect souvenirs! Take in all of what this stunning destination has to offer, and make sure you bring back some unique items as souvenirs. In this article, we will provide some tips on where you can buy remarkable gifts for everyone on your list while traveling through Tulum – let’s get shopping! 


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Where to Buy Souvenirs in Tulum
Where to Buy Souvenirs in Tulum

Tulum Pueblo – Tulum Center

The Center (Tulum Pueblo) is the ultimate destination to go shopping in Tulum! It’s a quaint and rustic little town, so there are no malls or large stores here – instead, you’ll find plenty of options at affordable prices. When it comes to souvenirs, look no further than Tulum Pueblo, where you can pick up fashionable items and handcrafted Mexican souvenirs that will last a lifetime.

If you’re looking for something special during your visit to the city, be sure to check out our small shops! Everything from general items and handmade accessories, colorful clothing pieces and fabrics, souvenirs from the area such as miniature skulls and glasses, plus shoes, and bags – indeed something for everyone. With quality materials paired with excellent taste in design – it’s a real temptation we guarantee you’ll love.

Flea Market
Flea Market

Tents and flea markets

When searching for the perfect souvenirs in Tulum, explore the stalls and fairs throughout Tulum Pueblo. With such a small town, you won’t have difficulty locating one as you walk around or bike in the town! The best part? You can find anything your heart desires with prices that won’t break your budget – similar to what’s offered at Centro but with even better deals.

Tulum Beach

Tulum Beach is the ultimate destination for affluent and trendy travelers, boasting an impressive array of high-end luxurious boutique hotels.

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🏨 Hotels: I have found that Expedia and consistently have the best deals on hotels and resorts in Mexico. If you prefer to stay at a vacation rental, check VRBO that is usually cheaper than AirBnB’s added fees!

✈️ Flights: To find the best flight deals to Mexico, I always use Kayak. Remember to subscribe to their price alerts for the travel dates you want. Another great alternative for flight deals is Expedia.

🚗 Rental Cars: I always use and highly recommend Discover Cars because it allows me to compare several car rental companies and view ratings on various factors such as overall value, pick-up procedure, agent efficiency, car condition, and total time taken.

🚙 Cancun Airport Transportation: For the fastest and easiest way to travel, I suggest arranging a private transfer with Cancun Airport Transportation. Honestly, no better way to travel from the airport to your hotel or resort.

🤿 Tours & Activities: For tours and activities in Mexico, I highly recommend using either Viator or GetYourGuide. These websites offer a full refund if you cancel your booking 24 hours before the start of the tour, and they also provide excellent customer service in case of any issues.

🚨 Travel Insurance: I always suggest purchasing travel insurance as a precaution before traveling, especially after a recent accident in a taxi in Mexico. For short trips, I recommend Travel Insurance Master, whereas for digital nomads, Safety Wing is a better option.

📷 Best Camera for your trip: I always carry with me a GoPro, It’s light, compact, takes great video and pictures, and most importantly, it’s waterproof! You just can’t go wrong with one. If you are interested in higher quality video and photography, I always carry with me on my trips and highly recommend the Sony A7IV which I think is the best travel DSLR Camera out there.

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