If you really want to get back to basics in terms of the food you’re eating during your time in Tulum, then you have come to the right place. Pretty much everything is fresh, local, and either grilled or baked. Of course, you can also find typical Yucatan cuisine, which includes traditional dishes with fish, sauces made with bitter orange, traditional tacos, and much more.
After all those water activities, it can be nice to relax and spend some time meditating. Tulum is probably one of the best places in the Riviera Maya to try to find inner peace, as the environment lends itself to relaxation and meditation. Just sign up for a class, follow all the instructions of your teacher, and soon you’ll find yourself in tropical nirvana.