June 2, 2021
In October 2019, Taverna Trips hosted it’s 3rd official trip in Tulum, Mexico. The group trip was led by Taylor of @tavernatravels. The weekend brought together an incredible group of solo female travelers, who started as strangers and ended the trip as friends!
Date: October 11-14th
Location: Tulum, Mexico
What: Ladies Group Trip
The ladies stayed in an adorable boutique hotel in Tulum Center. Located in the center, we had direct access to tons of amazing restaurants, with the beach only a short drive or bike ride away. The group members shared rooms (however private rooms are always available at an additional cost). The hotel offered a delicious breakfast and daily happy hour for poolside afternoon margaritas.
The weekend trip to Mexico began with welcome drinks and a taco crawl all around Tulum Center. Taco spots ranged from fancy to local, with lots of margaritas in between.
The second day of the Tulum, Mexico group trip was jam-packed with adventures. The ladies started the morning with an early trip out of the city to the Coba Mayan ruins. From ancient ruins to jungle vibes, this was the best way to start a full day.
After lots of walking and a hearty meal, it was time to visit Choo-Ha Cenote. This cenote is located just a few minutes down the road, and is considerably less busy than those closer to Tulum. On the way back to Tulum we stopped by the interactive art exhibit, Azulik Uh May.
After a dip in the pool (and some poolside drinks), it was time to head to an evening of cooking. The group spent the evening at Lily’s home, learning all of the secrets to making the perfect taco.
It wouldn’t be a vacation to Tulum without a day on the beach. We woke up for a beach sunrise, followed by beachfront yoga and a big breakfast with our toes in the sand. We spent the day soaking up the sun, eating well, and exploring Tulum’s beachfront area.
With only one morning left on the trip, we had to find time to squeeze in one more cenote. The group visited the famous Gran Cenote and swam around in the turtle filled waters. It was time to say goodbye to Mexico and new friends!