Are you looking for the best place to spend Christmas in Mexico? Tulum is the answer! This spectacular jewel of blue sea and architectural remains is appreciated worldwide for its intense beauty throughout the whole year, and Christmas has to be included among the best times you can choose for your vacation in the area.

So, if you’re planning to give yourself a break this year and you just want to spend Christmas in one of the most breathtaking locations in the world, choose Tulum and you’ll enjoy the most incredible tropical getaway, the gorgeous Caribbean coastline and amazing temperatures around 75 degrees throughout December.

Tulum is definitely the best place to spend Christmas in Mexico because there is so much you can see, so much you can do, so much you can experience.

 

The best place to spend Christmas in Mexico? Here is what you can do in Tulum!

Let’s take a look at some of the most interesting events you can partake in while you enjoy your Christmas stay in Tulum, Mexico:

  • Las Posadas: this is one of the most appreciated Mexican traditions, and they take place each year around December 12 to 24. It is like a huge Christmas street party with large parades filled with dancing and singing revelers. It is also the perfect occasion to enjoy the amazing products sold by the many vendors positioned along the streets: from beautiful necklaces to delicious street food. A must try are Tamales, atole and various types of ponche.
  • Christmas Eve: Tulum is the best place to spend Christmas in Mexico because its celebrations on December 24 really are magnificent. The festivities begin after the late night mass, at midnight, where visitors from all over the world are welcome – no matter their religion. After mass, the entire city starts buzzing with parties, many restaurants stay open throughout the night and drinks are especially enjoyable. The special drink for Christmas Eve is hot-spiced spirit, or the very Mexican Noche Buena beer. Did you know that Nochebuenas – poinsettias in English, which have become a symbol for Christmas worldwide, are native to Mexico?
  • Christmas Dinner: several restaurants in Tulum will be open for the occasion and, typically, they will offer you some local holiday favorites in addition to the traditional holiday meal.
  • New Year’s Eve: if you are planning to stay in Tulum up until the New Year’s celebrations, remember that this festive night of the year is celebrated much the same in Mexico as it is in the United States, and that means partying all night. The main difference is that you will be surrounded by the spectacular Caribbean panoramas, enjoying your perfect tropical vacations, feet in the sand!

 

Are you ready to spend Christmas in Mexico? The many beauties of Tulum are waiting for you!