Blair Badge | TULUM + AKUMAL
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31 Dec TULUM + AKUMAL

ATTIRE

For me, lightweight loungewear is the only way to look semi-chic in humid climates. I love the sun, loathe humidity – and would honestly rather be in my Triangl bikini for the entire vacay.

But for those non-beach excursions in Akumal + Tulum I opted for these breezy staples:

aritzia jersey romper [same | similar | dress]
all-white lounge dress [#1 | #2 | #3]
community veritas shirt [same | budget]
arizona birkenstocks [same | budget]
loxley leather rucksack [same]
woven straw hat [oversized | similar | similar]

STAY

We stayed the week at Tao Residences in Akumal. A quiet, private community – ideal for some R&R but close enough to the action in Tulum (20 minute drive). Plus, Tao includes an on-site spa [try their holistic massage], jungle cafe + lap pools.

OFF THE BEATEN PATH

An absolute must – off-roading to Cenotes Dos Ojos in Quintana Roo. Although the water was a bit chilly, we took the plunge sans wetsuits. Go in the early morning to avoid droves of tourists [and for a peaceful swim].

Head to Chamico’s for authentic beach cuisine. Quite a drive down down a long dirt road [with no signage], but certainly worth the trip. We opted for a spread of ceviche + margs. You can’t beat this gorgeous view too!

IN TULUM

Gitano – Chic jungle dining. We ended up here for a couple dinners + late night mezcal cocktails.

Restaurare – Unique vegan cuisine + mixed drinks.

Arca – Sit at the bar. Cozy ambience + minimalist decor. We loved their spin on traditional cocktails.

Gitano Tulum
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