Weather at the moment
Weather all year round
Tulum, like the rest of Yucatán, has a tropical climate with a rainy season that sees 90% of rainfall fall from June to October. Rainfall is even heavier in the south where a dense forest flourishes. The dry season in the peninsula is between November and May.
Although much more expensive than Guatemala and Honduras, Mexico remains a relatively cheap country despite inflation. In Tulum, superior quality hotels also offer rooms at very attractive prices. As for meals, it is very easy to eat "local" for a few euros! The currency is the Mexican peso, it is easy to change and pay by credit card in the city and especially in seaside resorts like Tulum. The tip is 10% of the final score at the bar or restaurant.
EU nationals do not need a visa to travel to Mexico and therefore to Tulum. The only formality to enter Mexican territory is to complete the Mexican State Tourist Card (Forma Migratoria Multiple/FMM), provided upon arrival at the airport in Mexico. It gives the right to stay in the country for a maximum of 180 days. Care must be taken not to lose it, as it is requested at the time of departure. You must also be able to present a round-trip ticket and have a passport valid for the entire duration of the stay.
To go to Mexico and Tulum, it is recommended to get vaccinated against diphtheria, tetanus, poliomyelitis and hepatitis A. Those planning a more adventurous and remote stay will also plan to protect themselves against hepatitis B, typhoid and rabies as a preventive measure. Vaccination against yellow fever is not mandatory, except for travellers coming from an exposed area in Africa or Latin America. Be careful, insect bites are easily infected in tropical environments and care should be taken to avoid small bites. Avoid bites mainly through proper clothing coverage and the use of repellents. Finally, the most common health problem you are likely to face is diarrhea.... If you decide to eat at markets or on the street, be aware that hygiene is often poor. So make sure that the dishes are well cooked and avoid raw vegetables in these areas. In a more formal restaurant, there are no more risks than elsewhere.