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Nativus Jungle Glamping Tulum

Finally sharing my first glamping experience in Latin America with Nativus Tulum. Yay!!

The last time I had a glamping experience was in Kenya, Africa. I would never have thought that in Tulum, Mexico there was a place where you could camp in the middle of the jungle.

So here is the tip:

I had the opportunity to stay at Nativus Tulum the last two nights before leaving for my road trip to Yucatan. And I really loved the experience! I could not have imagined a better way to close my chapter in Tulum.


Nativus Tulum is located at the end of the hotel strip just short walking steps from the Tulum beach and from the tropical jungle where there is a natural hidden cenote. Yes, you read this well. Nativus Tulum has private access to a natural cenote. How cool is this?

The location is really ideal as it is also at very short distances from some of my favorite restaurants like Charly’s vegan tacos, Matcha mama and the famous Follow Your Dreams sign.

About Nativus Tulum

Its mission is to preserve nature by offering spaces designed with natural materials to provide an authentic glamping experience in the jungle.

Nativus Tulum only offers 9 rooms whose design are authentic tents with private outdoor bathrooms.

One of my favorite parts of the rooms without a doubt were the bathrooms. Although they are outdoors you feel in a super intimate, private space surrounded by nothing else than nature.

Nativus offers all the modern and luxury facilities that a 4 star hotel could offer you,  but in a much more authentic and economic experience.

The property has Wi-Fi, daily cleaning, offers breakfast, free bicycles for its guests and the rooms are super well equipped. From sheets, towels, drinkable water, hot water and fans for those hot nights. Personally, I did not have to use the fan because the breeze really ran a lot inside the tents.

What I really like about Nativus Tulum was the common spaces as it offers many hammocks around the property, a chill lounge where you can do yoga, pilates and relax during the evenings to read a book.

But wait I haven’t mention the best part of this property. Nativus have access to a natural cenote hidden in the back of the property. This connects with a natural wooden walkway surrounded by plants – vines that lead you to a private two-story dock.

Here you can swim, sunbathe and even paddle boarding. Seeing the sunsets from the solar deck was definitely something that I liked and recommend doing. During the nights it is also a good option if you want to see the dairy life.

My experience

Its funny because when I arrived and stay at this property it actually reminded me to my glamping experiences in Africa without the wild animals lol.I

This is definitely something I would recommend doing to those people who are looking for different and unique experiences in Tulum. Whether you are a couple, family or a solo traveler like me this is an experience worth trying.

The staff of the property are all super friendly and the people who stay at this place  have a super cool vibe.

Thank you Nativus Tulum for my first glamping experience in Latin America and making my last days in Tulum memorable.

If you are looking for a guide of things to do in Tulum you can read my guide here.





My looks:

Burgundy dress: Sugar Lips

Hat: Sensi Studio

Waist bag: The Beach People

Denim shorts: Forever 21

Black top: Urban outfitters

Bandana: Sarah & Sorentino

Sandals: Malvados

Aviator sunglasses: Ray Ban

Stripe bikini: Elida Swimwear

Kimono: Sensi Studio

White dress: Bikinis & More Panama

Earings: Ettika

Olive body suit: Top Shop

Pink bikini: Gooseberry Seaside












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