Home Office in TULUM, Mexico with a Local: Beach, Cenotes, Fantastic Food and Much More! πŸ”œπŸŒ΄

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Antonio

Coworking trip
What's special?
special Friendly and safe environment
special Best beach in Mexico
special Stunning cenotes
Come join me in this work/fun adventure! I will show you the best places in the area: fancy restaurants, local joints, street tacos al pastor, the best cenotes, a crystal clear beach, and morning yoga sessions for those into it. This will be a life-changing experience for everyone involved because as you might know Mexico is famous for three main things: culture, the friendliness of its people, and unforgettable food. Due to that, you might want to make it a place to come visit more often or even call it a second home. The ideal itinerary can be work from 9:00 until 17:00 and then let the pleasure begin: sunsets on the beach, dinner fit for kings, dancing if you are in the mood, or just coming back to the hostel and chilling by the pool. On the weekend we will visit the ruins of Coba and Chichen Itza plus a couple of cenotes to refresh for a bit and maybe grab a bite. For practical reasons the best way to get to Tulum is to take the bus (called ADO) once you land in Cancun (it takes about two hours). Then a short taxi ride will take you to the hostel where I will be waiting for you with a smile and a welcome drink in the lobby.

My name is Antonio. For this trip I will make sure everyone has a wonderful time. I am looking for people that have a fondness for building new friendships across borders, are English or Spanish-speaking and are open to experiencing life in this jewel of Mexico as a local with a native Mexican. I currently work as a Real Estate Agent as well specializing in the Tulum investment market so if this is something you would like to explore more I will guide you step by step on how to make that dream a reality. For starters, I could show you the best projects in the area so you could choose your best fit if that is the case.

We will be staying at the best hostel in Tulum where you can enjoy the following amenities: bar & restaurant, pool, co-working space, shared kitchen, laundry room, high speed Wi-Fi, bike rental, luggage storage, parties & activities, yoga lessons. Our home for the trip is located between downtown and the hotel zone, close to restaurants, bars, tropical fruit stands and only a bike ride away from the beach. The property has fantastic common areas surrounded by nature, spaces to relax, work and party and is home to an eclectic community of digital nomads, yogis and adventurers.

What's included?
Accommodation
Breakfast
Transportation to mayan ruins and cenote
Goodbye dinner at Mezzanine
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I'm a bachelor of communication. Highly capable in public speaking. I play tennis and traveling is my favorite sport.

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Trip Itinerary
1

Tulum Beach

Day 1-8
After having a great work shift from the best hostel in Tulum we can go to the beach and enjoy the sunset. Later on we go have dinner at the best places no one else will take you to. Finally come back and relax by the pool or if you are a late night owl you can grab some drinks at the in-house bar.
2

Coba

Day 8
This a prehispanic mayan archeological site which name probably comes from 'cob' or that which has humidity. During its highlight it had an estimated population of 50,000 inhabitants. The tour can take place either by bike or walking (up to you).
3

ChichΓ©n-ItzΓ‘

Day 8
This ancient marvel is world famous because of its light and shadow astounding event that happens every spring equinox where on one of the corners of the pyramid you can clearly see the shape of a serpent descending (in honor of the mayan god KukulkΓ‘n). Yes: the mayans where so well versed in astrology that they were able to build it positioned exactly for it to happen.
4

Two Eyes Cenote

Day 8
Located on the way to Playa del Carmen 22km north of Tulum, Cenote Dos Ojos is a true gem. Some people go there in order to do scuba diving and others just to refresh on its crystal clear waters. It is to be considered that no sunscreen is allowed and you always have to keep your life vest on.
5

Cenote Zacil-Ha

Day 8
Not all cenotes are the same. Just like no two days in Tulum might be. This one called Zacil-Ha is a very relaxed place to jump from a platform into the water where little fishes will funnily start biting your legs or feet to remove dead cells. Don't worry, more than hurting it tickles. After swimming (no skinny dipping allowed LOL) we can order the best French fries I have tried with arrachera (beef) but of course there are other options for those who don't eat meat.
Trip Summary
Accommodation
Hostel & Bed & Breakfast
8 days trip
Tulum Beach, Coba & 3 more
Transportation
Car
What's excluded?
International Flights
Transportation from/to airport
Meals
Bad mood
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