Yes, you can rent a bike to get around in Tulum, which is a bike-friendly town with many bike rental shops, and there's a dedicated bike path on the main beach road.
Uber and other ride-hailing apps are not operational in Tulum, but you can take a taxi. While it may be more expensive than renting a car or a bike, you will have a quick ride to your destination!
If you are under 25, and from 21, you can rent a car in Tulum. However, agencies may apply additional fees or restrictions, it depends on the agency.
For longer trips, it is generally better to rent a car in Tulum. However, if you just plan to hang around in the city and visit some nearby spots, renting a scooter would be the best option.
You don’t need an international driver’s license to rent a car in Tulum, you can rent a car with a valid driver's license from your home country.
Yes, it's generally safe to drive in Tulum. The traffic is not as busy as in big cities, and you can drive relaxed. You just need to be aware of some bumpy roads, but apart from that, you’ll enjoy driving
In a standard agency you pay approximately 70 usd per day, without a full coverage insurance. In the last year we've been renting cars with Renata who is renting cars at a way much lower price per day with full
Generally, it is cheaper to rent a car in Tulum than in Cancun. Moreover, you have plenty of day trips from Tulum that you can easily reach by car, so it’s a great idea to hang around and explore the