Tulum Weather February Averages, Mexico

    Tulum Weather for February 2023

    Weather lowdown

    Tulum used to be a place of solitude and worship for the Mayan kings and Gods. Now, it's a mystical and magical place that offers a unique tropical beach setting attracting millions of holidaymakers every year. With rising temperatures and lower rain chances, February is a great time to visit the Riviera Maya and a popular choice for those wanting to escape a dreary winter.

    Compared to January's 70 mm, the total rainfall amount for the month drops down to 53 mm. That amount falls over six days in the month, so you probably won't need an umbrella; any rain that does fall is typically short-lived. The chance of rain on any given day is 20 percent. With seven hours of sunshine each day, you'll also want your sunglasses, a hat, and sunscreen to protect your skin from sunburn.

    The average daily temperature during this month is 24°C (about 75°F), a near perfect temperature. The lows at night drop down to 21°C (around 70°F), still a great temperature for enjoying a walk on the beach. The highs jump up to 27°C (about 81°F), feeling more like summer than the middle of winter and a welcome change from snow and blowing winds. You can definitely do some swimming and sunbathing this month, with sea temperatures of 26°C (around 79°F).

    The highest recorded temperature for the resort in this month was a warm 35°C (about 95°F). At one point, the low dropped all the way down to 9°C (around 48°F), very chilly for this area but still a decent temperature compared to other parts of North America. Fortunately, you'll probably get temperatures closer to the average during your holiday this time of the year.

    Where to Stay

    Sanara Tulum

    With a focus on wellness and relaxation, Sanara Tulum invites guests to completely unwind during their time in Tulum. The beautiful rooms feature hardwood or marble floors, gorgeous teak furniture, and claw foot tubs. To promote total relaxation, Sanara offers daily yoga, Hatha alignments, and Full Moon Flow services with Mayan rituals. You can also visit the on-site spa to experience healing therapies and spa treatments.

    Villa Las Estrellas

    At Villa Las Estrellas, guests are treated to an intimate experience just steps from the beach in Tulum. With only nine guest rooms, you're guaranteed to get personalised service from the staff. You can choose one of the standard guest rooms or if you're traveling with a family or large group, opt for one of the three bungalows. The on-site restaurant is more like a family kitchen with a laid-back atmosphere and casual seating.


    The villas of Azulik blend seamlessly into the surrounding jungle setting, creating the perfect place to get away from it all. All of the villas have open spaces and outdoor decks or terraces to enjoy the amazing February Tulum weather. The resort is eco-friendly and off-the-grid with no phones, televisions, or electricity. Guests have access to a small private clothing-optional beach, as well as an on-site spa and restaurant.

    Eating and Drinking Out

    Raw Love

    As the name suggests, Raw Love is the spot to get vegan and raw foods in Tulum. Open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch, the restaurant has superfood breakfast bowls, wraps, sandwiches, and salads. After eating here, you'll be ready to face your day, full of healthy and good-for-you foods. It's part of the Ahau Hotel and tucked in between the cabanas on the beach that's found just outside the hotel.

    Azafran Restaurant

    A great place to grab a full breakfast in the morning, Azafran Restaurant is affordable and conveniently located. When you dine here, you can choose to eat outside in the beautiful garden under gorgeous white canopies. One of the most popular items on the menu is the hangover breakfast, good for what ails you after a night out on the town. You can also get fresh-made omelets, crepes, and freshly-squeezed orange juice.

    Taqueria La Eufemia

    For a bite to eat right on the beach, Taqueria La Eufemia is an affordable option. The food stand serves up inexpensive street tacos, fried fish, seafood, and fried sides like jalapeno poppers. You can also get beer and cocktails to take with you on the beach. Along with sun and sand on the beach, you'll get to enjoy live music as you dine on the yummy foods. The friendly staff makes the experience complete. 

    Things to Do

    Temple of Doom

    Advanced divers wanting to add to their diving resumes should check out the Temple of Doom, also called Cenote Esqueleto. The Temple of Doom, as the name suggests, is not for the faint-hearted or inexperienced diver. This famous cenote allows you to drop through a hole in the forest floor down into the sinkhole cavern and explore the various haloclines and bone-white walls.

    Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve

    A trip to Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve will give you the opportunity to eyeball some wonderful underwater creatures such as sea turtles, dolphins, and star fish while you snorkel the reefs within the park. The nature reserve is located just outside of Tulum and offers a variety of tours including bird watching, Mayan ruins, the Sian Ka'an canal, and fly fishing. You can also explore the lagoons on a boat tour through the natural mangrove canals.

    Mexico Kan Tours

    If you're not sure where to start when exploring all Tulum has to offer, consider a guided tour with Mexico Kan Tours. The company offers excursions to Sian Ka'an, the Coba Monkey Reserve, Chichen Itza, Valladolid, and Cenote Dzinup. You can also check out the company's snorkeling tours, kayaking and canoeing excursions, and bird watching expeditions. Open to guests of all ages and activity levels, the tours are a great way to see the Riviera Maya.

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