Ever since the glamping trend came about, I’ve been dying to have a luxurious, boho, outdoor experience. Camping with a twist, glamping has made an international name for itself – giving you the chance to stay outdoors, without the need to give up all comfort and “rough it.”
Glamping locations of course vary – while I couldn’t afford the $1000+ safari tent in Africa or the $500 treehouse in Bali, I was happy to find an extremely affordable option in Tulum, Mexico.
Harmony Glamping and Boutique Hotel is located in the city area of Tulum, and cost less than $50 a night for a private 2-person tent. I was sold!
On-site is an amazing restaurant, Flow Tulum, as well as hammocks, and a pool with a giant flamingo floatie. Bikes are available to rent, and they are even building an outdoor yoga studio. If you don’t want to stay in a tent, suites are available as well. We stayed one night in a suite that had a shared balcony. (Nice and spacious, but the tents seemed to be more clean.)
There are 6 bell tents on property, each with a different theme. The tents are equipped with complimentary wifi, fans, and locks for your tent. Our theme was ‘Shiva’, with cute decor throughout our tent with Buddhist influence.
There are no bathrooms in the tent, but there are separate men and women bathrooms outside with individual stalls. Outside bathrooms aren’t my favorite, but I couldn’t complain for such a good price.
Our first glamping experience was a definite success. Harmony Glamping was a beautiful spot that delivered all the expected Tulum vibes. The onsite restaurant served up healthy and delicious options, and the pool was the perfect place to lounge after breakfast. We always felt safe and comfortable, and it’s definitely a great option for those on a budget.
Harmony Glamping and Boutique Hotel
Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico
+52 (984) 871-2576