On Mexico’s Riviera Maya, Tulum is a paradise for influencers and digital nomads looking for a remote working escape on a beautiful beach. All over this city, you’ll find jungle backdrops, chic hotels, and incredible art pieces worth capturing on your travels. Get your best yoga pose ready and plot out these top Tulum photo locations for your next remote working trip in Mexico.

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At this hotel, wellness space, and art gallery, you will find many beautiful backdrops for your feed, particularly on the art walk where there are beautiful sculptures and murals hidden in the jungle setting.


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The “Ven a la Luz” sculpture is one of the most iconic places in Tulum, and you’ll often see people lining up here to get their shot of it at the Ahua Resort on the beach road.

Follow That Dream Sign

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You’ll find this iconic Tulum sign on the main road. Rent a bike and get a friend to take an action shot as you ride on by.

Tulum Ruins

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There’s a lot to do in Tulum, but don’t forget about the ancient Mayan ruins that put this town on the map to begin with.

Vagalume Beach Club

Strike a pose on this boardwalk that looks like it’s being held up by a pair of giant hands, located at this popular beach club.

Playa Paraiso

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Your feed needs a beach shot if you’re going to Tulum, so make sure you spend plenty of time on the beach. If you’re not staying at a hotel with private beach access, this public beach is the next best thing.

Casa Malca

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You can pop into this hotel for lunch or a drink and enjoy all the incredible furniture and funky art pieces, plus a secret underground pool.

Cenote Calavera

The jungles around Tulum are full of cenotes—which are natural swimming pools—and one of the closest is Cenote Calavera. It's small size might mean waiting in line, but it's extremely photogenic and fun to explore.


This popular coworking and co-living chain for digital nomads of course has installed one of the most instagrammable photo spots in Tulum with a beautiful vortex-like wood installation.

Dos Ojos Cenote

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Another fabulous cenote with a bit more space for swimming, you'll find some of the most spectacular light glowing from the waters here.

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