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  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Tulum Ruins?

    The price for luggage storage near Tulum Ruins starts from just MX$120.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Tulum Ruins?

    There are multiple locations in the Tulum Ruins area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near ADO Tulum Zona Arqueológica, Avis Car Rental, and Mex Rent a Car and all over Tulum.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Tulum Ruins?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Tulum Ruins.

  • Are there storage lockers near Tulum Ruins?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Tulum Ruins area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Tulum Ruins and in the broader Tulum area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Tulum Ruins?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Tulum Ruins are Aldea Zama 211, Hotel Iker, and Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Tulum Ruins are Straw Hat Hostel, Mayan Monkey Hotel & Hostel Tulum, and Hostel Che Tulum.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Tulum Ruins?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Tulum Ruins are Antojitos la Chiapaneca, Burrito Amor, and Rosa Negra Tulum.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Tulum Ruins?

    Check out the nearby Parque Dos aguas, Parque Nacional Tulum, and Coba Mayan Village.


About Tulum

One of the most magnificent ruined cities of the ancient Mayan Empire, Tulum is a must-see location on the Riviera Maya for anyone with an interest in the past. The Tulum ruins provide an encounter with a vanished civilization that is hard to beat anywhere else in the world, and these are some of the most spectacular Mayan ruins anywhere in Mexico. Even if you're not particularly interested in archaeology, it's impossible not to be swept away by the incredible Tulum ruins and the mysterious history they represent.

Plus, along with the ruins themselves, the Tulum ruins area has some great things to do, and it's not all that far from downtown Cancun. Whether you want to explore other Mayan ruins along the Riviera Maya, check out downtown Tulum, or go exploring at Playa Del Carmen, there are almost endless options for enjoying yourself here.

But these spectacular ruins are no place for heavy bags. To make the most of Tulum ruins, you'll want to store luggage at a nearby luggage storage. Tulum has a few of those available, thanks to Bounce. By partnering with local businesses in Tulum and around the world, Bounce makes visiting Tulum a breeze. Drop off your unneeded items at a Tulum ruins luggage storage and get ready for an unforgettable encounter with the past.

Top attractions near Tulum

Tulum ruins are themselves one of the top attractions in the area. However, this is an area of Mexico that is almost embarrassingly rich in great things to do. With Mayan ruins, exceptional beaches, vibrant cities, and beautiful nature at your fingertips, you'll never run out of activities here. Leave the bags behind at a Tulum ruins luggage storage and check out some of these nearby attractions.

Tulum Beach luggage storage

Enjoy the beach lifestyle at Tulum Beach. Located right next to the Tulum ruins area, this beautiful beach offers crystal clear water that's as warm as a bathtub, endless white sand to stretch out on and enjoy the sunshine, and even beautiful local wildlife, such as sea turtles if you're lucky. This beach and the busy town that has grown up around it are where you'll find plenty of restaurants and bars to spend some time. The beach doesn't offer anything in terms of luggage storage, so store your bags in Tulum before you head to the water.

Tulum luggage storage

Experience urban life in Tulum town. Right next to the Tulum ruins area, this town offers great restaurants and bars, plus some interesting things to do outside Tulum ruins. Check out the iconic Tulum Tower or Museo de la Cultura Maya Park, where you can enjoy more Mayan artifacts in the open air and get some exercise while you're doing it. You can also rent bikes near Tulum ruins to explore on two wheels. There are many gift shops and other enticing stores in town if you're looking for a souvenir or two. Make things easy on yourself and use a Bounce luggage storage in the center so you're not carrying too much before you wander, shop, or go for a bike ride.

Gran Cenote luggage storage

Combine nature and history at this grand cenote. For the ancient Mayan civilization, cenotes were about the only source of freshwater on the arid Mayan Riviera. But these limestone sinkholes are also fantastic places to swim and explore. There are hundreds of cenotes around the Tulum ruins area, but this is one of the most spectacular. Here, you can swim in the cool crystal-clear waters or rent snorkeling equipment to peer underwater at the underground caverns as you float above them.

Xel-Há Park luggage storage

This nearby waterpark is an incredible place to spend the day in the area. You can snorkel through a lazy river, swim with dolphins, spend some time on the beach, and watch traditional Mayan ceremonies and games re-created the way they once were at Tulum. A perfect combination of history and the natural world, this exciting park is guaranteed to be hit with the whole family and is one of the best places to explore while visiting Tulum.

This waterpark does have luggage storage in the form of lockers, but they can fill up fast during the busy tourist season and won't be able to accommodate large bags. Luckily, Bounce can.

Transport options at Tulum ruins

Tulum bus station luggage storage

Many different tour operators offer buses to Tulum from various resorts up and down the coast, known as the hotel zone. You can take an ADO bus direct from Cancún Airport if you prefer to travel by yourself, too. Plus, it's always possible to take a taxi, or you could split the cost of a private car hire with a group of friends to keep things cheaper.

Local tips and insider info

  • December to April is the major tourist season in this area, with March being the absolute busiest time, so if you don't like crowds, it's better to plan to visit some other time of year. The rainy season lasts from May to September, so your best bet for enjoying these magnificent ruins is to visit between October to early December. The weather is delightfully warm, but the crowds are less than they are at other times of the year.
  • Bring water. The ancient city of Tulum is absolutely drenched in sun all year round, and exploring the magnificent temples and other buildings will soon cause you to work up a thirst. There are vendors on site who will sell you water, but it's always better to be as independent as possible and bring your own. You can stop at a grocery store in downtown Tulum on your way to the ruins to store luggage in a local luggage storage and pick up some water while you're at it.
  • Don't rush it. Tulum itself is a massive site, and with beaches, cenotes, and interesting cities in the area, there's much more to see here than just the Tulum ruins. Budget two to three days to stay in this area, and you'll get to really enjoy what it has to offer.


There are lots of things to enjoy when you visit Tulum ruins and the surrounding area, and taking the opportunity to store luggage at a luggage storage is the first step to enjoying your trip. If you're looking for luggage storage, Tulum has plenty of options. You can leave your things at Cancun Airport, find a luggage storage at Playa Del Carmen Airport, or drop them off at nearby Playa Blanca. Wherever you choose to take advantage of nearby luggage storage, the Tulum ruins are an incredible place to explore and one you'll never forget.

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