Airkeep | Luggage Storage Network in Latin America

Visiting Tulum and you don't know what to do with your luggage?


If you have to do a long stopover or if you have already checked out where you were staying, the fact of having to travel around a city carrying your luggage does not allow you to enjoy your trip as you should. You will take longer having to carry the weight of the suitcases and also for the space they occupy, making it difficult for you to travel through popular tourist places.

At Airkeep we have a network of keepairs with which you can store your luggage in Tulum. Our keepairs are hotels, hostels, cafes, shops and restaurants, perfect for you to leave your luggage and enjoy carefree.

How to store luggage with Airkeep?

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Step 1

Find and choose the best place for you
Paso 2

Step 2

Store your bags in our network of hotels and local stores in Tulum. Quote, book and pay online!
Paso 3

Step 3

Drop your your luggage with our keepairs
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Step 4

Keep traveling without unnecessary weight!
Each Airkeep's booking has an insured of US$ 200 per luggage

How much cost store your luggage with Airkeep?

Precios
1 day US $7 by item per day
2 a 13 days US $5 by item per day
13 a 30 days US $65 by item
+30 days US $2,20 by item per day

Tulum


Tulum is located at the southern tip of the Riviera Maya, at Quintana Roo, Mexico. The name means "wall". It is believed that it was named for the many ruins found in the city. It is an excellent option for lovers of adventure, excursions, culture, history, gastronomy and especially beach tourism.

This city is perfect for you to travel with family, friends, partner and even yourself to meet new people, cultures and experiences never before lived. The climate is perfect to enjoy day and night and not miss anything that the wonderful beaches and views have for you. There are options for all kinds of budgets and preferences, and you can even take day trips to other famous places like Playa del Carmen.

What to visit in Tulum?

  • Las Pinturas
  • Tulum archaeological zone
  • El Gran Cenote
  • Cenote Dos Ojos
  • Cenote Esqueleto
  • Ruinas de Cobá
  • Sian Ka’an
  • Laguna Bacalar
  • Parque Museo de la Cultura Maya
  • Playa Paraíso
  • Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe

Where to stay in Tulum?

Staying in the center of Tulum is perfect because it is a place where you can find a supermarket, shops, souvenirs, restaurants, and at more accessible prices. Then, La Veleta is a luxurious residential area where foreigners and nationals even build their vacation homes. On the other hand, the Hotel Zone is right in front of the sea and you can find accommodation of all budgets, although it is usually a bit more expensive and is close to the famous Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve. Here is a list of the best sectors to stay in the city:

Where to store luggage in Tulum?

Tips to facilitate your stay in Tulum

What currency is used in Tulum?
The currency in Mexico is the mexican peso. We recommend you to travel with dollars and exchange them at the airport or in the exchange offices in the city.
What plugs (eletricity) are used in Tulum?
The plugs in Tulum are compatible with plugs of type A and B. The common voltage is 127 V. The frequency is 60 Hz.
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How to move in Tulum?

To get from the Cancun airport to Tulum, which is 1 hour and a half away, it is advisable to move through the ADO buses. There are also Mayab buses that are a cheaper option, depending on factors such as distance, among others. The approximate prices are $200 - $270 Mexican pesos (US$10 - US $13) and if you travel from downtown Cancun to Tulum around $ 180 Mexican pesos (US $9). The bus terminals, public and private, are located in downtown Tulum and almost anywhere in the city, where you can buy tickets.

You can also opt for a taxi. These are used to transport to different places from the center of Tulum and the price varies depending on the distance and place to which you want to travel. For example, traveling between the streets of the town costs around $30 - $60 Mexican pesos (US $1.5 - US $3), traveling to the center of the beach strait can cost between $85 - $125 Mexican pesos (US $4 - US $6), go The famous Cenotes can cost up to $300 Mexican pesos (US $15) and so on.

Another very common option used by locals and foreigners within the city is the bicycle. This is a very comfortable way to visit the town, the beaches and take a walk around the entire area.