YES! You can apply for one here - https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports.html
Tulum averages a high of 85 and a low of 78 in the month of October. Please keep in mind that while majority of the rain has concluded for the season, the humidity is still around 80% on average. Lighter and breathable clothing options are recommended. Portable mini fans for the win!
We would have let you know. Additionally, when you type in your name into the RSVP tab on the website, it will list (all) the of the people in your party that are invited.
We are kindly requesting adults only for both the ceremony and reception, we hope you can understand. You're welcome to bring them along to any other weekend activities. Several couples are making this a weekend trip and bringing family or grandparents to watch their littles ones during festivities!
Sunblock, sunglasses, bug spray, frizz-control products, swim suit, light weight clothes, shoes to walk in -- remember, it's going to be in the mid-80s and humid! While we're staying on the beach, the Wedding will be hosted on the jungle side.
Tropical Attire Suggestions: Sundresses, floral prints, short-sleeved button-downs, suits in lighter hues, sandals & dress shoes. Things to note: The wedding and ceremony spaces are both outdoors, nestled on the jungle side of Tulum. While we hope for an ocean breeze, it will likely be warm and humid to start the evening. In addition, the ceremony space is accessed up a large cement staircase, and will be held on the terrace. The terrace itself is covered in somewhat loose gravel. Heals may not be the best choice for the evening.
Nearly all establishments will take Visa or MasterCard, however American Express is harder to find. Note: There are some place that are cash only, so have some on hand. USD is accepted but try to convert it to pesos to save money.
No. Only form of transportation is shuttle services, or taxis. We recommend renting bikes (apx $5 USD) for hopping around town. For longer distances, set a firm price with taxi driver BEFORE accepting a ride. We will be providing day of wedding transportation from Hotel Akkuun to the venue.
While Mexico has experiences a surge in drug- related violence, Tulum has remained a relatively safe travel destination. Travelers should exercise common sense when traveling to a foreign country: for example - don't walk around ALONE at night, stick with a buddy, lock the doors to your rooms, keep passports locked away, don't bring anything of high value. Both Nick & I had a wonderful experience during our scouting trip & would never advise going anywhere that puts our loved ones at risk. Please be smart and drink responsibly.