Category Archives: Tulum

Day Zero Festival: Tulum 2022

Today I wanted to talk about a festival I’ve been attending for years and I highly recommend it to electronic music lovers. The Day Zero Tulum takes place now on January 10, 2021 and has a special Line Up that includes Damian Lazarus, DJ tennis, Bedouin and many more.

You can buy your ticket through this link:
https://dayzerofestival.com/tickets/

The Day Zero experience is based on the pillars of immersion and cultural connectivity, sharing space between the ancient world and modern humanity. From sunset to sunrise, every moment is woven into the energy structure of the place. This connection with the environment and the self is what helped create the ideal environment to experience the best electronic music in the world.

The essential connection to the natural world and the local community guided Day Zero’s commitment to promoting an environmental sustainability program that will ensure the event’s continued return to the old land. The Day Zero team is dedicated to this process and recruits industry professionals whose sole objective is to leave the site cleaner than they found it and free of dangerous pollutants.

The continuing evolution of the event’s history is why Day Zero is revered as the epitome of modern rave, offering its global community a path to transcendental awakening – wherever it goes.

Did you like it? Would they go or have they already been to the event?

Tree House: An oasis in the heart of Tulum’s hotel zone

Centered on an outdoor kitchen, Tulum Treehouse is a hybrid inn that facilitates the exchange between artisans, chefs, farmers, artists and designers for the preservation and evolution of Mexican artisanal traditions. During my last season of 4 months in Tulum in the year 2021 the charming Oasis in the center of the hotel zone was my residence. I can safely say that this secret invite-only hideaway is one of my favorite spots in town.

The small hotel has a restaurant too, just for guests and friends of friends. The entire season always brings one of the best chefs from Mexico and the world to pilot your kitchen. Not enough, the place still receives several artists from the music scene and holds events 4 times a week.

Juju Coelho em Tree House Tulum

Designed by the COLAB Design Office with interior curatorship by Annabell Kutucu, Tulum Treehouse comprises five rooms, an open-air restaurant, a work studio with an outdoor ceramic oven, and a store by Xinú, the Mexican botanical perfumery. Windows open to outdoor dining areas, and a massive 20-seat rooftop dining table offers spectacular views of the endless jungle. Our manufacturers come from very different backgrounds, but are united in their commitment to using local, organic and sustainable materials wherever possible to create an exceptionally beautiful and welcoming collaborative space.

Tree house Tulum
Juju Coelho em Tree House Tulum

Nestled between the tropical jungle and the Caribbean coast, on Tulum’s vibrant and bustling Beach Road, Treehouse is a cultural beacon of a once sleepy village in the midst of rapid transformation. Like the Medina of Marrakesh or South Beach in the 1980s, the Tulum of today is a place of chaos, promise and potential. At its creative hub is the Treehouse, where weekly lectures, musical performances, craft workshops, ecological seminars and artist residencies are inspired by the rich culture of the Yucatán and nurtured a dynamic conversation about Tulum’s future.

Quarto Tree House

Locally sourced Tzalam wood contrasts throughout the house with polished white cement. Visit the site and experience the intersection of exceptional international design and local artisan traditions.

THE KITCHEN

The in-house kitchen delights in the natural generosity of Mexico and the diversity of its regional cuisine. The rotating seasonal dishes are cooked over an open fire powered exclusively by wood. Corn, the heart and soul of Mexican culinary culture, is finely ground in a stone mill and prepared using techniques that date back to pre-Hispanic times, including ancient forms of fermentation. Together, we engage in the discourse on the future of food culture through workshops, experimentation and artistic collaborations led by Edoardo Fiaschi, Slow Executive Chef who comes to us through Noma. Closed during the day for all guests except overnight, we open at night for those with dinner reservations.

Cozinha Tulum Tree House
Tree House Tulum

ARTISAN STUDIO

We invite our residents to investigate new cultural dialogues and possibilities for preserving traditional knowledge. Recent resident artists include Carlito Dalceggio, a visual artist whose work weaves mythology with reflections on Mayan traditions and ancient clay techniques, and Uxii, a self-taught Merida artist and ceramist who investigates pre-Hispanic clay sculpture. Resident artisan Francisca Ocampo, a master potter from the city of Santa María Atzompa, Oaxaca, built the kiln in the garden and created the ceramics currently in use in the kitchen and available in the warehouse.

Tree House Tulum

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Zamna Festival

Festival Zamna em Tulum: Ano novo de 2022

O Zamna Festival é uma experiência eletrônica imersiva que acontece em um dos lugares mais incríveis do planeta, no coração de Tulum.

Nos últimos anos, Zamna Tulum se tornou o ponto de encontro para uma ampla variedade de eventos musicais, incluindo algumas das festas de música eletrônica mais prestigiadas do mundo. Uma tendência que este espaço pretende manter como tradição a cada início de um novo ano, tornando-se assim o verdadeiro epicentro da crescente cena eletrónica de Tulum. 2020 terminou com 10 datas mágicas em 4 palcos estrelando alguns dos artistas e vitrines mais influentes em todo o planeta; O cenote homônimo Zamna Tulum e Tulum Beach hospedou artistas como Paul Kalkbrenner, Black Coffee, Tale Of Us, Diplo, Damian Lazarus, Adam Beyer ou Charlotte De Witte e um longo e mundialmente conhecido etc. Zamna Tulum é um espaço de mais de 11 hectares, localizado no meio da selva e que também possui um cenote. Este quadro natural possui uma grande experiência no desenvolvimento de eventos clubbing.

Para iniciar 2022 com o pé direito o festival traz a cidade este incrível line-up.

up - Artbat - Agents of Time - Braev - Dine Lenny - Fred Lenix - Jos & Eli - Magdalena - Shall Ocin -Zamna Festival 2022

31 de Dezembro festival Upperground.
Line up: Artbat – Agents of Time – Braev – Dine Lenny – Fred Lenix – Jos & Eli – Magdalena – Shall Ocin.
Os Ingressos podem ser comprados através deste link AQUI.

2 de Janeiro festival Claptone Masquerade Tulum.
Line Up: Claptone – Purple Disco Machine – Eagles & Butterflies – Tom & Collins – Diplo – Gorgon City – Anden.
Os Ingressos podem ser comprados AQUI.

4 de Janeiro festival Afterlife.
Line Up: Alfa Romero – Argy – Colyn – Fideles – Hunter – Kevin de Vries – Massano – Mind Against – Hostil – Tale of us.
Os Ingressos podem ser comprados AQUI.

6 de Janeiro festivale Circoloco Tulum.
Line up: Peggy Gou – Dixon – &Me – Honey Dijon – ÂME – Adam Port – Blondish – Job Jobse – Molly -The Ghostbusters – Edward – ADI – O.bee – Tomas Station – Mink – Ali.
Os Ingressos podem ser comprados AQUI.

8 de Janeiro Black Coffee Tulum.
Line up: Black Coffee – Themba Angelos
Os Ingressos podem ser comprados AQUI.

9 de Janeiro festival Renaissance Tulum, Zamna Closing Party.
Line up: Argy – Artbat – Echonomist – Gabriel I – Magit Cacoon, Mathame, Rodrigues jr, Roy Rosenfeld, Sasha Jon Digweed, Sebastien Leger, Sven Bath.
Os Ingressos podem ser comprados AQUI.

Espero que tenham gostado e deixem aqui as suas sugestões de festas e eventos eletrônicos durante o ano novo.

Zamna Festival

Zamna festival in Tulum: New Year 2022



The Zamna Festival is an immersive electronic experience that takes place in one of the most amazing places on the planet, in the heart of Tulum.

In recent years Zamna Tulum has become the meeting point for a wide variety of musical events including some of the most prestigious electronic music parties in the world. A trend that this space is willing to maintain as a tradition every beginning of a new year, thus becoming the true epicenter of the growing electronic scene in Tulum.

2020 ended with 10 magical dates in 4 stages starring some of the most influential artists and showcases on the entire planet; The homonymous cenote Zamna Tulum and Tulum Beach hosted artists such as Paul Kalkbrenner, Black Coffee, Tale Of Us, Diplo, Damian Lazarus, Adam Beyer or Charlotte De Witte and a long world-renowned etcetera.

Zamna Tulum is a space of more than 11 hectares, located in the middle of the jungle and also has a cenote. This natural framework has a great experience in the development of clubbing events.

To start 2022 off on the right foot, the festival brings this incredible line-up to the city.

December 31st Upperground festival. Line up: Artbat – Agents of Time – Braev – Dine Lenny – Fred Lenix – Jos & Eli – Magdalena – Shall Ocin. Tickets can be purchased through this link HERE.

January 2 Claptone Masquerade Tulum festival. Line Up: Claptone – Purple Disco Machine – Eagles & Butterflies – Tom & Collins – Diplo – Gorgon City – Anden. Tickets can be purchased HERE.

January 4th Afterlife festival.
Line Up: Alfa Romero – Argy – Colyn – Fideles – Hunter – Kevin de Vries – Massano – Mind Against – Hostile – Tale of us.
Tickets can be purchased HERE.

January 6th Circoloco Tulum festival.
Line up: Peggy Gou – Dixon – &Me – Honey Dijon – ÂME – Adam Port – Blondish – Job Jobse – Molly -The Ghostbusters – Edward – ADI – O.bee – Tomas Station – Mink – Ali.
Tickets can be purchased HERE

January 8th Black Coffee Tulum.
Line up: Black Coffee – Themba Angelos
Tickets can be purchased HERE.

January 9 Renaissance Tulum festival, Zamna Closing Party.
Line up: Argy – Artbat – Echonomist – Gabriel I – Magit Cacoon, Mathame, Rodrigues jr, Roy Rosenfeld, Sasha Jon Digweed, Sebastien Leger, Sven Bath.
Tickets can be purchased HERE.

I hope you enjoyed and leave your suggestions for electronic parties and events during the new year here.

Mur Mur Tulum

what makes a restaurant special? 
First is care, which comes from the raw material supplier, storage, team management and obviously the talent and creativity of the chef. 

Mur Mur restaurant in Tulum

In tulum among my top 5 restaurants is Mur Mur, whose cuisine is piloted by the chef Diego Hernandez Baquedano who, with his restaurant “Corazon de Tierra” in Baja California, was elected by Travel and Leisure magazine as one of the great stars of Mexican cuisine. In the years 2013,2014 and 2015, its cuisine was awarded among the 50 best in the world in Latin America by the famous “World’s 50 Best Restaurants” award. Once in Tulum be sure that u gonna stop there.

Juju Coelho at Mur Mur Restaurant in the city of Tulum wearing Colcci and Bota Animale dress and Dayane Bjoux accessories.

Every time I go I see myself delighted with the presentation of the dishes and the execution in every detail of the mix of flavors. 

Mur Mur restaurant in Tulum
Mur Mur restaurant in Tulum

Look: @colccioficial 
Accessories: @noluxobijuterias @dayannebijouxoficial 
Styling: Michelle Escobar 
Photography: @joelcarillet 

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Deixem aqui as suas dicas e sugestões de lugares para comer na cidade de Tulum.

Look of the day: Top and cropped Tulum vibes

Hello Hello,
today I wanted to share the cuteness of my Colcci look here in Tulum.
Loving to wear looser cropped shorts in the heat, as here there is a lot of sand and jungle, I always opt for closed shoes when night falls, to give a cooler air to cropped shorts I opted for a cowboy boot which is super trending at parties here from Tulum.

Juju Coelho wears Colcci shorts and cropped, Animale cowboy boots and Dayane Bijoux accessories.
Juju Coelho wears Colcci shorts and cropped, Animale cowboy boots and Dayane Bijoux accessories.
Juju Coelho wears Colcci shorts and cropped, Animale cowboy boots and Dayane Bijoux accessories.
Juju Coelho wears Colcci shorts and cropped, Animale cowboy boots and Dayane Bijoux accessories.
Juju Coelho wears Colcci shorts and cropped, Animale cowboy boots and Dayane Bijoux accessories.
Juju Coelho wears Colcci shorts and cropped, Animale cowboy boots and Dayane Bijoux accessories.

Shorts and Cropped: Colcci
boot: animal
Accessories: Dayane Bijoux
Photography: Joel Carillet

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Best months to get to know Mexico

Everyone has been taken away by their own will someday, so that it is not more important and has a list of great months to visit Mexico.

This does not apply to many times of the climate changes, without in Mexico it does not very much a variation of temperature during the seasons. In a year goes from 0 ° C to 22 ° C, which ends up changing somewhat the preference of tourist points in year times and, inevitably, prices.

 In January we have a predominance of a colder climate because it is a winter month. At that time there is even the possibility of snow in the country that is very much expected by tourists who go to the country in search of an icy and beautiful experience.

 February is the end of the winter season, although it is good to go prepared with cold clothes, it is always advisable to leave with something less hot under the layers of clothing, as the temperature can rise during the early afternoon and you will feel warm.

Speaking at the beginning of the year, January and February are considered the driest months due to the lack of rain and the low temperatures.

 Already in March / April the spring begins and stretches until the month of June, with its charm and cooler mornings with long and hot days with little rain. These months are great for those who plan to travel less paying not to come across crowded sights.

 In June / July the summer begins, it is school vacation, this means that everything is more expensive and full. It is a very rainy season of the year, which greatly improves the quality of the air, even so, it is not raining so devastating that you cancel a ride, just leave always accompanied by an umbrella. This climate remains until the month of September.

 Autumn comes as spring, the months of September to November are pleasant, much less rainy, and with it a little drier than spring. It is also considered one of the best times to travel to Mexico, especially for the holiday of November 2, one of the most important in Mexico: The Day of the Dead.

 At the end of November, the winter season begins again. In this period it is customary to find ice rinks in the cities and places like the Bosque de Chapultepec are even more beautiful. It is also very common to see Christmas trees and incredible decorations.

 When it comes to such a versatile place, I think it is a person’s preference for a cold or hot holiday, but in my view the best months to get to know the city are the terms, during the fall or spring: April, May, September, and October. These months allow you a more pleasant climate and greater possibility to visit the sights calmly.