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Why Plan an Incentive Trip in Tulum?

Here are our top reasons why you should host your next incentive trip in Tulum:

  • Great Climate: It is a great opportunity to swap winter temperatures for an average 10 hours a day of sunshine. 
  • Luxury Hotels: Although already boasting a number of unique properties, a range of high-end hotels are slated to open in the next 2 years including a Nobu and Four Seasons. 
  • Rest and Relaxation: If your group is looking for a chill vibe, this locale radiates serenity and spirituality. Host a beachfront yoga class or hold a meditation session to have the team come back to center. 
  • Engaging History:  There are fascinating Mayan ruins nearby and great tours that help delve deep into this ancient culture. 
  • It’s A Hot Spot: This destination is extremely instagrammable and very on trend! Don’t forget your camera! 

Whether you are looking for thrills or to sit back and chill, Tulum is your oyster! Selecting this destination for your incentive will have the team rejoicing for many reasons.

Quick Facts about Tulum
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Beach & Wellness
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Nearest Airport
TQO (35 Minutes)
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Local Currency
Mexican Peso
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Top Incentive Trip Venues in Tulum

Conrad Tulum Riviera Maya

The Conrad Tulum offers a unique blend of contemporary design and traditional Mexican influences, creating a sophisticated yet earthy vibe. The guest rooms are nothing short of spectacular. Designed with comfort and luxury in mind, each accommodation features modern amenities and premium furnishings that create a sense of pure indulgence. The private balconies or terraces offer breathtaking views of the turquoise waters or the lush jungle, offering a perfect incentive trip venue in Tulum amidst the natural beauty. 

  • Number of Rooms: 349
  • Number of Meeting Rooms: 7 (largest capacity 2,800 theatre seating)
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Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya Resort

The recently built all-inclusive Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya Resort blends eco-chic with 5-star luxury. Unwind in the elegant guest rooms designed with natural woods, soft white linens, and generous walk-in rain showers. The resort boasts multiple swimming pools, including a sprawling infinity pool overlooking the ocean, perfect for soaking up the sun or taking a refreshing dip.

  • Number of Rooms: 735
  • Number of Meeting Rooms: 7 (largest capacity 2,800 theatre seating)
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Secrets Tulum & Beach Club

This is a truly unique property that was designed and inspired around the image of a cenote. Just opened at the end of 2023, it has already made its mark as a must visit hotel and was even seen recently on the television show The Bachelor. This adults only retreat features modern amenities and elegant touches to ensure a comfortable and indulgent stay. With everything from a serene meditation room to a lively beach club, Secrets Tulum will leave you in awe. 

  • Number of Rooms: 301
  • Number of Meeting Rooms: 5 (Largest Capacity 500 theatre style)
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How We Can Help Your Team in Tulum

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Incentive Trip Activities

Top Incentive Trip Activities in Tulum

Some Retreat Activities to Consider in Tulum

Nestled along Mexico's Caribbean coastline, Tulum offers a unique setting for incentive trip activities, blending breathtaking natural beauty with ancient Mayan culture. From team-building exercises on pristine beaches to exploring historic ruins together, these incentives inspire collaboration and foster a sense of adventure among participants.

Cenote Tour

Tulum is not only famous for its jungle surroundings but also its network of natural freshwater cenotes, varying in size, and depth, open to the elements, and hidden deep underground. This hauntingly beautiful swimming hole adventure offers a refreshing respite from the sun-baked beach. Stalactites drip from the roof of the caves, and stalagmites rise from the water's depths. Take a daring cliff jump or swing from a rope into these still waters for an exhilarating experience.  

Surf Camp

One of our top recommended incentive trip activities in Tulum, it has recently become a real surfing hot spot! Surfers of all levels can enjoy a lesson on riding the optimal and challenging waves off the Caribbean coast. Even if traditional surfing is not for you, there are options to kitesurf or stand-up paddle board. In any case this is a fantastic way to have your team learn something new and be energized by the magical sea. 

Guided Tour of Mayan Ruins

The Mayan Ruins are a perfect day trip for those looking for a culturally enriching experience, a must-see for anyone in Tulum. With a local guide, the group will learn about the fascinating history of the Mayan civilization, have the opportunity to climb the 365 steps of Chichen Itza (a 90ft tall pyramid), and enjoy a spectacular view from the Ruins of Tulum (a historical walled city dating back to 1518).

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Top Tips for an Incentive Trip in Tulum

Expert Advice for an Incentive in Tulum

There’s a ton to discover with your team in this stunning paradise and it can all be done within a few days if planned right. We are here to help with the finer details and create the most memorable experience. 

1. Check Out The New Tulum Airport: The newly opened Tulum International Airport (TQO), makes it more convenient to get directly to Tulum instead of via Cancun. 

2. Steer Clear Of Rainy Season: Avoid the rainy season and the excessively hot temperatures between July and early October.

3. Try Something New: Indulge in Tulum's culinary scene that mixes traditional Mexican cuisine with international influences.

4. Be Kind To The Environment: As an eco conscious destination, it is important to have your guests be mindful of ways to leave a small environmental footprint like not leaving rubbish on the beach or foregoing the daily hotel towel replacement. 

5. Speak The Language: Have your team learn a few phrases in Spanish beforehand to make greetings or common menu items a breeze.  

Any Other Considerations for an Incentive in Tulum

Tulum provides a safe and comfortable atmosphere for travelers. Just like anywhere, one needs to exercise common sense and caution with your belongings. In the evening, the roads can be dimly lit so it is important to take care while walking or cycling. It is also important to not venture out alone and always be aware of your surroundings. The sun can also be incredibly dangerous, so ensure that you consistently apply sunscreen and watch out for signs of burning on yourself and your fellow companions. 

FAQs

Corporate Retreat FAQ

Are work retreats worth it?
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Definitively, yes. Work retreats allocate time and space for teams to break free from the everyday routine, encouraging innovation and creativity. These getaways promote deeper relationships among employees while fueling their productivity back in the office.

How much do companies spend on retreats?
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Company spending on corporate retreats can dramatically vary depending on factors such as location, size of the team, activities planned, and accommodation type. Often the budget ranges from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands. Take a look at our budgeting cheat sheet to learn more. 

How long should a corporate retreat last?
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Generally, corporate retreats tend to fall within 2-5 days including travel time. The duration depends largely on the goals you aim to achieve from the event — whether it's strategic planning or strengthening employee relationships.

What is the importance of corporate retreats?
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Corporate retreats are essential for enhancing team bonding, morale boosting, breaking deadlock situations in projects or negotiations, revisiting shared goals and celebrating achievements together. They provide an exclusive environment away from regular work stress where people can rejuvenate while getting a broader perspective on company objectives.

What would be the average budget for a corporate retreat?
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This again hugely varies but according to some market sources; small businesses might anticipate investing $500-$1000 per person whereas larger enterprises may cater budgets around $2000-$5000 per participant inclusive of flights & accommodations along with food & activities.

How do you choose a corporate retreat destination?
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It involves considering various factors like ease of transportation, total distance participants need to travel, overall cost-efficiency and types of available facilities. Always remember to customize the location depending upon your specific retreat goals.

What is the best way to plan a remote company retreat?
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Start by setting clear objectives for the retreat. Next, determine activities that align with these goals — this can range from professional development workshops to leisure and bonding opportunities. Establishing rules for engagement can further ensure a rewarding experience.

What's the best way to find corporate retreat facilities?
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Online research is a great starting point. Beyond that, you might want to tap into your professional network or, even better, consult corporate retreat planners who are familiar with various locations, venues, and itineraries that would be ideally suited to your company.

All-inclusive retreat locations for my organization
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Resorts often offer all-inclusive packages designed specifically for corporations which include accommodation, food services along with team-building exercises in their diverse amenities like golf courses or spas.

Company retreat ideas?
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The possibilities are endless. Team building games, skill-sharing sessions, wellness and mindfulness seminars, problem solving challenges and culinary competitions are some of quite popular ideas among many others.

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Meet Some of Our Retreat Experts

Amanda LeGresley
TRAVEL OPERATIONS MANAGER
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Keswick, ON

Amanda brings her keen eye for travel and event planning to our Operations Team, bolstered by over a decade of experience managing events for the Toronto Film Festival and other swanky clientele across Canada (she's fancy like that).

Her passion for creating memorable experiences (particularly around a great meal) makes her the perfect fit as an Operations Manager, planning awe-inspiring events for our clients.

In her spare time, Amanda loves exploring the great outdoors either on the road with the sunroof down, or on the ATV trails near her hometown of Keswick, Ontario. Indoors, she's known for being a bit of a 'sushi savant', and kicking back on the couch with the latest Reality TV with her dog, Rebel.

Andrew Hercus
TRAVEL OPERATIONS MANAGER
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Canmore, AB

Our resident "Mountain Man", if there's a job in the wild, chances are Andrew's had it. Ski Patrol? Check. Whitewater Kayak Instructor? Check. Spartan Race Medic? Somehow, even that too.  To say he's big on the great outdoors (and every Canadian cliche) is an understatement. Andrew lives, breathes, and (literally) eats the wilderness.

Andrew joins the Moniker team from his home within the Rocky Mountains, in Canmore, AB, leading the Trip Planning & Operations team where he brings his talents to coordinating gobs of detail and data into seamless execution of our retreats. He's also a licensed Medic which comes in handy when our guests have a little too much fun on destination!

Casey Cogan
TRAVEL OPERATIONS MANAGER
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Ottawa, ON

Hailing from the nation's capital, Casey joins us as an Operations Manager to ensure every Moniker program is perfectly planned.

With a keen eye for the details, and a self-proclaimed overachieving perfectionist, we're lucky to have her on our team. Casey's got a sweet tooth and a soft spot for unique handbags, and is always on the hunt to add to her collection during her travels around the globe.

Amanda LeGresley
TRAVEL OPERATIONS MANAGER
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Location Pin
Keswick, ON

Amanda brings her keen eye for travel and event planning to our Operations Team, bolstered by over a decade of experience managing events for the Toronto Film Festival and other swanky clientele across Canada (she's fancy like that).

Her passion for creating memorable experiences (particularly around a great meal) makes her the perfect fit as an Operations Manager, planning awe-inspiring events for our clients.

In her spare time, Amanda loves exploring the great outdoors either on the road with the sunroof down, or on the ATV trails near her hometown of Keswick, Ontario. Indoors, she's known for being a bit of a 'sushi savant', and kicking back on the couch with the latest Reality TV with her dog, Rebel.

Andrew Hercus
TRAVEL OPERATIONS MANAGER
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Location Pin
Canmore, AB

Our resident "Mountain Man", if there's a job in the wild, chances are Andrew's had it. Ski Patrol? Check. Whitewater Kayak Instructor? Check. Spartan Race Medic? Somehow, even that too.  To say he's big on the great outdoors (and every Canadian cliche) is an understatement. Andrew lives, breathes, and (literally) eats the wilderness.

Andrew joins the Moniker team from his home within the Rocky Mountains, in Canmore, AB, leading the Trip Planning & Operations team where he brings his talents to coordinating gobs of detail and data into seamless execution of our retreats. He's also a licensed Medic which comes in handy when our guests have a little too much fun on destination!

Casey Cogan
TRAVEL OPERATIONS MANAGER
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Location Pin
Ottawa, ON

Hailing from the nation's capital, Casey joins us as an Operations Manager to ensure every Moniker program is perfectly planned.

With a keen eye for the details, and a self-proclaimed overachieving perfectionist, we're lucky to have her on our team. Casey's got a sweet tooth and a soft spot for unique handbags, and is always on the hunt to add to her collection during her travels around the globe.

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