Nômade Tulum sums up why people flock to the Mexican beachtown. Found toward the end of Tulum's main long, bumpy road, it is a serene retreat resplendent in nature, with luxe tents seamlessly merging into the lush seaside setting. Debuting in 2015, the secluded resort "was born out of a new way of thinking and living together," says Argentinian architect Sebastian Sas, who owns and designed the Mexican hideaway along with neighboring property Be Tulum, which was one of the area's pioneers in blending sustainable luxury with holistic living. "Our intention is to bridge the gap between ancient wisdom and modern wellness-we seek to activate consciousness and regenerate harmony with the planet and ourselves." 1. Nômade Tulum's villas and treehouses seamlessly blend with the beachtown's lush, jungle-like landscape.