If you are planning on tying the knot with your loved one, what can be more romantic than proposing on a caribbean beach?

There are many ways to make a romantic and unique proposal at Ziggy’s in Tulum. You already have a magnificent setting: turquoise blue waters, the sound of the waves, white powdery sand at your feet, all surrounded by tropical vegetation.

At Ziggy’s we have the best staff and chefs to help you design and create an unforgettable and beautiful proposal. Leave it all in our hands and we will take care of every detail so you can enjoy every second of this magical moment.

We can arrange a romantic dinner on the beach, around sunset time, so you can pop the question to your fiancée.

This is what we suggest for your proposal at Ziggy’s in Tulum:

  • Set up on the beach with flowers and dozens of candles
  • Table and chairs for your romantic dinner
  • Setting under a romantic canopy or a bohemian tepee
  • Dinner with a set testing menu from our Mexican cuisine
  • Champagne, wine or your favorite cocktails
  • Extra lighting if needed
  • Live musicians to add more romance to the proposal
  • Professional photographer to cherish this moment forever

We are here to help you with any request you need. Just let us know a little more about you two as a couple: what hobbies you enjoy doing together, your favorite flavor, music and colors, anything that will help us make of this proposal a more personalized and endearing moment.

There are many ideas you can choose from for a beach proposal:

  • Written proposal in a bottle
  • Hiding the ring in a shell
  • Spa proposal after an amazing couple’s Spa therapy
  • Private dinner in your room’s terrace
  • Picnic on the beach
  • Writing: “Will you marry me?” on the sand

Just give us your ideas and we will make it happen. At Ziggy’s we will be delighted to help you organize the best marriage proposal: one of the most emotional moments in your lives.

Jackeline Gibbs
B.A. In International Affairs at the UDLA. Has lived in Quintana Roo for over 20 years and even though the hot weather makes her yearn the mountains, she remains faithful to the place she now calls home. Worked in tourism at the Riviera Maya tourism promotion Board and created the first Wedding planning business in Tulum. She is also a Column writter for the magazine “Cancuníssimo”