Av. Tulum, Centro, 77780 Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
AMENITIES & SERVICES
Gardens and planters / Lobby with reading area / Pool / Sand Terrace / Showers at pool area / Jungle view with terrace palapa / PRIVATE CENOTE / Private yoga class / Group yoga class / Free Parking Area / Wifi Acces / 24 hours Security / Daily House cleanning / and more...
Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico
PRIVATE YOGA CLASS
Sassils offers private instruction to her students who desire to take their practice deeper or to new students who wish to begin a yoga practice correctly. She will request your objective and then she moves forward in a systematic approach with you to meet your goals. We can help you by providing an integral approach combining yoga philosophy, anatomy and physiology and healthy lifestyle recommendations.
Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico
The Mayan city of Tulum stands 130 km south and 700 years away of Cancun. But the contrast between the two can be measured in more than just distance and time. Cancun is a string of large resort hotels which did not exist prior to 1974 and which specialize in the expected.
Tulum, on the other hand, was built late in the thirteenth century, during what is known as the Mayan post-classic period. With a little imagination and knowledge, the ruins become a giant puzzle waiting to be pieced together.
ANCESTRAL CACO CEREMONY
Love chocolate? Well chocolate loves YOU! We discover how in ceremonial doses, raw cacao is a powerful heart opener that paves the way to transformation through self-love.
A while back, we had an intern working at The Numinous who celebrated turning 21 at a raw cacao ceremony. “Most of my friends would have been downing shots of tequila…but I was getting high on chocolate!” she joked. But it turns out raw, ceremonial grade cacao has been used for centuries to unlock euphoric states, release negative emotions, and connect to pure heart energy.
Quintana Roo, Mexico
SIAN KA´AN BIOSPHERE RESERVE
he Yucatán contains an abundance of eco-parks and natural reserves, but few compare to the breadth and natural wonder of Sian Ka'an. Just south of Tulum, the reserve contains more than 1.2 million acres of estuaries, reefs, cenotes and wetlands. Within the park, you can take tours of the local wildlife, take part in a diving or snorkeling tour or simply just walk around the beautiful and expansive park.
Recent visitors remarked that the park is well worth the visit, especially considering its small price tag (about 50 pesos per person, or around $2.60). Many stayed the entire day.
On the Highway to Coba Tulum
Considered sacred waters by the Mayans, the expansive El Gran Cenote is an underground cavern that is ideal for swimming and diving. Here you can swim, snorkel and dive amid some pretty cool geological features, including stalagmites and stalactites.
Located just 20 miles outside of Tulum, this cenote can get particularly crowded, so arrive early for the best atmosphere. To get there, drive or take a taxi toward Cobá until you see the Gran Cenote sign on your right.
Carr. Tulum Ruinas Km. 5 Tulum 77780
Catering to the yoga tourist, this spa in the Azulik hotel offers massages, body wraps, crystal therapy treatments and yoga classes. But you could do all those things at home: Recent visitors say the true highlight of Maya Spa are the nighttime temazcal sessions, or steam baths that indigenous Mexicans believed had healing and purifying powers.
The Maya Spa Wellness Center is open daily and its treatments are available for both hotel guests and those staying elsewhere. Call ahead to make an appointment, and visit the spa's official website for a full listing of prices and treatments.