Have you ever stayed at a real cabaña? In Tulum, the cabañas are cabin-like shelters varying in degrees of comfort and amenities with either ocean or garden views. No TV’s, some with no electricity, but all with nature, sea breeze, white powder beaches and the Mexican Caribbean sea at your doorstep.
Keep in mind that you with nature comes insects and other creatures. If you can’t handle mosquitoes, or some of the other native animals, this may not be a good option for you. If you’re into camping, you will find these accommodations superb, though.
Cabañas are often more expensive than one might think, but having your own hut next to a talc-like beach and pristine turquoise blue waters has to have a price, right?
Check out the following options:
Really want to get away from it all? These 10 cabañas with lush garden views will bring you back to when life was simple. Back to basics.
Top that off with a great beach club and an on site restaurants offering fresh sea food and wood oven pizzas all beach side.
Hotel Cabanas Los Lirios Tulum
Want a luxury cabaña experience? These 2 story wooden roof cabins all have private bathrooms with tub and shower, air-conditioning, sitting areas and a terrace or balcony with chairs and a hammock. Choose either ocean view or garden view.
Their beachfront restaurant also offers room service in addition to the breakfast, lunch and dinner options.
Additional services include yoga, massage, Mayan Oracle (Astrology reading), wedding planning, and themed parties.
Dos Ceibas Posada Ecológica
Eight thatched, colorful bungalows next to the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve are powered by wind and solar energy. They have traditional decor and are surrounded by tropical gardens.
The restaurant on site serves fresh delicious food and has waiter service on the beach!
The hotel organizes lessons of sacred dance, meditation and full moon Mayan ceremony. It also has a Temazcal sauna, a range of massages and yoga available.
Azulik – Adults Only, Clothing Optional
These thatched roof cabañas are perched on a rocky bluff overlooking the sea. The perfect choice for a honeymoon, special occasion and to reconnect with nature.
Listen to the sound of the waves on your private terrace. Candles are provided as there is no electricity in the cabins.
The Maya Spa is on site for your holistic treatments and you can also indulge in a few yoga sessions or a Temazcal.
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