Debido a la situación con el COVID-19 estamos ofreciendo descuentos especiales para largas estadías. Estamos ubicados en medio de la selva, nuestra propiedad es de 5mil m2 con únicamente 2 domos, por lo que brinda mucho espacio y tranquilidad. Palapa, piscina , baños, recepción, área de convivencia, área de fogata. Cada domo cuenta con cama king size, barra de servicio y escritorio. Baño fuera del domo exclusivo para cada habitación.
“We were looking for atypical accommodation, and we are very happy with it. It lacks a bit of physical contact (we just saw someone for entry and that's it ...). But overall, very good. Excellent experience. However, nothing to do in Chemuyil. So, like us, it has to be just temporary accommodation.”
This room, located on the first floor of Jungle Secrets Riviera Maya, is the perfect setting for a romantic stay. The room is equipped with a small kitchenette with everything you need to feel at home: fridge, sink, gas stove, coffee maker, toaster, microwave and cooking utensils. There is also a private bathroom with shower and air conditioning.
“The accommodation is very good. It has small details that make the accommodation quite good as the bike loan, the fully equipped kitchen, coffee, television with Netflix, AC, in addition to the fact that Martin's service is unsurpassed by any airbnb or hotel he has gone to. Chemuyil is a very quiet but beautiful town, with few but good places to eat and buy things, however it is somewhat removed from the tourist points of the Riviera. The nearest beach Xcacel is very beautiful and you can get there by bike, but being a natural park it closes at 5pm and the nearby cenotes when we were closed. In general the accommodation is very quiet if it is what you want, but without a car mobility can be complicated.”
Minutes to Xcacel Beach, short drive to Tulum ruins, jungle cenotes, 5 minutes from Xelha Eco-park and more--- it's your comfy, cozy home base for a great vacation. This is your sweet little casita in the jungle of the Maya Riviera. The casa is simple but comfortable and affordable.
“We had a great stay at Heather's casa! She was super helpful and communicative before we arrived, offering scuba, transport, and house tips. I'd highly recommend her place for someone looking for reasonably priced and more local lodging. A few things to note: 1. People mention the traffic noise in reviews and I was worried about that. If you live in complete silence, or are a light sleeper you'll notice it. That said, we actually loved the white noise of the traffic. We live in an urban environment and usually sleep with a box fan on for white noise...the traffic acted as the same thing. Didn't bother us at all. Not nearly as loud as I expected...just a light hum. 2. It is a solid 15-minute walk from the beach down a couple dirt roads and across a fairly busy highway. Not difficult, but we had hoped to be closer to the ocean. We ended up driving after the first day. 3. The place is as advertised. Super clean, super cozy and stylish. A small little casa that acted as a great home base for us. There was a full kitchen (coffee, oils, spices), hot water in the shower, snorkeling and beach supplies, books, a deck of cards, etc. 4. It took us a few days to figure out the lay of the land, but once we did, we had an awesome time. Tulum is just 20 mins away for ruins, local flare, or super fancy restaurants and shops if you head out to their beach areas. The town of Chemuyil has a good restaurant ($10 plates and ex-pats) and a great taco stand ($1 tacos and locals). You can find a small store, bakery, and tortilla shop all within the small town. That's about a 15 min walk from the house. Buy bug spray. The mosquitos come out at dusk. There was a cenote down the road that was $70 pesos to get into and only had about 10 people. Much better than the large ones with tons of tour buses. 5. We were happy we had a rental car for the week to explore. You can catch a collectivo (van transport) on the main highway for $1-$2 per person US to Tulum, Playa del Carmen, or anywhere in between and they are very easy, but they won't take you anywhere off the main highway really. We used it to go pick up the car in Playa del Carmen. Much cheaper than a taxi. The area and public transport are all very easy and safe. We took a $10 US bus to Playa from the airport. 6. The housekeeper Elena was so sweet and helpful. We arrived late Christmas eve and she helped us find an open store and tamales on Christmas. She also helped us with our rental car when we wanted to extend it. Use her for any questions or needs you have. Right around the corner....limited english. 7. Overall we LOVED our stay and would come...”