Practice yoga in the mystical and exotic charms of Tulum with luxury accommodations, vibrant detoxing food, and experienced heart-centered instructors. Enjoy authentic spiritual ceremonies that will leave you fulfilled and inspired for weeks to come. This yoga retreat will help you deepen your practice, relax in the stunning beaches, and nourish your soul and body. Discover the benefits of this ancient art as you explore the beautiful surroundings in this sacred destination.
Amansala is the ideal setting for a yoga retreat, family reunion, beachfront wedding, or personal retreat from city life. The village-like setting consists of two properties, Grande and Chica with 24 spacious well-designed cabanas each.
Amansala is set in a beautiful part of the beach in Tulum, Mexico. Getting to town is a short 10-minute drive or about 20 minutes by bike. It is an ideal hotel to use as a base to explore the Mayan ruins of Tulum which are a short ride away or to explore the cenotes. Amansala is more like staying at a friend's beach house.
Amansala offers relaxed eco-chic accommodation like no other boutique hotel in Tulum. Rooms are spacious with attention to detail throughout. The restaurant serves fresh fish, local produce, and the tastiest mango margaritas in the Riviera Maya. If you are looking to get away from it all, look no further to Amansala for your beachfront holiday in Mexico.
Looking to detox, distress, and rejuvenate? Join in for Destination Detox or a healthy holiday with a purpose of Bikini Bootcamp. In the area, you’re assured to be lulled to sleep by the sound of lapping waves.
Take a deep breath. Imagine the sound of ocean waves and rustling palm fronds. Nature informs and enriches everything at Maya Tulum, particularly the practice of yoga. Experienced resident yoga instructors lead all-level classes in a variety of styles in spiritually sensitive, nature-centric spaces.
There are adventures aplenty to be had at and around Maya Tulum to suit just about everybody and every inclination. Like to swim and snorkel? The reef is an underwater paradise of vividly colored fish, glowing coral, and intriguing marine life. There are great snorkeling spots near the Tulum Ruins which are just about 15 minutes north of Maya Tulum.
Love nature and wildlife? In May, June, and July, you’ll enjoy watching the Caguama turtles trekking laboriously up the deserted beaches to lay their eggs in the sand.
Love exploring ancient ruins and civilizations? Some of the most impressive Mayan ruins in the world are right on your front doorstep. Maya Tulum’s half and full-day adventure tours make it fun and easy for you to do and see as much as possible.
Tulum (Spanish pronunciation: [tu'lum], Yucatec: Tulu'um) is the site of a pre-Columbian Mayan walled city serving as a major port for Cobá. The ruins are situated on 12-meter (39 feet) tall cliffs along the east coast of the Yucatán Peninsula on the Caribbean Sea in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico.
Tulum was one of the last cities built and inhabited by the Maya; it was at its height between the 13th and 15th centuries and managed to survive about 70 years after the Spanish began occupying Mexico. Old World diseases brought by the Spanish settlers appear to have resulted in very high fatalities, disrupting the society and eventually causing the city to be abandoned.
Coba is one of the most beautiful Maya ruins. It is nestled in the Yucatan's thick jungle and surrounded by exquisite lakes nearly. Its name means ''Water stirred by wind'' and started to become a major independent community at the time Roman legions were on their way to build an empire.
A powerful ancient Mayan ritual forces you to face your deepest fears, whether you like it or not. Temazcal is translated as ''house of heat'', the ancient ceremony led by a shaman originated with the pre-Hispanic indigenous people of Mesoamerica to purify a spiritual haven for women to give birth.
The Temazcal means the Mother's Womb and the hot volcanic stones that you are getting inside to heat you up represent the ancestors who could tell you a lot of stories. The heat works as a channel through which the negative things leave your body leaving space for the positive ones.
The menu has a large variety of low-fat options consisting of all local chemical free food. There are fresh caught grilled fish, organic chicken, fresh fruit such as mango, papaya, and pineapple. The resort caters to all diets including vegan, gluten-free, and dairy free and offer a variety of delicious signature salads that incorporate jicama, nuts, pumpkin seeds, and chia. They leave you satisfied, yet lighter and cleaner, green juicing. The resort does offer a daily menu depending on the size of groups. The resort offers buffet (breakfast is always a buffet) that is included in the package.
Hartwood Restaurant is one of the world's 50 best restaurants. Hartwood's menu changes daily based on the sea and land that offer the restaurant new harvests each day. Hartwood is the place to go for delicious hearty dishes made from local ingredients in a super-relaxed setting inside the jungle. All cooking is done by open fire within a handmade wood burning oven and grill. Every single ingredient that you touch is deeply rooted within Mundo Maya. The restaurant uses only sustainable fishing methods to ensure a thriving and healthy aquatic life.
Throughout the week, Hartwood travels hours into the interior of the Yucatan to markets and farms where they collect ingredients that allow them to offer the customers a new and exciting taste of a community that has existed for centuries. All of these aspects come together each day and allow for a humble way of cooking within an environment that they are truly grateful to be a part of.
Please book your flight to arrive at Cancun International Airport (CUN). Blue Island Destinations will pick you up at the airport.
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