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I wouldnt normally take the time to review a place..just simply through lack of time, however we felt this place deserved a special mention! We stayed for 3 nights and it was the most relaxed 3 nights we have spent in such a long time!...More
I cannot say how surprised i was after a wild ride into the resort, to find this beautifully manacured, friendly and quite place in which to rest and refresh "in the jungle".
Others have already pointed out the amenities, but the quality of service and...More
We drove from Playa del Carmen to the resort. We were concerned with finding the place but find it easily by following the directions given on the site. The only thing is the trail off the main road which is a dirt road and bumpy....More
At the end of a remote, jungle road, just when you think you're lost, be prepared to enter a very special paradise! Ready and waiting to serve you is a friendly and accommodating staff full of smiles and welcoming conversation. As you wander towards the...More
My family just returned from our cruise and one of the excursions with the Native Choice tour group to the Maya Ruins and a stop off at this resort. They were amazing. Great food, great service, great location. I'd return in a second. I'd recommend...More
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USD 123 - USD 149 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We walked (along with others who were obviously going to the same place for a variety of tours) about 2-3 blocks to the Native Tours office. They provided a bus and tour guide to the ruins (very interesting) and then took... More
We walked (along with others who were obviously going to the same place for a variety of tours) about 2-3 blocks to the Native Tours office. They provided a bus and tour guide to the ruins (very interesting) and then took us by a specially built vehicle (see below) for a delicious lunch and lovely afternoon at Bacalar. The trip back to the ship was only about 45 min. as I recall. We would advise not to rent a car and try it on your own because the access road to the resort is very long and extremely rough - you could tear up a rental vehicle, even a high clearance one. Get in touch w/ Native Tours or the resort itself.