Casita Milagros-A Jungle Tree Touse in Tulum

From $45 / night

Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Casita Milagros-A Jungle Tree Touse in Tulum
Guesthouse
0 bedrooms
2 guests
2 night min

Overview Description

Overview

Bedrooms: Studio
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 2
Type: Guesthouse
Per night: $80
Per week: $500
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Playa del Carmen vacation guesthouse rental
A 20 minute drive to the Caribbean beaches of Tulum, Casita Milagros is located in a small private jungle community that is secured by a front entrance gate. Elevated among the trees in a high canopy jungle, this completely sustainable queen bedded room has windows on all sides bringing the outdoors in, and is equipped with a ceiling fan, mosquito netting and bathroom. It features an outdoor hot water shower surrounded by tropical plants to ensure privacy and an outdoor kitchen with a 2 burner gas stove top and sink.

The easily accessible rooftop is a beautiful place to bird watch or spot the toucans and spider monkeys that often visit in the early evening. Twilight brings shades of deep blue to the jungle sky and a signal to mother nature that bedtime is near. Animals traversing the treetops in search of their nests provide a symphony of sound just before the spray of starlight quiets all.

After lounging on the white sand beaches, swimming in the turquoise blue ocean waters, visiting the Mayan ruins of Tulum or Coba, shopping in Tulum Centro, and exploring the nearby Mayan villages, Casita Milagros is a tranquil retreat.

Clayanna Henry

Area Information
Tulum boasts breathtaking coastline. It is known for the white sand beaches and turquoise blue Carribean waters. The diving and snorkling here are very good in both the ocean and the local cenotes. There are several water and adventure parks nearby where swimming with dolphins and zip line adventure is available, as well. Kite surfing is also available here with two kite surfing schools and premier conditions during the winter months. The dramatic Tulum ruins are very near, as are the Coba ruins. These archeological wonders vividly remind us of the incredible gifts offered by a civilization whose descendants still live and work the land here in Tulum. The Mayan people make hammocks and beautiful furniture out of the abundant jungle wood. These places are easily found in the neighboring small villages that surround Tulum.
Known for the casual relaxed vibe and rustic elegance, this once hippie outpost has become a stylish travel destination on the tip of the Riviera Maya.

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Rates

Rates

Begins Ends Week
Night
Weekend
Night
Weekly Monthly Min
Stay
Jan 01 2015 Dec 31 2016 $80 $80 $500 $1,350 2 Nights
Check In: 1 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order, PayPal
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