Charming Casita on Beautiful Tulum Beach with Gorgeous Beach Views
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- Wheel chair accessible:No
Tulum house description
Our newly expanded casa, Cabana Mango, is now available. Located on the beach surrounded by sea grape and palm trees, this new house contains two bedrooms and baths. One bedroom has a double bed with attached large bath. The newest bedroom has a smaller bath, two double beds, and a fabulous ocean view from windows and surrounding deck. Both bedrooms have ceiling fans. The main room has a new kitchen, dining table, and living area with sofas for additional sleeping splace. This room opens out on to a large deck facing the ocean. Large groups may want to rent both cabanas to sleep eight to ten people.
This gorgeous Carribean beach is great for fishing, kayaking,
and snorkeling. Kayak is provided with the rental and boogie boards
available also. The casitas are within walking distance of many spas and
restaurants. A few miles north and south are the famous Tulum Mayan
ruins and the Sian Kaan Bioshpere with its beautiful beaches and
lagoons for fishing, kayaking, birdwatching and swimming. Other
attractions include Hidden Worlds, a famous site for cave diving and
snorkeling, and Xel-Ha, a wonderful place to bring your family for a
day of snorkeling on a beautiful lagoon. Visit the Gran Cenote not far
out of town and many other cenotes that dot the area. They are fun for
freshwater swimming and snorkeling.
- 1000 sq. ft.
- Vacation Rental
- Non Smoking Only
- Children Welcome
- Long-Term Renters Welcome
Bedrooms: 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6
Bathrooms: 2 Bathrooms
- We have a kayak, paddle and life jackets for adults and children. We have buggy boards for riding waves and some children's beach toys. You can relax on the beach chairs with an umbrella or lounge in hammocks under the trees. The camp kitchen is outdoors on a stone patio with a large table for eating in Cabana Mango. Basic cooking and eating utensils are provided. All linens and towels are provided. Please do not use blankets on the beach. Mosquito nets are available if desired....moreless
- Tourist Attractions
- Theme Parks
- Scenic Drives
- Bird Watching
- Eco Tourism
local services and businesses
- Massage Therapist
sports and adventure activities
- Scuba Diving Or Snorkeling
- Deepsea Fishing
- Surf Fishing
- Fly Fishing
- Dining Area
- Toilet Paper
- Bottled Water
- Sofa Bed
- Linens Provided
- Ceiling Fans
- Wireless Internet
- Basic Soaps
- Towels Provided
- Cooking Utensils
- Coffee Maker
- Beach Chairs
- Kayak / Canoe
- Wood Deck
- Beach Towels
- Boat With Paddles
- Walkway To Water
- Outdoor Grill
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little slice of Tulum
little slice of Tulum
Tulum is wonderful, with just enough going on. The Casita Tortugita is more rustic in some "rooms" then any of us imagined but after a few days we got in to it and loved our time there. The camp kitchen is exactly that: like camping. There's 2 gas burners, a sink and a bunch of old dishes and pans, yet it turns out that's just what you need. There happens to be a french press though and that was wonderful. There's a small fridge that doesn't have power so it functions as a cabinet. The whole place is powered by wind so keep your eye on electricity. Downstairs bedroom is lovely. The main bathroom, also nice, is inside of it. Great for those staying downstairs but anyone upstairs has to come through the downstairs bedroom, or they can use the outhouse-type bathroom which has a sink and toilet. Good to know in advance: All communal space is outdoors! Eating area, hanging area and "kitchen". This means if it is raining or cold you are cramming in a bedroom together to hang out. If the weather is good it is great to be outside which is part of why you are there in the first place. The view CANNOT be beat. This oceanfront property is real sweet but not for the guests that need frills. Snugly nested between 2 hotel/guesthouses it is the only spot we saw like it. The owner is a man of few words so here a few extra things you may want to know: when reaching Tulum you turn at the traffic light. It's the only one and it comes up before you are in the center of town. It is ont eh side of the road not hanging above and could be hard to miss. Watch out for the speedbumps on the highway and scattered (seemingly randomly) throughout; they are intense and called "toupees". Consider bring your own pillow if you can. It was cold while we were there during a storm and the folks staying upstairs in the thatched room were quite chilly. The beach culture in Tulum is chill, which makes it wonderful to visit and means you will not necessarily be attended to as quickly as you think. All in all it was a great spot and we are planning to stay there again.
- Guest debsummers (ohio)
- Date of stay 02/03/09
- Review Submitted 03/01/09
Recommended for: Adventure seekers, age 55+, families with teenagers.
Weekly rates are 1800-3000+We prefer a minimum of a week's rental but will rent for three days.Rate is $3000 per week for Casa Limon. Security deposit is $200. Payment of security deposit and weekly rental is due before booking. Rates may vary from $1800 to $4000 a week depending on the season.
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View from deck of Cabana Mango.
Sunrise at Cabana Mango.
Upstairs bedroom of Cabana Mango.
Cabana Mango kitchen
view from kitchen window
View of the beach from the upper deck of Cabana Mango.
Beds and corner bathroom.
Cabana Mango living area
Upper deck and bedroom
View from top deck