This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$950 - $2,143 per night 3-7 night min stay
$185 - $250 per night 1-3 night min stay
$180 - $314 per night 1-7 night min stay
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Mahahual Travel Tips
Experience Mexico in Majahual Vacation Rentals
For an authentic Mexican vacation, you can get away from the typical tourist spots and come to Majahual. Located in the heart of the Costa Maya region, Majahual villas allow you to see a beautiful part of Mexico that can never be seen from your typical Cancun vacation. Majahual is usually a very quiet town; it only gets busy when the occasional cruise ship stops by. And as the very center of the Costa Maya, Majahual is definitely worth the drive from Cancun or Chetumal.
Majahual Villas are more than Beach Houses
While the beach is a major draw in this town, Quintana Roo condos in Majahual give you access to much more than just the Gulf of Mexico. Majahual is an access point for tours to the Mayan ruins of Kohunlich or Chacchoban. It is also very close to the town of Bacalar, home to the Cenote Azul, a naturally formed deep water pond which is perfect for swimming or diving in calm, clear water. Also, only 25 kilometers north of Majahual is Uvero Beach Club, which advertizes the unique opportunity to go swimming with dolphins.
Mexican Food in Majahual
Because Majahual has only recently begun catering to tourists, most of the restaurants in Majahual are intended mainly for the locals. So, if you’re looking to vacation at a place with lots of authentic Mexican food, you need look no further than Majahual. Just as staying in Majahual vacation rentals will make you feel more like a native, so will the experience of eating real Mexican food, just like the locals. This is an experience that is harder to find in more commonly visited areas, where American restaurants are easier to find than Mexican. So, dust off your Spanish dictionary, and visit Majahual!