Sanará, which means “you will heal” in Spanish, is a luxury eco-boutique in the Riviera Maya, situated on one of the world’s most beautiful beach fronts, overlooking the crystal clear, bright blue waters of the Caribbean Sea. Harper’s Bazaar voted Sanará Hotel the third best hotel in the entire world, and it’s easy to see why. From immersive yoga lessons by the sea to transformative, holistic and adaptogenic food from their award winning restaurant The Real Coconut, Sanará Hotel has everything one needs for a relaxing, healing retreat.
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Find out why we fell in love with Tulum, and how you can make the most of your visit to this tropical paradise! This was our first trip to somewhere in the Caribbean, and I already can’t wait to get back again soon! Everyone was so kind, the food so fresh and delicious, and there was always something fun and productive going on for us to do during our stay like
Kitchen Table in Tulum is one of the highest rated restaurants in all of Tulum, and features mouth watering Caribbean delicacies, expertly prepared by knowledgeable chefs, using only local ingredients to create the purses interpretations of traditional recipes.
Rosa Negra (see their menu here) is a fantastic, luxury, eco-chic restaurant located on the beach of Tulum, and it’s the perfect spot for an intimate evening of dinner, drinks, and enjoyment. Their in-house DJ mixes up the best of lounge and chill step music, plus more danceable beats, and the low lighting
Zamna’s eco-chic overwater bungalows are the perfect place to relax and unwind in Tulum, and are close enough to the city to be convenient, yet tucked far enough into the jungle to be peaceful, relaxing, and restorative. Explore this mysterious jungle hideaway to find out why we loved it!
Zak Ik is a luxury boutique inside Azulik Resort, underneath Kin Toh Treetop Restaurant in Tulum, Mexico that sells everything from shoes, handbags, and totes to dresses, tops, swim coverups and more. Before entering, we were asked to remove our shoes in order to “connect with the Earth”, and it was only the beginning of…
The ruins of Tulum were one of the highlights of our visit to the area. Built more than 1,000 years ago, these stunning relics of the past are a great way to experience the history of the people who originally inhabited this area. For only $10 USD/person, visitors can walk through this ancient Mayan site
The Real Coconut in Tulum is as delicious as it is luxurious. Situated on the pristine, white beach of Tulum, we enjoyed an incredible meal surrounded by palm trees, a fresh ocean breeze, and wonderful company. Read all about why we loved it so much here.