Casa 7th Cielo invites you to enjoy the beautiful beaches of Tankah -- just 65 miles south of Cancun on the Yucatan Peninsula. Here you can discover 'paradise' -- and explore white sandy beaches, ancient Mayan ruins, and unspoiled coral reefs. This spacious and comfortable 5-bedroom/5-bath villa sleeps 8+ people. There are 3 bedrooms on the main house and 2 bungalows. The bedrooms are large, and have air-conditioning and plenty of closet space. There is a king-size bed in the master bedroom, and two queen-size bed in each additional bedroom.
Entering the property you will find the 2 bungalows on each side on the back part of the main house, Entering the house on the main floor there are the 3 bedrooms and a family area with a sliding door that goes to the covered patio, the pool and the beautiful beach. On the second floor you will find the full kitchen features granite countertops. It's stocked with everything you'll need to prepare coffee in the morning, and blenderized drinks in the afternoon, And it has all cooking utensils and dishes, should you decide to eat in. The dinning room that sits 12 and living social area, upstairs you will also find an amazing terrace where you can enjoy the awesome views.
The kitchen overlooks the dining area and living room; and it features a terrific view of the ocean.
There is a large covered patio where you can enjoy breathtaking views of the turquoise waters, white sandy beaches, and coconut palms. Bring your family to this unspoiled paradise which is situated in front of the world's second longest barrier reef, just 200 yards offshore. Tankah offers protected snorkeling, kayaking, and world-class open-water diving on its many reefs. It's a natural haven for birds. And the Manatee Cenote (a fresh-water sink hole) is just down the road -- with Casa Cenote Restaurant and Bar situated right across the way.
Mayan ruins are ten minutes away by car. This location is convenient for numerous day-trip adventures along the coast. People like Tankah because it's a step back in time, away from mainstream tourism.
And it's a great tropical experience!