This roomy two story, five bedroom Oceanfront Villa is located in a gated community with 24 hour security on the coveted Tankah Bay in the Riviera Maya. Casa Caracol sits on a pristine beach within the the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef where you can enjoy some of the best snorkeling and scuba diving in the region!
This classic Mexican Villa enjoys remarkable ocean views and offers a sense of serenity while the sandy beach and the warm clear waters of the Caribbean provides a wide array of activities including sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, and fishing along with some of the very best scuba diving in the world! Best of all, a dive master will pick you up just steps from your back door, take you a mile out and you're in the second largest reef in the world!
ALL FIVE BEDROOMS ARE AIR CONDITIONED AND HAVE FANS!
FIRST FLOOR: 2 bedrooms and one bathroom. Sleeps up to 4. Bedroom one has a King size bed, an ensuite bathroom and views of the ocean. Bedroom 2 has a Queen bed and a garden view.
BEDROOM 1: LA CANOA
Ocean front, King size bed, air conditioned, builtin closet, work desk, ensuite bathroom with plenty of drawers and cupboards.
BEDROOM 2: EL PUEBLITO
Garden View, Queen bed, air conditioner, armoire.
FIRST FLOOR FULL BATHROOM: Shower, toilet, drawers and cupboards for all your toiletries.
Three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Sleeps up to 14. The oceanside bedroom has a King size bed and a small balcony above the beach with ocean views. The second bedroom has two Double beds. The third bedroom on the second floor has two bunk beds, each with a Double on bottom and Single bed above. This bedroom also has a Double sized Futon Sofa bed. This bedroom has a capacity for 8 people. From this bedroom you can see the vast, undeveloped jungle, opposite the beach. There are two full bathrooms located on the second floor.
ONE PORTABLE FOLDING CRIB AVAILABLE.
BEDROOM 3: AVES TROPICALES
Ocean view, King bed, air conditioner, built in closet.
BEDROOM 4: DE COLORES
Two Double beds, air conditioner, builtin closet.
BEDROOM 5: EL LAGARTO
Jungle View, two double / single bunk beds, double futon, air conditioner, built in closet, work desk.
SECOND FLOOR FULL BATHROOM has plenty of cabinet space for toiletries.
The villa comfortably accommodates 12 to 18 guests with its five well appointed bedrooms and three full bathrooms. Among its many amenities, this home offers a second floor balcony, a beachfront palapa, parking for four or more cars, full kitchen, stereo system, televisions, free wifi, a safe, 3 kayaks, and much more.
The nightly rate includes daily cleaning Monday through Saturday and biweekly towel and linen service.
The sandy beaches that lay at the feet of Casa Caracol are perfect for sunbathing. Its proximity to Cenote Manati and other world renowned cenotes, underwater cave systems, Yal-Kul lagoon, the Maya ruins of Tulum, the quaint town of Tulum and the numerous tours and water parks makes the location of this home a very desirable tourist destination.
Cenote Manati is the mouth of the largest underground cave system and sits feet away from Casa Caracol in a mangrove forest. Its name comes from the many Manatees that once inhabited this underwater wonderland. Snorkeling or scuba diving this natural wonder are highly recommended while visiting Casa Caracol.
The surrounding area also hosts a number of cenotes that create part of the underwater cave systems such such as Cenote Dos Ojos, Maya Blue, Tortuga, Grand Cenote.
Yal-ku Lagoon in Akumal is yet another destination you won’t want to miss while staying at Casa Caracol. Just 20 minutes away by car, Akumal and this snorkeling lagoon is a wonder-world of bright tropical fish, sea turtles, colorful anemone and intricate coral formations.
Among the many pre-Columbian Mayan pyramids and ruins that dot the dense jungle of the Yucatan Peninsula, Tulum has one of the most striking ocean views and is only 7 minutes away by car. Once serving as a major port for Coba, the ruins are situated on 12-meter (39 ft) tall cliffs, along the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula on the Caribbean Sea in the state of Quintana Roo Mexico. Do not miss the opportunity to see one of the last cities inhabited by the Mayans.