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Hidden along a private stretch of Quintana Roo’s Caribbean coast, deep in the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, Casa Chablé is surrounded by verdant jungle and pristine white sand. With nothing but the sound of gentle waves and billowing palm trees, it offers guests utter tranquility and seclusion.
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Whether it’s yoga on the beach or biking through the jungle, the entire Casa Chable experience has been designed with physical and mental wellness in mind.
For those who feel like relaxing and disconnecting from the normal pace of life, start each day with a meditation class, indulge in massages on a deck above the jade-blue sea and freshen up with dips in the whirlpool spa.
For those looking to soak in the unique location of the villa, paddle board, kayak or snorkel through the clear waters of the surrounding biosphere. The reserve is teeming with captivating wildlife, including dolphins, turtles and colourful fish.
One day make sure to set out from the villa to explore the nearby ruins of Muyil, an archaeological site far less visited than others in the region
When it’s time to dine, you can walk to the thatched restaurant where chef Alejandro Chavez prepares local Mexican Caribbean dishes, using produce from the property’s organic garden as well as locally caught seafood.
Located 22 miles south of Tulum, Casa Chable sits along a private islet within the Sian Ka’an reserve.
The reserve is a 20 minute drive from Tulum. Once at the reserve entrance, guests are transferred on a private boat through the mangrove forests to arrive at the resort’s private dock.
There are daily international flights to Cancun Airport, which is 2 hours and 45 mins from the reserve by car. Alternatively, Chetumal Airport is 3 hours and 15 mins from Sian Ka’an by car. There are direct flights to Chetumal from Mexico City.
The Yucatán peninsula has a tropical climate all-year. We recommend visiting between December and April when the weather is less humid and rainfall is at a minimum.