In the heart of the Mayan jungle, The villas of Azulik Tulum make up a rather incredible and enchanting resort for those searching for special treehouses in Mexico. The whole construct was designed to create an atmosphere for rest and reconnection. With no air conditioning, television, or electric light, the goal of this accommodation reduce the impact technology has on the environment and show that these additions are not necessary to indulge in a luxurious holiday. Without these distractions, one’s ability to get in tune with our surroundings increases exponentially.
Imagine the Caribbean Sea, a beachside cabana, the sound of the birds that wake up in the morning, and the murmur of the waves that lull you to sleep at night. All this, and more, is part of the Azulik Tulum experience. Each treehouse has an open front, from which is a glorious panorama of the sea. It looks so beautiful and inviting that most guests will find that this is where they spend a lot of their time. However, it can be a little hard to leave one’s villa, as they are so gorgeous, comfortable, and soothing on the soul.
Azulik Tulum consists of 48 private and ecological villas built on a cliff standing over the sea. The sea stretches out in front, and the jungle hugs the back. They are fully constructed of fine wood, with large private terraces to enjoy the view. There are so many spots in each villa to comfortably relax and try to absorb the magnificent surroundings, both inside and out. With a choice of hanging bed, hammock, beach bed, outdoor hot tub, king-size bed, and sofas, it is impossible to be stressed here! The only option of candlelight at night adds to the relaxation and also keeps disruption to sea turtles who lay their eggs on the beach here to a minimum.
Rates for a night at Azulik Tulum can be found for around €450, though one might have to shop around to find such a price!
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