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Casa Godi is a fully staffed luxury 5-bedroom villa, located on the white sandy beach of the biosphere reserve of Sian Ka’an (UNESCO World Heritage Site), one of the most exclusive and pristine locations in Mexico, only 4 km away from the archeological ruins of Tulum and only 5-10 minutes from Tulum Hotel Zone. The property, in a tropical private land of 2 acres, boast two waterfronts: the Caribbean Sea in the front and a beautiful lagoon at the back, where our private guides can take you to visit ancient Mayan canals, or where you can entertain yourself in this fly-fishing paradise. The villa has 5 bathrooms, fully fitted kitchen, wood decking, swimming pool and a beach terrace with a spectacular landscape view.
Casa Godi is completely ecological and auto-sufficient, using the latest alternative energy technologies to minimize the impact on the environment, but without taking away all the modern comforts such as Wi-Fi, Sky TV, and iPod stations. The house has a full-time staff (manager, maid and gardener) to look after your every need. If requested we could provide a cook with a personalized menu,Before you arrive and once you are here, the villa manager will arrange everything from your airport transfers to spa treatments and much more.
03 Jan / 17 Jan
18 Jan / 01 May
10 Apr / 25 Apr
02 May / 15 Jun
16 Jun / 15 Aug
16 Aug / 15 Dec
21 Nov / 28 Nov
16 Dec / 05 Jan
Please note, taxes and security deposits are additional to the quoted price
***Please note, due to Sian Ka’an being a protected reserve, it is not permitted to bring external ATVs, water sports equipment such as kiteboards, or audio equipment. It is also forbidden to fish, in order to protect the endangered sea life. Additionally, pets are not allowed.
It is also important to note that roads in Sian Ka’an are unpaved and therefore distances and times may vary depending on the season and road quality/conditions.
Please be aware that, due to warming weather and fluctuating ocean currents, the Riviera Maya may experience the presence of naturally occurring seaweed during the hotter months of the year.