Quintana Roo Adds New Glamping Options

Riviera Maya and the Quintana Roo in Mexico have added a number of new options for glamping.

Whether exploring the jungle, diving into blue cenotes or reading a book underneath a shady palm, glampers can return to cabins equipped with a proper bed and private bathroom. Complemented by Riviera Maya’s fauna, the region’s landscape is ideal for glampers seeking a refuge from daily life. 

Most glamping sites offer meditation zones and naturalistic spas to cleanse the body through Mayan rituals and ancestral spa treatments. Travelers can also partake in yoga classes or spiritual retreats. Additionally, glamping sites accommodate weddings.

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Beyond its physical setting, Riviera Maya glamping goes within to provide a holistic journey – site cuisine is sourced from restaurants that specialize in local produce and fresh seafood. Guests can also request vegetarian and vegan options. 

Currently 100 cabins are spread throughout the following glamp-sites:

  • Akumal Natura Glamping
  • Nativus Tulum 
  • Habitas Tulum
  • Nomade Tulum
  • Harmony Tulum 
  • Serenity Eco Luxury 
  • Glamping Xpu Ha
  • Itaka Glamping Playa del Carmen
  • Joy Tulum
  • Serena Glamping

The state of Quintana Roo is one of Mexico’s top tourism producers including 11 destinations both well-known and off-the-beaten-path from Cancun, Riviera Maya and Playa del Carmen to Cozumel, Isla Mujeres, Holbox and Tulum.

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