Journese continues to grow its Latin America presence by adding Mukul Beach, Golf & Spa in Nicaragua – a five-star resort on the Emerald Coast, situated in the 1,670-acre reserve Guacalito de la Isla.
Mukul – the Mayan word for “secret” – sits in the rugged coastline over its own private beach, and epitomizes luxury in this emerging destination in an elegant and familial way. To celebrate the launch of Nicaragua and the luxury resort, Journese is offering travel advisors complimentary nights at Mukul Beach, Golf & Spa with new bookings made November 1 – December 15 for travel January 5 – October 30, 2014.
“We’re proud to add this exceptional destination and resort to our collection of premier properties,” says Kimberly Daley, vice president and managing director of Journese, in a written release. “Nicaragua is an emerging destination with incredible diversity. Mukul’s focus on ensuring guests feel they are part of the family parallels Journese’ focus on relationships and trust with partners, advisors and travelers.”
The boutique hotel comprises 37 oceanview accommodations and 12 beach villas – each with two bedrooms, a private pool, secret garden and outdoor shower. The resort features an 18-hole natural golf course, two restaurants, a bar and kids program with immersive activities such as hiking and biking on more than seven miles of nature trails, local crafts and a Turtle Watch program. Mukul Beach, Golf & Spa in Nicaragua is especially known for its pampering spa experience – therapies that take place in one of six private casitas, each featuring a private garden, steam shower and its own healing tradition.
Clients can enjoy daily full breakfast and airport transfers, plus the option to also include lunch, snacks, and drinks until 5pm. Travel advisors earn a complimentary night with every four-night booking, or two nights with every seven-night booking. They can accumulate up to four nights total for their own tropical vacation in Nicaragua – known for its colonial towns, fishing villages, dramatic coastline and rich jungles.