Mahahual Villa Rental Photos and Description
Twin Home/Duplex - 4 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s) - 5 Baths - (Sleeps 6-12)
Casa Que Canta (House that Sings) is a Spanish style villa with a central courtyard and 2nd level terrace facing the ocean. The villa is a duplex home (two complete homes) with a total of 4 bedrooms and the cost of the rental varies with the number of bedrooms required for your group - they may be rented individually or in combination for up to 14 adults. PLEASE CHECK RENTAL RATES FOR DETAILS. The bedrooms are all on the 2nd level - each has a terrace. Two have king beds, two have queens and twins, and the living room couches - 4 total - can sleep 4 more adults. We also offer on site all inclusive meals at an added cost per person. Sandra is an excellent chef and has always gotten high praise from our guests. The villa is a located 5 miles north of Mahahual Mexico. The beaches are white sand with a coral reef just 250 yards off shore. Ideal for swimming and sun bathing. Area is know for world class snorkeling and diving. Reef in front of the property has a number of beautiful corral heads. Snorkeling & dive trips also available in nearby Mahahual. There are many restaurants, fun shops, & great Mayan ruins near by. If you like to fish we have onsite boats and charters with the best guides on the coast. Try fly fishing for Bonefish or Tarpon or go off shore for Barracuda and Grouper. Fishing is consistently good.
Joe & Maureen
Things to do at Casa Que Canta: The area is rich in Mayan culture and history. Nearby ruins of Chacchoben are a must visit along with Kohonlich and Dzibenache if you have time. Lake Bacalar and the old Spanish fort also make a great day trip. The area is also rich in Cennotes some of which are almost too beautiful to describe. Hidden Worlds Cenote has been featured on a National Geographic special. Bone fishing, Tarpon fishing, and Permit are all available in the area - we are told it is a world class location for these top three fly fishing species.
Majahual itself is a fast growing Mexican fishing village with many good restaurants and nice shops. Very busy on cruise ship days, but extremely quiet in between. Beaches are wonderful. A recent new attraction is a Jungle Zip line tour just outside of Bacalar (one hour away). We have done this with friends and it is a great family excursion. The tour is extremely safe and suitable for both adults and children.
Water Sports: Traveling to Mexico for many is all about the Ocean and the beach. The Costa Maya is blessed with some of the most beautiful beaches in Mexico - almost all of them protected by the worlds 2nd largest barrier reef. The reef at Casa Que Canta is only 200 meters off shore. This means the swimming is exceptional - no currents - no rip tides - extremely safe even for small children. The waves are very light and the depth drops off slowly - you can walk out 100 meters and still be wait high. The reef provides great snorkeling - tons of corral - fish - even an occasional lobster is you watch closely. The nearby fisherman go out almost everyday and can provide fresh fish for use on the grill. Or if you like bring a spear gun and try getting your own.
Snorkeling from the kayaks we have is great on the calmer days and very safe.
Bonefishing and Offshore fishing charters: We recently added on site fishing charters with a top area guide - Carlos Cartillos - for both fly fishing and off shore fishing. These charters are all inclusive and include boat, captain, fishing equipment, licenses, bait, and for all day charters lunch with refreshments. The Coasta Maya is famous for its fishing - particularly Bonefish, Permit, and Tarpon. If you are interested in an all inclusive fishing vacation please email us for details and rates. The all inclusive packages include pickup and return to Cancun airport, all your meals, all your drinks, accommadations, and of course fishing each day either in the Lakes, the Bay of Chetumal, or off-shore.
Carlos is an excellent guide and has been written up several times in U.S. fishing magazines.
- children welcome
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Events Allowed
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets considered
- Long-term Renters Welcome
Guestbook comments from the owner
This place is just beautiful! Unfortunately we are only staying one night. Next time we come to Mahahual we will have to make reservations for more than one night. Joe & Maureen, your home is amazing. Hope to see you all again. The girls had a great time snorkeling and kayaking.
Have a great future,
Randy, Lisa, Jennifer, & Donna Burack
Joe La Bore
Maureen and I retired to Mexico in 2009. We choose Mahahual because of the great beaches, laid back life style, and great diving. The town is safe, quiet, and a great place to vacation or retire. The weather is nearly perfect your round - 70's at night - 80's by day. Warmest months are early Fall when the temps are 5-8 degrees higher and the breezes die down.
Casa Que Canta is just north of Mahahual on great beach. It is about as close to town as one can get and yet still have a secluded home on a private beach. We consistently are one of the highest rated properties in the area by our guests. In addition, our caretakers have been with us for 3 years and provide an exceptional level of service.
You will be vacationing in a home - not a hotel room. Maureen and I furnished the entire villa not as a rental, but as a home we would live in. Guest are always amazed at the level of detail and quality of the furnishings. As a result we get a lot of repeat visitors and are often booked early in the year for key dates.