Casa de los Pelicanos is a beachfront, luxury villa on the incredible and secluded Sian Ka'an beach. At Casa de los Pelicanos, full daily housekeeping is provided for our guests and you can choose an all-inclusive or do-it-yourself experience. Our hosts, Felipe and Chari will prepare, cook, and serve your meals for you, freeing you for a relaxing and stress free vacation in paradise. Imagine waking up in the morning to fresh squeezed orange juice and fresh brewed coffee. With our all-inclusive option, a delicious breakfast of your choosing will also be waiting for you. Spend the day relaxing on the beach with lunch brought to you or dine on our oceanfront deck with its outdoor living area or dine on our outdoor terrace, both overlooking the beautiful Caribbean. Relax or be adventurous and explore Mayan ruins or the lagoon that borders our property opposite the Caribbean and come back to a deliciously prepared dinner waiting just for you. At Casa de los Pelicanos, you choose the experience you want. If you would like to be independent or be served; it is all up to you!
The villa boasts three spacious, luxurious master bedrooms with king size beds in each and a day bed in one of the suites. The two upper level master suites open to their own terraces and have expansive views of the Caribbean and the lagoon, while the beach level bedroom opens onto the beach deck and is just steps away from the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean. No fighting over rooms at Casa de los Pelicanos; each couple has a magnificent master suite to choose from. There is also a bunkroom with 2 queens & 2 twins.
The softest sand ever experienced awaits you on miles of pristine, secluded beaches. Sea turtles nest on the beach, pelicans fly formation up and down the coast, and the water is crystal clear and warm. This incredibly unique property lies between the beautiful Caribbean on the beach side and the Campechen lagoon and features 100 meters of beachfront property with an additional 1000 meters of privately owned, uninhabited beachfront.
Casa de los Pelicanos is a dive friendly villa boasting the world's second largest barrier reef just offshore from the villa, or explore the Maya Riviera's famous cenotes. Casa de los Pelicanos is proud to partner with MotMot Diving, the premier dive shop in the Tulum area. Please inquire about our dive packages catered to your individual tastes. Check out MotMot Diving reviews on Trip Adviser or visit their website.
Come and enjoy world class fly fishing in the lagoons of Boca Paila that extend all the way to Punta Allen, over 30 miles of lagoon fishing known for the triple threat; Tarpon, Permit, and Bonefish. Casa de los Pelicanos is proud to partner with the Boca Paila Fishing Lodge and we can offer all-inclusive fishing packages for our guests.
Casa de los Pelicanos is also home to world class kiteboarding on the beautiful beaches of the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve.
Whether it is scuba diving, world class fly fishing, kiteboarding, or just plain relaxing on the beach, Casa de los Pelicanos offers something for everyone. Be active or just come and relax on the world’s most beautiful beach. Casa de los Pelicanos is a totally self sufficient ecologically friendly home generating its own electricity through wind and solar energy, a wetland septic system, and boasting a state of the art water filtration system to provide you with unlimited purified drinking water. There is both air conditioning, and WiFi internet access throughout the house, and staff onsite to ensure that you have everything that you need. Casa de los Pelicanos is the ultimate in eco-chic for the modern day environmentally conscious vacationer!
Surroundings: The house is designed to entertain its guests by having designated areas to enjoy oneself without feeling cramped. There is a game table area with games provided, a living room with satellite TV and blue ray DVD player, the upper terrace with expansive views and outdoor seating and lounging, the ocean deck with a newly constructed palapa to provide expansive outdoor living, shelter on windy days, and Caribbean views. There are separate dining areas, both indoor and outdoor; the tropical jungle side with outdoor seating, the oceanfront deck with its palapa, our terrace, and our rooftop viewing deck with 360 degree views of the Caribbean and lagoon with its wildlife such as pelicans diving into the crystal clear Caribbean, frigates gliding overhead, herons, egrets, manatees, sea turtles, and even an occasional spider monkey.
Amenities: This luxury beach house boasts state of the art, self contained, wind and solar-generated electricity, wonderful proof that one can respect their surroundings and still live with all the modern conveniences that we have grown to expect from a luxury hotel. Our caretakers, Felipe and Chari, live in separate quarters on the property and provide 24 hour security. Chari is a wonderful cook and has received rave reviews from our guests. For additional charges as outlined in our menu and information sheet, she can provide individual meals or the complete all-inclusive package. Prior arrangements are encouraged to discuss menu options and preparations.
Additional Activities & Interesting Facts: World renowned flat fishing, including Bone fish, Tarpon, and Permit, and deep sea fishing, including Grouper, Sailfish, and El Dorado. Bird watching the Sian Ka'an, Cenote diving and snorkeling, sightseeing the Tulum ruins. Just a short distance from the house is a Mayan lighthouse. This lighthouse was used for night fishing hundreds of years ago to exactly pinpoint the location of a cenote in the lagoon where bountiful fish awaited. The Mayans would light a small fire in the lighthouse and when lined up directly in the line of sight of the fire, they would be directly over the cenote. It's paradise! Need we say more?
A dream come true. A villa in one of the most beautiful places on earth. The picture shows the owner kayaking in the lagoon of the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve. Just a short distance from the house is this Mayan lighthouse that is shown in the picture. This lighthouse was used for night fishing hundreds of years ago to exactly pinpoint the location of a cenote in the lagoon where bountiful fish awaited. The Mayans would light a small fire in the lighthouse and when lined up directly in the line of sight of the fire, they would be directly over the cenote.
It's paradise. Need we say more?