2 - 12岁

Enjoy your dreams balancing embraced in a traditional hammock under this tall thatched jungle shelter, mosquito net enclosed free of bugs. Find out why this way of sleeping has been the fashion around this town for the last 2 millenia.
By night the room candle lights up producing an atmosphere that reminds us of past times.


This our first guest pa-la-pa (hut), comes as the reminiscence of the traditional HA-TO shelter design built solely with stone, wood and palms, tells the story about simplicity of a way of life. Naturally acclimated and in communion with the jungle, offers a close experience to stay out in the open, even at nights stars can be seen from the inside. Surrounded by lushy vegetation that allows some isolation from our other two guest palapas.
An array of hammocks round up this minimal concept. A double size mattress bed with clean linens and blankets is added through the winter period (DECEMBER AND JANUARY) as a cozy backup for the chilled mornings (12centigrades-54farenheit).

Truly amazing view of the stars at this latitude specially during winter.

Bathroom facilities outside the room shared among other 2 hut guests, consisting in a roofless shower enclosed in a stone wall, an open sink area and a separate composting toilet unit which waste turns into manure for plant sowing. All the water we use we filter and use again for plant irrigation. No hot water supply.

Since the house is located in jungle land you can expect to find some wild life, as all sorts of insects, small reptiles, butterflies and a large number of birds. The rooster farm of our neighbor can be sometimes annoying for noise sensitive people but certainly can be good for those who start the day early. (Earplugs advised if planning to sleep in late)


We extend our dinner and drinks service, adopting Slow Food values we offer a daily menu that plays around Mexican regional cuisine mainly based on maize, most likely vegetarian dishes.
Our kitchen works on a clay stove and stone oven entirely on wood. Craft brew, artisan bread and a selection of mezcal cocktails and wine available. Dinner is served at candlelit at the main palapa between 7 to 8pm. For reservations please advise at least a day ahead.

Access includes also into swimming pond, gardens and exterior lounge areas of the house.


There is pettit breakfast courtesy service extended daily at main palapa from 7am to 9am in which we try to include at least a regional treat.
We are keen into extend travel information personally based on your specific needs. We prefer the off beat paths, to find hidden ruins, unrevealed cenotes, little towns trapped in time.


Xaán-in-ná as this project is called, Maya for "house made out of palms", is located outside the usual touristic ring yet strategically on the center north of the peninsula on the gate to the central Mayan area making it accessible less than 5 hours driving time to a lot of points of interest not only in Quintana Roo but also around the Yucatan Peninsula.

The house is being developed as model for sustainable housing in the area. Measures have been taken for not polluting the underground waters this area is so famous for. The water we use is after filtered and used again to irrigate a tobacco crop. Solar system provides limited but enough electricity to run internet, charge devices and light the main palapa.

Weather throughout the season:
The rainy season extends from July to November. The weather is very hot and humid, even in the dry season as we are in the jungle. Temperatures range from (day-night) 25-15ºC in winter to 35-25ºC in summer, August being the hottest.

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可住: 3
卫生间: 1 (共用卫生间)
卧室: 1
床铺: 3
入住时间: 13:00 - 21:00
退房时间: 12:00
房间类型: 独立房间


额外房客 $9 / 晚 (房客超出一人后的人均费用)
满1周立减: 7%

入住时间为13:00 - 21:00

In consideration for your travel plan we are quite flexible on the check in time, but on your first time at this house is recomended to show up while daylight so it is easier to find the place and learn how to get in an out.



2017年12月01日 - 2018年2月28日起最少住宿2晚


An absolute MUST:) off the beaten track and worth every step of the adventure. A fabulous place to rest and rejuvenate after exploring ruins and cenotes. Elisa makes incredibly delicious local recipes and the welcome to the table with homemade beer and mezcal is delightful! Alfredo and Elisa have created a truly special place indeed and the two of them are beautiful humans inside and out. I highly recommend you spend at least a couple of nights here:) yes the symphony of roosters is very present, but alas! All part of the magic of la selva;)

Si vous voulez un coin de paradis ou tout est conçu pour que vous puissiez vous connecter à la Nature, c'est ici ! Elisa et Alfredo ont tout construit et ca vaut le détour ! Ils vous accueilleront merveilleusement et mettront tout en œuvre pour votre bien être ; je recommande chaudement !

It's a real off-the-beaten-track stay. You sleep in hammocks in the middle of the nature. The shower and toilet are ecological. The communication is really clear, their English is good and they give you all the information needed to find their place. We had dinner and breakfast with them and it was the most 'Mayan' food we've tasted during all of our trip. The conversations we had were very interesting, they both know a lot about the history of their country.

Open and airy, E & A's place was the perfect spot to unwind and disconnect after a busy week of traveling. We only wish we could've stayed longer!

We stayed for 9 days in the hammock hut. It was surprisingly comfortable! They have created a great space to stay. We came across all sorts of wildlife, it's not a bad thing just something to be mindful about. A flashlight or phone light is a must for traveling to the bathroom or shower at night. The roosters in this town are quite confused on when to crow, that was an interesting adjustment ( ear plugs for light sleepers) . The breakfast they provided was delicious. E is a great cook! I would Definitely inquire about dinner w them. Plus they are a joy to visit with. A very talented couple! They were very helpful on giving us tips on things to do and the best way to get around. It's a quick walk into town to either eat (cachimba? was a really good restaurant) or catch a bus or taxi. We had a fun adventure!

We stayed in the hut with 2 hammocks but no bed. It was more comfortable than expected. For me both nights were good, my friend, who is a bit taller, needed the hammock to be hanged across the room so she could stretch out during the night (what was no problem and actually suggested by the host when we arrived, but she wanted to try it). E&A are really kind people and will answer all your questions graciously. You don´t need to be afraid of the out door shower or the composting toilet, which didn´t smell at all by the way. There even was a pool to refresh yourself. The hut itself is simple, but perfect the way it is. I would recommend staying there to anyone. We liked this accomodation best during our trip! Just make sure you bring a flashlight when you are not used to walking in forests + mosquito repellent (which we needed everywhere, not just here).

We've had the best time! So relaxing and so exciting to stay in a place where you feel so connected with the jungle, nature and also the REAL Mexico! You where both amazing hosts and we felt so welcome and looked after! It was an incredible pleasure and we would love to come back so much so we will be back in two days!! If you like to be immersed in wildlife and real living, then look no further to get your fix! The hospitality was the best we have experienced on all our travels! Muchas Gracias


图伦, 墨西哥注册时间:四月 2014
E & A的用户个人资料E & A是超赞房东。

We are a couple from central Mexico who like ancient civilizations. We were delighted with Mayan culture and the peninsula.

We built our house with an architecture of the earth on the rural side of the Mayan transition zone in the ejido of Macario Gomez.
With the purpose of harmonize with the peculiar environment in which we live and in order to preserve the underground water flows, we incorporate alternative and sustainable solutions, happens to be also off the grid.

In 2013 by support of many local workers we started this housing project "Casa Xaan In Ná" (mayan: house of palms), minded to consciuous travellers, artists and friends.
We enjoy to share a real look of a local life. We like the off beat paths, hidden ruins, unrevealed cenotes, little towns trapped in time.

You are very welcome to immerse into the beauty of the simplicity and a simpler way of life.

About Food&Beverages.
We offer dinner by advance reservation and some extras to enjoy in the room.
We work based on the remains and recipes that persist in the Mayan area where we are neighbors and Nahua part of the central Mexico. We elaborate artisan beer.

Some literature we can recommend to read before or while your trip down here:
Sylvanus Morley, THE ANCIENT MAYA

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