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6 Jan 2017
“Excellent for people who enjoy nature and take care of it”
22 Aug 2013
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Reviewed 6 January 2017

Beautiful place to be in real contact with nature. If you are looking for comfort this is not the place for you because it is austere in order to take care of nature. But if you are looking for disconnecting of the city and have...More

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Reviewed 22 August 2013

It is definitely, to my point of view, a "bio" Organic green... trap! The room and especially the family room is very small for 2200 pesos/night. The mattresses were horrible really (big curve in the middle, bad smell). All right, you get the massage free...More

1  Thank virginieericf
Reviewed 12 September 2011

We made the mistake of trying to find this place after dark and after driving 7 hours. We gave up and had to backtrack to a more visible resort for the night. The next morning we found it and what a thrill it was. This...More

2  Thank liliVirginia
Reviewed 17 July 2011

The "shamans" resort is rather a tourist attraction, but if you do not expect the real thing you can actually enjoy it. It has restaurant (good prices, good food), temazcal, mud spa, massage cabin and some amazing paths through the jungle. You can swim in...More

3  Thank iliveinmexico
Reviewed 11 May 2009

Lake Catemaco is beautiful and this "eco-resort" is wonderfully located away from the main town on the edge of the lake. As an "eco-resort" it is solar powered and the cabins are very simple, with no fans and the lighting only for as long as...More

3  Thank aussie-family34
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Mexico > Central Mexico and Gulf Coast > Veracruz > Veracruz
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"There are all cabins on a natural spring"
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"do not take the family, better to take 2 at 1300 pesos if you decide to go anyway!"
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