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Casual, tranquil, secluded and relaxed, Sol Caribe is a small, exclusive, beachfront resort with private cabanas and suites, on the Caribbean Sea side of Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula; in the state of Quintana Roo… it is one of the last untouched corners of the Mayan Riviera with a desert island feel. Just 35 km south of the town of Tulum and 8 km from the village of Punta Allen, Sol Caribe is located within a protected oasis of extraordinary natural beauty, the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, Mexico’s largest wetland nature reserve and one of the world’s greatest fly fishing spots on Ascension Bay (Bahia de la Ascension). Explore the Mayan ruins dotting the jungle landscape, snorkel in the Great Meso-American Barrier Reef just off the beach, enjoy the fresh seafood in our beachfront restaurant,watch the sea turtles swimming in the waves… or just relax under a palapa on a white sandy beach that you have all to yourself.
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This was my second visit here and it's better than ever. Now that Tulum has become "the next stop after Ibiza on the global DJ party circuit" (Who Killed Tulum-thecut.com), Sol Caribe is a little piece of paradise inside The Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve. A charming 8 room ocean
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If you are looking for paradise by the beach, this is your spot. The sunrise and sunsets were gorgeous, the staff were lovely and took amazing care of us (say hello to Samuel if you go) , and the accommodations were excellent. Our room on the second floor had a great balcony
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Magical spot - on a super quiet stretch of beach south of the chaos that is Tulum. My return visit for a quick 4 days, and the hotel has been expanded now to 8 rooms which are bright, ultra clean, large and comfortable. Nothing disappoints, from the food to the beach, and
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This was one of the best beach vacations ever. Something to enjoy nature, sun and sand without the feeling of being a tourist. The hotel is well kept and clean. The staff is phenomenal, Toño, Lupita, Yesennia, and the rest of the team made us feel at home. The food was also
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We found this lodging to be such a delight. Not a large resort, I think only 10 rooms. Staff was super nice, Resturant on site and was fantastic and fresh. Tips... when entering the BioSphere the attendants will try to make you pay an entrance fee for every day you stay. We
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Hi Stacey. I was there a couple of weeks ago and the road is bad. In fact regulars said it was the worst its been for 5 years. It is quicker to walk in some sections. We did see some workmen grading the road. Hire car companies don't allow you to take their cars there so don't tell them. It took 3 hours 20 min from Tullum to Sol Caribe by taxi. Its fine for 4x4's. Having said that I would still go back!
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What is the best way to get there if we fly into Cancun?
I'd recommend renting a rugged vehicle from one of the many internationally known car rental agencies located at the Cancun airport. We made the trip South to Sol Carribe during the rainy season and rented a compact sport utility vehicle (SUV). The SUV did not have four wheel drive or even all wheel drive, but it did have a higher ground clearance than most other rental cars. You will need the higher ground clearance and sensible rough road driving skills (slow down & stick to the sides of any water hazard) and you should do fine.
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Est il possible de pêcher?
Se tarda algo mas de 1 hora, en un carro normal. Hay baches, pero al menos en Mayo 2017 no estaba mal. Hay que ir despacio ya que es angosta, y tiene curvas con vegetación que tapan bastante la visibilidad. Si hay llovido mucho, el camino puede estar muy diferente, y algunas zonas quedan inundadas. Suerte!
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"i doubt there's a bad room in the house!"
"I don't think you loose on any room small property everything is on the beach !"
"Rooms facing the sea provide wind against mosquitoes"
"We loved our corner room (in the main lodge), we could open the windows and the breeze blew all night."
"All rooms are spacious and sea facing."
US$207 - US$297 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
sol caribe hotel punta allen
MexicoYucatan PeninsulaQuintana RooRiviera MayaPunta Allen
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