December 29th, 2018 - January 3rd, 2019
$1150 per person includes: lodging and a full slate of daily experiences including yoga, whale watching, and standup paddleboarding.
3 dinners, including a private New Year's Eve celebration on the beach.
Not included: meals not listed above, alcoholic beverages, flights
Please note rooms are double occupancy (we'll pair you with someone awesome), or stay by yourself for an additional cost.
Our new home: El Copal, treehouse villas set in the hills, overlooking a plunge pool and flowers of all stripes, sorts, and sizes.
Just the right amount of crazy to ring in 2018. A full slate of laid back bars, a world famous Mezcaleria (complete with live music and salsa every night), and a bonfire to celebrate the New Year.
private boat charters for whalewatching. a native temescal (sweat lodge) ceremony. yoga on the beach. each day, join (or don't!) a totally optional, delightful, unexpected, local experience.
Pristine beaches. Hidden coves. Hikes to high vistas. Mazunte has something to offer everyone.
An intimate New Years Eve dinner, served by a professional chef on a secluded beach.
R & R At your own speed.
The coast of Oaxaca, home to wide open, miles-long beaches, plenty of mescal, and local culture stretching back thousands of years. Mazunte is it's heart, a small town filled with music in the streets, delicious local options for food, and a pristine coastline perfect for a dip. It's the perfect mix of laid back vibes coupled with vibrant energy to start off your 2019.
We're renting out a beautiful hotel on a hill overlooking the coast. Enjoy your stay in a palapa, the traditional (though with an updated take) structures typical in this part of Mexico - you'll recognize the roof made of palm leaves. Take a dip in the infinity pool set over the beach, lounge in a day bed swinging above the sand, or jump in the ocean to cool off.
Each day, you're invited to a (totally optional) local, delightful, unexpected experience, from a private whalewatching boat charter ending on a private beach to a temescal (native sweatlodge) ceremony performed by a local healer. On New Year's Eve, we'll come together on the beach for a delicious dinner. Think fresh-caught seafood out of carved pineapples.