Haramara Retreat Sayulita is a first class, yoga focused, eco-retreat setting described as where “Robinson Crusoe meets Architectural Digest.” This exclusive and intimate seaside oasis offers guests a magical and idyllic experience just outside of Sayulita Mexico in the beautiful Riviera Nayarit.
Enjoy vegetarian meals made from fresh organic ingredients and hand-built private cabanas free of electricity. There’s also a totally private exclusive beach. Every part of Haramara Retreat Sayulita is carefully designed to focus on refreshing and rejuvenating your personal wellness. There are also two strategically positioned Yoga Shalas on the property, allowing guests to take in panoramic and ever changing views of the mountains and vast Pacific Ocean.
**Collage of Yoga Room Attachment Shala #2 & #3 HERE
**Collage of Cabanas #1 #2 #3 (can the background have a vivid color? instead of white)
Private Individual Cabanas
Single Cabana 1 King Size Bed $3,200
Double Cabana 2 Queen Size Beds $2,600
Triple Cabana 3 Single Beds $2,300
Quad Cabana. 4 Single Beds $2,100
Dormitory 8 Single Beds $1,900 (Women Only)
$300 Deposit to hold your Cabana Non-Refundable
Attachments Dining room #1 #2 & Food HERE
- Buffet breakfast will be served by kitchen wait staff, wearing gloves and a mask.
- Lunch and dinner will be served individually at each table by waiters provided with washable gloves and masks.
- The operation of the kitchen service will comply with the established cleaning and hygiene protocols, which include the use of white washable gloves and masks, as well as the disinfection of all products at their reception.
There is electricity in the Dining Lounge to use Laptops & Charge Electronics
Airport Transfer Shuttles:
Guests will be met outside customs at Puerto Vallarta airport and brought directly to Haramara. The shuttles will be spaced accordingly.
Temperatures will be taken as guests arrive. The reception staff is trained in order to respect the rules of healthy distance and hygiene. The suitcases will be disinfected before they are taken to rooms. The welcome snack remains as traditionally offered with the assistance of the waiters.