Discover a world like no other in the Sian Ka'an Biosphere...

Our property, Xamach Dos, features six different casitas, each unique in it's own way; The beautiful and rustic treetop cabana with one queen bed, the two bedroom casa grande with 3 beds, cabana sol and cabana luna with 2 queen beds each, and the small, secluded casa secreta with one queen bed. All have private baths and porches. Our beautiful open air palapa restaurant sits in the center of the property, surrounded by beautiful palms and offering unobstructed Caribbean views.

If you are looking for a true getaway, this is it..there are no neighbors for miles each way!

The warm, calm caribbean waters are excellent for swimming, kayaking, and snorkeling, with an unspoiled reef system just a hundred or so yards from the powder sand beach. Take one of our kayaks out in the bay, or take a boat trip into the laguna with mayan fishing and nature guides..or do nothing at all! We have hammocks to relax in all over the property. Wait till you see the stars at night..and the spectacular sunrises in the morning!

Xamach Dos is a True eco resort,
solar powered (24 hour electricity, as well as wireless internet) and nature friendly.

So come on down to the place International living magazine featured as
“a relaxing caribbean beach getaway in mexico”

If you are looking for something out of the ordinary, this is the place for you!

Having only six cabanas and the 2 bedroom Casita to rent adds to the charm and exclusivity of Xamach.

low season: may 16th-dec. 1st
high season: dec. 1st-dec. 15th & jan. 5th-may 15th
holiday season: dec. 16th-jan. 4th
All pricing in U.S. Dollars
15% tax not included   (IVA + Occupancy Tax)

Cabana Casa Palmas Our newest 2-story casita featuring a spectacular ocean view upper deck. Casa Palmas has two queen beds, one upstairs and one downstairs, along with a beautiful handcrafted stone and coral shower.

Cabana Casa Palmas

HIGH SEASON.....$175/Night

LOW SEASON......$100/Night


Cabana Las Lunas has 2 queen beds each, a small table, and covered front porches to relax on.

Cabana Las Lunas

HIGH SEASON.....$140/Night

LOW SEASON......$100/Night


The third cabana, The Treetop, has one queen bed and nestled up high in the palms right on the waters edge.

Treetop Cabana

HIGH SEASON.....$150/Night

LOW SEASON......$100/Night


The fourth cabana, the small, rustic Casa Secreta offers privacy unmatched anywhere.

Casa Secreta

HIGH SEASON.....$100/Night

LOW SEASON......$60/Night


The Casa Grande casita is a 2 bedroom with living room and bath. Both bedrooms open to an amazing covered lanai with driftwood accents.

Casa Grande

HIGH SEASON.....$150/Night

LOW SEASON......$125/Night


Cabana Balam is a secluded cabana for 2 tucked just inside the jungle, steps away from the ocean. It also has a handcrafted stone and coral shower.

Cabana Balam

HIGH SEASON.....$120/Night

LOW SEASON......$80/Night


In the center of our property is the crown jewel- a beautiful open air palapa restaurant and bar. A work of art with drftwood, shells, and other natural materials, this is the gathering place for guests to meet, blend, play games, and enjoy fresh, local fare from one of our talented chefs. And the view is spectacular...

Our Beautiful,central restaurant and gathering area was hand built by Mayans using only the finest native woods.

We are a true eco -resort, much of our building materials comes from the sea, and stones from the jungle, coral, we strive to keep Xamach Dos a natural haven. We are solar powered as well.

Breakfast, including coffee and juice...$12

We accept cash- U.S. Dollars, Mexican Pesos, or Euros

Xamach Dos is located deep in the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, A UNESCO World Heritage site covering 1.3 million acres of jungle, lagoon systems, and untouched Caribbean beaches.

The Sian Ka'an is home to over 330 bird species, 103 mammal species, and at least 23 recorded Mayan ruin of the largest is Xamach, right across the road from us and available for our guests to explore.

We are one of only 3 resorts located in this remarkable area (and by far the most fun). Birdwatching, fishing and beachcombing are among the many things to do at Xamach, as well as kayaking out to our unspoiled reef system (kayaks are free to use for our guests). We can also set up lagoon tours and flyfishing expeditions with experienced local guides.

So head south from Tulum down the fabled Boca Paila Road and discover a place like no other, the last of it's kind...Xamach Dos.


Dan Hazard

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