Did you see the historically-accurate Viking hut we featured earlier this week? When I came across this Mayan Coba Hut in Tulum, Mexico, it was remarkable to me to see the similarities in the building style — the thatch roof, the a-frame design — just goes to show you that great tiny building transcends time, geography and cultures!
This hut in the jungle is an awesome vacation spot, where you can sleep in a queen bed while listening to nature sounds all around. There’s an outdoor bathroom area walled in by trees, including a magical shower. The hut is run 100% on solar power, and there’s even WiFi!
You can book your stay over at Airbnb.
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Stay in a Mayan Coba Hut A-Frame in Tulum, Mexico
Mosquito netting lines the entire a-frame.
Here’s your entrance into the house.
The bathroom with a wall of trees for privacy.
A bamboo spigot for water.
Look at this amazing outdoor shower!
This is part of the community area.
The community area has plenty of places to relax.
There’s a kitchen and dining area as well.
Our Jewel Huts are intimately set amongst the trees, apart from our main cabanas. Perfect for nature seeking travelers wanting intimacy with nature. Our walls are completely screened from ground to ceiling giving you a complete view into the jungle and your private shower is walled only by the trees that surround you!
Lumapi is 100% sustainable and very conscious with nature and the environment. We’re solar powered with the convenience of electricity, fans, and wifi as well as use a 100% ecological system called ELEMENTAL to treat our grey waters and not damage Mother Earth…
Our huts run on 100% solar from Mayan materials….
The shared central palapa has a fully equipped kitchen; fridge, oven, stove, and all the utensils you may need to cook delicious meals, as well as sofa and hammocks; great to chill out or chat with other travelers and share stories at the end of your day.
Dip into our natural water plunge pool, read a book, nap in a hammock…
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Our big thanks to Lumapi for sharing!🙏
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