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House Rules

Renting the entire house

We offer renting the entire house just for you and your close ones - perfect for retreats, events, or various workshops. Xochiquetzal can house at maximum 8 guests. Please, let us know how we should prepare the bed configuration before your stay. The house can fit 4 couples and 4 single guests, or a maximum of 8 single guests in total. In Rancho de las Hamacas Community, there are Airbnb rentals within walking distance if your event requires more beds. The nearby town also offers a couple of hotels.

Cancellation Policy

We use Airbnb’s “Strict’ Cancelation Policy:

  • 50% refund until 1 week prior to your arrival, excluding fees.

  • A reservation is officially regarded as canceled when the guests send an email with the word Cancellation in the Subject Line and includes wording indicating an intent to cancel

  • Cancellation policies may be superseded in the event of extenuating circumstances:

  • The guest has a serious illness or there’s a serious illness in the family

  • There’s a natural disaster in the destination country

  • There’s political unrest in the destination country

  • The guest has jury duty or similar civil obligations

General

  • Wi-Fi internet access available for guests

  • Parking spots for two cars

  • We do NOT allow pets!

  • Payment through PayPal 

Activities

Let us know if you’d like us to make a reservation for the trip, a tourist guide, and a driver. The most notable local activities and attractions are:

  • Whale, dolphin, and turtle watching on a boat

  • Crocodile watching - just a 15 minutes’ drive to Ventanilla Park

  • Hot Springs Trip - 1 hour drive, then 1 hour of hiking through rivers to get to natural hot sulphur springs, with healing water that detoxifies the body.

  • Swim in the River - around 1 hr drive

  • Kayak adventure to the bay or the lagoon (different destinations available) with a professional tourist guide

  • Bioluminescent Lagoon trip - around 1 hr (pick up at 6) to swim with gorgeous bioluminescent lights surrounding you

  • Sweat Lodge Ceremony - a traditional ritual to cleanse the body and the soul

  • Massage (reservation necessary)

  • Hydro massage (reservation necessary)

  • Drum Circle dancing on a Sunday sunset

  • Free diving Tour (preferably experienced divers)

  • Surfing lessons

  • Snorkeling at the bay at the end of San Agustinillo

  • Tour of Puerto Angel’s different beaches

How to get there?

  • Flight to Huatulco or Puerto Escondido in Mexico.

  • Normally, you land first in Mexico City, then transfer for approximately 1 hr to Huatulco or Puerto Escondido.

  • To get to the house, we recommend using a Taxi or renting a car.

  • To rent a car, it costs around $40 per day in low season, and around $60 in high season.

  • A taxi transfer from the airport costs between $80 to $100 to rent. However, we can pick you up from the airport for just $40 (book in advance with us).

  • If you’re renting a car, take the highway until you get to an OXXO, then turn left. This way, you will get to Mazunte first, then San Agustinillo. When you get to the end of town, turn right and after about 5 minutes, you’ll be at the entrance to Rancho de las Hamacas. Go straight and you will get to an intersection. Take the road on the right that goes up, until you see a wooden sculpture on the left - that means you’re at your destination.

  • If using a Taxi, point them in the direction of Rancho de las Hamacas in San Agustinillo.

What’s there to do around the house?

Casa Xochiquetzal is located on a hill, 10 minutes of walking on the beach away from the town of San Agustinillo - a small, one street town. Next to the beach, there are a lot of cozy restaurants with delicious local cuisine.

The town of Mazunte is located around 30 minutes’ walk away, and is one of the Mexico’s “Pueblo Magico” - a selection of tourist towns, which offer visitors special experiences because of their natural beauty, cultural richness, vibrant traditions, deep folklore, historical

reverence, tasty cuisine, magnificent art and crafts, as well as great hospitality. The town also offers a variety of stores, including vegetable stores, pharmacies, doctor clinics, and a wide selection of restaurants - all surrounding a clean and beautiful beach.

Punta Cometa also named the Sacred Hill, is the furthest south-western point in Mexico, a spectacular place where you can watch the most gorgeous sunrise in your entire life. Trust us, the sunset is definitely worth the 20-30 min hike.

To the other side, located a 15 minutes’ drive away is the town of Zipolite, a free spirit town, with a nudist beach (don’t worry, being nude is fully optional), a variety of quaint restaurants, and many local artisans who are always happy to show tourists their craft. The beach is open to the sea, making it quite dangerous to swim, but if you hike till the end of the beach you will get to La Playa del Amor - another beach, this one small and breathtaking, that also gives you the choice of coming nude or clothed.

Pochutla is the town to get supplies from. It’s located around 40 minutes’ drive from Casa Xochiquetzal, and is one of the biggest town in the region. The town offers a street market every day to buy fresh organic products, especially on Mondays when

people who grow their own produce come down from the mountains, La Sierra, to sell fresh

food to locals and tourists alike.

La Sierra San Jose del Pacifico

San José del Pacífico is located over 2300 metres above the sea level and is nowadays becoming a trendy destination, especially because of the fresh psychedelic mushrooms that can be bought in the area. However, this small town nestled in the mountains of Oaxaca, also has much more to offer, including a magical forest and the local tradition of enjoying a Temazcal - a traditional steam sweat lodge.

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Resort Locations

Rancho las Hamacas,
San Agustinillo,
Santa María tonameca ,
Pochutla,
70947 Oaxaca,
Oax., Mexico

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