The perfect vacation awaits.

The recently renovated neighborhood of Chan Chemuyil is a charming international community, and the perfect place to call your home away from home. This development of single family homes is perfectly located within walking distance (less than 10 minutes) to one of the most beautiful beaches in the entire Riviera Maya - Xcacel Beach, recently voted the fourth best beach in Mexico and one of the top beaches in the world - a pure and secluded tropical paradise hidden among popular tourist destinations. Whether you are a frequent or first-time visitor, Chan Chemuyil has the ideal vacation rental for you. Enjoy your very own casa and explore the area while avoiding the crowds at the mega resorts. Each casa provides you with the comfort and privacy of your own home while placing you right in the heart of the Mayan Riviera.

 

 

Living it up in Chan Chemuyil.

 

In Chan Chemuyil, we believe in living life to the fullest. We enjoy patio living, beach bumming and good eating. Walk to Xcacel beach, a stunning bay with a wide white sand beach and turquoise waters. Snorkel in crystal clear water while enjoying the solitude of this undiscovered treasure. Get acquainted with Mexican culture in the small town of Chemuyil and enjoy snorkeling in nearby Akumal Bay, Xel-Ha or Yal Ku Lagoon, or drive less than ten miles to the Mayan Ruins at Tulum. Chan Chemuyil's proximity to all the attractions of the Riviera Maya and budget-friendly price makes it the ideal place for families and friends planning the ultimate trip to paradise. 

 

 

Xcacel Beach

One of the world's best beaches

Xcacel is a remote and beautiful beach with deep white powder sand and crystalline waters.  Still relatively unknown, it is a tranquil beach with few people. Xcacel is, however, well populated with turtles during their nesting season (May-November) when the mother turtles come ashore to bury their eggs. The area is thoroughly protected but be careful where you step so as not to flatten any mounds of buried turtle eggs. 

Xcacelito Cenote

a Secret piece of paradise

Beyond the beach and the dunes, there's a narrow sandy path surrounded by impenetrable jungle. Follow the path to the very end to find this incredibly beautiful hidden cenote which shines like a mirror of crystal clear water reflecting all the trees and mangroves surrounding it. The cenote water is fresh, and there are lots of small tropical fish living there so bring your snorkel gear.

 

Akumal Bay

world class snorkeling & diving

The waters here are teeming with tropical fish and coral reefs. Three major reef formations range in depth from 25 to 140 feet. In addition to the brightly colored fish and coral, the reefs host turtles, eels and sharks. Divers can also explore fresh water cenotes and 120-foot sunken ship just off-shore. Along Akumal's beach, a variety of water sports are available. Rent kayaks and paddle down to the lagoon for some snorkeling, or rent a boat with a captain to enjoy a day of fishing. Get an aerial view of Akumal by parasailing from the beach or rent a jet ski for an adrenaline pumping tour of the riviera.

Tulum Ruins

The ancient mayan city by the sea

Even if you are not a history buff, the ruins at Tulum will take your breath away.  Imagine having made all of these pyramids and structures without the use of any modern tools we have access to today? There are hundreds of Mayan ruins throughout Cent, but the Yucatan Peninsula (where Tulum, Playa del Carmen and Cancun are) has some of the most impressive ruins. If you do want to combine  the Tulum ruins with other activities and make a day of it, you do have a few choices. The Tulum ruins are built by the sea, so wear your swimsuit and head down to the beach for a refreshing dip.