Residing alongside five kilometers of pristine Mexican coastline is the 30,000 acre Chamela-Cuixmala Biosphere Reserve; within this oasis sits Cuixmala, recognized as being at the forefront of Luxury-Eco destination travel. Here the boundaries separating you from nature are dissolved, whilst being one of the most luxurious places to stay in the world.
Created by Sir James Goldsmith, knighted for his services to ecology, the once private estate is now open as a destination for discerning travelers. Cuixmala is located on Mexico’s breathtaking Pacific Coast, in the state of Jalisco. Río Cuixmala courses along its southern border, from its northern boundary, vast hills look out over the coconut plantation towards the Pacific Ocean, and to the east, bamboo groves and mango trees number in their thousands.
The coastline affords a variety of rich landscape at Cuixmala. There are an array of beaches, from picture-postcard tranquility, to rocky bluffs jutting out into the powerful Pacific. The landscape ranges from lush jungle, coconut palm groves and lagoons, to sweeping savannah and grasslands. Integrated with respect into these different environments are not only the main house of Casa Cuixmala, but three large villas, six bungalows, and ten casitas.
Guests immerse in these surroundings from the comfort of their accommodation, by the beach, or by embarking on one of many recreational past times, from riding horseback through the coconut plantations, snorkeling from Playa Caleta Blanca, or visiting our vast Biodynamic farm
“Nothing is more exciting than seeing a house that looks like a fantasy movie. This is the feeling when seeing Casa Cuixmala.