Kabah-na Eco Resort it's a small touristic complex, situated in the southern part of the Quintana Roo region (Yucatan – Mexico), in the Mexican Caribbean Sea. It is made of 7 comfortable bungalows / Apartments, a restaurant and a beach bar; it is a sea front oasis of peace and relaxation.
The name Kabah-na in maya means “low house”. The philosophy behind this complex is to offer our customers a truly special and unique holiday experience - friendly hospitality and excellent service in a relaxing, natural environment.
During your holiday in Kabah-na you will appreciate the unspoilt, natural environment surrounding us and explore a world that today (unfortunately) we can discover only through documentary films.
Kabah-na is located at 8.6 kms along the coastal road leading from Mahahual to Xcalak, in the world-renowned area of Costa Maya. Mahahual is exactly placed in between the amazing Caribbean Sea and the unexplored jungle, a perfect place to enjoy a boat tour or a walk along the cost. For nature lovers this is definitely a wonderful place, where different species of birds live together: pelicans, flamingos (the beautiful red flamingos), eagles, frigate and many others.
Swimming with flippers and diving mask, a few meters from the coast, guests can experience a magical waterworld of corals and small sea creatures. Two hundred meters from the coast lays the Mesoamerican Reef (the second longest Reef in the world), where you can marvel at the enormous coloured corals formations and several maritime species like sea turtles, parrotfishes, angelfishes, barracudas, ray and with some luck dolphins.
The most charming characteristics of this region is the direct and close contact with nature and the distance from "civilisation" with its unpleasant features such as traffic and pollution. A sophisticated solar panel system provides clean energy 24 hours a day. Guests experience a natural idyll within a highly comfortable, friendly and eco-responsible environment. Find an unique and exclusive lodgings / accommodation in Mahahual.