Join Casa Xixim co-founder/creative director/herbal crafter for a relaxation-infused, adventure-fueled, foodie-escape grounded in a complete mind-body reset.

You’ll spend 5 nights and 6 days at Casa Xixim immersed in wellness, adventure, workshops, and healthy food. Each day is led by your host Jenny and our beloved local guides, with practices designed to incorporate back home.

It’s been our dream to take the foodie experience at Casa Xixim to the next level. So we are bringing on renowned Mexico City born and raised Chef Joaquin Cardoso to curate our menu to bring you new delights. Joaquin has an impressive culinary portfolio – starting with training in Lyon, France at l´Institut Paul Bocuse, 2 Michelin stars at l´ Hôtel Thoumieux, onward to Pujol and Noma, and currently in Mexico City with Hotel Carlota, his own Loup Wine Bar and more endeavors. This retreat is the testbed for Joaquin’s new menu – with him in the kitchen. We will be his eager taste testers, plus have plenty of adventures and hammock time on the agenda.

Your custom itinerary includes all the favorite things we’ve experienced in the area over the years. Come alone and make new friends while staying in a single room, or choose a double and come with a BFF.

5 Nights
March 23 – 28 (updated)
Single: $1395
Double: 2 Beds: $1195/guest
Max Occupancy: 5 women

Retreat price includes: Lodging & taxes, private chef + food & drink, workshops, classes, materials, excursions, ground transportation to and from Cancun Airport*, eco-friendly bath products, housekeeping, groundskeeping, staff tips. Note: personal expenses, 1-2 meals out, and airfare not included.

Flights: Ideally we can coordinate flights to arrive and depart close enough together to utilize shared ground transportation costs. Ideal arrival on March 23 at CUN in the 4:00-6:00pm timeframe. Ideal departure on March 28 out of CUN in the 1:30pm or later.
*Flights outside these timeframes are fine but additional ground transportation fees will apply.


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Our daily itineraries embody the themes: Being, Intent-ing, Seeking, Receiving, Manifesting. It strikes a nice balance between relaxation and action, creating a flow that feels just right. Activities being planned: massage, nature treks, healing herbs, sacred maya ceremony, culinary delights, stargazing, mala crafting, mystical enchantings, yoga, and plenty of beach time kayaking, snorkeling, and paddle boarding. All workshops and meals held at Casa Xixim (unless specified). Once you’ve booked we’ll send more trip details and itinerary.

The retreat was amazing and everything was perfectly planned. We can’t wait to make our way back someday. – Allison

I was so overwhelmed by the beauty, the welcoming people and the healing energy of Casa Xixim. The planning was perfect and the food was impeccable. I can’t wait to come back and explore more of this beautiful country! – Bridget

Was SO wonderful. Missing your heavenly space and phenomenal staff, guides, food, flow and views. – Adrienne

Located off the beaten path between the jungle and ocean, Casa Xixim is surrounded by wild nature. Soliman Bay is 100km from the Cancun Airport and just 14km to Tulum. The villa has private pool, beach, rooftop gardens, and includes private chef, live-in groundskeeper, and daily housekeeping. It is an ideal place to deeply vacation.

We built Casa Xixim from the ground up, basing every design decision on the ideal layout for vacationing groups seeking sustainable travel. Walls slide open and closed to maximize the connection to nature, and create the ultimate cross breeze. Rain water collection, composting wetlands, and solar power keep us running. The social gathering spaces – dining, sofa, pool, terraces – are energizing, fun, and invite togetherness. The four master bedrooms are spacious and private, with each having their own unique personality to fit everyone in your group. And each booking at Casa Xixim includes $60 allocated to Rainforest Trust to protect the most threatened tropical forests, saving endangered wildlife through partnerships and community engagement.

We are proud to say that Casa Xixim has been featured by Dwell, HGTV, ArchDaily, InHabitat, received a 2019 AIA award, and was chosen as one of the best homes by Architectural Digest Mexico.



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