Described as the place “where Robinson Crusoe meets Architectural Digest”, Haramara Retreat is a magical and idyllic place created and designed to provide a natural and supportive environment for groups, couples and individuals to relax, renew and restore well-being. We are known for, and pride ourselves on, doing everything possible to make the group instructor’s work effective and the guest’s stay magical.
Haramara (“Mother Sea” in the native Huichol Indian language) is an exclusive, intimate and secluded seaside retreat offering superior mind-body-spirit experiences along with sensual tropical harmony to every guest. Haramara offers serenity, seclusion and security to ensure relaxing and renewing yoga and wellness retreats, as well as professional retreats, teacher trainings and workshops.
Deep thought and consideration was given to the placement and location of every structure at Haramara, so as to remain “at-one” with the spirit of the land, the jungle and the beach, with minimal environmental impact. Haramara has been built without mechanical equipment compromising the virgin jungle and every structure has been hand-built using traditional construction methods. The planning of Haramara took into consideration the environment AND the quality of your experience.
Your gastronomical experience at Haramara will be exquisite. Enjoy delicious vegetarian gourmet meals served in our spacious open air dining room with spectacular views that overlook the jungle and the ocean. All meals are tastefully prepared with fresh local ingredients and beautifully served with artistic presentations.
Haramara is located 45 minutes north of the airport in Puerto Vallarta, near the quaint town of Sayulita, in the spectacular Pacific coastal region known as Riviera Nayarit, Mexico.
From the moment you arrive to the moment you leave, you will be cared for and nurtured. Come experience for yourself the world-famous Haramara Magic!
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