Mexico Beachfront Getaway
La Casa Jardin de Mayto is a remote vacation rental on the Pacific coast of Mexico, located 2 hours South of Puerto Vallarta, in Mayto, Jalisco on Mayto Beach. With its brilliant sandy beach that seems to go on and on and on, this three bedroom, two-bath home, overlooking some of the most pristine waters in Mexico, accommodates 2-6 people.
One of Mexico's lesser known oceanside havens is for the traveler looking to unwind in a more private and serene setting, while experiencing Mexico at its heart.
Here is a little bit about me:
I love laughing, walking, relating to others, organic gardening, watching/obsering birds and other creatures of the wild, reading, spending time with friends and family, as well as living/being in natural settings such as the Rocky mountains or by the Pacific ocean. I love beauty and love to create comfort and beauty for those I am hosting, as I am a natural born nurturer!
I co-owned and taught at a Montessori School in Santa Fe, New Mexico and then began doing Hospice Care, helping others to not only make the transition with as much dignity, grace and comfort as possible, but equally to live the highest quality of life until their time to say goodbye.
I have a very strong connection with the people and culture of Mexico! The generosity of spirit that is displayed over and over again, especially in the rural areas; their priority for quality time with family and friends; their hard working and fun loving demeanor; as well as welcoming me, a foreigner, with open arms has been a tremendous gift in my life.
If you would like to reserve a time at Casa Jardin, I would be delighted to host you.
“This is one of the last undeveloped coastal regions in Mexico. The sea, the beach, the front yard are all exquisitely beautiful! The constant sound of the ebb and flow of the waves lulls one into a calm, soothing, relaxed state of being.”
While primarily for those that want to be away from the hustle and bustle of city life and city vacations, La Casa Jardin de Mayto is also for the environmentally minded.
The University of Guadalajara has set up a small station, which year-by-year continues to grow, for monitoring and protecting the many turtles that lay their eggs on this long stretch of beach all but 3 months of the year. They guard the nest until the babies hatch and wind their way back to the ocean. It is quite a celebratory pastime to witness.
From iguanas to Pelicans there are many wonderful and varied creatures to observe in their natural habitat along with an extreme diversity of plant life.
Swimming, Fishing, Snorkling, LONG Beach Walks, Shell Hunting, are some of the local activities.
There are also many small villages in the outlying areas where one can meet locals still living in many of the traditional ways. One of the better known is the fishing village, Tehuamixtle less than 10 minutes away.
Visitors can rent a guide and his panga, or flat-bottomed boat in Tehuamixtle (Tehua for short) to catch their own dinner or enjoy local fisherman's catch of the day,
El Tuito, only an hour away, has festivals for every occasion, shops and restaurants. Mass is offered daily.
You will have to experience it for yourself to understand the beauty and wonder of this remote hideaway.
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My Standard Rate
1 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.
High Season Rates (Nov. 15, 2014 thru May 14, 2015)
1 nite: $45.00 per/person
2 nites: $90.00 per/person
3 nites: $130.00 per/person
4 nites: $165.00 per person
5 nites: $195.00 per/person
6 nites: $225.00 per/person
7 nites: $250.00 per/person
Summer Rates Lower May 15, 2015 thru Nov. 14, 2015 (Contact Owner)
Cancellation Policy: 60 days/full refund 30 to 59/half---less than 30/resched
“One of the greatest benefits of all is getting to know the locals, those that originally settled Mayto., as well as getting away from the hustle and bustle of ones daily life.”