15 Oct 2019

Located in the southern Mexican state of Quintana Roo, Tulum offers great archaeological sites and natural wonders, including the longest underground river in the world and the 2nd largest coral reef barrier, not to mention its amazing beaches.

Tulum is an increasingly popular destination any time of year, with peak season during the winter months when tourists are looking for a warmer destination. The busiest week in the year is over New Year’s, when Tulum is chosen as the perfect Caribbean destination. There are many options if you are planning on spending New Year’s Eve in Tulum.

So here are some travel tips for you:

  1. As any other destination, airfare as well as lodging options increase their prices during this week, so it is safe to say you must plan your vacation ahead of time in order to get the best choice.
  • Tulum can be enjoyed during New Year’s Eve even if you are vacationing with your kids. Many hotels have their own New Year’s dinner parties, usually included in a package along with your hotel reservation.
  • You can book your New year’s eve dinner party at any restaurant you like, it will surely include a delicious dinner, music, fireworks and fun. If you are late and can’t find dinner reservations on the beach zone, try “el pueblo” or the downtown area, there are excellent restaurants where delicious menus and fun are guaranteed at more affordable rates.
  • Local traffic can be heavy on the beach road; if you hotel does not offer bikes, make sure you rent one so you can move around at your ease and without wasting too much time in the car.
  • If your mind is set on dining in specific popular restaurants, book them ahead or through your hotel concierge. However, not all restaurants take bookings so make sure you check in advance.
  • New Year’s Eve music festivals and live entertainment have become more popular in Tulum. Here are some of the most famous locations and parties to welcome the new year:

Papaya Playa Project New Year’s Eve Celebration.

An experience for all of your senses, it includes fine dining, live performers and live arts including circus and theatre shows “Las Vegas” style.  This event is very popular and has an excellent reputation, so buy your tickets ahead of time and get ready to party under the stars and until sunrise.

Zamna Tulum:  

This an eco village located outside of Tulum and is hosting this year’s Sound Tulum Music Festival, with live music shows starting on  December 28th 2019 and ending on January 8th 2020.

New year’s eve party for 2020 will have a live performance by German artist Paul Kalkbrenner as well as Agents of Time, Damain Lazarus, Diplo and Guy Gerber.

If you decide to turn in soon after midnight, January 1st will be a perfect time to enjoy many venues that will be pretty crowd free, as everyone else will be busy making up for lost sleep!

Whatever way you choose to celebrate the new year in Tulum, enjoy and respect its beautiful natural environment.

15 Sep 2019

Tulum, Mexico is a tourist destination nestled between the exuberant tropical jungle, sacred Maya sinkholes, breathtaking archaeological sites and the beautiful Caribbean Sea. It has been known as the perfect paradise with a bohemian eco-chic and relaxing atmosphere, a place to reunite with nature and disconnect from the fast pace of life.

Tulum is also known for being an energy vortex, a place with a high energy field which is amplified by the nature that surrounds it. The ancient Maya used Tulum as a peregrination site and also built and astronomical observatory at the Archeological site of Tulum

These aspects, added to the natural wonders the area has to offer, has recently made Tulum a favorite spot for massive electronic music festivals, Ibiza style. As in life, there is always the good and the bad. There are people in favor of having these events in Tulum, and others against it. Maybe it’s a matter of points of view.

There are several music festivals that have taken place in Tulum and Playa del Carmen, the most popular one was the BPM (Beats Per Minute). It attracted large crowds of enthusiast music lovers, in search of a mystical, rhythmic and unique experience. EDM festivals (Electronic Dance Music) offer a mix of deep house, techno, electro, and other EDM genres and usually take place on the beach under a full moon or in the middle of the jungle. 

One of the most renowned music festivals in Tulum is called the Day Zero Festival and takes place in the jungle at Cenote dos Palmas

World famous DJs are invited as well as local performers, professional drummers, live artists, fire dancers and amazing circus acrobats. 

Music festival organizers tend to reduce or compensate the impact on nature and the environment. They usually promote recycling, reducing and reusing campaigns at their concerts. No single use glasses or plastic straws are allowed in these parties and in some cases, carbon emissions generated by flights of organizers and musicians are compensated by forestation programs.

Organizers also try to merge and respect the existing culture and traditions; one of way of doing is by inviting local Xamans to perform ancient rituals in order to show respect and to honor the Maya legacy and its ancestors. 

Diverse art, culture and musical events that take place at an ecological destination like Tulum, that lacks the infrastructure needed for large events such as parking areas, water supply, clean energy, etc. most likely will have a negative impact on the environment. Questions will always arise: Is Tulum the right place for these events? Is being in favor of them going against the soul and purpose of this beautiful destination? Is this a sign of “progress” and should we go with the flow? 

Even though many people come down to join these world famous musical events, Tulum is still a place where you can enjoy peace and quiet, there are lots of hotels that are far away from where these events take place. Or choose dates where no festivals are in town. So keep coming back to Tulum. Tulum is for all.

For more information on the upcoming Musical Festivals in Tulum, this link is suggested: 

https://mayamio.com/en/actividades/tulum-concerts-and-festivals/

01 Sep 2019

If you have ever been to Tulum before, you might have noticed this amazing destination offers a lot of options for tourists interested in wellness and health. Most visitors, aside from enjoying a laidback atmosphere, being in contact with nature and loving the turquoise waters of the Mexican Caribbean, are also on the healthy side, and being healthy does not involve only the body, but also the mind and spirit always yearning to get away from the stress of our daily lives.  Tulum has become one of the best spots in the planet if you wish to relax and reconnect with yourself.  

In Tulum you can also find a lot of restaurants that offer vegan and vegetarian menus, and you will be happy to know you will encounter several cold pressed juice bars along the main road on the hotel strip and fresh coconut water stands as well. 

Tulum is well known among those who love to be healthy and in contact with nature. Here are some of the options you can find if you wish to exercise during your Caribbean vacation:

Yoga retreats: Planned with at least a few months in advance, many hotels are devoted to this activity. The retreats usually last from 1 to 2 weeks, they include healthy food and great instructors. Their goal is to help you connect with yourself again, in the jungle or at the beach. 

Bikini Boot Camp: An eclectic idea that gathers an eco-chic atmosphere with workout and fun challenging classes. A place to make new friends, be healthy and recharge batteries. 

Jogging: For those who enjoy freedom and solitude, jogging can be the solution, you can run on the beach or on the cycle path that unites the hotel zone with downtown Tulum, or ride on a complimentary bike from your hotel. All free activities that will take you wherever you want to go at your own pace.

Kitesurf: This is a trend in Tulum. You can take lessons from a private instructor or bring down your equipment if you are a pro and enjoy the power of the wind while sailing the waves. 

Gyms: There are several fully equipped Gyms in the downtown area of Tulum that include a/a areas and private instructors that can be paid on a daily basis or request a weekly rate. For more fun and the Caribbean Sea as your backdrop, try Tulum Jungle Gym – open air, all exercise stations are handmade with natural materials such as stone and wood.

Spa: A perfect place to relax and get pampered at the same time. Try Naj Naay Spa at The Beach Tulum Hotel, they have an varied menu of treatments, from deep tissue therapy to a holistic session or a crystal healing therapy, that will rejuvenate your mind and body. A sauna, Turkish bath and Swedish shower are set to be added by the next Christmas Holiday season.

Yoga: you will find many hotels that have a specific area where they practice yoga on their daily morning sessions. You can stretch and breathe overlooking the ocean or surrounded by the tropical humidity of the jungle. 

Fitness in Tulum is easy to find, you just have to choose the activity and the state of mind that makes you feel happy. 

15 Aug 2019

Yucatan is a state so rich in every sense, it would take more than one visit to discover all its beauty: millenary Maya archaeological sites and cities, fascinating gastronomy, music and folkloric dances, ancient traditions, European influence in their architecture, unique gastronomy, beaches, and astonishing natural biospheres, will complete the experience of a state full of attractions, history and culture.

If you are into exploring places with stunning nature, Yucatan and its bio-reserves is the place to be at.

Celestun: Celestun in Maya means “painted stone”. In 1979 it was decreed by the Federal Government as “the Celestun Wildlife Refuge” and was upgraded to category of “Special Biosphere Reserve” in 1989. Celestun is a small coastal town 1.5 hours away from Mérida, Yucatán, with beaches, lagoons, mangroves and rivers, all places dotted with small hotels and delicious fresh seafood restaurants.

You can take a boat tour and see thousands of migrating pink American flamingos (from December through February) and countless species of waterfowl and shorebirds. It also homes endangered sea turtles, endemic plants and birds in coastal dune scrubs; estuary “nurseries” for many fish and marine species; highly productive mangrove communities; two endangered crocodile species; migrant and wintering waterbirds, shorebirds and songbirds.

Los Petenes: This is a permanently flooded salt marsh with a high diversity of flora and fauna. Petenes are complex habitats of islands with varied vegetation, a unique ecosystem in Mexico, representing the largest sea grass area in the Gulf of Mexico. It incorporates mangroves, salt pans, low land jungle, wetlands, fresh water sink holes and springs and is home for several species of reptiles, turtles, primates, felines, water birds, crustaceans and mollusks.

There are 47 species of mammals, 47 species of fish and 21 species of reptiles. You can find prehistoric horseshoe crabs, jabiru stork, ocellated turkey, American flamingo, stork, white pelican, spider monkey, jaguar, ocelot, bush dog, anteater, and ringtail.

There are several recreational activities at “Los Petenes” such as boat rides, kayaking and camping. You can also book a tour to visit the “Ex-Haciendas” of Chunkanan, Santa Cruz and Sodzil, amazing European constructions built in the 19th century, as well as visiting colonial Churches and ancient Maya temples.

El Palmar:  This is a protected biosphere reserve located about 80 km from the city of Merida. It has wetlands and “petenes” and the tallest lighthouse in Yucatan. The small town offers some rustic lodging options and delicious family owned seafood restaurants. Its abundance in fauna and flora attract visitors that are fond of eco-tourism. You can go on a bird watching tour, hire boat rides or take guided night walks to observe nature under a sky of a million stars.

So if you like been stunned by the beauty of nature, Yucatan and its bio-reserves will keep you coming back for more.

01 Aug 2019

Merida is the oldest city of Mexico and one of the most beautiful ones as well. It is called “The White City” and is considered to be the safest in Mexico to live in.  You will be amazed not only by the ancestral Maya legacy that remains alive and in every corner of this city, but also because of the remains of the European influence that modified the architecture, gastronomy and customs of this unique part of Mexico.

If you visit Merida, you will discover the beauty of Yucatan’s capital city by visiting these landmarks:

  1. Paseo de Montejo: This grand avenue, named after Francisco de Montejo, the Spanish conqueror that founded the city in 1542 who was inspired by France’s Champs-Élysées, is 3.4 miles of grand 19th Century mansions. The avenue offers a variety of high-end boutique Hotels, delicious restaurants, art galleries, and stores. Don’t miss stopping by the legendary ice cream shop “Colon”. Most of the mansions are now transformed into museums, banks or businesses; you can admire the French architecture and witness the economic boom this state had thanks to “henequén” (sisal fiber or green gold), produced and exported to Europe centuries ago.
  2. Gran Museo Del Mundo Maya: This is a first class museum which exhibits 1160 remarkably well-preserved ancient pottery and archaeological relics rescued from the many archaeological sites this wonderful state has, such as Chichen Itzá, Uxmal and Ek Balam. This museum intends to recognize the ethnicity of the Maya culture and people as a live culture as well as their millenary heritage. It is a great place to broaden your knowledge about this impressive culture before you visit any archaeological site.
  3. The food: Yucatan’s gastronomy is based on pork, deer, turkey, habanero chile, axiote, black beans, tortillas and some European ingredients.
    Try the “Cochinita Pibil” slow roasted pork, cooked underground with axiote and wrapped in banana leaves, “Panuchos” (corn tortillas stuffed with beans, lightly fried and garnished with tomatoes, lettuce, ground beef, chicken or turkey, avocado and pickled onions) or “Salbutes” (same as Panuchos but without the beans). One of their delicacies is “Queso Relleno” (pork filling prepared with onion, garlic, capers and olives, stuffed in Edam cheese) and “Sopa de Lima” (lime soup with shredded turkey and fried tortillas strips).
    You will be stunned by the cooking processes and hearty flavors of this unique gastronomy.
  1. The Haciendas: Built between the 17th and 19th centuries, the Haciendas were owned by noble Spanish families that produced and exported natural fiber rope to Europe. The rope derived from the “henequén” or agave plant was also known as “green gold”. Yucatan became a booming economy that had commerce and trade with other European countries and minimum contact with Mexico’s central government, society and businesses. These haciendas are colorful and majestic, the buildings are restored to perfection and they still preserve antique French furniture, chandeliers and tapestries that take you back in time. Most of them have been transformed into luxury boutique hotels, but you can still enjoy them without being a guest, by stopping for lunch at some of their restaurants. There are many more haciendas dotted through the State of Yucatan.

There is so much to see in Merida and it’s surroundings, the impressive ancient Maya cities and archaeological sites like Chichén Itzá, Uxmal and Ek Balam,

Celestún (Flamingo reserve), Izamal (the Yellow city) or swimming in fresh water sink holes called “cenotes”. The list can go on.

If you visit Merida, plan enough time to discovery the beauty of Yucatan’s capital city.

26 Jul 2019

Sea turtle nesting season in the Riviera Maya happens between the months of June and November. The local government and local non profit organizations take initiatives to protect the turtles and their nests in the Riviera Maya coasts.

Local police force guards the beaches day and night to protect them and along with several organizations encourage people to volunteer preventing poaching and the stealing of eggs for human consumption.

There are seven species of sea turtles in the world, six if them come to the beaches of Mexico for their nesting season. You might see female Green, Loggerhead, Hawksbill and the occasional leatherback turtle.

One single female turtle can lay up to 200 eggs at once. The eggs are laid safely on the sand inside a huge hole that turtles carve with their own fins, few meters away from the shore. Their eggs hatch 45 to 60 days later and the baby turtles come out of their shells and begin their amazing and dangerous journey towards the white crushing waves.

One amazing fact is that the grown female turtles always return to the same exact spot where they were born to lay their own eggs.

Here is all you need to know if you are vacationing during the turtle nesting season in the Riviera Maya and are lucky enough to encounter one:

  • Do not attempt to touch the sea turtle or crowd her, watch from a 30 feet distance.
  • Do not disturb the turtles, they are doing an amazing effort to lay their eggs.
  • Remain quiet and keep still, any noise can scare the turtle and she may abort

the mission and drop all of her eggs in the sea, with no chance for their survival.

  • Do not shine any lights towards the turtles or baby turtles.
  • Don’t use flash photography on nesting sea turtles or baby turtles.
  • No smoking around them.
  • Keep the beaches and sea clean. No straws, plastic bags, beer cans or any other garbage floating in the ocean: these are all lethal to sea turtles and other marine life.
  • While snorkeling or diving watch sea turtles from a distance, do not swim towards them and do not touch them. Their bite is harmful.
  • Instead of using sunscreen, wear a t-shirt in order to not pollute the water and harm marine life.

Stay on the safe side, the sea turtle is protected by Mexican law and it is illegal to disturb them, persecute or hunt them and consume their meat or eggs.

The Beach Tulum has a very wide stretch of beach, and sea turtles have been laying their eggs on their beach for many years. Up to now, July 2019 they have had 25 nests, with 3 of them already hatched. If you are lucky to stay there while baby turtles are born, please follow their front desk team’s directions: you will be told to turn off all lights and keep quiet, as babies are guided to the ocean by moonlight and any other source of light will not let them survive.

So if your trip coincides with the turtle nesting season in the Riviera Maya, you have read all you need to know and can just enjoy this miracle of nature!

 

15 Jul 2019

Sargassum is a type of marine macroalgae that can grow several meters long, and provides an environment conducive to some marine organisms. It floats on huge mats in the ocean and does not have a specific trajectory indicating which beach or country it will arrive to, since it all depends on wind conditions and tides. It is said that sargassum comes from the coasts of the Atlantic Ocean, between the east coast of Florida and Bermuda and affects the whole Caribbean.

In the last year, sargassum has been known to hit the coasts of the Riviera Maya, especially during the summer months. If your vacation coincides with the arrival of sargassum in Tulum, yes it will at times prevent you from enjoying the pristine turquoise waters and clean white sandy  beaches, but it will give you an opportunity to discover other fun and unique activities that Tulum has to offer.

So if you are wondering what to do when sargassum hits Tulum, here are a few ideas for you:

  1. Archaeological Sites: You can discover these Maya sacred cities, temples and ancient commercial routes, learn about their culture and be amazed by their profound knowledge in astronomy and mathematics while witnessing some of their ancient rituals that persist until these days. The most popular archaeological sites are Tulum, Cobá, Muyil and the legendary Chichen Itzá which is located in the neighbor state of Yucatan.
  1. Cenotes: These are Maya sinkholes enclaved in the jungle, where you can discover distinct flora and fauna such as iguanas and tiny blind fish that have adapted to this peculiar ecosystem. Most of the cenotes are located inside huge caverns decorated with an infinite number of stalactites and stalagmites formed millions of years ago. The water is usually cold and always pristine, as it comes from rainwater filtering slowly through the limestone surface. You can practice regular snorkeling or cave diving if you have the proper certification, or simply swim in fresh water in open air cenotes. Most of the cenotes are privately owned and require an entrance fee, which can include snorkeling gear.
  1. Spa and Wellness: Tulum has a wide range of Spas, almost every hotel has their own and they offer exotic and traditional therapies. Yoga lessons, Reiki sessions, body treatments or meditation classes, Tulum is the place to be at if you enjoy these relaxing activities. Some places offer an experience in a Temazcal, the Maya sweat lodge. It involves “copal” incense accompanied by chantings and Maya rituals from a “Xaman”, providing a true cleansing of the body and mind. It is an intense purification experience which gives you a unique opportunity to connect with yourself. Check out The Beach Tulum’s Naj Naay Spa menus
  1. Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve: South of Tulum lies the magnificent Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve. With 780,000 acres of mangroves it provides a habitat for a remarkably rich flora and a fauna. It has lush jungle, beaches, lagoons, canals, archaeological sites and a coral reef barrier. The diversity of life in Sian Ka’an is exceptional, it’s home for deer, turtles, iguanas, crocodiles, spider monkeys and over 300 bird species, as well as fantastic mammals such as Jaguar, Puma, Ocelot and Central American Tapir. Tulum provides plenty of opportunity to immerse yourself in the wilderness while being in constant contact with nature, without touching the beach.
  1. Activities: there are so many activities to do in and around Tulum that a one month stay wouldn’t be enough! You can snorkel on the reef, swim with turtles in Akumal bay, zipline in the jungle or, if you are scared of heights, explore the jungle on ATVs. Take a tour in Sian Ka’an for bird watching, or paddle board your way on Kaan Luum Lagoon. If you feel like a bit of activity with beautiful views, check out one of the many Golf Courses of the Riviera Maya, like the oceanside El Camaleon golf course, created by legendary Greg Norman with a stunning location in the jungle, mangroves and by the beach.

At night, if you are staying at The Beach Tulum, ask them to organize one of their signature poolside dinners – 6 course dinner menu paired with selected Mexican wines. During two and a half hours you’ll have the chance to live the Mexican culinary experience.

So if you were wondering what to do when sargassum hits Tulum? Here are our top 5 ideas.

 

28 Jun 2019

Tulum is a destination where culture plays a main role.

If you are interested in history, ancient civilizations, amazing archaeological sites and are also longing to enjoy a relaxing time among nature, you must choose your vacation in Tulum as a cultural getaway.

The Maya culture is alive. Hundreds of Maya communities are immersed in the jungle and have their own sustainable economies. Most of the hotel’s employees are Maya and they speak their own language.

The Maya are proud people, they practice their traditions and replicate ancient recipes and rituals that are also available for you to enjoy. Their culture is characterized by monumental architecture, complex astronomical and mathematical systems, hieroglyphic writing and iconography, as well excellency in observation astronomy that guided their sustainable agricultural system and calendar.

The most impressive Maya archeological site is “Tulum” which was built on a cliff situated directly in front of the sea and facing the rising sun. An unbelievable scenario for breathtaking pictures, where you can imagine how ordinary life might have been when the Maya culture was booming around the 6th century A. D. This is the only Maya archaeological site built on the ocean.

Just north of the city of Tulum is the tallest archaeological site, named Cobá, where you can climb the 120 step temple which was the center of the civilization.

The Muyil archaeological site is located approximately 9.3 miles south of Tulum. Muyil is part of the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, with impressive structures and an amazing mangrove canal system that will lead you through one of the many ancient commercial paths.

The Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve starts where Tulum ends. It has dunes, lagoons, savannahs, beaches, and protected ecosystems where you can practice snorkeling, kayaking and bird watching, among other activities.

Sian Ka’an in the Mayan language, translates into “Where the sky is born”. No words can describe the beauty of this unique tropical ecosystem, you must experience it.

If you are looking for a contemporary twist on culture, you cannot miss IK LAB, Tulum’s top art gallery hosting artwork from artists from all over the world, directed by Peggy Guggenheim’s great-grandson in a magical treehouse setting.

These are only some of the reasons for choosing your vacation in Tulum as a cultural getaway.

21 Jun 2019

Tulum is the hidden gem of the Riviera Maya. It’s a natural destination for eco-conscious travelers that enjoy history, culture and nature, all in the same location.

Tulum is trendy, low key, chic and eclectic. It offers a mixture of colors, cultures, flavors and nationalities, all coexisting in harmony under one concept: a Mexican eco-friendly destination placed between the tropical jungle and the Caribbean Sea.

On the southern area of Tulum, you can find the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve with 780,000 acres of mangroves, lush jungle, endemic flora and fauna, beaches, lagoons, canals, archaeological sites and a coral barrier. It’s home for endemic fauna such as deer, turtles, iguanas and over 300 bird species.

Tulum provides plenty of opportunity to immerse yourself in the wilderness while being in constant contact with nature.

The Yucatan peninsula has around 6,000 cenotes (from the Mayan word “ts’ono’ot) which are natural fresh water holes located in the tropical jungle, surrounded by marvelous limestone caverns decorated with millions of stalagmites and stalactites. You will be amazed my the transparency of the water, its contrasting fresh temperature and the incredible emerald greens and turquoise blues reflected on their surface. Snorkeling and cave diving (if certified) are absolutely worth doing. You will be able to discover distinct fauna and flora (such as tiny blind fish) that have learned to live and adapt in this ecosystem.

The local government of Tulum, has been developing and approving plans for long-term solutions, while several hotels are making their own efforts to protect the environment. The Beach Tulum has managed to ban the use of single-use plastic in all rooms and amenities and are making their own efforts to preserve the ecosystem, by practicing recycling methods and helping reduce pollution and preserve this unique and trendy Mexican destination. They offer guests the free use of bikes to move around Tulum, combining a healthy lifestyle to less pollution.

Make sure you use eco-friendly sun block while going to the beach, diving, snorkeling or visiting the cenotes and keep the beaches free of plastic and cigarette butts. Hundreds of sea turtles come to nest in Tulum,  it is important that the beaches and ocean remain clean in order to preserve this beautiful species.

The cleanest beaches are not the ones that are cleaned constantly, but those which are preserved and taken care of by conscious locals and travelers. Let’s keep Tulum beautiful and clean.

 

31 May 2019

How many times do we allow the fast pace of life to drag us through it?

Do we stop often enough to feel ourselves, to listen to our body? Are we our own priority?

Even though taking yourself on a vacation trip to The Beach Tulum hotel is a gratifying and well deserved act of love, experiencing our body treatments at our NAJ NAAY SPA will complete the mission of your journey.

 

Here are five benefits of enjoying our NAJ NAAY SPA:

 

  1. Happiness. It has been proved that massage releases a hormone called Serotonin that enhances the body and mind’s “feel good” state. After you receive a spa service, your mind, body and soul will integrate in complete harmony.

 

  1. Better and deeper sleep. A visit to our NAJ NAAY SPA, will relax you during the day, causing you to sleep better at night. Massages and other spa treatments can push you into the ultimate state of relaxation and help you fall asleep faster.

 

Not only will you feel better during and after your spa treatment, you will also wake up feeling brighter, lighter, healthier and rejuvenated.

 

  1. Detoxification. Spa treatments help by detoxifying harmful substances from the body. Certain therapies, juices, aromas and ingredients can help the cleansing of the colon and digestive tract. It can also boost your immune system. Spa treatments make your physique increase its resistance from infections and some other body issues.

 

  1. Radiant skin: Facial and rub down remedies detoxify the largest organ in the human body from old skin and bacteria. These treatments work by exfoliating and nourishing the skin while opening the pores, making your skin’s texture softer and with a glowing look.

 

  1. Stress buster: Stress can be physical or mental. Spa therapies, like massages, play a significant role in providing relief from physical and mental stress. Massages help relax your tired muscles and joints, they help improve blood circulation, aid in reducing physical pain and relax the mind.

 

Browse our Naj Naay Treatment Collection and our Packages, and stop by our NAJ NAAY SPA, where our professional and caring staff will recommend the best massage or treatment for you. If you have already booked your stay with us, you can email our concierge team and book in advance! Namaste.