Haramara has been described at Robinson Caruso meets Architechtural Digest - rustic and comfortable. It is situated on a 12 acre hillside. Your rooms are open air so you will be immersed in nature. There are mosquito nets over the beds to keep out any critters and insects. The trails are fairly steep and rugged and you can expect up and down treks to get where you want to go. There is no wifi on the property but plenty of internet cafes in the nearby town of Sayulita (which is about a 30 minute walk or a 5 minute taxi ride away). The only building with electricity is the dining hall at the top of the hill. Bring chargers as there are plugs in the dining room (you may also want to bring a portable battery back to charge devices when not plugged in). All of this adds up to a relaxing back to nature experience and we can't wait to share it with you! For more information on what to expect at Haramara you can click here.