Fanning Your Spark into Flame Retreat
Isla Mujeres has a long and colourful history. In Mayan times, the island served as the sanctuary for the goddess Ix Chel, the Mayan Goddess of fertility, reason, medicine, happiness and the moon. The Temple was located at the South point of the island. In March of the year 1517, Francisco Hernandez Cordova discovered the island. When the Spanish expedition landed, they found many female shaped idols representing the goddess Ix Chel, thus Isla Mujeres got its name. The remains of Ix Chel’s temple can still be visited today, a particularly beloved spot to watch the morning sun rise as most eastern point in Mexico where the sun first touches the land.
For the next three centuries Isla Mujeres was uninhabited. The only visitors were fisherman and pirates. Famous pirates like Henry Morgan and Jean Lafitte walked the shores of Isla and as legend goes, buried their stolen treasure under the white sands. The hacienda of the pirate Mundaca still remains on the island and, with a keen eye, one can find his tomb in the local cemetery, complete with skull and crossbones.
Located just off the coast from Cancun, Isla Mujeres maintains its own serene and beautiful energy, away from tourist bustle. A place of peace and wonder that never leaves the soul, be you goddess or pirate at heart!
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Your total expected cost less than US$2,500 for 7 Day Retreat!
Superior Room: US$1,000
Flight: US$ 500 (estimate)
* Estimated cost does not include tax, tips, and souvenirs.
CHOOSE YOUR ROOM LEVEL
All-inclusive prices are based on per person single occupancy for 7 nights (pre-tax). Shared accommodations have a special discount.
All-inclusive includes all meals and drinks, 24 hour room service and in room fridge which is restocked daily.
Bed, shower plus balcony jacuzzi
Approx US$ 1000
Bed, living room and deluxe bathroom
Approx US$ 1150
(Penthouse) Bed, living room, grand terrace with private pool
Approx US$ 1650