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Playa Viva
Sustainable Resort & Residence Community
 
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1 (800) 397-6093 US
+1 (650) 585 6770 US
+52 1 (742) 112 3000 MEX
 
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info@playaviva.com
 
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Location:
Carretera Zihuatanejo-Acapulco
Playa Icacos
40834 Juluchuca, GRO
Mexico

US Business Office:
20 Melrose Court
San Mateo, CA 94402
USA
 
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1.800.397.6093
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"Our stay was absolutely wonderful. I knew from the minute we arrived that I would surely come back for another vacation. It will be hard to have to share the place next time! I have traveled to Mexico 10+ times and this was one of my favorite trips. Far exceeded our expectations. The food was delicious and Chucky was extremely accommodating. He even made me a vegan omelette which was delicious. We ate far too much! The staff were all so warm and friendly and long hugs were exchanged when we departed. We truly enjoyed the company of Johnny, Julia and Aavi. We are also now Dominos fanatics! We have no complaints at all. Our only recommendation would be to have a chest of drawers available in the EcoCasitas. It's a little tough living out of a suitcase for 6 days."
Megan & Shawn
Visited May. 2012
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Playa Viva Featured in VIA (AAA) Road Journals
Writer Jamie Stringfellow struggles with passive vs. active vacations, what do you think?

Relaxing Vacations: Everyone Comes Around Eventually

Posted on February 17, 2011 by Jamie Stringfellow
When traveling, one should partake in things that make a destination distinctive. I’ve even gone so far as to defend active travel at VIAmagazine.com. But there are places that make me just want to sit and stare at the sea.

Maybe with a margarita.

A couple months ago I went to Playa Viva, an intimate new eco resort an hour south of Zihuatanejo, Mexico. I was looking forward to strolling miles up the beach, to paddling a kayak along the inland waterway, taking art supplies we’d brought to some local schools, and learning to make tamales.

Then I arrived, and was handed one of Playa Viva’s basil margaritas, made with organic herbs grown in their own permaculture fields.

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