Nuestro Paraíso

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La Propiedad

Combinando elegancia simple con belleza natural y un compromiso para mejorar el medio ambiente y la comunidad local, Playa Viva es un hotel boutique sostenible ubicado en la costa occidental de México, a solo 35 minutos al sur del aeropuerto internacional de Zihuatanejo/Ixtapa (ZIH). Ubicada entre las aguas cristalinas del Océano Pacífico y las majestuosas montañas de la Sierra Madre, cerca del pueblo de Juluchuca, Playa Viva está situada en una milla de playas vírgenes y privadas.

El Paisaje

The property’s nearly 200 acres includes an estuary, an Aztec archeological site, a turtle sanctuary, and a coastal forest and mangrove ecosystem, which supports an array of stunning wildlife. Playa Viva is close enough to the trappings of modernity yet still worlds away—providing immersion into the wonders of nature and escape to utter private relaxation.

Aventura

The natural landscape and luxurious setting creates an escape from it all while providing a jumping off point for a host of adventures and experiences—from hiking to scuba diving to deep-sea fishing to bird watching and kayaking. It's all here waiting for you—doing absolutely everything or simply nothing at all.

Clima

Playa Viva ofrece un clima semitropical durante todo el año con aproximadamente 300 días de sol al año y temperaturas que varían de 23 a 33 grados Celsius (73 a 93 grados Fahrenheit). La temporada de lluvias dura desde Julio, hasta finales de Septiembre o inicios de Octubre, con un promedio de lluvia de 300 milímetros (12 pulgadas) por mes. Durante la temporada de lluvias, el campo adyacente revive con pastos verdes y flores fragantes. Juluchuca se transforma de una zona semiárida a un bosque tropical que revienta con flores silvestres, mariposas, pájaros y más.

Mejor Epoca para Visitar

Playa Viva is closed for the rainy season in August and September. When we reopen in early October, the landscape is “50 shades of green” and full of flowers and butterflies. The peak of the turtle nesting season is during the rainy season and with a 60-day gestation period, we release more baby turtles in October, November and December than other times during the year. In late December, the whales start to breach in the distance, and that magic lasts through March. The landscape begins to dry and the nights are much cooler in February and March. Low season starts again in April as nights get warmer and days get more humid. And then the cycle starts again.

Como llegar

Playa Viva is located near the small village of Juluchuca on the Pacific Coast of Mexico in the State of Guerrero. A 35-minute ride from Zihuatanejo/Ixtapa International Airport (ZIH), which is served by over 50 direct flights per week —half from Mexico City and the remaining flights from major North American airports including Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Dallas, Houston, Phoenix, Denver and Calgary. As a hotel guest, you'll receive complimentary airport ground transport when you book a stay of three (3) or more nights.

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