Casa Itzamná
Casa Itzamná
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4.5 分,共 5 分14 条点评

瑞士日内瓦129 条分享
5.0 分,共 5 分
2023年6月 • 好友
A magical spot in Cobá! We did the conexión maya, with tea, food, bees, honey, a bath and the massage (140 USD per person for 4h experience). The best experience in our 10 days trip in South of Mexico.

This is the place one can see and feel that the Mayans are not dead and that there is much more than just ruins. In Itzamná we hear the Mayan language for the first time and could get in touch with their culture and medicine.

To book a full experience, send Virigilio a whatsapp message so they book the time and the Mayan experts. It is super worth it!
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Manuel Herrera
墨西哥墨西哥城1 条分享
5.0 分,共 5 分
2019年2月 • 家庭
un lugar en el cual se respira paz y armonía con un trato muy amable y sentirse como en casa, y el recorrido de la abejas meliponas fue de lo mas satisfactorio.
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Carol A
德克萨斯州Lago Vista286 条分享
1.0 分,共 5 分
2018年2月 • 夫妻情侣
We found a sign for this place today in Coba. It was between two typical looking Mexican homes. The sign is old and weathered, One home had a chain link gate across the front that was chained and pad locked closed, the home itself looked abandoned. The home next to that one there was clothes hung out to dry in the front courtyard but nobody answered the door (it looked more like a residence not like any sort of business. We also noted that there are no current reviews so would guess the business may be closed.
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墨西哥克雷塔罗91 条分享
3.0 分,共 5 分
Al ver lo bien calificada que estaba esta actividad en esta página decidimos que sería lo primero que haríamos. Llegamos al lugar y para nuestra sorpresa estaba cerrada, hablamos al número que está en internet y no nos pudimos comunicar, mandamos correo y no nos contestaron.
Nos hubiera gustado tener la oportunidad de disfrutar de esta experiencia.
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Ирина А
俄罗斯希姆基719 条分享
5.0 分,共 5 分
2016年3月 • 夫妻情侣
Хорошо провели время. Получился полноценный отдых на природе с пчелами. узнали много о пчелах, о майя, получили медово-майянский массаж, покушали.
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Samantha B
5 条分享
5.0 分,共 5 分
2016年8月 • 夫妻情侣
Primero quiero reconocer la atención de Jorge, es magnifico; la visita resulto encantadora, las instalaciones están bien y la sobada maya !ni que decir!, no es un simple masaje, con todo el conocimiento que ellas tienen, saben donde tallarte y como tallarte, y si a eso le sumamos el ambiente donde se dan los masajes, es mucho más que una expriencia!
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Hugo Hector Patiño
墨西哥墨西哥城74 条分享
5.0 分,共 5 分
2016年5月 • 好友
Si ya llegaste hasta Cobá, vale la pena pasar a Casa Itzamná, se podría decir que más que un Spa, es una casa de la cultura maya; tiene dos habitaciones por si decides pasar la noche ahí lo cual es muy recomendable, tiene una biblioteca con títulos relacionados con la cultura maya, puedes comer platillos prehispánicos, pasear por el jardín botánico, aprender algunas ceremonias, descansar en las tinas junto a miles de de abejas meliponas (estas no pican, no se preocupen) y recibir un masaje terapéutico; cuentan con tienda de artesanías que hacen alusión a las abejas mayas a precios muy económicos y algunos otros productos de cuidado personal y algunos alimentos como chocolate y miel. Es una experiencia de spa-cultural única; los precios son accesibles y la atención es inmejorable. Si piensas ir y quedarte es ideal para ir en familia o con pareja y reservar antes de llegar hasta allá porque como ya comenté antes sólo tienen dos habitaciones.
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Robert S
墨西哥瓦拉塔港41 条分享
5.0 分,共 5 分
2015年11月 • 好友
The name Itzamná in the Maya language means “god who proffers wisdom and illumination,” and so it makes the perfect name for this unassuming yet magical place in Cobá. On a side street off the highway on the way to the main ruins lies the newly-constructed house that acts as the welcome center, mini-store and library. Out back is the incredible, peaceful, spiritual grounds and facilities that will leave their mark in your memories!
Your tour begins with introductions of the main players—the Mayan elders who help keep their traditions alive and who will demonstrate the significance of what you’ll be doing that day. Everything is carefully translated from the Mayan language into Spanish and then into English—so far there is no one who can bridge the language gap directly from Mayan into English. There’s a pretty wide range of activities you can choose from to design your day: a tour of medicinal plants and trees, a tour of their beehives, ritual healing baths, a trip to a local sacred cenote, a meal of traditional Maya food cooked right there right then, (and a lesson if you’re interested), and personal massages for each visitor.
In the back yard, to the right are the ruins of an original Mayan pyramid…with a basic structure built on top with chickens running around it, juxtaposing the modern existence on top of the ancient. Next to that is a row of plants and trees up against the fence that represent a broad spectrum of medicinal value to the Mayans. The roots of one plant help dissolve kidney stones, and making a tea with the leaves of another tree helps to aid digestion, and of a third tree can aid in birthing. In the back of the yard is an enclosed and airy structure for giving massages—the Mayan ladies specialize in abdominal massages for aiding digestion and relieving colitis.
On the other side of the yard lie two sets of beehives for making the famous melliponia honey. During your tour they open up several of the containers so that you can see the hives inside, and they answer the inevitable question, “doesn’t that make them angry?” by calmly assuring you that these bees genetically don’t have stingers, and yes we’re making them angry and they’re right now trying to bite you with their mandibulars, but they’re too small to do any harm! It’s completely fascinating to look inside and see the orderly hives, how clean they are, and how busy those bees really are! They’ll take a small spoon and press in certain places to extract a little of the wondrous honey to give you a taste. Amazing!
The ritual healing baths form part of a shamanic ritual to help you revitalize and purify your energy. The Mayan elders use honey and rose petals to scrub your skin and they pour water over your shoulders to magnify the effect. While we were there a quick rainstorm came through, and it felt like we were being pelted/blessed with the purest water anywhere!
Next came the personalized massage. I lost track of how long it lasted, but was pleasantly surprised at how long and thorough it was! Standard stuff for most of it, but the “specialty” is the abdominal massage, direct and rather intense pressure on the organs, obviously to promote digestive health and to clean out the system. They warned me ahead of time that it might feel uncomfortable, and they were correct! I can’t say that I enjoyed that part of the massage as much as the other parts, but it felt good afterwards and in the days since my digestion has certainly been excellent!
There was a lovely mid-afternoon meal served using traditional and healthy, simple dishes. Vegetarians beware, like most places in Mexico you’ll need to specifically request non-meat dishes, and in such a traditional place there may be a raised eyebrow. But don’t sweat it, they’ll figure out something!
The tiny shop features hand-sewn textiles—pillow covers, traditional dresses, products made from the melliponia honey--soaps, natural sunblock , and a nice library of informative books on Maya culture and history.
Overall, this is a highly recommended way to get just a touch of authentic Mayan culture, with an emphasis on healing and health. You can choose to just add on an activity or two before/after visiting the Cobá ruins, or you could easily make a whole day of it, and feel lots better afterwards!
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墨西哥普拉亚德尔卡曼7 条分享
5.0 分,共 5 分
2015年11月 • 夫妻情侣
Casa Itzamná provides a beautiful, customized one day experience into the Mayan botanical knowledge for cooking and healing. I experienced the "Mayan conecction" package. The staff is simply amazing! Since you are greeted until it´s time to say goodbye! The food was delicious! The massage was something that doesn't resemble to anything in the region. The encounter with the Melipona bees I can´t describe how surprising! Their honey is...mmm!!!!!
If you are searching for a real encounter with the Mayan live culture this is the BEST option around. One thing is to visit the archeological sites and another is to be around Mayan descendants and experience on your own self their millenary kindness and knowledge application.

Thank you Casa Itzamná for such an unforgettalbe incredible approach!
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内华达里诺9 条分享
5.0 分,共 5 分
2015年10月 • 好友
Awesome experience. Have to climb the ruins. Do the zip line it's only 11 bucks. Also spend the 10 bucks for the taxi to the ruins.
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