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Casa De Las Olas Offers Off-The-Grid Honeymoon Package


Environmentally conscious newlyweds who appreciate the truly good things in life can unwind after their big day with specially designed honeymoon packages at Casa de las Olas, a 100% sustainable five-suite villa in Tulum, Mexico. Honeymooners can completely relax and unplug while experiencing the unique culture, adventure and beautiful landscape of Tulum. Casa de las Olas' five- and seven-night Honeymoon Packages include a couples massage on the beach, a private catamaran ride and dinner at Tulum's locally sourced and solar-operated Hartwood restaurant.

Casa de las Olas Honeymoon Packages include:

Five-night Package:
  • Five nights' accommodations in a luxurious Ocean Front Master Suite
  • Welcome Champagne on arrival
  • Couples massage on the beach
  • One dinner for two at Hartwood (exclusive of alcohol)
  • Private catamaran ride
Seven-night Package:
  • Seven nights' accommodations in a luxurious Ocean Front Master Suite
  • Welcome Champagne on arrival
  • Couples massage on the beach
  • Dinner for two at Hartwood (exclusive of alcohol)
  • Dinner for two at Cetli (exclusive of alcohol)
  • Private catamaran ride
Both packages are based on double occupancy and are available from June 1 through October 15, 2013. The five-night package is priced at US$3,000 and the seven-night package is priced at US$4,050. For more information on Casa de las Olas, visit www.casadelasolas.com.

ABOUT CASA DE LAS OLAS:
Casa de las Olas is a five-suite, 100% environmentally sustainable guest house in Tulum, Mexico. Four of the suites feature full kitchenettes and all suites were carefully designed to capitalize on the natural ocean breeze. Located at the serene southern end of the secluded and pristine Tulum beach, it is the last property on the stretch of beach before the vast Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and 1.3-million-acre nature preserve. Opened two years ago, Casa de las Olas specializes in the guest experience, and the owner and "Director of Possibilities" is personally involved in welcoming each guest, recommending local food spots, amazing experiences and sustainable adventures.
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