Rejuvenate your mind, body and soul at this spa in Tulum
You guys know how much I LOVE Mexico, and specifically the Mayan Riviera. I am excited to tell you that Kan Spa in Tulum is now open and ready to revitalize you.
A few months ago, I shared that you could dine in a cenote in Tulum. Both of these incredible experiences are located in Shibari Tulum. If your travel bucket list includes dining in a cenote as well as indulging in spa treatments, then Shibari Tulum is the place for you.
This luxury, adults-only refuge is located in the middle of the majestic Mayan jungle. Yup, it’s adults-only and I love that! I think this is the only way to go if you desire a truly relaxing and rejuvenating wellness vacation.
At Shibari Tulum, they focus on contributing to the well-being of people through ceremonies and rituals that go hand in hand with its magical natural cenote in the center of the property.
There is nothing like swimming in the healing waters of a cenote in the Mayan jungle. I swim in cenotes every single time I visit Mexico. It’s one of my favourite activities.
Related article: 10 helpful tips for visiting cenotes
Kan Spa has created a menu of experiences that will awaken your senses through a journey of sensations and emotions that restore balance between mind, body and spirit.
This is the perfect place to awaken your senses. Who doesn’t want to be swimming in the magical waters pictured below? I know I do!
Kan Spa in Tulum allows you to enjoy rituals individually or as a couple. These rituals balance energy and allow you to untie your knots, leaving only feelings of liberation. I love that they offer services for couples since my partner and I always travel together.
Rituals, ceremonies and spa treatments
All rituals and ceremonies are designed to transform emotions while your body receives relaxation, exfoliation, wrapping, massage and/or detoxification treatments. The individual or couple cabins boast an exclusive view of the jungle that fuels contemplation and relaxation. Their views are incredible.
Kan Spa is a sanctuary that has been meticulously decorated with allusion to Japanese arts the Mayan jungle, but above all to knots made out of Mother Earth´s natural materials.
Their extensive catalogue of services includes some specialty facials. These treatments at this luxury spa in Tulum help reverse time and provide luminosity and vitality to the skin.
The body’s energy points also require attention to balance and energy flow that will help relax, detoxify and increase the quality of sleep and mood, leaving your body hydrated and renewed.
Aromatherapy is used, products based on botanical and organic ingredients, as well as globally recognized brands.
All rituals and ceremonies begin with a water ceremony, surrounded by the unique environment of the Mayan jungle. Through contrasts in temperature and natural beauty, this circuit prepares the mind and body to receive the desired treatment and lasts approximately one hour.
Kan Spa in Tulum hours and reservations
Kan Spa is open every day of the year from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and accepts reservations from visitors not staying at Shibari Tulum Hotel. Here, everyone will immerse themselves in a contemplative and vibrant atmosphere.
While staying here would be incredible, I love that it’s open to everyone and not just hotel guests.
“Just as the art of Shibari-Do helps untie knots, Kan Spa will help release the energy frequency to another level. The objective is to provide our guests and visitors with a space of well-being, a complement to your experience at the hotel.”The director of the Hotel Shibari Tulum
Shibari Tulum Hotel is a place surrounded by nature that has as its center and heart a natural cenote with crystal-clear water. The exclusive resort is inspired by shibari, the Japanese art of tying with ropes to enhance emotions and sensations.
Its interior design accenting knots invites its guests on a journey to connect, untie their knots and free themselves.
At Shibari Tulum, you will find a natural retreat complemented by the best modern services and amenities. Their ATTA Denote Club, also open to the public, offers the possibility of exploring the underwater world while enjoying the sun on Balinese beds.
Kan Spa and ATTA Restaurant & Cenote Club are open to guests of the Hotel Shibari Tulum and visitors who are in the destination and want to taste exceptional cuisine, awaken the senses, explore the depths of a cenote, or untie its inner knots.
If you haven’t yet experienced Tulum, you are in for a treat! It is a truly special part of Mexico. Here are some helpful Tulum travel tips to know before you go.
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