PHOTOS: Disconnect at the Gorgeous and Remote Villa del Palmar Eco-Luxury Resort in Baja

by , 03/28/13

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Palmar was created to give guests a separation from the outside world, a place to disconnect from their cell phones and computers, and to reconnect with nature and each other. The four relaxing solar heated pools and Jacuzzi also double as a heat harvester for the resort’s hot water supply. Hammocks, lounge chairs and kayaks are available to take in or explore the beautiful untouched bay surrounding the resort. More active guests can hike the surrounding trails, or take one of the many excursions to the 17th Century St. Javier Jesuit Mission, or a small boat to the uninhabited Coronado Island, where dolphins, seals and blue footed boobies can be spotted along the way.

Guests of the Villa del Palmar should expect a vacation of total tranquility; an eco-friendly luxury experience that provides a break from the outside world, set on a fantastically untouched landscape, and staffed by an impeccable and friendly crew that want their guests to enjoy the beauty of the Loreto Islands.

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