The Temazcal Experience.
The word "Temazcal" is derived from the ancient Aztec dialect (Nahuatl) for house of steam, (Temaz - Steam and Calli - House). The temazcal were used widely among the Aztecs and Mayan that populated Mesoamerica and for centuries and as far back as can be traced was a therapeutic instrument, an arm of the medical practice.
Round trip transportation from some hotels and Cruise Ship Pier, please contact us for details.
Comfortable dry clothes
Hotel: Outside of your hotel
Puerta Maya Pier: Across the street to the left at “Plaza Royal Village” by the “Hard Rock Guitar” (map)
International Pier: Across the street to the right at “Plaza Royal Village” by the “Hard Rock Guitar” (map)
Punta Langosta Pier: Across the street from Senor Frogs (map)
Ferry Pier: Across the street in front of Hard Rock Café (map)
people under 14 years old.
people with heart conditions
Approximately 4 hours and 30 minutes
9:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Monday to Saturday
$ 79.99 USD Per Person
Reserve with $9.99 USD per passenger with a minimum
of 3 days in advance.
Remaining balance due in cash on the day of your tour:
|$ 70 USD|
To pay by credit card, is required to pay in full through PayPal with a minimum of 3 days in advance.
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The word "Temazcal" is derived from the ancient Aztec dialect (Nahuatl) for house of steam, (Temaz - Steam and Calli - House). The temazcal were used widely among the Aztecs and Mayan that populated Mesoamerica and for centuries and as far back as can be traced was a therapeutic instrument, an arm of the medical practice. The traditioinal Mexican sweat bath differs in many ways from the Scandinavian, Turkish or Indian sweat baths.
The temazcal comes to modern times as a relaxing and cleansing therapy for the nervous system and reactivation of the skin cells. The elimination of fat and stimulation of the blood vessels is activated in the bath, also bringing beneficial effects to the digestive and respiratory systems.
You will be led through the various phases of the process from the recognition of North, East, South and West and their significance to the mayans. Then into the temazcal where the four phases of cleansing and the five points of visualizations. After one hour in the temazcal you will emerge reborn and rejuvenated.
As part of the cooling down process, you are invited to bath in the fresh water cenote only steps from the temazcal or rinse of in a freshwater shower.
Then feel free to enjoy and relax in a hammock while delight the fresh fruits and juices which are grown and harvested on the Xkan-Ha Reserve.
As a departing gift each guest will be given a glyph as a necklace indicating the participant´s birthday according to the Mayan calendar.