Caleta Tankah is located in the Tulum, a coastal holiday municipality 130 kilometers south of Cancun and only 65 kms south of Playa del Carmen.
Internationally renowned for its magnificent beaches, hip boutique hotels, restaurants, bars and the iconic Mayan ruins whom the city was named after. From the course venue it's a 10 min drive to the downtown where you can find everything you need citywise: pharmacies, banks, supermarket, etc… and about 5 to the ruins entrance.
From the Cancun International Airport it’s normally an hour and a half drive, but considering the heavy traffic that the Cancun-Chetumal highway repairs are causing you should consider adding no less than an extra hour, we'll keep you posted on this.
Caleta is spanish for “inlet” and that’s the main attraction in this paradisiac location that will host our course for a third time! Along with this snorkeler's heaven, there are hundreds of meters of beach area and a Cenote (natural freshwater pool) inside the property.
Caleta Tankah has been proclaimed a natural protected area so we should respect it and keep it clean. The property is rented and will be operated entirely by us, so expect a full and joyful Kagyu convention!
*The Buddhist centers of Cancun and Playa del Carmen will remain closed for accommodation before, during and after the course. Being a tourist destination, there is a huge offer of luxury Five Diamonds hotels, hostels and Airbnb options, suitable for all budgets and preferences. Surely, some will suit your needs.