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El Encanto – Santa Cruz de Miramar, Mexico

Saturday, April 22nd, 2017

Encanto1.jpgEl Encanto Eco-Hotel and retreat center is located just 96 miles north of Puerto Vallarta and only 14 miles south of San Blas. This perfect location enjoys a microclimate that remains largely green and rain free November through May. The creatively renovated accomodations at El Canto are shaded by ancient hardwood trees and surrounded by beautiful exotic plants.

El Encanto is situated on seven acres of lush tropical gardens that front the Pacific Ocean and share the site with the renovated ruins of a 19th century hacienda. Historically it served as home to a pre-Columbian settlement; today it is a rustic retreat center with an artistic temperment that attracts people from all walks of life.

El Encanto strives to operate a successful retreat center offering quality and affordable workshops and seminars in the fields of art and physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. The abundance of delicious healthy food and herbs produced in the organic gardens are shared in the daily meals. Their working philosophy helps to support their local community as well as sustain the indigenous cultures of Mexico, and their ancient rituals.

A beautiful place with a wonderful feeling – really well done. Two big Green Thumbs up!
They offer retreat and vacation facilities. You may choose from Beachfront apartments, Garden rooms, or a romantic camping knoll. (Ask about reduced monthly rates.)

Rates: Beachfront: $50night up to 2 persons, $1,200.monthly,$10. night each add’l. person. Garden: $30for 1, $600.month,$10. each add’l. person. Camping: $15nightly 1 person, $5 nightly each add’l. person.

Email for info:info@encantomexico.com

Contact: http://www.encantomexico.com/index.html

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Alaska’s Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge

Saturday, April 15th, 2017

Eco-haven in Alaska completely hand-built from local driftwood. Private cabins for groups of eight.The lodge is run completely on a non-polluting alternative energy system of wind and hydro power which supply the entire grounds with energy to spare. Beginning in summer of 2007, a tree will be planted for every visitor to the lodge to offset carbon emissions. Activities include bear viewing, beachcombing, hiking secret nature trails for use of lodge guests only, wildlife photography, sea kayaking, glacier kayaking, river rafting, clamming, fishing, touring the neighboring villages of Seldovia and Halibut Cove, glacier touring, flightseeing, beach fires, saunas, or just relaxing in the hammock with a good book. Sea kayaks, shore-fishing, and halibut fishing gear are provided to guests at no extra charge.
Details at Sadie Cove

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