La  Duna is hardly noticeable form the distance. Its natural materials blend with the desert colors and textures of the coastal dune systems near La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico, and the Gulf of California, also known as the Mar de Cort├ęs, or Aquarium of the World!

The beach is quiet and secluded, a place to walk and wonder, especially at sunrise. Many groups start their day with a salutation to the sun and the vital energy awakening.

                                                 photo by Nettie Adams

Made like the local ranchers used to make them, our rooms are built with local renewable wood "palo de arco" and palapa roofs. A solar table lamp, and candle night light make these personal spaces unique and cozy.

We can host 16 people in the 8 rooms surrounding our central multiuse shaded palapa. Each room has two single comfortable beds, or one queen size, and they include linens.

There are also several campsites available in the property for camping. All stays include the use of the installations, hot showers, table and beach games.

We ask you to save water, and we recycle all of it, however, we provide you with regular showers and sinks for your comfort, and there are solar bag showers also available.

We have plenty of shaded sitting areas around the property to conduct all kinds of activities

Our healthy kitchen focuses on foods good for the soul besides being nutritious and delicious. We also feature regional food and vegetarian delights.

Available upon request we can also arrange for yoga and meditation classes, spa services like massage, facials, and reflexology treatments, stargazing nights, horseback riding, kayaks, and boat rides.


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