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Verana, Jalisco, Mexico: Getting to this hillside resort on the Pacific coast, is half the fun. You travel by boat to a secluded beach, then by mule through a frangipani-scented forest. Stay under a thatched roof in the Tea House. This open-air suite looks out over the rainforest canopy, with a day bed for taking in ocean breezes.

Verana, Jalisco, Mexico: Getting to this hillside resort on the Pacific coast, is half the fun. You travel by boat to a secluded beach, then by mule through a frangipani-scented forest. Stay under a thatched roof in the Tea House. This open-air suite looks out over the rainforest canopy, with a day bed for taking in ocean breezes.

Be ready to relax and recharge with #THEEDIT’s pick of the world’s best luxury spas. Bali’s Como Shambhala Estate comes with the added enticement of jaw dropping views. We can feel ourselves unwinding already… #comohotels #travel

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Be ready to relax and recharge with #THEEDIT’s pick of the world’s best luxury spas. Bali’s Como Shambhala Estate comes with the added enticement of jaw dropping views. We can feel ourselves unwinding already… #comohotels #travel

Verana is our favorite Mexican resort. An hour's taxi ride south of PV, a 30 minute water taxi ride, and then a hike up the side of a mountain into the jungle with a view of the sea. The best in the winter!

Verana is our favorite Mexican resort. An hour's taxi ride south of PV, a 30 minute water taxi ride, and then a hike up the side of a mountain into the jungle with a view of the sea. The best in the winter!

Verana - Small Luxury Spa and Resort - Yelapa, Mexico - Photos

Verana - Small Luxury Spa and Resort - Yelapa, Mexico - Photos

Verana Hotel on Mexico's Pacific coast - in a remote hillside jungle 30 miles south of Puerto Vallarta and accessible only by boat

Verana

Verana Hotel on Mexico's Pacific coast - in a remote hillside jungle 30 miles south of Puerto Vallarta and accessible only by boat

Ik-Kil Cenote, Mexico

Ik-Kil Cenote, Mexico

Ik-Kil Cenote, Mexico I have been here! It was beautiful! Swimmers float in the saphirre waters of the Ik-Kil cenote, near the Maya site of Chichén Itzá in Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. Cenote means "natural well" in Spanish.

Verana...remote, stylish, peaceful, amazing.

Verana...remote, stylish, peaceful, amazing.

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