Guesthouse | Playa Zipolite, Zipolite, Mexico N/A
- Secure lockers
- Reception (limited hours)
- Luggage Room
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.
Earliest check-in: 12:00
Latest Check-out: 12:00
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6 Bed Dorm - Mixed (Shared bathroom)No meals or drinks included
About Shambhala Guesthouse
Somewhere in time
Where smiles warm
Like the rays of sunshine,
Together in a common dream,
Enjoying nature in all its splendor
Or simply sunbathing away the hours
In an enchanted setting.
A place where the pace you set
Is your own
And where there are no strangers.
Our Shambhala was found
In a hidden place way down deep
In southern Mexico.
Zipolite is its common name.
The Zapotec natives believe
That it's an area where one can
Surrender oneself to nature's forces
And be born again.
The breath of the great wind,
The never ending stars
Open you up.
Let yourself go.
Amor y Paz,
Founded in 1972, Shambhala offers since then accomodation for travellers on a shoestring (camping, in hammocks or dormitories) as well private cabanas for singles, couples and triples, all with stunning views of the beach, all are individually and attractively built. There is also a meditation area on top of our hill.
Shambhala is located at the end of Zipolite beach, occupying a hill with stunning views of the beach, it also boasts two restaurants, one at its own stretch of the beach, just steps away from surfers paradise and numerous restaurants and bars along the pacific coast.
There’s a lockup room for valuables. Shambhala hosts a big spiritual festival, embracing all beliefs, every New Year’s Eve.
In part a spiritual retreat, no alcohol or illegal drugs are permitted. Please note that the reception is only open during daytime.