3 Ways to Honeymoon at Cala de Mar Resort & Spa

In Bridal, Stay, Zihuatanejo by Suzanne Koch

Escape to Cala de Mar Resort & Spa for a unique honeymoon, befitting of anyone looking to recharge in paradise. The boutique resort is located in Ixtapa and nestled between the Sierra Madre Mountains and Pacific Ocean. Its cliffside setting means panoramic views in a secluded setting and with just 54 rooms, it’s ideal for couples looking to lay low. The resort has also just introduced new unique amenities to encourage wellbeing and feeling good, a perfect way to celebrate post-wedding.

Honeymoon Mindfulness & Meditation

Zen out and leave all that wedding planning behind at the resort’s new Zen Zone, an outdoor yoga and oceanfront meditation space. They’ve even brought in a meditation expert, Maria Cristina Babatz, to provide special training to the entire staff, while also leading meditation sessions and workshops. Couples can kick off their honeymoon with their own personal workshop with Maria. The several-hour session is the perfect way to learn tools to being more mindful in their new commitment, and during their visit.

Temazcal Ancient Rituals

Guests of Cala de Mar can look forward to a brand new Temazcal, a pre-hispanic version of a steam bath that heals and detoxes through the use of herbal infusions in the igloo-like space. Couples can also experience the Aztec fire or Cacao rituals which involves chanting and meditation to the loving medicine of the Cacoa plant, the drink of the Gods.

Charity Giveback

Pump on your heart rate with the resort’s new bike partnership with local artist Nicolas Pena.  A Guerrero native and third generation artist, Pena pulled inspiration from the surrounding vibrant colors of nature in the destination to design one-of-a-kind beach cruisers. Lively teals, bright oranges, eclectic pinks and reserved purples blend together to reflect the charming tropical seaside haven. For a meaningful cause, honeymooners can give back to local children’s charity by leading a painting class with Nicolas and kids in need.

For more information, visit: calademar.com

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