With just four casitas, Ni’tun guarantees guests an intimate, secluded retreat. The guesthouses are constructed in traditional Colojché style, with wood, rocks and sand, and thatched roofs are made from palm leaves. Each casita has ceiling fans, private bathrooms and enjoy either a forest or a lake view. Rooms feature local and traditional art, crafts and furnishings.
Ni’tun’s kitchen and dining room are located in the main house, and guests can enjoy a varied menu featuring many local ingredients and original recipes. There is a private terrace to enjoy fantastic views over Lake Petén Itzá.
Activities available here include kayaking, trekking, birdwatching and cultural excursions. Nearby, explore the monumental Maya temples at Tikal or head to Yaxhá and Topoxte for picturesque hikes and incredible ancient architecture.
• Views of Lake Petén Itzá
• Excellent restaurant featuring local ingredients
• Excursions to ancient Maya sites of Tikal and Yaxhá and Topoxte
4 casitas, ceiling fans, lake/forest view, hairdryer
Arrival airport: Flores