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There, man and nature become one with each other. 3 suites, 3 villas, 6 bungalows and 10 casitas make up this sustainable kingdom of over 30, 000 acres of unperturbed vegetation. Their vivid orange colours are the only indication that these houses are separate from their environment. Created by Sir James Goldsmith, the purpose of Cuixmala is, first and foremost, to stand as an example of cohabitation with one’s environment. The architecture by Robert Couturier integrates natural elements to man-made accomodation. The wind flows freely, the furniture is nothing more than wood or rattan, and the balconies open onto the jungle’s lively flora and fauna. Wooden doors, and symmetrical Otomi patterns are the only decorations in an otherwise stark white interior. Its mission of promoting natural wellness extends to its spa, where guests are welcome to practice yoga, mediation or enjoy massages in a bamboo-and-glass structure hidden in the jungle. And the culmination of eco consciousness is of course through the food that we put in our body. Whether it is La Loma Restaurant or Casa Gomez, the hotel operates on a farm-to-fork basis, with every ingredient being responsibly sourced from within the ecosystem on the estate.