Tankah Bay is located just south of Soliman Bay and about 7 miles north of Tulum in the Mexican Caribbean. The South Tankah shoreline features white sandy beaches and a calm, shallow bay. Swim a bit farther and you’ll hit the Mesoamerican Reef System, second largest in the world. Tankah Bay is also the site of the famous Manatí Cenote (sometimes called Casa Cenote or Tankah Cenote), a crystalline outdoor cenote perfect for snorkeling. An extensive mangrove system runs the length of Tankah Bay and its roots extend into the cenote. Tankah Bay offers privacy with an unencumbered and peaceful experience.
Tankah Bay Luxury Vacation Rentals
Our dedicated concierge staff is waiting to help you find the perfect luxury Tankah Bay vacation rental for your family or party. Our offerings range from 3 bedrooms and 2 baths to 5 bedrooms and 5 bath and can accommodate groups from 6 to 14 people. As expected with properties of this caliber, the amenities at our Tankah Bay luxury vacation villas are exquisite and include private infinity pools with panoramic views of the sea, private expanses of beach, manicured tropical landscaping and palapas, outdoor kitchens and al fresco dining. Inside our luxury Tankah Bay vacation homes, you can expect large open living spaces, gourmet kitchens, ultra-private master suites with sitting areas and extravagant baths, in addition to state of the art electronics, WiFi and Smart Home technology throughout.
Activities Near Tankah Bay Luxury Vacation Rentals
As might be expected, much of the area activities include the beach, the bay and the reef. These include kayaking, snorkeling and swimming. If you’re feeling a bit more adventurous, you might visit the Mayan ruins of Tulum or Chichen Itza, both within an easy driving distance. Xplor Park offers many experiences appealing to all ages groups all in one place. Here you can sail through the sky on zip-lines, ride in amphibious vehicles deep in the Mayan jungle, paddle with your hands aboard rafts, walk through ancient caverns and caves deep inside the Earth, and swim in an underground river.