Jungle Oasis, campground & hiking.  Mayan
 palapas, lush jungle with gardens & animals

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Welcome to the official website for The Jungle Oasis situated in the tropical forest of Quintana Roo National Park, Mexico.

35 km from Tulum beach, 25 km from Coba, Yucatan. 
Coba was the main Mayan city in Pre Colombian era, with around 100 000 habitants. 
Our jungle village is 6 km from remains of the farming village surrounding Coba. Theses are ruins of the houses and fields of the farmers and workers, away from the city center, with its busy temples and markets.

This campground, blueprint for a 100% self sufficient , yet natural and organic modern village. It was started more than 5 years ago by me and my wife and carved out of a wild and never inhabited jungle.
This lush garden, with over a hundred breed of birds feeding of the papayas that we grow, and other dozens of tropical fruits, its hundreds of different animals, insects, reptilians and mammals, this park is home to a massive amount of biodiversity, both from human cultivating and wild untouched nature.

We are running on 100% solar energy, complete with homemade solar panels and system, now up to 7 000 watts of collectors. We are raising native pigs, turkeys, chickens ... and cats.

We have modern facilities, with high speed internet tower and WIFI, private cabins that can host up to 12 people, free fresh underground river water, camping spots, room for a few campers too, a pool, hiking trail in the jungle that start from the Oasis.

We host visitors of all kind, be sure to ask us if you need the whole place for you or your group, events, special occasions, we have industrial amount of solar energy, have sound equipment, complete kitchen, fireplace with BBQ grills, private VIP tours, pick up in Tulum and Francisco Uh May (the Mayan village that connect us to the highway, 12km away from the off the grid village Jungle Oasis)

We also are open to volunteering programs where you can stay and eat  in exchange for work.

The place is 12 km from a small Mayan village following a hard packed road that is practicable by any small car, in fact, September 2017 update, the first 6 km that was the worst has now been fixed. 
Its about 30 minutes to drive to the main road in Francisco Uh May (I do it in about 20 minutes now with the good road, but I've known the road for long!)

If you want to live a different experience, with all the quiet of nature, we don't have noise pollution and at night you can see the milky ways and hear the wildlife. 

Everything is Solar powered. We have a big refrigerator for your use,  modern toilet, running water, showers, full kitchen with pots and pans, dining room with large table, couch, hammocks and board games.

Know how to run a off the grid village, how the infrastructures work, how to grow different types of fruit trees and vegetables, raising farm animals and most modern things like all the technoligy needed to run a off the grid village with all the modern (and more) conveniences .

You can pick up Telcel cellular receptions here too from our repeater tower.

We also are building a village, with lots of all size available, electricity connection and water +5219841846842
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  • Seasonal Pool 
  • Free Badminton court, equipment rentals

Photos taken right in our garden!

Make reservations on Whatsapp 

+52 984 184 6842

or email [email protected]

On site number for all info of how to get here or order a taxi: +52 (984) 184 6842

See wild monkeys, deers, possums, toucans, hummingbirds, wild pigs, dozens of wild animals.

Look for Jungle Oasis National Park Campground on google maps

Entrance thru Francisco Uh May Village only! Its called Camino Blanco and its past km 22 coming from Tulum. 

Turn left at the park and police station/casa ejidal and keep going straight for 6 km then you will get to a T intersection (its missing on the google satellite map picture).

At the T intersection, take a right turn and you will go another 6km straight. You will then see a parking lot on the right side. At night there is a white leds strip. Just come in and let us know you arrived. There is always somebody around.

Spend the night under the stars, see the Milky Way.

Free firewood for campfire and BBQ cooking.

For groups that desire privacy, choose your own quiet area for your campfire.

Look at the map for locating us (top left corner marker)

Jungle road entrance thru Francisco Uh May village only!

Go on youtube for video:


Tons of pictures on www.tripadvisor.com under quintana roo national park campground & hiking.

We are located right at the trailhead of a 8 km hiking trail that goes right across a unhabited jungle all the way to the Highway.

Choose from our many different camping area from remote to close by to set up your own tents or use one of ours.

There is DIRECT bus service from ADO bus stations to Francisco Uh May Village. Then its a 12 km slow jungle road with no public bus. The ride from Tulum is about 1 hour and a 15 minutes, is very interesting once you enter the jungle. take out your camera and be ready to see wild green parrots, maybe a deer, a toucan, coati family crossing the road, etc.

You can get to Francisco Uh May from Tulum of Playa Del Carmen by bus and get a taxi pick up  for 25$ USD for 2, or motorcycle for one for 10$ USD.

Taxi Driver also available for pick ups in Tulum or other cities. call us if you need us to arrange a pick up.

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