The resort features 50 all-suite, safari-inspired accommodation tents that mimic a luxury hotel experience including hot and cold dipping pools, upscale all-day dining, firepits, and a yoga deck.
On site, ULUM’s Adventure Concierge will be on hand to connect guests with local shops for activities ranging from white water rafting, rock climbing, guided tours of national parks and local hikes.
Each morning, guests are awakened by the scent of burning white copal, a natural resin used in Mayan ceremonies that emanates from the camp’s common area, where a daily ritual of greeting the morning sun takes place.
A full breakfast and dinner menu is served outdoors and includes a seasonal menu featuring flavors and ingredients from the American Southwest. Craft cocktails featuring sage, juniper, and prickly pear will also be available, and an on-site cafe will offer a variety of hot and cold espresso drinks, fresh juices, smoothies, and grab-and-go lunches.
Some of the highlights here (besides the locale) are the included free yoga and stargazing, as well as live acoustic music and evening s’mores by the terraced fire pits.