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Kaimuul II Paytocal is a 276 linear meter stretch of beach just south of the pueblo of Mahahual in a neighborhood generally referred to as Paytocal.
As a testament to the appeal of Kaimuul II Paytocal, several residential communities and small hotel ventures have found this tranquil beach to be an ideal setting for entertaining and lifestyle beach living. This long stretch of sandy beach is perfect for long walks along the shoreline or an inviting open water swim. The Mayan Barrier reef just offshore protects the beach from storm water surges, creating an almost lagoon-like atmosphere. The mature jungle is rife with palm trees and indigenous hardwood specimens that add to the exotic nature of this location.
Yet the pueblo of Mahahual is only a 6 mile drive down the beach road to access shopping, restaurants and authentic Mexican beach town life.
This site just might be that perfect setting for that exotic out-of-way bed and breakfast cabana resort or small hotel experience or even a luxury tent camping experience that you may have dreamed about creating.
The Mesoamerican Barrier Reef is about ¼ mi. off shore. The coral reef, often known as the Mayan Barrier Reef, is the second largest barrier reef in the world – second only to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia – and extends 965 kilometers (600 miles) from the Yucatan Peninsula to Honduras. A diver’s and snorkeler’s paradise, the Reef is home to 500 hundred species of fish and one of the largest colonies of manatees on the planet. Once or twice per year, giant sea turtles, of which there are five species in these area waters, may waddle onto the beach in search of premier nesting sites.