In the lush forested acres of Punta Mita, Mexico, the Naviva resort offers a unique blend of luxury and nature with its collection of 15 luxury tents, wanting you to “feel like a guest in our private home – not at a resort.”
Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this intimate retreat is designed to foster personal growth and learning through an authentic environment that emphasizes community and connection.
The resort’s Grand Tent provides an expansive sanctuary with a spacious living room, separate bedroom, and the option of natural breezes or air-conditioned comfort.
“Our resort’s intimate scale, with just 15 luxury tents, allows for greater personal interactions and individualism, while our all-encompassing approach to pricing simplifies every experience and removes transactions,” Naviva elaborates on the experience.
Guests can enjoy an oversized plunge pool and a two-tier deck featuring a lounge area and firepit, all while being ensconced in the forest with ocean views.
Naviva’s standard tents offer similar amenities, with the added charm of an outdoor shower and hammock on the deck, ensuring a direct connection to nature.
The resort’s all-inclusive pricing covers meals, beverages, a spa treatment, and a variety of community activities and experiences, from wine tastings to sunrise hikes.
Meanwhile, Naviva’s accommodations are a testament to biophilic design, which integrates natural elements into its architecture, offering an immersive experience that connects guests to their environment.
The resort’s approach to luxury is casual yet profound, with a focus on individual experiences and personal interactions. Naviva’s service is designed to be unassuming, enhancing the guest’s connection to nature and the rich cultural heritage of Mexico.
“With a style that’s fluid and informal, Naviva inspires your connection to the rich history and deep culture of Mexico,” Naviva stated. “Our certified Naviva guides, together with a wide array of local craftspeople, are here to share their Mexican heritage and cultural insights.
Signature experiences like the temazcal ceremony, nocturnal forest bathing, and shamanic sound healing journeys are tailored to encourage self-discovery and a deeper understanding of local traditions.
The Naviva model, with its emphasis on personal growth and environmental integration, could inspire a new era of luxury camping that harmoniously blends the allure of the outdoors with the comforts of high-end hospitality.
The emergence of Naviva, a Four Seasons resort, reflects the increasing appeal of luxury camping, establishing a new standard for simplicity in its strategies for customer engagement and business growth.
The outdoor hospitality industry stands to gain from this trend, as biophilic design not only meets the growing demand for eco-conscious travel but also promises to redefine the standards of luxury camping.