Welcome to the jungle

Yelapa Casa Isabel

Casa Isabel offers a variety of unique ocean-view accommodations, their privacy insured by lush shrubs and flowering vines planted a long time ago. It has been fully, sustainably, and artfully reconstructed since beloved Isabel passed away in 2009.

Huge trees form a jungle canopy over an enchanting garden hillside just a 5-10 minute walk west of Yelapa, a rare little town with no cars, a few motos and many happy Mexicans.

Casa Isabel enjoys a geographic conspiracy of many high-grade features. If Yelapa is delightful, the Point is all the more so. Ancestral memory sings “YES¨ when the way to a cozy holiday nest is a seaside trail still inaccessible to Motos. Say goodbye to dueling stereo systems, barking dogs and enthusiastic roosters, and hello to a quiet embrace in the bosom of mother nature.

Guest houses on this rocky hillside would be near-impossible without the use of composting toilets. Casa Isabel’s clean and efficient system has been widely appreciated by happy visitors. We are also the only guest house in Yelapa with solar hot water.

Yelapa has fabulous restaurants, good little stores with fresh regional produce and proteins, and an increasingly exquisite music scene. The land is still controlled by the indigenous people, resulting in smooth intercultural rapport. A healthy population of working horses is reassuringly reminiscent of days of yore. This is what the world looked like before human and mechanical engulfing..

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Arriving Gracefully

 

Yelapa is a delightfully remote village. If you are one of the rare ones it has called, below is some guidance for your adventure that lies ahead. 

Money- There are zero banks or atms in Yelapa. Bring enough pesos! Some restaurants accept credit cards, but exchange rates are not in your favor. The best bet is to withdraw pesos from an atm in Puerto Vallarta. Most have a daily withdrawal limit of $500 us per day. The rates at the money exchange counter in the airport are bad. If you have Cash you need exchanged, your best bet is to go to a bank in PV and exchange there. Ci Banco will exchange up to $1500 cash for pesos- bring your passport!!

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Guest houses on this rocky hillside would be near-impossible without the use of composting toilets. Casa Isabel’s clean and efficient system has been widely appreciated by happy visitors. We are also the only guest house in Yelapa with solar hot water.