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Nested within a secluded grove of palm trees, Zebra Tulum hosts ten private and spacious cabanas. Each cabana is built in a traditional style and expanded with modern amenities, including a private bath with running hot and cold water, electricity, mosquito netting, and more.

Spacious, Private Interiors
Each cabana in Zebra Tulum is approximately twelve feet in diameter, with a fifteen-foot vaulted ceiling. The floor is smooth, cool concrete, with sealed plaster walls. The bathroom sits opposite the entrance, separated from the room by pull-down reed screens. Spanning the room is an oversized hammock, suitable for two.
Large, Fully-Enclosed Beds
Cabanas are equipped with one or two large standard beds, each sealed within a rectangular mosquito net. Pillows and clean linens are provided, as well as extra blankets for the rare chilly night.
Modern Bathroom Facilities
Each cabana has its own private bathroom, equipped with a large sink, mirror, standard-flush toilet, and standing shower. Hot and cold running water is continuously available throughout the day. Fresh towels are supplied upon arrival, as well as soap and basic toiletries.
Furnished, Comfortable Rooms
Contained within each cabana are chairs and a table for private use by guests, as well as additional chairs and tables publicly available outside.
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