Tankah Bay - Vacation beach community, rental properties
Tankah Bay (Tankah Tres)
Tankah Bay ia a private beach front community between Akumal and Tulum. Here you'll find beach homes, palms, white sandy beach and great sea views. Tankah is just a few kilometers south of Bahia Soliman. Paraiso Tankah is on the long point that juts out into to sea separating the two in-cut bays of Soliman and Tankah. Tankah Bay, also known as Tankah Tres is an exceptionally large with an outer reef break to reduce the surf. Great kayaking here! And it is the home of the "Casa Cenote" restaurant, a local favorite for a cold one and a cheeseburger in paradise. Manatee cenote is a must see on Tankah Bay; a natural ribbon of emerald water that winds its way through the mangrove toward the sea. This is a good alternate snorkeling spot that also serves as a hunting grounds for any number of migratory birds like snowy egrets, ibis and herons.
All the rental homes on Tankah Bay and in Paraiso Tankah run on pole power from the local utility. Many have swimming pools, air conditioning and deluxe interiors, and all open to the beach. Paraiso Tankah is on the north end of the access road, just beyond the north point of Tankah Bay. If you love to see the raw power of the Caribbean Paraiso Tankah is a perfect spot to do it, and Tankah bay is just a couple minutes away..
The pueblo of Tulum and the Mayan ruins are 10 minutes away to the south with Akumal roughly 15 minutes to the north. Both Tulum and the Akumal area have telephones, money exchange, shopping and other restaurants. Tulum also has a major bus terminal.
So what do you do down there?...
Besides lounging in a hammock you can walk the beach, sunbathe, bird watch, some homes have sea kayaks, there's diving, gazing at the stars, or just do nothing at all! The location is also convenient to numerous day trip adventures along the coast like the Riviera Maya's cenote freshwater pools, Actun Chen cave, various eco-parks & attractions, Yal-ku lagoon in Akumal, numerous beaches and of course Mayan ruins. So what would you like to do?