Shambhala Vision has been written up numerous times, from the Peoples Whole Earth Travel Guide to Fromers Budget
Guide to Mexico. Many European tourist guides have also mentioned Shambhala as a hidden off beat resort.
One attraction to our ever popular beach are the many fabulous restaurants that line the beach.
We also have a clothing optional beach and Europeans love Zipolite for that very reason, of course you have to wear a bathing
suit to eat at any of the restaurants.
For the more adventurous there are many trails and roads from Shambhala leading to some very exciting places
like Playa Cameron (really a huge rocky cove) just behind our place. In fact if you climb up our
hill to the meditation point, you will have a spectacular vista of the deep blue pacific ocean with Zipolite's
famous Roca Blanca (white rock) in the distance and majestic Playa Cameron below the cliff. A
walk to the other end of Zipolite Beach will take you to Playa de Amor (beach of love) which is
another hidden cove but much smaller with a white sandy beach. Farther west of Zipolite (10 minutes by
taxi) you have a very long beach called Masunte (bathing suits required!) with a blow hole at the tip of the pinnensula.
Rock climbers will delight at the varitey of rock formations along the coast from Zipolite to Masunte.
Beyond Zipolite is Puerto Angel, a small fishing village with good hotels. You also have the town of Pochutla
where you can do your banking and shop for bargins at the Monday market. About 40 miles south of Pochutla you
have the Huatulco International Airport and 10 miles past that you have the modern (and expensive) resort of Hautulco.