Nothing compares to summer in the tropics, with exotic wildlife and flowering plants coming to life, which is why the summer value season is the owners of Casa Pericos favorite time of year in the remote fishing village of Yelapa, Mexico! A great time to get away, with a constant tropical 87 degrees vacation in the most spectacular guest house awaiting to escape the June gloom of the West Coast. While other guest houses around the bay bake in the afternoon sun, a cool fresh ocean breeze greets The Point, cooling Casa Pericos occupants most of the day. Our large jungle canopy provides shade in the afternoons, with ceiling fans for additional comfort. Isabel's Beach is only 150' from our front doors, and provides safe swimming and sunbathing, as well as shady areas for catching a siesta, or take the free kayaks for a paddle to the big beach for lunch or tropical cocktails in the sand. The ocean is like tepid bath water, and one can stay in for hours watching turtles, puffer fish and colorful tropical fish. The summer brings in millions of sardines, so the red snapper, tuna and dolphins follow, making it even more amazing snorkeling, and great eating! Grill up fresh snapper and tuna on our large stainless BBQ under the mango and avocado trees, or we can arrange for a private chef to come in and cook for you and your guests. Stroll up to the waterfall, just up the stream from the village, where a quaint restaurant sits next to the cascading falls, providing a cool refreshing mist. Spend the day hiking to the big waterfalls up river, or take a horseback ride into the jungle to the falls. Most days the sky is clear and sunny until siesta time, at around 3 pm, when the majestic thunderheads start building against the mountains and a dramatic lightning and thunder storm brings in refreshing rain. Lightning bugs and large luna butterflies come out after the rain, and are a sight to behold. So plan your summer getaway now at Summer Value Season prices and experience the beauty of nature in Yelapa... eco barefoot luxury at its best!

All photography provided by Thierry Douet