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Our Menu with vegan options

Discover the traditional flavor of raw cacao and raw honey as the main ingredient of our 100% organic food and learn about our vegan food options.

Raw honey and Chocolate with organic or Vegan Food

Entrance to Cacao Sanctuary Raw Cacao History and Tasting Traditional Vegan or Organic meal Natural Soapmaking Class Melipona Bee Watching Swim in 2 Cenotes Lifejacket






Vegan Cauliflower ceviche top view

Cauliflower Ceviche

Potato Vegan Enchiladas top view

Vegan Potato Enchiladas

Vegan Sopes Top View

Vegan Sopes or Empanadas

Cacao Style Chicken with raw cacao and natural ingredients

Cacao Style Chicken

Potato Vegan Enchiladas top view

Honey Style Chicken

Natural cochinita pibil

Pork or Chicken Pibil Style

rustic bowl of black beans and organic rise top view


Natural Salad of chococacao top view


Fruits Dessert bowl top view


Hot Cakes top View


Season Fruits on bowl top view

Fruit plate

Bowl of yogurt with fruits

Yogurt with fruit

Eggs suny side up

Eggs as you like

Omelette top view


Hot Cakes top View

Yogurt with oats or granola

Natural Shots

raw honey beverage

Jaguar Soul Shot

Natural pineappple and jiger shot

Tulum's breeze Shot

Natural Jinger with orange beverage

Xibalba's strength Shot

Natural Jinger with grape shot beverage

Ixchel's kiss Shot

Natural Fruit Juices

natural beverage of beets, pineapple and ginger

the Mayan Warrior Blood Juice

Natural beverage of spinach, pineapple and orange

Aluxe's smile Juice

natural beverage of celery, apple ginger and turmeric

Kukulkan's breath Juice

Natural watermelon juice

Coba Release Juice

Organic Smoothies

Organit Smopthie os coconut juice with pineapple

Longevity of Akumal Smoothie

orgnic smoothie of cacao and raw hoyney

Chaac´s Power

How do you get to Chococacao Maya?

This historical place, Chococacao Maya, is located on the road that leads to Cobá, in the middle of the jungle, just a few minutes from the archaeological site and right next to the sacred Sacbe built by the ancient Mayans to connect Cobá with Chichén Itzá.

You can get to Chococacao Maya by yourself by renting a car or by boarding public transportation from the Tulum Downtowm.

Camping in Tulum and Coba, Folk Art and Culinary Center